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Comments about the soundtrack for Dinosaur (James Newton Howard)

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Re: Info for Europan listeners
• Posted by: JMG   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, November 23, 2005, at 8:33 p.m.
• IP Address: host97.200-45-182.telecom.net.ar
• In Response to: Info for Europan listeners (Tomek)

Yeah, my copy came with that song, which I didn't listen on the film. It's a real crap. Howard's score is great, although it's a little corny sometimes, just like every Disney film. Anyway, it's very good.
JMG

> Some of You, if You'll be ordering f.i. by internet, may get the copy of
> "Dinosaur" with the additional pop-song "Can Somebody Tell
> Me Who I am?" by Ornage Blue. This song is only on copies pressed in
> Germany (label Walt Disney Records/Edel) and is nothing more as an
> commercial product. I personally found it very awful that this crappy song
> was put on the beginning of CD and breaks up the mood created in
> "Inner Sanctum" just before the score kicks off with its
> highlight, The Egg Travels. It should be put after the score. Putting this
> song by the label is a major letdown, Howard's score does not really needs
> that kind of crap for an advertisement.

> Tomek




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  • Info for Europan listeners  (4639 views)
       Tomek - Tuesday, January 4, 2005, at 2:57 a.m.
    •      Re: Info for Europan listeners  (4478 views)    We're Here
         JMG - Wednesday, November 23, 2005, at 8:33 p.m.


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