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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (Leonard Rosenman)
Is it really THAT bad?

Rick
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Is it really THAT bad?   Thursday, March 1, 2012 (4:13 p.m.) 
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"The irritatingly upbeat composition may not be inferior in and of itself, but rather it is a poor fit for any "Star Trek" film, regardless of the comedy elements."

So, after reading this surprisingly scathing review- I just gotta ask- is it really total poop, or does it just offend your STAR TREK sensibilities?
I tend to listen to most film scores as stand-alone music (and most of my recent favorites are from films I have no intention of seeing).
So- is it good light-hearted fare for a Saturday afternoon, that just didn't match the movie and legacy- or is it truly just an expensive coaster? I ask because the Intrada package is kind of tempting.



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Ed
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  In Response to:
Rick
Re: Is it really THAT bad?   Saturday, December 31, 2016 (10:02 a.m.) 
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> 'The irritatingly upbeat composition may not be inferior in and of itself,
> but rather it is a poor fit for any 'Star Trek' film, regardless of the
> comedy elements.'

> So, after reading this surprisingly scathing review- I just gotta ask- is
> it really total poop, or does it just offend your STAR TREK sensibilities?
> I tend to listen to most film scores as stand-alone music (and most of my
> recent favorites are from films I have no intention of seeing).
> So- is it good light-hearted fare for a Saturday afternoon, that just
> didn't match the movie and legacy- or is it truly just an expensive
> coaster? I ask because the Intrada package is kind of tempting.

The album is worth it! Pick it up smile



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