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Comments about the soundtrack for The Passion of the Christ (John Debney)
Last temptation or Passion ?

Kocho
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Last temptation or Passion ?   Wednesday, July 28, 2004 (8:53 p.m.) 

This score, is sometomes very very close to the Last temptation of Christ Score by Peter Gabriel. I'm surprised that no one has point it out before. Of course Peter Gabriel's work had a great influence on modern scoring (Gladiator) but I find it ironic that people didn't notice that the music of the most "heretic" movie about Jesus was the main inspiration for "The Passion of Christ" ost.

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Kocho
Re: Last temptation or Passion ?   Sunday, August 8, 2004 (8:08 a.m.) 

Actually, this topic has been brought up before. Although some music sounds similar, John Debney went on his own on this one, and created a much more emotional score than Gabriel. Gabriel's score was to a much different movie than Debney's score. I hate to disagree, but I do not feel that the LAst Temptation of Christ was a "heretic" film. I just think that those who do not understand the story or the meaning behind it are too quick to judge. Even in the beginning of the film there is a statement that says that the movie is not based on the Gospel account of Jesus' life.

> This score, is sometomes very very close to the Last temptation of Christ
> Score by Peter Gabriel. I'm surprised that no one has point it out before.
> Of course Peter Gabriel's work had a great influence on modern scoring
> (Gladiator) but I find it ironic that people didn't notice that the music
> of the most "heretic" movie about Jesus was the main inspiration
> for "The Passion of Christ" ost.


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