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Comments about the soundtrack for Pearl Harbor (Hans Zimmer)

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Re: Not enough music...
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• Posted by: Vestard   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, January 3, 2002, at 3:45 a.m.
• IP Address: cache1.ut.ee
• In Response to: Not enough music... (Michael)

> I Love the score to Pearl Harbor, but I think that the music as heard in
> the film is more powerful than on the album. There are numerous cues that
> could have been put on CD, most of the memorable ones being the cue
> described earlier, as well as the attack cue (The percussion sequence as
> the planes were flying over Hawaii), as well as the dog fighting music
> when Rafe and Danny got the planes in the air and fought those few
> Japanese planes. I found that the album had too much of the main theme in
> it and did not fully develop the score as a whole, and that is why I think
> it is not appreciated as much as it should be. If the album was reworked
> and a good 60-70 minutes were put on the album, it would have been MUCH
> better. Still a great score though. ***

> Michael

Whow,yeah-I'm absolutely agree with You!But have You any idea what WE could do in this case?We all want to get a new soundtrack with all deleted music cues, but the producers of this music won't do it, I think!Have You some objections about that?

Vestard




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