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Comments about the soundtrack for Shrek 2 (Harry Gregson-Williams)
Actually, Rabin's Deep Blue Sea is a rip off of Goldsmith's Deep Rising

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Actually, Rabin's Deep Blue Sea is a rip off of Goldsmith's Deep Rising   Monday, January 10, 2005 (7:23 a.m.) 

Although the tone and mood they are played for are different, note for note Deep Blue Sea is a rip-off of Deep Rising. Compare the theme is say, track 4 or 8 or 10 in Deep Rising, and compare that with track 1 of DBS.
it's nearly impossible to hum deep rising without carrying over to DBS or shrek

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Re: Actually, Rabin's Deep Blue Sea is a rip off of Goldsmith's Deep Rising   Monday, January 10, 2005 (10:51 a.m.) 

LOL

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I went and got the money, I got shot f*ckin pickin it up, I been on the road for ...   Wednesday, January 19, 2005 (1:08 p.m.) 

> LOL

Why is that funny. I know I'm being a very good Trevor Rabin apologist as I usually am, or is it the fact that I actually listened to those two scores more than anyone on Earth?

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