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the most film matching score ever
• Posted by: pavel   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, February 6, 2002, at 5:01 p.m.
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As I have been reading all these comments over past few days I just simply could not wait and had to check it out myself. After that I realized what all u people were chatting about. When I put it on I just could not believe it - So Marvellous, wonderful, unexpected and scary music at the same time did not let my body at steady. My teardrops come to my eyes every time I hear the album (especially during The COUNCIL OF ELROND)-ENYA is totally different story itself. I do not fancy her at all but here she gives to movie an incredible dimension of a great fantasy world. None singers could have performed better than she did. AT the time of Gladiator score I truly had fallen in love with L.Gerard and her performance on that album which i consider to be the same music quality. This is the second time I have experienced such feelings since then.

I also found the movie to be as an unforgettable experience with absolutely matching, accomplished, and tremendous score which not every movie can show off with. - I really have not heard such good music since the gladiator score. Shor did a great job - and can truly shake hands with Zimmer . well done. and thankx for a superb score.

Note: anyone who does not consider this soundtrack to be at least good is a music fool who does not understand music at all.

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