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Comments about the soundtrack for The Mummy Returns (Alan Silvestri)
Better than Indiana Jones!

Levente Benedek
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Nate Jackson
Better than Indiana Jones!   Thursday, May 24, 2001 (10:28 a.m.) 

The Mummy Returns has the best action theme, so far of the 2001's. I didn't liked Alan Silvestri before, but now, he is one of my best composer. Of course there are some disadvanteg on the album. The horror cues are the worst. That's why I like much better Goldsmith score for the first film. He is a professional in horror films. And the African style music, which is wery short in The Mummy Returns.
question: can anyone tell me which score is heard in the trailer (both please).


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Re: Better than Indiana Jones!   Friday, May 25, 2001 (4:06 a.m.) 

> The Mummy Returns has the best action theme, so far of the 2001's. I
> didn't liked Alan Silvestri before, but now, he is one of my best
> composer. Of course there are some disadvanteg on the album. The horror
> cues are the worst. That's why I like much better Goldsmith score for the
> first film. He is a professional in horror films. And the African style
> music, which is wery short in The Mummy Returns.
question: can anyone
> tell me which score is heard in the trailer (both please).
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The music you hear on the trailer is from John Debney's Cutthroat Island.


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Re: Better than Indiana Jones!   Thursday, May 31, 2001 (5:12 a.m.) 

>The music you hear on the trailer is
> from John Debney's Cutthroat Island.

Which is an even better score then The Mummy Returns.


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Nate Jackson
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Re: Better than Indiana Jones!   Tuesday, May 29, 2001 (8:52 p.m.) 

> The Mummy Returns has the best action theme, so far of the 2001's. I
> didn't liked Alan Silvestri before, but now, he is one of my best
> composer. Of course there are some disadvanteg on the album. The horror
> cues are the worst. That's why I like much better Goldsmith score for the
> first film. He is a professional in horror films. And the African style
> music, which is wery short in The Mummy Returns.
question: can anyone
> tell me which score is heard in the trailer (both please).

Even though you did not relate your title to your review, I must firmly disagree with your title. AND TITLE ONLY! I agree with you saying it was the best action theme this year, but John Williams"The Composer ofIdiana Jones" is a true veteran in this field of work. Silvestri, having done a good job on this movie, is still a young novice composer compared to the magical workings of our beloved John Williams.

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