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Comments about the soundtrack for Conan the Barbarian (Tyler Bates/Various)

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Re: He's a composer of boring scores
• Posted by: Craig   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, August 10, 2011, at 9:21 a.m.
• IP Address: gate25-quantico.nmci.usmc.mil
• In Response to: Re: He's a composer of boring scores (Pablo)

> Pouledoris' body of work is also fairly boring. Not much different,
> really.

> Again, look at his body of work...These titles just scream classic
> material. Seriously, based on Bates' body of work, theyre not too
> different from one another.

> Same goes for me and Pouledouris' CV. I honestly don't find his work to be
> all that memorable, outside of maybe a few titles or themes. And this is
> given the greater amount of exposure he has had over Bates so far.

Gentlemen, at your convenience please review any of these Poledouris scores: Quigley Down Under, Cherry 2000, Flesh + Blood, Lonesome Dove, Farewell to the King, Starship Troopers, or Les MisÚrables.

These are truly amazing soundtracks, and leave little room for further debate within this discussion thread.




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