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Comments about the soundtrack for The Social Network (Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross)
At last an unconventional score

Chris Gouvelos
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At last an unconventional score   Sunday, December 26, 2010 (5:31 a.m.) 

I can't find the reason why you didn't like that score. As you can see, the previous years there is a plethora of scores that follow the typical recipe of strings and piano but always lacking a strong theme. At least Reznor and Ross created something completely different, certainly not boring and much more experimental. That's why they were chosen by Fincher...



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Re: At last an unconventional score   Tuesday, January 4, 2011 (1:47 a.m.) 

> I can't find the reason why you didn't like that score. As you can see,
> the previous years there is a plethora of scores that follow the typical
> recipe of strings and piano but always lacking a strong theme. At least
> Reznor and Ross created something completely different, certainly not
> boring and much more experimental. That's why they were chosen by
> Fincher...

I guess social network will take the oscar for music score this season.
It is kind of the same underdog in filmscore world as Gustavo Santaolala
with Babel and Brokeback who won both oscars. And it follows a bit
the oscar winner of 2009, the score of slumdog. so i think its a secure bet here.



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Re: At last an unconventional score   Tuesday, January 25, 2011 (1:19 p.m.) 

> I guess social network will take the oscar for music score this season.
> It is kind of the same underdog in filmscore world as Gustavo Santaolala
> with Babel and Brokeback who won both oscars. And it follows a bit
> the oscar winner of 2009, the score of slumdog. so i think its a secure
> bet here.

As I said.

it already won the globe. the oscar will follow....



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Re: At last an unconventional score   Monday, January 17, 2011 (12:55 p.m.) 

> I can't find the reason why you didn't like that score. As you can see,
> the previous years there is a plethora of scores that follow the typical
> recipe of strings and piano but always lacking a strong theme.

Like Avatar, and How to Train your Dragon, of course!



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Re: At last an unconventional score   Saturday, February 26, 2011 (11:32 a.m.) 

> I can't find the reason why you didn't like that score. As you can see,
> the previous years there is a plethora of scores that follow the typical
> recipe of strings and piano but always lacking a strong theme. At least
> Reznor and Ross created something completely different, certainly not
> boring and much more experimental. That's why they were chosen by
> Fincher...
What I find most amusing is that so many truly believe that music like this is unconventional, in much the same way Zimmer himself as well as his fans believe his music to somehow be bleeding edge and new. I've got news for you...


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