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

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Re: I will be surprised if Zimmer did not go to court
• Posted by: johnno
• Date: Tuesday, February 22, 2005, at 4:57 p.m.
• IP Address: voi38-1-82-233-97-196.fbx.proxad.net
• In Response to: Re: I will be surprised if Zimmer did not go t... (Michael)

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Well, considering that Zimmer's Own Gladiator reminded me of
> Holst's "The Planets", mainly "Mars, the Bringer of
> War" I wouldn't (if I were Zimmer) be complaining about ripoff
> performances.

Hm okay but you should know that Gladiator soundtrack is not limited to "The Battle" track and there are plenty of other tracks on Gladiator soundtrack album, like "Earth" , "Progeny", "The Wheat", "The Might of Rome", "strengh and honor", "am i not merciful", "patricide" and "honor him".
There is a theme Brian Tyler took from Gladiator, we an hear this theme in "Earth" ,"Honor Him"




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