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Comments about the soundtrack for The Musketeer (David Arnold)

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Quit Bitching: Dogmans Best
• Posted by: chris
• Date: Wednesday, September 5, 2001, at 3:25 a.m.
• IP Address: 203.213.0.3
• In Response to: "Oooooh! Now he's mad!" (Jockolantern)

> Ah, yes. Isn't everyone concerned about me in one way or another?? I
> know, my endless knowledge is just too boundless for you guys. lol j/k
> But, my head isn't all that fat, so I don't see any validity in your above
> statement. . .

> And all I'm saying is that I was just joking around in that previous post.
> I thought it practically seeped over with sarcasm! ^_^ And, about the
> action cues bit. . . I see plenty of small motivic developments in the
> Total Recall and many Elliot Goldenthal action cue moments. So, why
> don't you?? Just a thought. . .

> Sayonara!
:| Jockolantern

Some interesting comments here kids, 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!




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