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Comments about the soundtrack for Titus (Elliot Goldenthal)

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• Posted by: Chris Tilton   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, July 20, 2003, at 9:09 p.m.
• IP Address: adsl-64-167-12-130.dsl.lsan03.pacbell.net
• In Response to: ...an unbelievably stupid argument... (Christian Clemmensen)

While I of course completely disagree with your Titus review, I am in complete agreement with your point, and I'd also like to add to it. CD soundtracks are released so that one may purchase and listen to. If it doesn't work without the film, then what is the point of purchasing the CD? That's what this site is for, to review the CD to judge whether or not they feel it is worth purchasing. It doesn't matter how it works, or doesn't work, in the film. What matters is how it works on album, because that is what is being reviewed. This is a SOUNDTRACK site, not a site with reviews on the context of how a score works in a film. If only people would just understand that simple concept.

It's also embarassing that a review such as yours, well articulated, and expressing a point of view, is met with such idiotic criticism. I don't agree with your review either, but all these morons on this comment area are giving us Goldenthal fans a bad name. Shame on them!




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