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Comments about the soundtrack for Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (Zimmer/Adams)

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Re: The music for Spirit would have been Perfect if it didnt have Adams
• Posted by: Michael Björk   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2002, at 12:56 a.m.
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• In Response to: The music for Spirit would have been Perfect i... (Trey Simons)

> Hans Zimmer did one of the best scores for this movie that I have ever
> heard, but that jerk of a singer, Bryan Adams, screwed up the entire movie
> and soundtrack with his excuse for singing. Hans Zimmer is not to blame at
> all. If you look into the past I can name dozens upon dozens of movies
> that were huge hits and had Zimmer for the composer. Yet, I dont think
> that there is a single thing that bryan adams has done in the music
> industry that is even worth a glance. Hans Zimmer got his name disgraced
> because a wannabe of a singer got his name on a contract and completely
> messed up a great movie.

> P.S. The movie would have been perfect without any singing, anyone would
> have been better than bryan adams.

Hi Trey!

Yeah, i fully agree with you. I dont care for Bryan Adams either. Why didn't they just realease the score on a "score only" disc and Adams shitty songs on another disc. Matter of fact i just hate soundtrack records with pop artists appearing on it. A soundrack album should only have the orchestral score from a movie and nothing else.


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