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Comments about the soundtrack for National Treasure (Trevor Rabin)

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Trevor, come on man!!!
• Posted by: Trevor   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, August 26, 2006, at 11:27 p.m.
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• Now Playing: Part Five of the Music to Iris, by James Horner

As an inspiring to be film composer, Trevor Rabin needs to represent the name Trevor a little better. I am sure Rabin, seeing how he was in a rock band, had a lot of fun scoring for the film with the guitars and and the other strings; but to some credit, its not all Rabin's fault. Jerry Bruckheimer is fascinated with guitars and probably wanted Rabin to score the film that way. In any case, it seems as though there was not much effort being put into the music!

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