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Red Planet CD leaves out the best music

JC Gardner
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Steakslim
Red Planet CD leaves out the best music   Monday, March 12, 2001 (4:32 a.m.) 

I saw this movie not long ago and I was amazed by the mix of uplifting orchestral and simply mysterious synthesizer work. I bought the cd immediately expecting to hear the trumpet based pieces along with the other beautiful orchestral music and to my surprise a was rewarded with a cd jammed with unappealing songs and synth work. I was truly disappointed. True, the cd is original and I even like the opera songs, but the release would have been so much more if they added more orchestral and left the dreary synthesizers out.

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Re: Red Planet CD leaves out the best music   Tuesday, June 18, 2002 (1:16 p.m.) 

I agree, there was so much they could of added. Sure I like Emma Shaplin and the rest, but there was so much the left out I.E. the music twards the end when Carry Ann Moss' character had to go out and catch Val Kilmer's space pod which he launched from Mars in, that music was great, I wish I new who composed it or what it is called.


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Re: Red Planet CD leaves out the best music   Wednesday, June 19, 2002 (5:29 p.m.) 

> I agree, there was so much they could of added. Sure I like Emma Shaplin
> and the rest, but there was so much the left out I.E. the music twards the
> end when Carry Ann Moss' character had to go out and catch Val Kilmer's
> space pod which he launched from Mars in, that music was great, I wish I
> new who composed it or what it is called.

Ahh yeah! I've been searching for that song for about a year now. If you ever find out what it is, please email me!

mabuie@mindspring.com

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Re: Red Planet CD leaves out the best music   Sunday, September 8, 2002 (8:17 p.m.) 

> Ahh yeah! I've been searching for that song for about a year now. If you
> ever find out what it is, please email me!

> mabuie@mindspring.com

I'll do that If I ever find it.


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