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Comments about the soundtrack for Pirates of the Caribbean (Klaus Badelt and co.)

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What an a$$!
• Posted by: LightningB   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, July 26, 2014, at 4:12 p.m.
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This is what keeps Filmtracks from being a superb site: The reviews ends with "This music is a socio-political disaster for the film music community equivalent to what Wal-Mart is to the world at large."

He can't keep his stupid, pithy comments away. Just review the music and only the music. It's nauseating how much political\sociological\religious crap makes it's way onto this site when it has nothing do with anything here. Just like his last line of this review. There is no need or purpose to add that. I don't care that you're a liberal atheist (just like I wouldn't care if he were a conservative God-fearer), this site has nothing to do with that! Keep the immature comments out.

If you feel the need, start another site for social commentary. This site should be ONLY about film music. At least you give the impression of that being the purpose.

And save the presidential endorsement commentary. First of all, furthest thing from a shocker who you endorse (I'll save everyone from suspense, he's endorsing Hillary in 2016). Second, why should we care who you endorse? Seriously, why?! Keep it about the music. I know, interesting concept. Dwell on it.

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