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Cesar
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look...   Wednesday, May 26, 2004 (7:42 p.m.) 

I really love this score, especially track # 13. Filled with such I emotion I believe.And then theres the Track #3 which I have loved. What im really disappointed in is that the fact that Mr Shore did not put in all the music that was in the Movies. Such as the fight between Aragorn and Lurtz in the First movie near the ending.And most of the songs in The TWO TOWERS when the barrage against Helms Deep comences. I dont kno what they missed in RETURN OF THE KING, so I completely adore the soundtrack.
I dont believe you might've though a 14 yr.old would write this


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Cesar
Re: look...   Thursday, May 27, 2004 (5:30 a.m.) 

> I really love this score, especially track # 13. Filled with such I
> emotion I believe.And then theres the Track #3 which I have loved. What im
> really disappointed in is that the fact that Mr Shore did not put in all
> the music that was in the Movies. Such as the fight between Aragorn and
> Lurtz in the First movie near the ending.And most of the songs in The TWO
> TOWERS when the barrage against Helms Deep comences. I dont kno what they
> missed in RETURN OF THE KING, so I completely adore the soundtrack.
I
> dont believe you might've though a 14 yr.old would write this

Well, cheer up, my young friend (and I'm happy to see younger score fans), there are plans to release a 9 CD set with the complete scores of the trilogy. I don't know exactly when, but perhaps by the time the Return of the King expanded DVD is released at the end of the year.


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Cesar
Re: look...   Friday, July 2, 2004 (10:28 a.m.) 

> I really love this score, especially track # 13. Filled with such I
> emotion I believe.And then theres the Track #3 which I have loved. What im
> really disappointed in is that the fact that Mr Shore did not put in all
> the music that was in the Movies. Such as the fight between Aragorn and
> Lurtz in the First movie near the ending.And most of the songs in The TWO
> TOWERS when the barrage against Helms Deep comences. I dont kno what they
> missed in RETURN OF THE KING, so I completely adore the soundtrack.
I
> dont believe you might've though a 14 yr.old would write this

In return of the king, they missed out the part where the rohirrim are on the hil ready to charge. The music here is great, but it was skipped in the soundtrack, But I still liove it all the same, especialy #4 and the one called the black gate opens. P.S. I am thirteen, still younger than you:D and i'm a Lord of the Rings know it all, if you have any questions that need answering, email me at patrick.gilhooley@ntlworld.com


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