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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: Defrère Jérémy   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, December 9, 2002, at 2:03 a.m.
• IP Address: 193.190.100.168
• In Response to: Re: The music for Spirit would have been Perfe... (Stephanie)

> This message is for every person who hasn't had a good thing to say about
> Bryan Adams' singing. What's your problem? Jealous, maybe??
Bryan is a
> fabulous singer and if he wasn't, he wouldn't have been chosen to do the
> soundtrack at all. Obviously, your opinions aren't shared by the people
> who chose him to do the songs on the movie.
Get a grip people. You may
> have a bad opinion, but just keep it to yourselves. It isn't worth reading
> trash.

> PS: My email address is there for all to see. There's no wimp writing
> this, so if you have something to say, by all means, feel free to do so!

All of you people need to grow up. There was no valuable or interesting argument in your comments, and they seriously lacked any sense of objectiveness.

Of course, like the rest of you, I hate all those boring pop songs found in stores - and this applies to Bryan Adams as well -, they all get on my nerves. But, unlike you, I fully accept that there are people in this world that love this kind of music and I respect that/them. It's as simple as that: if you don't like it, just don't listen to it!

And, please, before and instead of criticizing likes different to yours, at least, try and give us some good reasons and tell us why it's crap, so that we can discuss it like civilized men.

Of course, when I push the "Post comments" button, I'll be expecting you all to send me your threatening e-mails, but I won't read them because that'd be a total waste of time.

DJ

P.S.: I'm looking forward to reading something constructive about my response.




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