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Comments about the soundtrack for Spider-Man 2 (Danny Elfman)
one big mistake on this cd

Jonathan B. (from Mexico City)
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hewhomustnotbenamed
one big mistake on this cd   Monday, September 19, 2005 (10:02 a.m.) 

The great mistake that was made in this cd edition is that the producer (Danny Elfman) forgotten or jus didnęt want to include the cue for the laboratory scene where Oto Octavius lost his wife and get electrified. This cue is basically played whit a female chour. It`s a wonderfull an d a original cue that it had to be included in the score cd.

Any of you know what happen to this lost cue in the soundtrack an where I can find it?

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Jonathan B. (from Mexico City)
Re: one big mistake on this cd   Sunday, November 27, 2011 (4:48 a.m.) 

> The great mistake that was made in this cd edition is that the producer
> (Danny Elfman) forgotten or jus didnęt want to include the cue for the
> laboratory scene where Oto Octavius lost his wife and get electrified.
> This cue is basically played whit a female chour. It`s a wonderfull an d a
> original cue that it had to be included in the score cd.

> Any of you know what happen to this lost cue in the soundtrack an where I
> can find it?

Though this question is years old and probably already answered, Danny Elfman didn't compose that; Christopher Young did.


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