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Track 10 is ruined!

TimT
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Gene
Track 10 is ruined!   Sunday, February 4, 2001 (8:25 a.m.) 

Now the soundclip for track 10 has some beautiful music, Why did they put dialoges on this CD?? it ruined the whole thing.
If I wanted the talking, I'd just watch the movie!

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byro
Re: Track 10 is ruined!   Sunday, March 4, 2001 (9:43 a.m.) 

> Now the soundclip for track 10 has some beautiful music, Why did they put
> dialoges on this CD?? it ruined the whole thing.
If I wanted the
> talking, I'd just watch the movie!

It would seem that you're a very shallow person. Open your heart to the beauty. But in your defense I will say that it was a poor engineering job. You're supposed to lower the music and pot up the dialogue. It did ruin the music in that sense. It kind of sounds like a double exposure photograph.
Best regards, -Gene


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Gene
Re: Track 10 is ruined!   Monday, April 28, 2003 (2:54 p.m.) 

If I wanted the

> It would seem that you're a very shallow person. Open your heart to the
> beauty. But in your defense I will say that it was a poor engineering job.
> You're supposed to lower the music and pot up the dialogue. It did ruin
> the music in that sense. It kind of sounds like a double exposure
> photograph.
Best regards, -Gene

you say he is shallow, then agree with him. hmmm, well i suppose i've heard worse arguements.

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