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And in Addition to previous comment   Sunday, July 14, 2002 (2:33 p.m.) 

Howard Shore I think did a pretty good job with LOTR score. At first I didn't like that score very much, I still think it's not a 5 star score. But Shore did what I missed in Williams' music. Every cue is filled with notes and harmonies and good ones. The only missing thing is a title theme and a long story-telling track but it has a new sound, new mood. I hope Two Towers and Return Of The King scores will feature longer and stronger action cues and some new themes.

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Levente Benedek
Why u say that?   Wednesday, July 17, 2002 (2:40 a.m.) 

> Howard Shore I think did a pretty good job with LOTR score. At first I
> didn't like that score very much, I still think it's not a 5 star score.
> But Shore did what I missed in Williams' music. Every cue is filled with
> notes and harmonies and good ones. The only missing thing is a title theme
> and a long story-telling track but it has a new sound, new mood. I hope
> Two Towers and Return Of The King scores will feature longer and stronger
> action cues and some new themes.

I think he should be given 6 stars for this score.

He is the king and better than Hans


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Yue Hong
Re: Why u say that?   Monday, October 21, 2002 (6:04 a.m.) 

That is a good one.

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Sean Raduechel
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iBug
Complete Score Release   Thursday, August 1, 2002 (3:41 p.m.) 

> Howard Shore I think did a pretty good job with LOTR score. At first I
> didn't like that score very much, I still think it's not a 5 star score.
> But Shore did what I missed in Williams' music. Every cue is filled with
> notes and harmonies and good ones. The only missing thing is a title theme
> and a long story-telling track but it has a new sound, new mood. I hope
> Two Towers and Return Of The King scores will feature longer and stronger
> action cues and some new themes.

Wait until after the three are released on DVD. Shore is planning on releasing the full soundtracks after that for all three. Maybe with those you may notice the longer and stronger themes. The original CD releases just don't do the score justice.

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