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Dogman's good, but not best...
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• Posted by: Brendan Anderson   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, September 5, 2001, at 7:53 p.m.
• IP Address: 146-122.campus.augsburg.edu
• In Response to: Quit Bitching: Dogmans Best (chris)

> Some interesting comments here kids,

Gee, thanks "dad."

> but the only one of any worth is
> the mention of LAST OF THE DOGMEN which must surely be Arnold's best
> piece of work, it's certainly the only one years later that still
> gives me that unique "tingle down the spine" factor that all
> great music should give!

Dogmen is great, and I feel it's best when listend to straight through in its entirety...individual cues may be a bit lacking on their own, but as a whole the score IS indeed fantastic...some of the slow driving cues with blasting brass are awe-inspiring.

But I think Tomorrow Never Dies, Stargate, and Independence Day can all tie for some of Arnold's best work...but ANY exercise in finding Arnold's "best" is kind of a futile endeavor considering most EVERYTHING he's written is very high quality.

-Brendan



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