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Comments about the soundtrack for Titus (Elliot Goldenthal)

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And why are your reviews so ?? - I forgot something
• Posted by: Anthony   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, July 15, 2003, at 3:48 p.m.
• IP Address: ampere.noos.net
• In Response to: And why are your reviews so ?? - Titus is Gol... (Anthony Jauneaud)

I forgot to say that I am angry about soundtrack's world nowadays : I listened some extracts of POTC by Klaus Badelt and it's very very very bad. It's sounds like The Rock + The Peacemaker + Gladiator. I want Alan back !!!!! I waited this score but when I learnt that Silvestri was rejected, I thought that maybe Badelt could do something not so bad, like his Time Machine or K-19 (which are very good). But what I'm listening to his a mix of Mediaventures' old scores, the same sound, again and again...

I am really furious about dozen of things like that : Timeline, Hulk, Jone's LXG that us, Europeean, are going to have and not Americans... I have the impression that we are for big Cd's producers only wallets. I'm fed up with pledge : I'm still waiting my Batman & Robin score by Warner !!! I'm still waiting Die Another Day Vol.2, and I don't talk about Silvestri (nothing between The Mummy Returns & Identity).
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