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Comments about the soundtrack for Cutthroat Island (John Debney)

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Debney Owns All Pirate Flicks
• Posted by: HornerFan2006   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, April 17, 2006, at 1:39 p.m.
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Well my favourite composer is horner, but as an overall favourite track for any movie and in my opinion EVER written has to be the The Battle/To Dawg's Ship/Morgan Battles Dawg/Dawg's Demis/The Triumph...track from the re-released complete Cutthroat Island Album. In all my years of collecting and listening to scores and thats a fair amount, i dont think i have heard or will hear anything that comes to beating the sheer skill and imaganative execution of this 17 minute masterpiece, why Debney didnt get an oscar for this soundtrack i am in total bewilderment over, this score should get recognition for what it truly is, Hans Zimmer and Badelt could only dream of getting such perfection for a score of this magnitude, enough of the electronic tripe they keep pumping out, this score is so authentic and the chorus does the job for me...please Mr Zimmer i hope you can utilize this into your pirates of the caribbean scores from now on...

well enough of the rant...maybe someone like peter jackson will make a sinbad flick and bring debney onboard... (with mr Vigo Mortisson as sinbad!!) now there's an idea!

a horner and debney fan...any comments appreciated


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