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Good score, but overrated!
• Posted by: Zed
• Date: Monday, February 6, 2006, at 9:06 p.m.
• IP Address: 203.14.53.15

Hey guys and girls, well this score is an enjoyable listen but not a four star. At least williams can write interesting sub themes and have so much feeling in his music, but I think Williams was trying a zimmer style of vocal and soft tribal rythms here . But thats cool with me haha. If you havent noticed in the past Williams has wripped off a few other scores like Crouching tiger, which he tried to emmulate for the score for Episode 2. But these cases are of a credit to Williams for aknowledging the fact to further your abilities you have to be inspired and interested in other styles of composing a film. He is a master of film scoring and can't wait to hear his 2006 scores. P.S. an underrated score by Williams is Hook. I think it's one of his best scores he's ever written to this date. Go back to it and give a full couple of listens...I'm sure you will agree. Seeya




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       Zed - Monday, February 6, 2006, at 9:06 p.m.


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