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Comments about the soundtrack for Spider-Man 2 (Danny Elfman)

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Spider-Man 2 - Orignal Motion Picture Score
• Posted by: Logan   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, April 4, 2007, at 9:35 p.m.
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• In Response to: I would like to ask once again (Jon)

Greetings everyone!

Spider-Man 2 was a great film becuase of the great Action scenes,music,and story. When the Orignal Motion Picture Score came out I was really interested in buying it. And when I did I was very happy with the music, much like I loved the Spider-Man Orignal Motion Picture Score. But I was a bit confused on why they didn't use the actuall music I heard in the actuall film. I heard that Christopher Young composed the music for the Train Sequence. And John Debney composed the Pizza Man scene in the beginning of the film.

But I wish the could've put the Pizza Man scene in the start of the score right after the Main Titles sequence. And the university square when Peter was running and dropped his stuff over the floor. And whats up with tracks 10 and 11? Why are they bonus themes instead of the actuall movie scenes? I wish they could've put the actuall scenes in there instead of bonus tracks like 10&11. And I wish they could've put the full Armageddon/A Really Big Web theme in the Orignal Score instead of cutting a few seconds out of the score.

I hope one day they release a Full version of the Spider-Man 2 Orignal Motion Picture Score! That'll be cool would'nt it?

Talk to everyone later!

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