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Comments about the soundtrack for Planet of the Apes (Danny Elfman)
Familiarities

David Pintado
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TheInfection
Familiarities   Saturday, July 28, 2001 (7:29 p.m.) 

Wow.
(So, after the initial shock phase, we move into a more appropriate form of commenting)

So, did anyone else think that parts of this sounded eerily reminiscent of Army of Darkness? It was like the March of the Undead, with an 'ape like' overtone! Loved it! Another thing is how I like how Elfman's sci-fi scores are including more of this electronic sound to it. Like Men in Black, the main title for this score reflects a lot of the electronic sounds he uses, which I think perfectly compliments Elfman's style. I don't own this one yet, but it will of course be another Elfman selection in the library. I think it will be another one of Elfman's overlooked goodies, like MIB. Every time I mention the MIB music, all I get talk about is Will Smith! Boo!


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TheInfection
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David Pintado
Re: Familiarities   Friday, August 24, 2001 (1:04 a.m.) 

> So, did anyone else think that parts of this sounded eerily reminiscent of
> Army of Darkness? It was like the March of the Undead, with an 'ape like'
> overtone!

Yeah, I quess. But at somepoint there is a brass theme wich remind me of the score of Sleepy Hollow, altough it isn't fully played. Just the beginning appears.

> Another thing is how I like how Elfman's sci-fi scores
> are including more of this electronic sound to it. Like Men in Black, the
> main title for this score reflects a lot of the electronic sounds he uses,
> which I think perfectly compliments Elfman's style.

I noticed that to. I haven't hear him to use electorics yet. Sometimes the style is turning more to the Hans Zimmer like. Not that I complain.

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