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Comments about the soundtrack for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (Michael Kamen)
WTF?

Mefisto
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Frank Rizzo
WTF?   Thursday, November 13, 2008 (6:44 a.m.) 

I'm really enjoying reading reviews on this site, and mostly I agree on what You're writing here and with the notes as well. But this is the first time I really have to say that your review of Robin Hood is one big bull[bleep!] and when you're writing a sentence like "The performance by "The Greater Los Angeles Orchestra" is punctuated by several heinous errors in the brass section, and the ensemble is muddied by an extremely dull recording mix. It cannot compete at any level with the vitality of Willow or John Debney's later Cutthroat Island." it sounds like You've never even heard one cue from this album. I really hope that someday you'll menage to write an expanded review, because this is one of the best Kamen's work and the music here it's just superb.


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Edmund Meinerts
Re: WTF?   Thursday, September 17, 2009 (6:45 p.m.) 

> I'm really enjoying reading reviews on this site, and mostly I agree on
> what You're writing here and with the notes as well. But this is the first
> time I really have to say that your review of Robin Hood is one big
> bull[bleep!] and when you're writing a sentence like "The performance
> by "The Greater Los Angeles Orchestra" is punctuated by several
> heinous errors in the brass section, and the ensemble is muddied by an
> extremely dull recording mix. It cannot compete at any level with the
> vitality of Willow or John Debney's later Cutthroat Island." it
> sounds like You've never even heard one cue from this album. I really hope
> that someday you'll menage to write an expanded review, because this is
> one of the best Kamen's work and the music here it's just superb.

I completely agree. The reviewer needs to remove their head from their ass. Great Kamen score and great performance. Clean the dog [bleep!] out of your ears if you can't hear the clarity of the recording. First visit to filmtracks in a long time, and this time will be my last.



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mxwll
Re: WTF?   Sunday, May 23, 2010 (1:34 p.m.) 

> I completely agree. The reviewer needs to remove their head from their
> ass. Great Kamen score and great performance. Clean the dog [bleep!] out
> of your ears if you can't hear the clarity of the recording. First visit
> to filmtracks in a long time, and this time will be my last.

Good, I won't be missing you.


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Edmund Meinerts
Re: WTF?   Friday, September 30, 2011 (10:09 a.m.) 

> Good, I won't be missing you.

Imbicile! I agree, the reviewer is a know nothing crank. you too moron



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