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Comments about the soundtrack for The 6th Day (Trevor Rabin)
It is a great album.

Levente Benedek
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Odd Magne Granli
It is a great album.   Tuesday, May 20, 2003 (4:04 a.m.) 

I don't know where is the problem on this album. All the themes are good, and not to mention Adam's Theme which I think is far one of the best theme ever writen. Also Adam Goes Home is superb. I think the main problem is, which is why Clemensen didn't liked this score, there is a very small, and I mean it, orchestra. So what? No orchestra means bad score? Why people don't understand that the Williams style "great" orchestras doesn't need all the time.

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Re: It is a great album.   Saturday, August 30, 2003 (2:21 p.m.) 

You're absolutely right. MUCH much better than Rabin's THE ONE, which got 3 stars (I believe) from this very website. It's much more thematic and has a lot less guitar/electronic noises than THE ONE or GONE IN 60 SECONDS.

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Re: It is a great album.   Saturday, December 6, 2003 (9:05 p.m.) 

> You're absolutely right. MUCH much better than Rabin's THE ONE, which got
> 3 stars (I believe) from this very website. It's much more thematic and
> has a lot less guitar/electronic noises than THE ONE or GONE IN 60
> SECONDS.

Yes, I agree, this score is much superior to the one so its a shame that it receives a poorer rating. While no classic, I think this is a fun little score. It veers towards chees in places but the opener is very rich exciting and I enjoy the way the score sounds almost retro, like it was written for an '80s Schwarzenegger flick. The 6th day is somewhat of a throwback to that action era which I dont think is neccesarily a bad thing.

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Re: It is a great album.   Saturday, May 1, 2004 (7:04 a.m.) 

> I don't know where is the problem on this album. All the themes are good,
> and not to mention Adam's Theme which I think is far one of the best theme
> ever writen. Also Adam Goes Home is superb. I think the main problem is,
> which is why Clemensen didn't liked this score, there is a very small, and
> I mean it, orchestra. So what? No orchestra means bad score? Why people
> don't understand that the Williams style "great" orchestras
> doesn't need all the time.

I like it too Adam`s Theme is awesome, reminds me of Armageddon, which I also loved. I dont understand why scores like this, and electronic, synthesized scores are always so bashed. For me, they are really awesome.


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