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Comments about the soundtrack for The Call of the Wild (John Powell)
The banjos ruin this film score

Richard Anthony
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Edmund Meinerts
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The banjos ruin this film score   Sunday, January 10, 2021 (8:32 p.m.) 

I hate banjos. It's something I can't really rationalize but there's something about the sound of banjos that leaves me paranoid. I love a bit of Americana and Southern rock but banjos are the liberal conspiracy to invade our ears with sickening sound. They make me outright run for the hills. Guitars on the other hand make me calm. John Powell should have used more acoustic guitar in Call of the Wild because it is the true instrument of God, America, and the great values of President Trump.


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Richard Anthony
Re: The banjos ruin this film score   Friday, January 15, 2021 (1:05 p.m.) 

> I hate banjos. It's something I can't really rationalize but there's
> something about the sound of banjos that leaves me paranoid. I love a bit
> of Americana and Southern rock but banjos are the liberal conspiracy to
> invade our ears with sickening sound. They make me outright run for the
> hills. Guitars on the other hand make me calm. John Powell should have
> used more acoustic guitar in Call of the Wild because it is the true
> instrument of God, America, and the great values of President Trump.

Great, now I will forever associate acoustic guitars with such lovely values as grift, sedition and rabble-rousing.


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Richard Anthony
Re: The banjos ruin this film score   Saturday, January 23, 2021 (3:34 p.m.) 

> I hate banjos. It's something I can't really rationalize but there's
> something about the sound of banjos that leaves me paranoid. I love a bit
> of Americana and Southern rock but banjos are the liberal conspiracy to
> invade our ears with sickening sound. They make me outright run for the
> hills. Guitars on the other hand make me calm. John Powell should have
> used more acoustic guitar in Call of the Wild because it is the true
> instrument of God, America, and the great values of President Trump.

Something can't simultaneously be the instrument of God, America, and Trump. That man is the antithesis of anything divine or patriotic. And Powell has not kept his feelings about the disgraced, twice-impeached, one-term ex-President a secret. If I had to guess, your comment would only affirm to him that using as many banjos in the score as often as possible was the right decision.


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