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

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This is rich
• Posted by: Markus
• Date: Tuesday, June 14, 2005, at 11:32 p.m.
• IP Address: dialup-4.178.60.52.Dial1.Seattle1.Level3.net
• In Response to: Re: Clemmensen himself refers to review of "fi... (palanciyan)

Yeah, legitimate criticism of a poorly conceived review pretty much does signify that I consider all reviews wholly without merit, since they're all just satan! Please.

No, I'm not kidding, and I'm not "twisting" anything. This review is explicit in its representation of being a film score review, and not a film score album review. If it were an album review, I'd expect at least even the slightest semantic hinting at such a thing. But instead I'm left with repeated instances where the "film" music is criticized, and not the "album" music.

So you can keep it up the parallels to religious nuts, if it makes you feel like you're getting an edge on the argument. But my point still stands: in the discussion of this film score, Clemmensen makes flat-out false assertions and he refuses to correct them. The review is inaccurate.

> Are you kidding? Your examples don't support your argument because you're
> trying way too hard to twist the language away from its general meaning
> (it isn't working.)

> Really, you remind me of:

> https://www.filmtracks.com/scoreboard/main.cgi?read=145894




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