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Comments about the soundtrack for Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (Alan Silvestri)
What about Armstrong

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Levente Benedek
What about Armstrong   Thursday, September 4, 2003 (9:40 p.m.) 

The early posters had listed Craig Armstrong as the composer to this film. Not that I'm complaining, but what's the deal with that? I look forward to hearing the score though

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Re: What about Armstrong   Thursday, September 11, 2003 (6:02 a.m.) 

> The early posters had listed Craig Armstrong as the composer to this film.
> Not that I'm complaining, but what's the deal with that? I look forward to
> hearing the score though

Well "The Lab Scene" as it is writen in the end credits was writen by Craig Armstrong. This is the only track which was left from Armstrong's score.


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Levente Benedek
Re: What about Armstrong   Saturday, July 16, 2005 (3:58 p.m.) 

> Well "The Lab Scene" as it is writen in the end credits was
> writen by Craig Armstrong. This is the only track which was left from
> Armstrong's score.

Craig was the original composer, but for some reason, they went with Silvestri for the final score. As for the ommission of Armstrong's "Lab Scene" score, a reader at Amazon.com posted this: "Craig's film scores are rarely ever released and when they are, they are even harder to get a hold of (trust me I know from experience). So unfortunately, as awesome as the TR2 Lab Scene music sounded, it will probably never see the light of day on a CD. I have even tried to find it by using download programs and I was unsuccessful. Although this is a great Silvestri film score, for those of us who loved the Lab scene music, we will probably only ever hear it in the movie itself."



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