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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (John Williams)
"grievous and the droids"

Sam
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Mister Frodo
"grievous and the droids"   Tuesday, September 26, 2006 (5:33 p.m.) 

hello everibody, havent you realized that the track called "grievous and the droids" has a lot in common with the older sequels? in a low phase you can hear the Star wars theme, and some music that reminds you the older sequels


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Mister Frodo
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Sam
Re: "grievous and the droids"   Friday, November 17, 2006 (10:05 p.m.) 

> hello everibody, havent you realized that the track called "grievous
> and the droids" has a lot in common with the older sequels? in a low
> phase you can hear the Star wars theme, and some music that reminds you
> the older sequels

Yeah, I had this odd feeling it sounded like the "Battle of Yavin" track from Episode 4 the first few times I listened to it. I also like how Williams put the main theme in it, but that part got ripped out of the film. Made me sad. Ah well. I also noticed that it has the motif from "Anakin's Dark Deeds" in it, at the beginning. That part got cut too. Finally, one of my favorite parts, the Force Theme at the end, also got the boot from the film. What is wrong with these people?! And why won't George Lucas release a full version of the Episode 2 and 3 soundtracks?! I don't care how much the original CD sets sold, just make collector's editions already! Maybe if they hadn't made the Ultimate Edition for Episode 1, things would have been different.

Okay, I'm out.


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