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Re: Isn't four stars considered good?
• Posted by: Mark
• Date: Thursday, May 27, 2004, at 12:20 p.m.
• IP Address: 165.134.195.24
• In Response to: Re: Isn't four stars considered good? (Ed)

> U dim-witted schlong. How the hell could a 5 star review be unfair??
> Christian is a quality reviewer - look how many bloody scores he's done!!
> And you can get all 'hot-under-the-collar' about an article, that doesnt
> suit YOUR tastes??

> Learn to be a bit more acceptable pal.

Thanks for the intelligent comments, Ed.

I don't really care that much about what star rating he gives it. I was simply restating what a bunch of other people had already said. Also, I don't think I am getting all "hot under the collar" about the review, but I will tell you why I don't like it.

I read these reviews to get an idea for what kind of soundtrack it is. Sometimes he writes good reviews. Whether or not you agree with the "Pirates of the Carribean" review, It does give a good idea of what type of music to expect. Here, however, he complains about how it doesn't include enough of William's older Harry Potter themes (which he complained about in the first place). Than he goes on to talk about how half of the new themes don't meet his expectations, and he leaves it at that. He never describes "Hagrid the Professor" other than being "out of character." I, personally disagree with that, but it's just a matter of opinion.

Lastly, and this has already been said several times, is Christian's comment about "Window to the Past" as the primary identity for "Azkaban." "Double Trouble" appears in twice as many tracks as "Window to the Past." It was also the only new song to appear in any of the trailers, and it appeared in every one of them. I would like to hear why Christian thinks "Window" is the main theme (another important point he fails to support).




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