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JUST AWESOME!!! very short great theme in it!!

Randall Martin
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JUST AWESOME!!! very short great theme in it!!   Tuesday, July 1, 2003 (6:57 a.m.) 

This score is all the way awesome. I'm listening to it everyday since i got it. I cant stand it, The Energy just riping me off. I cant wait to see the movie. The main theme is great in all styles and modifications during all score. I noticed a very short theme in the middle of the track that is very very very great but it is not used later in the music, It is so great that they can build whole score on it.

The Track 17. Rescue! from 1:08 - 1:15
The whole track is so dynamic that you can almost fly!!! and this few seconds are FINAL!! Its pitty that this little theme is so short, He could develope it a little bit more. Maybe in some Bootleg it will be more !! I hope.


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I Couldn't Agree With You More   Wednesday, July 2, 2003 (10:51 p.m.) 

I see what you mean, it really is a good track all 2:20 of it! the part you're referring to is like the climactic musical point, very inspirational, I love the main theme, it's like a more whimsical blend of the Cutthroat Island/The Mummy Returns themes. Other highly reccomended tracks are "Building the Crate" (Chicken Run), "The Big Shoe" (Antz), "The Mall Chase" (Evolution), "Escape From the Dragon", "Ride the Dragon" (Shrek), "Wonders of the New World" (The Road to El Dorado, trust me when I say that these tracks seriously ROCK!

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Re: I Couldn't Agree With You More - No questions about it   Sunday, July 6, 2003 (11:51 p.m.) 

You just named my personal best tracks from Powell/gregson team
plus Zimmers ElDorado. These tracks really ROCK!!! I just love it so much i can almost fly!!! I'm so crazy obout it !!! We should have some fan club of crazy Adventure, action music freaks !!!

> it's like a more whimsical blend of
> the Cutthroat Island/The Mummy Returns themes. Other highly reccomended
> tracks are "Building the Crate" (Chicken Run), "The Big
> Shoe" (Antz), "The Mall Chase" (Evolution), "Escape
> From the Dragon", "Ride the Dragon" (Shrek), "Wonders
> of the New World" (The Road to El Dorado, trust me when I say that
> these tracks seriously ROCK!


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Re: I Couldn't Agree With You More   Monday, October 6, 2003 (8:17 a.m.) 

Great post! Thanks for the info/recommendations! I love that Chicken Run track! Who knew the kazoo could be so cool?! I love exclamation points!

> I see what you mean, it really is a good track all 2:20 of it! the part
> you're referring to is like the climactic musical point, very
> inspirational, I love the main theme, it's like a more whimsical blend of
> the Cutthroat Island/The Mummy Returns themes. Other highly reccomended
> tracks are "Building the Crate" (Chicken Run), "The Big
> Shoe" (Antz), "The Mall Chase" (Evolution), "Escape
> From the Dragon", "Ride the Dragon" (Shrek), "Wonders
> of the New World" (The Road to El Dorado, trust me when I say that
> these tracks seriously ROCK!


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Re: Indeed...   Saturday, July 5, 2003 (5:18 p.m.) 

> The Track 17. Rescue! from 1:08 - 1:15
The whole track is so dynamic
> that you can almost fly!!! and this few seconds are FINAL!! Its pitty that
> this little theme is so short, He could develope it a little bit more.
> Maybe in some Bootleg it will be more !! I hope.

I dough there's gonna be a bootleg, what you get in on the score is what you get in the film apart from about 1 to 2 minutes of new material.
You see this score is as complete as it can almost get. Had the end credits in there which as a new theme if I remember correctly from the movie and on short cue "very good I might had" of the secondary theme performed with what seems to be an harp. It's a shame this one bit is not on the score..

But I don't think we will ever get a bootleg of this.

I have to thank the good people at Dreamworks for the fine almost complete score they gave us

Daren


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