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Comments about the soundtrack for Blade Runner (Vangelis)

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Crimson Tide score sucks and Blade Runner is great one.
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• Posted by: Sunil
• Date: Friday, October 23, 2009, at 11:35 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Where's the rest of the stars? (cs^tbl)

> CT has an orchestral undertone. It uses (apart from some synthetic sounds)
> orchestral samples, just like Alexander btw, and it has 1:1 sync with the
> scenes. That's where CT and BR differ. BR doesn't have an orchestral tone
> nor is it this typical 1:1 sync music, though in my opinion there
> certainly is synchronization going on, but on more abstract levels.

> Aside from that, CT has synths from the mid 90's, BR has synths from the
> late 70's. This is a difference between the two. And whether you like it
> or not, it's exactly these late 70's synths that emphasize the distance
> that the BR future imposes.

Blade Runner is lot more better than Crimson Tide.

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