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David A. Koran
Commercial   Monday, July 14, 2003 (11:04 a.m.) 

I was watching the advertisement for Seabiscuit and they played a classical song in it, as Sea biscuit was racing down the track and Tobey McGuire said, "Don't stop, don't ever stop." It was a really energetic inspiring song and I was wondering what it was called. Could someone email me about it please?? It's driving me absolutely crazy. AllieDR23@aol.com
Thanks! :-)

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Ziggy
Re: Commercial   Thursday, July 17, 2003 (10:54 a.m.) 

> I was watching the advertisement for Seabiscuit and they played a
> classical song in it, as Sea biscuit was racing down the track and Tobey
> McGuire said, "Don't stop, don't ever stop." It was a really
> energetic inspiring song and I was wondering what it was called. Could
> someone email me about it please?? It's driving me absolutely crazy.
> AllieDR23@aol.com
Thanks! :-)

It's not a classical piece it's from Jerry Goldsmith's score to "Rudy". I think it's the track "Take 'em Out".



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Ziggy
Re: Commercial   Monday, July 21, 2003 (2:37 p.m.) 

Thanks! :-)

> It's not a classical piece it's from Jerry Goldsmith's score to
> "Rudy". I think it's the track "Take 'em Out".
I found the part your talking about under a track called the final game (from the Rudy soundtrack) ....I know what you're talking about, in regards to the catchyness. Once I heard the cue I had to research the soundtrack.Hope I helped...

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Beatnik
Re: Commercial   Monday, July 21, 2003 (2:41 p.m.) 

> Thanks! :-)
I found the part your talking about under a track called
> the final game (from the Rudy soundtrack) ....I know what you're talking
> about, in regards to the catchyness. Once I heard the cue I had to
> research the soundtrack.Hope I helped...
Oh and according to Amazon, the track from Rudy is called "Take Us Out"

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Re: Commercial   Tuesday, August 12, 2003 (6:19 p.m.) 

Too bad Randy Newman couldn't come up with good enough music to use on the commercial. Jerry Goldsmith's score to Rudy is fantastic!

I found the part your talking about under a track called
Oh and
> according to Amazon, the track from Rudy is called "Take Us Out"


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