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

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Great Songs!!!
• Posted by: Director Eric   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, December 31, 2002, at 9:29 p.m.
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When I Purchased This Album, I Hadn't Seen The Movie Yet. Still, From The First Amazing Song Titled "Here I Am",To The Grand Love Song "I Will Always Return", The Songs By Bryan Adams Are All Stunningly Impressive. Even With Some Mediocre Songs, Namely "You Can't Take Me" or "Sound The Bugle", The Album Manages To Stay Strong Until The Grand Finale. It's Safe Enough To Say That Bryan Adams Is A Very Good Singer Whose Raspy Voice is Actually Neccesary In Creating A Magical Feeling In The Songs.
Hans Zimmer Did A Fantastic Job In Creating Several Simple Yet Complex Themes Which Obviously Give The Listeners The Feeling Of Bravery And Freedom. Using Fast Paced Music With Some Hints Of Electronics, Han Zimmers Effectively Portrayed The Picture Of A Free Roming Stallion. Except For Maybe "Rain", Most Of The Music Is Incredibly Strong And Effective. It's One Of Hans Zimmer's Best Since "The Gladiator". And This Is Coming From Someone Who Hasn't Even Seen The Film. Great Album!!! Great Songs!!!

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