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Re: One of the most accompished film scores ever written
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• Posted by: dts
• Date: Thursday, September 23, 2010, at 5:47 p.m.
• IP Address: 72-57-74-253.pools.spcsdns.net
• In Response to: One of the most accompished film scores ever w... (Erik Woods)

> North's Dragonslayer is a raw, brutal, dissonant, avant-garde composition
> that if a listener truly gives it his or her complete attention will be
> fully rewarded by the time the disc finishes. Don't expect a sense of
> adventure and fun... this is an angry, atonal score with sense of dread
> and darkness much like the film it accompanies. It's also helps the
> listener understand what North was trying to say by listening to the score
> in context. There it works its magic!

> This is an absolutely brilliant score and giving it one star is a
> travesty.

> -Erik-

Erik,you couldn't of said it any better.




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