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Comments about the soundtrack for Seven (Howard Shore)

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• Posted by: William Wade   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Sunday, September 5, 2010, at 3:24 a.m.
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Pasting judgments as facts, based upon desires and expectations is clearly most fallible, and only hindering to another's experience of the thing to which you proclaim to know, as it was intended to be understood.
So common, yet so presumptuous an error, it is the basis for all dishonesty. It is not only the fault of the structure of our english language and it's limitations (particularly in regards to the "lowest common denominator" model), but also it is the fault of those who choose the path of least resistance, and consequently the path of least, and most vaguely conveyed, out of fear of facing that we really don't know much of anything. And that which we think we do, is so loosely based and held together as to be holographic in our consensual agreement. This selfish, and time consuming attempt to validate oneself by judging others and everything else possible, only helps to further disconnect us from each other and the authentic experience of our world and ourselves.

You unfortunately so missed the point behind this score it is almost laughable, but, acutely ignorant and pompous is my final judgement, of which I am not excused from the above human predicament.
Watch the collectors edition audio commentary on "the sound" and music of the film for a little more insight into the brilliance of this score. It seemed to go right under you as your feet don't quite appear to be touching the same earth as the rest of us.

Good Day to you Sir.

William Wade

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