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Comments about the soundtrack for Alien 3 (Elliot Goldenthal)
Adagio-amazing!

Dan Hall
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Adagio-amazing!   Tuesday, May 10, 2005 (8:06 a.m.) 

I have to say i hate Alien 3. It ruined one of my favourite franchises. Im sure its not that bad in other people's opinions. A few of my friends really like it.

But anyway, film review aside. I only bought the album because it was on a sale and I have the music to the first two. So i bought it, hating the film but i bought it anyway.

Its pretty weak apart from a few nice synth parts. And then the last track plays. Its amazing! The best music in the alien franchise. Pity the rest of the score doesn't match up to the final track. I now like the film a little more, and wish i'd bough the score earlier. Worth owning just for that final track.
Anyone agree?
Dan

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Re: Adagio-amazing!   Friday, December 23, 2005 (2:13 p.m.) 

I couldnt agree more. Its a beautiful track and is one thing in the film that give it the special thing that it should have had as an alien film.

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