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Comments about the soundtrack for Spy Game (Harry Gregson-Williams)

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Re: Because nobody cares!
• Posted by: CS^TBL
• Date: Wednesday, September 1, 2004, at 2:43 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Because nobody cares! (Treize Armistedian)

> It's not on here because it is a video game soundtrack and not a film
> soundtrack. Simple as that.

...but the target-public is the same .. what if John Williams did a videogame with Hook-style/Potter-style/CE3k-style/ET-style (e.g. 'good') music .. wouldn't that game appeal to all (film-)soundtrack listeners as well as 'real' filmmusic?

And besides, not all filmtracks reviews are actual movies .. sometimes a TV production slips through, as well as concerts or collections of non-movie music.. think 'Call of the Champions' by Williams..

btw, about MGS2 ... not bad .. but I heard complaints from oldskool gamers that *because* it was so movie-esque, that it ruined the actual game But then again, those oldskool ppl -including me- are Metal Gear veterans from the computer system where the serie began.. the roots of Metal Gear: the MSX2 !

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