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Comments about the soundtrack for A Very Long Engagement (Angelo Badalamenti)
What the f**k

joshua Christensen
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Rick
What the f**k   Tuesday, March 11, 2008 (7:20 a.m.) 

Angelo Badalamenti - A very long engagement, is one of the beautiest soundtracks ever made, nothing can be compared, and to called it funeral music is a disgrace... put the music on your iPod (or whatever mp3 player you have)... and take a walk by the beach... You will never experience anything as beautiful as that... I promise



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joshua Christensen
Re: What the f**k   Thursday, March 1, 2012 (3:23 p.m.) 
• Now Playing: A Very Long Engagement  

Actually- You're both right. Once again, Christian's review was spot-on. I saw this at the local FYE for a good price, so I looked up his review before I bought it. It was actually the review COMBINED with the "what the F**k" comment that swayed me! It can seem quite somber and funereal at times, but I don't see that as a bad thing, and the review didn't come across as negative. It's just a beautiful AND somber score.
BTW- Are you two related?



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