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About this Filmtracks review: Attack of the Idiots

Julio Gomez
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greg
About this Filmtracks review: Attack of the Idiots   Friday, March 4, 2005 (3:14 p.m.) 

Clemmensen complains about not hearing enough of the main Star Wars theme in this score. His problem is that he's only judging the Sony album. The COMPLETE SCORE has three clear "pronouncements" of the main theme. So, Clemmensen, get your head out of your ass and review the complete score, as it was meant to be heard!



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Julio Gomez
About this comment: attack of the sludge-fer-brains   Sunday, May 1, 2005 (1:55 p.m.) 

> Clemmensen complains about not hearing enough of the main Star Wars theme
> in this score. His problem is that he's only judging the Sony album. The
> COMPLETE SCORE has three clear "pronouncements" of the main
> theme. So, Clemmensen, get your head out of your ass and review the
> complete score, as it was meant to be heard!

He reviewed the music in the film and gave it five stars.

Clemmenson reviews albums, not complete scores. We've been over this numberous times. Since an album is a diliberate selection of music, the ALBUM, then, is the way it was meant to be heard

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