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Comments about the soundtrack for Chicken Run (Powell/Gregson-Williams)
Building the Crate

Keith
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Amuro
Building the Crate   Saturday, July 26, 2003 (2:51 p.m.) 

Building the Crate has got to be the best theme in a movie ever. The way it starts slow, builds up, suddenly speeds up, then at the end slows down is just breathtaking. I've listened to the song many, many times, and I'm still not tired of the theme in the cue. Gregson-Williams and Powell have proven they can write catchy, amazing compositions.

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Re: Building the Crate   Sunday, July 27, 2003 (8:14 p.m.) 

> Building the Crate has got to be the best theme in a movie ever. The way
> it starts slow, builds up, suddenly speeds up, then at the end slows down
> is just breathtaking. I've listened to the song many, many times, and I'm
> still not tired of the theme in the cue. Gregson-Williams and Powell have
> proven they can write catchy, amazing compositions.

w00t...I agree, except I actually prefer the title theme to the "Building the Crate" theme. However, I do love all the themes on the soundtrack expecially this and the evil march heard in the first track. I love this whole soundtrack!

w00t!


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JimmyJames
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Re: Building the Crate   Wednesday, November 3, 2004 (10:11 p.m.) 

I bought this track on itunes after hearing it featured on a classical radio station. I remember reading Mr. Clemmensen's review, and I feel he underappreciated the score. I find out of the hundreds of scores i have, this is top 5... easily. It has everything, and its bombastic feel is its best trait. Granted, the kazoos are a bit campy, but its a family film... geez, i just suck at writing, please insert amazing support for this score here.

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