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Comments about the soundtrack for The Day After Tomorrow (Harald Kloser)

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Re: Analize The score and movie
• Posted by: MarkL
• Date: Sunday, June 6, 2004, at 10:33 p.m.
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• In Response to: Analize The score and movie (Manuel)

I completely agree with you. This is a great score and there are many cues not included on the CD. I've heard some reviews mention the female vocal in track 1 that is heard and never heard again. Well she is heard again. In the film. The other cues featuring vocals didn't make the CD cut. I think most people were expecting a big loud action score for this film, but Kloser decided to take a more dramatic approach to the score. No doubt that is what Emmerich wanted for the film. I think it is safe to say that many reviewers of the score gave it less than average reviews mostly based on the fact they have preconceived notions of what a distater score should sound like, and they are not opening their minds to a more dramatic approach. Not evey score has to have big brass themes and timpani pounding all over. Anyway, I loved this score! ***** out of *****

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