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Comments about the soundtrack for Predators (John Debney)
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I claim this comment in the name of a question!   Thursday, July 15, 2010 (8:02 a.m.) 

If Predators is a three star score, and Predator is a four star score, and the only complaint is really the mixing, which I think sounds find, light years ahead of Dan Walin, then why is it not up to par in quality?

I can understand the guitars as a complaint although they are not wailing like Trevor Rabin's score.



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Re: I claim this comment in the name of a question!   Thursday, July 15, 2010 (10:20 a.m.) 

> If Predators is a three star score, and Predator is a four star score, and
> the only complaint is really the mixing, which I think sounds find, light
> years ahead of Dan Walin, then why is it not up to par in quality?

> I can understand the guitars as a complaint although they are not wailing
> like Trevor Rabin's score.

Christian also mentioned the lack of development of any new ideas.


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