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Comments about the soundtrack for Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (John Williams)

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• Posted by: Markus
• Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2005, at 2:47 a.m.
• IP Address: dialup-4.191.36.142.Dial1.Seattle1.Level3.net
• In Response to: who are the horse's asses... (Krikarian)

Directly from Filmtracks.com Mission Statement, https://www.filmtracks.com/about.shtml:

"Filmtracks' goal is to provide reviews of film music from a fan's perspective to other film music fans."

By the way, I posted that because nowhere in that statement does it say "CDs" or "albums" or "Music as presented on CD" or "CD releases." It says "film music," which I would interpret as being --- and this might be a stretch --- the music in films.

But I could be wrong. If you folks who can't spell, or use grammar correctly, or even -- and I know this is a stretch for your fingers -- use the shift key, want to keep repeating this CD nonsense, you can. Maybe if you say it enough times, it'll come true! :-)

As far as I'm concerned, when you all say things like that, I feel like I'm being treated with "such disrespected."

Cheers! :-)

> perhaps you star wars whiners might remember that this site is for
> reviewing CD releases, not the scores in the film--did I say film???. the
> cd for this film sucks so badly, regardless of the music presented in the
> film, that i had to re-edited half of it to even bare listening to it.
> what's that damned throne room music doing here? it's not in the movie.
> why is the opening so badly edited? why are soundtracks treated with such
> disrepected by the distributors...and now the composers themselves?

> now, brats, get over it and move on.

> oh, yeah, and by the way... the movie stank, too.

> now whine about that for a while.

> keep up the good work you've been doing, Christian.

> krik




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