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Comments about the soundtrack for Red Planet (Graeme Revell)

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Revell is at his best
• Posted by: Don Smith
• Date: Thursday, March 1, 2001, at 2:54 p.m.
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Greame Revell, who has brought out such scores like The Crow and The Saint, has produced an amazing score full of wonder and excitment. The songs lack susbstance and I avoid them when I listen to the album. I've never herd a score like this before, Mr. Revell usues great electronica elements while combining outstanding opra solos and beautiful vocals to make a SC-FI score that stands out as one of a kind. I haven't seen the movie just yet, but judging from the music, I bet it's a great flick (then again, Revell's score for the second Crow movie was great and the movie sucked). Mr. Revell is still one of the best composers working today.

To the reviewer of Filmtracks---Why haven't you reviewed the Crow scores? While Marco Beltrami's score isn't the best score he had written, The Crow scores for the other movies, composed by Mr. Revell is amazing. I really would like to see your opinions on the scores. DM:)

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