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Comments about the soundtrack for Tears of the Sun (Hans Zimmer)
I am glad...

Chandler
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byro
I am glad...   Wednesday, April 30, 2003 (5:09 a.m.) 

I am glad that Hans Zimmer is finally fading away (as they put in the review) to oblivion, which is by all means the place he and his followers bellong.

Less and less he is composing these days and the few scores he is doing are only for awful pro-war ropaganda movies (the kind of films no one is interested in seing now), thanks god.

Bye bye to Zimmer and to his toylet-down career.

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byro
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Defrère Jérémy
Re: I am glad...   Wednesday, April 30, 2003 (2:45 p.m.) 

> I am glad that Hans Zimmer is finally fading away (as they put in the
> review) to oblivion, which is by all means the place he and his followers
> bellong.

> Less and less he is composing these days and the few scores he is doing
> are only for awful pro-war ropaganda movies (the kind of films no one is
> interested in seing now), thanks god.

> Bye bye to Zimmer and to his toylet-down career.

There is, amazingly, a pinch of validity in that childish statement. yes, Zimmer is jumping aboard some rather duff, mainstream movies at the moment, and I long for more rain mans, crimson tides, thelma and louises and driving miss daisys. He needs to focus more on melodic, structured music.

However, your "go to hell" attitude is not welcome, and therefore it is I who have just made the decent arguement for you, and you on the other hand have just behaved like an angry little nerd. So be quiet and learn to speak at least like a half-educated ape.


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Defrère Jérémy
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byro

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Chris
Re: I am glad...   Wednesday, May 7, 2003 (3:04 a.m.) 

> There is, amazingly, a pinch of validity in that childish statement. yes,
> Zimmer is jumping aboard some rather duff, mainstream movies at the
> moment, and I long for more rain mans, crimson tides, thelma and louises
> and driving miss daisys. He needs to focus more on melodic, structured
> music.

> However, your "go to hell" attitude is not welcome, and
> therefore it is I who have just made the decent arguement for you, and you
> on the other hand have just behaved like an angry little nerd. So be quiet
> and learn to speak at least like a half-educated ape.

Byro, your response is what I'd myself call as ONE HELL OF A KICK IN CHANDLER'S NUTS !!!

Seriously, I'm more than sick of those Gods-wannabes pretending they know for sure what kind of music is best for us, do not impose us your way of thinking, we don't need it, we're all big boys now, you know, we can judge all that by ourselves, we don't need anyone's help for that kind of things ; and as far as I know, we are still the ones able to decide what's good for us or not !!! It takes no specific education to appreciate (good) music. This is just a matter of musical tastes, and nothing else. I hope you are all conscious of that, Hailed Masters, otherwise, you are lost.

Oh, by the way, here's my little message to our almighty Gods - The Kong, Narendur and Chandler : pleeeaaaase, be kind toward us, do not hurt us, please do never forget we're just poor little ignorants with no musical background, no culture, no good tastes, no nothing... So please, be indulgent and full of compassion, and teach us your infinite knowledge of film music instead, please, we desperately need your lessons so bad ! OK. First lesson by our master of all time The Kong starts... today ! Man, I'm eager to be as close-minded as you are and also experience what it feels like to be given that great power ! This way, I'll finally be able to see the Light and, at the same time, reveal you all the Ultimate Truth. Man, I can't wait for all those immense privileges of yours... as well as for my brainwash !

Stop behaving like everybody in here shares your "universal" musical tastes, and get your a%s%s back to Earth for once !

DJ

P.S.: one more thing, you people stop complaining about Mister Clemmensen's reviews, OK? It's your most legal and precious right not to share his personal point of view, but you have no right to call him an idiot either on his own Web-site or any other public place. Moreover, this is HIS spot, not yours.

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Chris
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Defrère Jérémy
Re: I am glad...   Wednesday, May 7, 2003 (1:03 p.m.) 

> P.S.: one more thing, you people stop complaining about Mister
> Clemmensen's reviews, OK? It's your most legal and precious right not to
> share his personal point of view, but you have no right to call him an
> idiot either on his own Web-site or any other public place. Moreover, this
> is HIS spot, not yours.

Well said
Its nice to see people like you and byro here.

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