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I L-O-V-E this score
• Posted by: Sherlock   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, June 12, 2007, at 12:44 a.m.
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• Now Playing: The New World

I love this score so much that I even hum along when I am on the john. "All is Lost" is a fantastic track. Starting from 5:00, this track gives my ears multiple organsms. For those of you who knew this score, you understand what I mean. This score has such a good flow that you think all the tracks are linked together without a pause. The theme song to this soundtrack is just overwhelmingly emotional; Hayley Westenra has a marvelous voice. James Horner had chosen the right singer for this piece. Best work by James Horner in 2005. 5/5

Play this album when you are:
1. under stress
2. having trouble sleeping
3. having a rough day
4. on the john
5. having a romantic dinner with a special someone
6. doing artwork
7. having slow sex, or having erotic thoughts that relate to the deep forest
8. studying
9. reading
10. writing
11. having a wonderful day and would like to end it with a finale

The director is just an idiot who doesn't understand the true beauty of James Horner's work. No wonder the box office sucked for this film. BUT THIS SOUNDTRACK ALBUM IS A MUST-GET. It's worth every penny. Believe me.

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