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Comments about the soundtrack for Clash of the Titans (Ramin Djawadi/Various)

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Re: i must agree
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• Posted by: xcountry1138   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, April 6, 2010, at 9:43 p.m.
• IP Address: res-dhcp-129-3-142-107
• In Response to: i must agree (KK)
• Now Playing: First Blood - Jerry Goldsmith

> LOL I must agree with you. I think he finally took out all his anger and
> frustration on MV on this score. Good old CC, this is probably one of his
> best!
> Look at the criticism it is already recieving!

> I can tell you one thing, it sure is getting traffic!

> may the music be with you
> - KK

I agree also, though i've never at all been a fan for mv/rc, they just use synth to write and perform, versus say goldsmith, who used it as just another piece of an ensemble. These people truly are talentless...I could compose music far more professionally, and quitet frankly better, and i'm a 20 YEAR OlD who isn't studying formal music composition. Hopefully there will be another revolution with large orchestral scores with creativity, complexity and intelligence sweeping hollywood in the future, for now i won't hold my breath....on a side note, i would imagine the "spotting sessions" described isn't to dissimilar to how it actually is.

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