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Comments about the soundtrack for Children of Dune (Brian Tyler)

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beautiful, yet it misses something
• Posted by: jonathan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, May 4, 2003, at 6:34 a.m.
• IP Address: 195-241-131-139-bbxl.xdsl.tiscali.nl

Well I think that I can speak for everyone when I say that Brian has done a good job. It's a difficult task to score the music for Frank Herberts epic saga and he has done rather well I think. His orchestrated themes fit very will in the dune universe, HOWEVER I have this feeling that the tracks lack the actual climax. I keep expecting just one step more in climax parts. Maybe this is because I've been listening Toto's scoring for so long now. I admit that this score has really set itself with the Dune Universe. Logic since it was the first score written on the saga. I don't know if I stand alone in this, but in my opinion the OST misses something. Nevertheless, it's great work: every dune fan should have it (I should get mine soon, hard to get here)




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       jonathan - Sunday, May 4, 2003, at 6:34 a.m.


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