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

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Defrère Jérémy
Music Nazi   Friday, January 24, 2003 (7:16 p.m.) 

Who wrote this dreadfull review of the Die Another Day music??
You suck Grandad!
I bet you can remember when Goldfinger came out at the movies.
Two things that Bond is well known for keeping up to date are the gadgets and the can't rubbish something just because it seems a little too conteporary for your old ears. It's one thing to voice your opinion but don't pretend to know what other people might think.
I thought the theme suited the film perfectly...the production on it was tight as! should try listening to a little bit of electronica...just a thought...who knows you might even find you like it.

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Re: Music Nazi   Wednesday, January 29, 2003 (1:25 a.m.) 

Easy, easy, calm down! The reviewer just wrote HIS review and explained HIS own opinion, now feel free not to share it (even myself, I don't share it neither). I find the score is a good combination of electronic and orchestral music.

P.S.: the reviewer (Christian Clemmensen) is not an old man !!!


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