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Comments about the soundtrack for Poseidon (Klaus Badelt)
This man stole from Neal Acree!!!!!

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This man stole from Neal Acree!!!!!   Saturday, October 7, 2006 (11:37 p.m.) 

Is it me or does the last half of the beginning theme sound like Neal Acree's theme for the TV film Lost treasure? Even the general score sounds similar to the works of the underrated Neal Acree. I must presume they both work for Media Ventures!


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Re: This man stole from Neal Acree!!!!!   Sunday, December 10, 2006 (5:18 p.m.) 

> Is it me or does the last half of the beginning theme sound like Neal
> Acree's theme for the TV film Lost treasure? Even the general score sounds
> similar to the works of the underrated Neal Acree. I must presume they
> both work for Media Ventures!

Actually, Neal has nothing to do with Media Ventures, he's his own composer, independent and working out his home studio. Very talented guy though, I agree that he's underrated. I would love to have heard what Neal would have come up with for Poseidon - I'm sure it would have been much better than Badelt's disappointment.


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Re: This man stole from Neal Acree!!!!!   Wednesday, January 17, 2007 (7:00 p.m.) 

> Actually, Neal has nothing to do with Media Ventures, he's his own
> composer, independent and working out his home studio. Very talented guy
> though, I agree that he's underrated. I would love to have heard what Neal
> would have come up with for Poseidon - I'm sure it would have been much
> better than Badelt's disappointment.

I Also wonder what It would have been like to have had neal Acree do the score
I bet It would have more Gusto than Badelt's His score wasnt horible though Just not what I expected.



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