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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mummy Returns (Alan Silvestri)

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Re: Live's song on the TMR soundtrack
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• Posted by: Josh   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, May 6, 2001, at 8:22 p.m.
• IP Address: nat211.170.mpoweredpc.net
• In Response to: Live's song on the TMR soundtrack (meltdown)

> Obviously the person who reviewed the soundtrack for "The Mummy
> Returns" has no concept as to what good "rock" music is.
> Live is one the most durable and respected rock bands around today.
> Granted their track on the album is very commercial, but it still has a
> great feel to it. I think instead of bringing down the album, it's meant
> to attract a younger audience. Whereas the orchestra pieces are meant to
> attract an older audience. So, to the so called music expert who wrote
> this review, if want to pick on a modern rock band, write about Limp
> Bizkit or something. They deseve it!

Please, I hardly think "younger" consumers are going to buy an orchestral score for one song.

Considering the average age of visitors to this site, it is frankly ridiculous to suggest that "orchestra pieces are meant to attract an older audience."

Josh



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