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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: Ivan orozco   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2007, at 1:02 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Attack Of Clones Stinks (SolarisLem)

> He's right... partly at least. Its a solid score in itself, and a decent
> effort from Williams. BUT compared to the three original scores, this is
> no worthy Star Wars-Soundtrack. Williams made a very good score for
> Episode I (one of the few bright spots in this disappointing movie) which
> structure was not different from the original scores: He revisited some of
> the old themes while inventing new ones for the Sith, the Trade Federation
> and for Anakin. 'Attack of the clones' fails to incoporate most themes
> (old or new) into the new material. 'Duel of the Fates' and the
> Federation-theme were only heard once for example. While there is a
> beautiful love theme and some interestingly dark underscore and action
> material it leaves me out in the cold most of the time. The best part of
> the score are Tracks 12 and 13... 20 Minutes of great Orchestral Music.
> The most unforgivable aspect of the music heard in the film is the fact
> that Williams re-used Minutes and Minutes of the Score from Episode I for
> the final battle sequence. 'The Arena' heard on the CD was also not used.
> Why didn't he wrote any new material for this scene? Whyyyy?

> This fact alone makes Ep.II the worst entry into the Star Wars-Saga in
> Terms of Music.

> Music as heard on CD: *** (some tracks deserve a ****-Rating though)
> Music as heard in the Film: **

shut the hell up episode II is not a bad score

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