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

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Know the rules before you protest against them
• Posted by: You Yourself and Dick
• Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2005, at 9:03 a.m.
• IP Address: async151-3.nas.onetel.net.uk
• In Response to: Christian crybaby (Markus)

> I anticipate a snarky reply back from the legions of ... yes ... fanboys
> for Christian.

I like smartass comments, especially when used against fanboys. I'm not a Clemmensen worshipper either. That said, however, you're missing the point. These reviews are a capsule in time, and only about the album even at that. Even in the Revenge of the Sith review, there are disclaimers about the incompleteness of the CD. None of these soundtrack reviewers can physically view all the films. There isn't time for them to go back and change each review after watching the movie either. You have to know the rules before you can protest them.

Being an asshole is great, but you have to have some logic behind the smarts. You sound like the anti-Filmtracks fanboys even though you're probably better than that.

And: you've been visiting this site since 1999 without figuring out that it reviews CDs and not the scores in films? You lost your stock right there.




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