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Comments about the soundtrack for Gods and Generals (Frizzell/Edelman)
Music in movie but not in soundtrack

Matthew
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Music in movie but not in soundtrack   Friday, February 13, 2004 (8:30 p.m.) 

I have noticed that there are many great music parts in the movie, but they are not in the soundtrack. I think, that it might be possible that Ron Maxwell could be doing the same thing with the "Gods and Generals" soundtrack that he did with "Gettysburg." For the 5 year anniversary of "Gettysburg" a 2-disc special edition soundtrack was release with much much more music from the movie "Gettysburg." I think they might be planning to release a special edition "Gods and Generals" soundtrack with the extra music.

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Matthew
Re: Music in movie but not in soundtrack   Thursday, February 19, 2004 (12:33 p.m.) 

> I have noticed that there are many great music parts in the movie, but
> they are not in the soundtrack. I think, that it might be possible that
> Ron Maxwell could be doing the same thing with the "Gods and
> Generals" soundtrack that he did with "Gettysburg." For the
> 5 year anniversary of "Gettysburg" a 2-disc special edition
> soundtrack was release with much much more music from the movie
> "Gettysburg." I think they might be planning to release a
> special edition "Gods and Generals" soundtrack with the extra
> music.

When you buy the CD, you get a DVD extra, with several songs not in the most recent movie. I suspect those will be in the longer "director's cut" version, whenever that gets relesed.

So, I suspect you might be right, to some extent.



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Re: Music in movie but not in soundtrack   Sunday, December 19, 2004 (9:37 p.m.) 

What is the name of the song/artist of the music while the guy sent to kill Jason was in the club?

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