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Comments about the soundtrack for The Missing (James Horner)
This is some of the best action music...

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This is some of the best action music...   Monday, December 1, 2003 (6:40 p.m.) 

I went and saw the movie and really noticed the score in only one part, which is the "Rescue and Breakout" music.

Let me tell you! Don't miss out on this awesome action music and gorgeous theme- for only having about 3 or 4 actual noticeable themes and motifs (for certain characters) I would rate this score up there with Legends of the Fall!
Though the themes aren't quite as good, the action and rythmns are actually more interesting and awesomely presented!

I loved the bull roar thing and the chairs used as percussion - reminds me of rattling bones!

Please pick this one up!! Best action music since Fellowship of the Ring!!

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Re: This is some of the best action music...   Tuesday, December 2, 2003 (6:10 p.m.) 

The Long Ride Home is one of the best cues of 2003.

This score is very good, but it seems much more subdued in the film. You don't really notice the music except for the opening credits and the rescue scene. It seems like 75% of the score is underscore... but it's still very pleasant.

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Rescue and Breakout   Wednesday, December 3, 2003 (10:38 p.m.) 

> I went and saw the movie and really noticed the score in only one part,
> which is the "Rescue and Breakout" music.

Yes... I can (and have) listened to this track in particular repeatedly. I just can't get tired of it. That's something I look in "rating" the quality of the music--how easily tiresome it is... I agree in saying this score has some of the most interesting and exciting action music...well,...ever!

Tim

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Re: Rescue and Breakout   Thursday, December 11, 2003 (6:41 p.m.) 

> Yes... I can (and have) listened to this track in particular repeatedly. I
> just can't get tired of it. That's something I look in "rating"
> the quality of the music--how easily tiresome it is... I agree in saying
> this score has some of the most interesting and exciting action
> music...well,...ever!

Especially the last half of the track is breathtaking. This is the HORNER I LOVE!! I hope the boring Horner goes away...I think Horner's music will be more popular if he keeps up with the scope of this Album.

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