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Comments about the soundtrack for Die Another Day (David Arnold)

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Hasselhoff, Tesh, and Paltrow???
• Posted by: Jake...
• Date: Saturday, January 4, 2003, at 4:08 a.m.
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• In Response to: Madonna's song truly rocks! (Rikardo)

You're going to need a better argument than your's of Americans not liking sophisticated music because: a)it's not a true, and b)it's a stereotype that can be applied to Europeans as well eventhough it is completely unfounded.

I recall David Hasselhoff and John Tesh being rather popular in Europe even though Americans despise them. And I also heard that Gwenyth Paltrow's version of Bette Davis Eyes from the movie Duets was huge in Europe even though nobody cared here at home. I wouldn't really call that a shophisticated taste.

> Ok, so the score may suck but at least the Madonna song is becoming a
> instant classic over europe! i totally understand why you donīt like it!
> americans are not used to modern and sophisticated sounds! while at europe
> this kind of sound is what most sells, in america is the boring and same
> old style of songs that produce hit records! so forgive madonna and her
> producers for trying to bring some inovation to the bond music scene when
> you prefer to live in the past!

> p.s.:both garbage and sheryl crow songs were also pretty inovative and
> stylish! get used to european fashionable and trendy sound! try to move on
> forward not backward

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