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Marcelo M
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This is Shocking   Wednesday, May 18, 2011 (6:55 p.m.) 
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An excerpt from C.C.'s review...

"This coming from a man who thought that The Social Network had a tremendously positive impact on film music and cannot speak any more highly of Trent Reznor's compositional prowess."

This is the first time I'm hearing about Zimmer's opinion on the Social Network Soundtrack. That is just scary. The most influential film music composer in the world thinks that arguably the biggest piece of trash from last year was a "positive impact".

May God have Mercy on our Film Music Loving Souls.



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Marcelo M
Re: This is Shocking   Wednesday, May 18, 2011 (7:42 p.m.) 

> An excerpt from C.C.'s review...

> "This coming from a man who thought that The Social Network had a
> tremendously positive impact on film music and cannot speak any more
> highly of Trent Reznor's compositional prowess."

> This is the first time I'm hearing about Zimmer's opinion on the Social
> Network Soundtrack. That is just scary. The most influential film music
> composer in the world thinks that arguably the biggest piece of trash from
> last year was a "positive impact".

> May God have Mercy on our Film Music Loving Souls.

Zimmer comes across like a really nice guy, but he says some of the dumbest things imaginable. It's fitting that the POTC4 and Social Network albums both got deserved FRISBEE ratings at Filmtracks.



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Marcelo M
Re: This is Shocking   Wednesday, May 18, 2011 (8:34 p.m.) 

I'm not surprised about Christian's review.


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