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Comments about the soundtrack for Battlestar Galactica (Richard Gibbs)

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Re: Soundtrack
• Posted by: Joe MacDonald   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, October 1, 2006, at 10:20 p.m.
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• In Response to: Soundtrack (Godsend)

> My mom bought the soundtrack and it's really nice. I'd say that the songs
> that you wanted to make a little quick for the battle scenes, like when
> the Viper fighters were launching to protect the transport ships with over
> 10,000 civilians still aboard, they didn't deliver the punch I expected.
> The songs are nice overall but that Starbuck Buck Buck........ eh? I
> listned to it and I said," Eh? What's this? " Starbuck Buck Buck
> and Silica Pathways were the only downfall songs along with the lack of
> punching power in the songs. I don't really thing a Dies Irae by Mozart
> would give a good example but these songs are something I would sleep to.
> It does good work too. I like it a bundle. Just please, keep this style
> of music and don't change. From the old Battlestar Galactica, this is a
> very nice improvement. I was able to catch a couple reruns and see the
> difference.

I liked the soundtracks also. From what I understand they used the old Japaneese Taiko drums. Back in them days little villages used to measure their boundries by how loud they are. The farther out you could hear these drums is what set the "City Limits". They were also used for battlefields much like the scots and their Bagpipes.

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  • Soundtrack  (2989 views)
       Godsend - Wednesday, March 2, 2005, at 10:25 p.m.
    •      Re: Soundtrack  (2421 views)    We're Here
         Joe MacDonald - Sunday, October 1, 2006, at 10:20 p.m.

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