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Comments about the soundtrack for War of the Worlds (John Williams)
Excellent!

Michael Björk
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Jared
Excellent!   Monday, September 26, 2005 (10:52 a.m.) 

I just wanted to say this score is one of the best i've heard this year. I really loved Harry Greggson Williams "Kingdom Of Heaven", but on its own this score John Williams has written for WOTW is really good. As atonal as it sounds, it feels fresh, tight and there is so much details to listen to in all the cues on the CD. It fits the movie perfectly as well. I usually am very negative on the idea to have film dialogs on score CDs, but since there is not much on this CD, i guess its acceptable. It seems that Decca Records does this quite often. Another example is Han Zimmers score CD for "Hannibal" (Excellent romantic score by the way).

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Jared
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Michael Björk
Re: Excellent!   Wednesday, January 4, 2006 (9:49 a.m.) 

> I just wanted to say this score is one of the best i've heard this year. I
> really loved Harry Greggson Williams "Kingdom Of Heaven", but on
> its own this score John Williams has written for WOTW is really good. As
> atonal as it sounds, it feels fresh, tight and there is so much details to
> listen to in all the cues on the CD. It fits the movie perfectly as well.
> I usually am very negative on the idea to have film dialogs on score CDs,
> but since there is not much on this CD, i guess its acceptable. It seems
> that Decca Records does this quite often. Another example is Han Zimmers
> score CD for "Hannibal" (Excellent romantic score by the way).

I agree, this score is awesome. I bought it after seeing the movie, and I could feel the horror that was so wonderfully portrayed. Totaly agree with you.

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