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Comments about the soundtrack for Tears of the Sun (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: A Message for "Adam P", "Nobody" and other maniacal Zimmer fanatics
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• Posted by: Amuro
• Date: Monday, June 9, 2003, at 5:03 p.m.
• IP Address: 12-222-158-77.client.insightbb.com
• In Response to: Re: A Message for "Adam P", "Nobody" and other... (ugly joe)

> No, but, you know what? I don't care, because I'm sure you will teach me
> quite well what hypocricy is. Sure you know quite well what being a
> hypocrite is, am I wrong?

> That's fine, then, because I do think Zimmer is as good as I do think as
> well that Williamas is not as good as you seem to think.
What's the
> point of your post, man? Ok, we all know now. We know that you don't like
> Tears of the Sun. Perfect. We know that you think Horner and Goldsmith are
> better composers. Ok. That's fine. SO WHAT? Do you expect any award for
> having the most exquisite and refined musical tastes in this forum? Just
> for you to know, I don't give a damn about what you think, and by the way,
> if you thought for a moment that your post would offend me or whatever...
> YOU FAILED! Just keep trying, dude, because you've only made me laugh!
>
By the way, just for you to know, dude
The Attack of the Clones
> is, in my opinion, CRAP!!!! And you considering the love theme from this
> uninspired score the... GREATEST CONCERT SUITE
> EVER???????????????????????? My god, man, how many scores have you
> listened so far? I ask you that because you have quite a simplistic and
> poor conception of what a concert suite should be. Catch me if you Can is
> good if you suffer from insomnia. And Minority Report is almost as boring
> and uninteresting as Catch Me If You Can. But, you know, it's Williams, so
> I think that you must keep worshipping him anyway. Please, go on. Don't
> let my words interrupt or distract you. Williams is there above us,
> watching us. Don't let HIM get angry!!!

> Yeah, but I'm afraid it is not as good an example as yours. I suppose I
> must keep learning. In the meantime, go on posting your empty, pointless,
> childish comments, man. Even if I don't learn to be as hypocrite as you
> are, at least I'll have fun. And this is something I find quite oftenly at
> this forum!
Ugly Joe

You say no one cares what I say? And why do they care what you say? Because your the great God of film music! I'm sorry I forgot, its incredible its almost as if I was laughing at your posts rather than reading them as a form of study for my music composition classes, I should realize what your saying is complete devine truth but...Oh wait I was laughing at your posts.

if you thought for a moment that your post would offend me or whatever...
YOU FAILED! Just keep trying, dude, because you've only made me laugh!

I wasn't trying to offend you I was posting my "opinion" a word which you don't seem to know!

You hate Jazz don't you? "Catch Me If You Can" is a GREAT score worthy of an academy Award nomination I only wish it could have won! And "Lord of The Rings" won last year over "Harry Potter" or the one that should have won "A Beautiful Mind"! Now LOTR is an "uninspired" score.

Have you listened to any of the scores you called mediocre? I don't think you have.

Amuro




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