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Comments about the soundtrack for Pirates of the Caribbean (Klaus Badelt and co.)

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Re: So bad it made me wish I was deaf!
• Posted by: Chisa
• Date: Thursday, March 4, 2004, at 4:24 a.m.
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• In Response to: So bad it made me wish I was deaf! (Matt Johnston)

> I hated this awful score!

> The first 10 seconds of it sound like my little sister playing on her
> keyboard.

> I turned this noise off after 15 minutes.

> Bring in Alan Silvestri for the sequel!....PLEASE!

> Klaus Badelt needs to come up with better material then this crap like
> "The Time Machine"

> no stars.

Very interesting indeed... Do you know anything about scores? I liked this one a lot! I think it goes very well with the movie and that is what counts. I also bought the score and I am listening to it constantly.
You want Alan Silvestri? Oh please, He wasn't that good on The Mummy Returns!
Why do all people always have to repeat the crap 'serious' critics talked before?? (see above) Maybe this soundtrack sounds like The Rock or any other music by Zimmer/Badel, but was the Rock or Lion King(or the Last Samurai) that bad?? I love the Score of Pirates of the Caribbean!
And please don't make such ridiculous wishes like 'I want to be deaf' maybe one day You will...And I'm sure there will be a lot more great scores in the future...(from Alan Silvestri,too ...I hope...);)

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