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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (John Williams)

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Re: Attack Of Clones Stinks
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• Posted by: SolarisLem
• Date: Sunday, July 22, 2007, at 8:17 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Attack Of Clones Stinks (Chipster92)

> Don't blame Williams for the reuse of Episode I music. Blame George Lucas.
> If you remember back in 2002, Williams had a busy year. He was scoring
> three movies. Towards the end of the Episode II sessions, he had to leave
> off of that film and go straight to doing "Minority Report".
> Lucas was still having editing problems with the Final sequence in Episode
> II, so that left most of that entire sequence unscored. I bet Williams had
> planned to score that sequence, but because of his tight scheduele, he
> wasn't able to. Since Williams had already left to do "Minority
> Report", The only choice Lucas had was to use tracked-in music from
> Episode I. I was hoping for the DVD release that they would bring Williams
> back to rescore the final battle sequence, but alas, no such luck.
> Strangely enough, this was the same reason why Episode III had a lot of
> tracked-in music from Episodes I and II: Williams had another busy
> scheduele. In 2005, he was scoring FOUR movies!

Well, I hope he will return to re-score Ep.II and III and to record Ultimate Editions of these Scores some time in the future...

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