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Comments about the soundtrack for Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (Alan Silvestri)
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score_jackal
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Pogel Adler
Odd comments   Thursday, September 4, 2003 (9:01 p.m.) 

"Despite the probable temptation, Silvestri refused to resurrect any of the material he wrote for Pirates of the Caribbean (which is something of a rule for him)."

Ummm.... he resuses plenty of material, just like any composer. He wrote a rejected partial score for MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE and much of that popped up in ERASER and The Long Kiss Goodnight... and in TOMB RAIDER 2. He copies himself just as much as any composer.

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Pogel Adler
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score_jackal
Re: Odd comments   Friday, September 5, 2003 (5:04 a.m.) 

Yeah, but there's a difference. Like Jerry Goldsmith who used a rejected theme and used it for another film. Of course you get influenced by a lot of things, even your own work, when you write music.

PA

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