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

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Why all the negative comments? AOTC is great!
• Posted by: Geoff
• Date: Thursday, May 23, 2002, at 2:04 p.m.
• IP Address: a010-0004.gstn.splitrock.net

Will somebody help me out here? I just don't get it!
I don't understand why this soundtrack is under so much fire. It sounds perfect to me! So what if they bring some of the older music back? It's not like they've never done it in STAR WARS before. I think it sounds great and fits right in place. When composers score sequels they usually re-use clips of music heard in the previous film or films. Is that the main reason this score is being criticized? Just because it has some re-used music in it? I loved the duel of the fates in Episode 1! And I love the duel of the fates clip in Episode 2! And I'll love it if there's a clip of duel of the fates in Episode 3! I love the Imperial March in ESB, ROTJ, and now AOTC! It all sounds great to me. There was also plenty of new music in this score! Maybe it's just me, but when I see so many degrading comments I can't stand it. Or maybe it's because I hold John Williams and George Lucas in such high esteem! Oh well! "May the Force be with you!"




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