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Comments about the soundtrack for The Social Network (Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross)

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Re: Filmtracks = Asshole Central
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• Posted by: Doppity   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, January 20, 2011, at 6:21 p.m.
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• In Response to: Filmtracks = Asshole Central (Flanagan The Penetrator)
• Now Playing: Catch me if you can soundtrack

> This mother[bleep!]ing reviewer thinks he's good and funny but he's
> nothing more than a clueless clown-loving cunt. Fincher didn't hire John
> Williams, so don't think you're going to hear John Williams! This site is
> like asshole central for oldtimer soundtrack jerk-offs.

Awwww.Someone is closed minded. You can't for an opinion on a band if you only heard one song. This review may have been much, but filmtracks is by no means "Asshole central." The point of the whole review is that the music is noise, so don't by it. It is more of a warning then a review. I have listened to this God-awful soundtrack, and I agree with the critic.

Now they can't get John Williams (duh), but they could have tried. Get Clint Mansell! He's desperate for money! Or even John Debney, he's still looking for a memorable score. The soundtrack score sucks and the director could have at least tried.

Now for you Mr.jerk-off, I suggest reading more soundtrack reviews on this site. And to prove you wrong about being oldtimer, I own over 200 soundtracks and I'm only 16. Suck it and learn how to cope with truth.

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