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Comments about the soundtrack for The Musketeer (David Arnold)

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Re: No, quit your blabbering and answer my questions...
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• Posted by: Brendan Anderson   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, September 2, 2001, at 10:24 p.m.
• IP Address: 146-122.campus.augsburg.edu
• In Response to: Aww, quit your babyin' boy! (Jockolantern)

> You're just mad because my favorite composer's summer movie score (Elliot
> Goldenthal w/ Final Fantasy: TSW) got a higher rating than your favorite
> movie composer's summer movie.

Sure...I'm really concerned about you and you alone Jocko...oh, by the way, are you going to allow the sun to rise and set on your fat head tomorrow? I thought I'd check with you first before I made any outdoor plans...

> Admit it!

Admit what? All I'm asking is why Christian's review overlooked some very fine points of the score which make it a more enjoyable listening experience...not addressing the sub-themes and small motivic developments of the action cues makes this review lacking in providing an accurate discription and analysis of the score as a whole. I could care less what anyone thinks of the score, but at LEAST let people know what's in it instead of comparing it to Independence Day for 3 paragraphs...

-Brendan



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