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

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• Posted by: GK
• Date: Friday, August 19, 2011, at 4:33 p.m.
• IP Address: pd9e5a13d.dip.t-dialin.net
• In Response to: Re: Deal with it?? (Pablo)

> Hell yes I said deal with it.
> Based on all the Remote Control hatred from this site? Double deal with
> it.

> Dont blame me, blame the times...and they are a changing. I never said i
> like it or dont like it, but based on all these reviews and elitist
> comments, might as well state it cuz it the truth, until things change yet
> again in favor for a more classical approach...

If you're so down for truth, then deal with the fact that Bates' music is infinitely worse than Poledouris' score, and while his scores made hundreds of thousands of people around the world listen to film music, Bates' music won't.

Because it's not tolerable on album.

But I have to agree that Remote Control may be the future, and that could also be because each consecutive generation of teenagers, who you apparently represent, seems to hit a new low on the IQ meter.
And the Remote Control mentality, in music, film, and TV, is as much cause as it is effect of that trend.




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