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Comments about the soundtrack for The Omen: The Essential Jerry Goldsmith Collection

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It is worth to get all Omen albums and the Masada album
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• Posted by: Sheridan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, August 26, 2006, at 5:41 a.m.
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The Omen albums are full of elementary evil choirs,menacing,haunting,suspense-
ful,omenous,frightening and scary music,some otherwordly music to illustrate the supernatural powers,and powerful,bombastic,dissonant and elementary evil choirs to reflect to the power of evil and to the hopelessness,shock,terror,despair and fears of mortal people.The music gets more and more powerful as the power of evil grows and the final battle between good and evil approaches.The Masada album contain pompous and glorious march themes to illustrate the processing Romans in Judea,and there are also dramatic and sad music which reflect to the hopelessness,despair and terror of the inhabitants of Judea.There are some music which use both type of music,and also reflect to the beauty of the landscape which is in contrast to the actions of humans.This type of music is dramatic,
sad,glorious,pompous and soft and gentle at the same time.

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