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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
• Posted by: Chisa
• Date: Thursday, March 4, 2004, at 4:43 a.m.
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• In Response to: Live's song on the TMR soundtrack (meltdown)

Hey, If this Song would not have been in the score, I would never knew my favorite band! I love this song!! After the Score i bought the V album by Live and couldn't stop listening. Now, two (or three years) later I have all albums and went to their >European tour with Bon Jovi ( don't tell my - I was just there for Live! ) when they visited my state ( Thuringia/Germany).
Live is not that famous in Germany...unfortunately. Every time I'm talking about Live, the response is always: Which band do you like listening to live?
^-^ So, without the movie and the score, which was really great, I would have lost a lot. And in my oppinion the Song really goes well with the movie ( the text: forever may not be long enough - hey, Imothep loved Anck su anum all this years!the music: kind of arabic elements in there, why not? And why is there a problem because it's rock? It's not fitting the time?? Hey anyone tell me please why's there a mummy in the 30s!! ^-^ ) And common, It's in the end, not even in the movie! Who cares? Some people maybe never watched/or listened to the credits...
Have a nice day! Chisa

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