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Comments about the soundtrack for Red Planet (Graeme Revell)
Filmtracks audio samples are too short

baz
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Christian Clemmensen
Filmtracks audio samples are too short   Thursday, December 20, 2001 (7:44 a.m.) 

like the majority of these sites the sound clips are far too short to get an appreciation of what the track is like. With many intros these day taking more than a minute to develop into the actual theme it would be better to sample a passage from the middle or where the most representative music lies. How else can a meaningful feeling of the track be gained if one is intending to purchase the album? I would presume that these 'teasers' are released by the record companies for promotional purposes but they are doing themselves a serious disservice by cutting clips so short.

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baz
Re: Filmtracks audio samples are too short   Monday, December 31, 2001 (8:19 a.m.) 

> like the majority of these sites the sound clips are far too short to get
> an appreciation of what the track is like. With many intros these day
> taking more than a minute to develop into the actual theme it would be
> better to sample a passage from the middle or where the most
> representative music lies. How else can a meaningful feeling of the track
> be gained if one is intending to purchase the album? I would presume that
> these 'teasers' are released by the record companies for promotional
> purposes but they are doing themselves a serious disservice by cutting
> clips so short.

The clips are not legally allowed to be any longer.

Christian Clemmensen
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