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Comments about the soundtrack for The Chronicles of Riddick (Graeme Revell)
Pleasantly surprised

Mark
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greg
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Pleasantly surprised   Saturday, June 19, 2004 (8:36 p.m.) 

I have never been a huge fan of Revell's music, but I think that this score is probably one of his best. I was given the CD as a gift from a friend that knows I like film scores. When I first received it, I was sure it wouldn't be something I'd like. I was completely wrong. I found this CD completely entertaining. I like the main theme and found it quite catchy. I enjoyed the choral work too. I also went and seen the film. I didn't think it was so hot, but the score works incredibly well in the film without being overbearing. So give this a chance, it's not bad at all. I'd say 4/5 stars.

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Mark
Re: Pleasantly surprised   Sunday, June 20, 2004 (8:11 p.m.) 

> I have never been a huge fan of Revell's music, but I think that this
> score is probably one of his best. I was given the CD as a gift from a
> friend that knows I like film scores. When I first received it, I was sure
> it wouldn't be something I'd like. I was completely wrong. I found this CD
> completely entertaining. I like the main theme and found it quite catchy.
> I enjoyed the choral work too. I also went and seen the film. I didn't
> think it was so hot, but the score works incredibly well in the film
> without being overbearing. So give this a chance, it's not bad at all. I'd
> say 4/5 stars.

four fifths of a star? thats not much! lol, just kidding. But free stuff always sounds better, especially with a set of low expections.

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Mark
Re: Pleasantly surprised   Friday, July 2, 2004 (3:00 p.m.) 

It's a fairly good score, but mixing and performance could still be better.

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