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Comments about the soundtrack for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Hans Zimmer/Various)

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Here is my opinion
• Posted by: PK   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, May 27, 2014, at 11:48 p.m.
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Look, I totally understand your view. Clearly you don't like electronic scoring or loud bombastic sounds. You love the scores that use the orchestra to it's fullest. And I do too. I love the strings and piano. Do I wish there was more strings in this score? Yes. But did it get the job done regardless? Yes. It delivered the emotion that was necessary for the movie. I felt Elecro's craziness/insanity. I felt Harry's pain and suffering. I felt Peter and Gwen's complicated yet beautiful love. This score not only delivered emotions and pain. But it delivered hyped up action and brought it to a whhr new level. And I enjoyed it thoroughly. It's one of few albums I can listen to all the way through over and over again. Zimmer' s not perfect. He's made some bad scores. But this one is a good one. A great one I'd even say. Go buy it. If you're a fan of Zimmer or Jablonsky or even Lorne Balfe, you'll love this score.

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