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Comments about the soundtrack for Crimson Tide (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: don't waste your money.
• Posted by: Lee
• Date: Tuesday, July 23, 2002, at 6:33 p.m.
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• In Response to: don't waste your money. (Kyri)

Don't even try to argue with "serious critics" like this, it's pointless. If someone is arrogant enough to feel like they alone can determine what is quality and what isn't, then they have a WHOLE other set of problems to deal with, and they have nothing too do with music. I don't want to take music seriously enough to make it not enjoyable. If I think something sounds great, then I'm going to listen to it, regardless of the "eloquent chord progressions" or "dense reverberations" or what have you.

Bottom line, this is this guy's opinion, and not truth, so don't read this and think, "If I like Zimmer, I'm an idiot." The truth of the matter is, if you like Zimmer, welcome to the club of millions others who feel exactly the same way. This is a wonderful score, and the main theme is probably, IN MY OPINION, one of the best ever.

No offense to you dude, you're just coming off as one of those "Because I say it, it's right" type of people. I know this is text, so emotions aren't portrayed good, so I HOPE I'm wrong about that, and I've just been misunderstanding your tone. If I am, I apologize. If I'm NOT, then good Lord man, you need a reality check.

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