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Comments about the soundtrack for King Arthur (Hans Zimmer)

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Why not...action music is supposed to be intense?
• Posted by: Zimmer_Fan(returned)
• Date: Monday, August 2, 2004, at 10:14 a.m.
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• In Response to: "The next level" doesn't mean "louder" or "mor... (Pogel Alder)

Well I guess we could write action music with a triangle and that could be bringing it to the next level because it wouldn't be loud or more intense right? The dulcet tones of those sweet beautiful harps instruments could be like the signaling of and upcoming battle..I mean that would get my pulse pounding...that would be bringing the music to another level as never experienced before...Your right...the score to King Arthur blows...because Zimmer is a loser who's only style is to usinh those blasted synths...I mean just because they fit the music and add another level doesn't mean's just the fact that he encorporates technology into music...just like all those other composers that use computers and recording technology know...that is why I guess Christian gave the score a 4 star rating and not a 1 star rating like pirates of the carribean...because Zimmer is so unoriginal and not innovative at all...that makes sense right...i guess i follow your logic.


P.S. by the way...a little piece of information...don't go writing a reply before realizing that a little sarcasm might have been used sparsely throughout this post.

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