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Comments about the soundtrack for The Number 23 (Harry Gregson-Williams)

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• Posted by: CS_TBL
• Date: Sunday, March 4, 2007, at 2:11 p.m.
• IP Address: ip565e584e.direct-adsl.nl
• Now Playing: The Number 23

It's in the same league as Horner's The Forgotten (which also got a ** rank) So much even that I actually think the 'Also see' should include The Forgotten, it's the best reference I can think of.

I enjoyed this score more than the Oscar nominees of 2006 (tho that can't hardly be a miracle) Soundwise it's a bit of a mix between Horner, HGW and Vangelis even. It's excellent music to play in the background during work or the odd daydreaming.

It's certainly interesting, but it's prolly not for the conservative OST people.






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