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Re: I've never read that much BS in one minute
• Posted by: G.K.
• Date: Wednesday, July 18, 2007, at 10:01 a.m.
• IP Address: pd9e5fce9.dip.t-dialin.net
• In Response to: Re: I've never read that much BS in one minute (Sam)

> There's something very wrong psychologically with someone who gets that
> angry and verbally abusive over how others judge a composer's musical
> style. There are many more important issues in the world to be angry
> about.

Of course, from the two of us, shaadp and myself, I'm the one with the psychological defect ...

Did you read his post? You think he judges Hans Zimmer's style? He doesn't judge anything, let alone try to make some good points.
His point goes like "F*** you, Zimmer makes the most money, so he's the best".
The word here is care. You may not be bothered by those so-called fans pushing the scores that come from one man's mind and one man's hand into the last corners of a record store, but I do.
And if trying to preserve film music as a highly refined form of art is now considered "psychologically wrong", then there's indeed no need to fight anymore.

Everyone is entitled to post their opinion, but I don't have to value it.




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