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JP Soundtrack the best. John Williams out done himself

Stephanie
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JP Soundtrack the best. John Williams out done himself   Monday, March 24, 2003 (9:27 p.m.) 

Being a huge fan of the movie and John Williams, I say that this is his best EVER! I also liked the other scores he did for Harry Potter. But, still JP was his best ever. I especially liked the Finale and T-Rex Rescue and well I loved the whole soundtrack, the Petticoat Lane makes me have the sniffles a bit. But I really have to compliment on John Williams, JP is his best score ever!

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Re: JP Soundtrack the best. John Williams out done himself   Wednesday, March 26, 2003 (3:32 p.m.) 

Well, your right, JP is one of John Williams best works, but the absolute most brilliant work is The Empire Strikes Back. Think of the huge Battle of Hoth, The Imperial March and Yodas Theme. TESB is his best work so far.

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