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            Most Recent Post: Friday, February 4, 2011, at 4:23 p.m.

I am classified as a soundtrack geek. I own over 200 soundtracks and I am still adding more to my collection. My favorite varies between Danny Elfman and John Powell. My all time favorite score is the Chicken Run soundtrack by John Powell and Harry Gregson-Williams. I know almost any movie composer at the top of my head. My favorite instrument is the Trombone. I have been playing it since 5th grade. I love all low brass!

If I have a favorite genre of movie score it would be anything animated. If the movie is animated, the score will most likely be good.

Most people love him, but my least favorite composer is James Horner. I find him repetitive and unoriginal. If I had to pick his best soundtrack it would be Braveheart. Still his winy bagpipes through almost the whole movie annoy me.

I'm still waiting for John Debney to make a memorable score.

I want Has Zimmer to slap Steve Jablonsky for taking his scores.

I think James Newton Howard should find that every composer needs to have a bad score every now and then.

I think John Williams needs to...uh...

I think John Powell needs to work with Harry Gregson-Williams again.

I think Harry Gregson-Williams needs to work with John Powell again.

I think Clint Mansell should make soundtracks more than once every three years.

Steve Jablonsky needs to stop crapping out soundtracks that sound like Zimmerís.

Elmer Bernstein needs to come bake from the dead and go back to composing.

Danny Elfman, keep doing your thing.

Howard Shore needs to do another Tim Burton movie.

Doppity needs to end here.

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