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Comments about the soundtrack for The Da Vinci Code (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: Ok, What Did That Mean???
• Posted by: mythodean
• Date: Friday, May 19, 2006, at 12:08 a.m.
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• In Response to: Ok, What Did That Mean??? (James of Wellesley)

> Was the term "Vangelis Territory" a bad crack or a good
> compliment? I'd like to know. It left me a little unsettled. Vangelis is
> not only my favorite film composer of all time, but my favorite music
> artists in general. I own about forty albums and singles by the God of
> Sound and was wondering how I should take that... Help please

theres no doubt that vangelis is considered as the pillar of new age music in movies ... he got me hooked to instrumental music, which later lead to osts and new-age
i would say zimmer has been honoured by the "Vangelis Territory" comment .. no doubt about that
even if the reviewer meant the other way (which isnt possible) ... you can comfort yourself by believing it to be a compliment

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