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Comments about the soundtrack for The Sum of All Fears (Jerry Goldsmith)
Does the score have the cool rendition of the Star Spangled Banner?

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Does the score have the cool rendition of the Star Spangled Banner?   Monday, June 10, 2002 (5:49 a.m.) 

I thought that was the best music from the movie -- very creepy!

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Re: Does the score have the cool rendition of the Star Spangled Banner?   Monday, June 10, 2002 (8:06 a.m.) 

> I thought that was the best music from the movie -- very creepy!

.............thank god NO it doesn't. That was one of the most awkward and distracting scenes in the movie, because of the "singing".

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Re: Does the score have the cool rendition of the Star Spangled Banner?   Monday, July 1, 2002 (4:17 p.m.) 

> .............thank god NO it doesn't. That was one of the most awkward and
> distracting scenes in the movie, because of the "singing".

I want to find that solo by the man singing the national anthem. it was really quite cool, and i liked the drums. if anyone knows how to get that, or the artist who sang it, please email me at LiLStTony@hotmail.com


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Re: Does the score have the cool rendition of the Star Spangled Banner? *NM*   Friday, July 19, 2002 (11:29 a.m.) 



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Re: Does the score have the cool rendition of the Star Spangled Banner?   Friday, October 25, 2002 (6:44 p.m.) 

That is not a different rendition of the National Anthem....it is just a later verse of the actual American anthem. If you listen to a full version of the anthem, you'll hear that verse. It is not an original rendition, as many seem to believe.

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Re: Does the score have the cool rendition of the Star Spangled Banner?   Sunday, June 27, 2004 (7:20 p.m.) 

> That is not a different rendition of the National Anthem....it is just a
> later verse of the actual American anthem. If you listen to a full version
> of the anthem, you'll hear that verse. It is not an original rendition, as
> many seem to believe.

They just want the drums, retard.

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Re: Does the score have the cool rendition of the Star Spangled Banner?   Tuesday, September 28, 2004 (6:34 p.m.) 

> That is not a different rendition of the National Anthem....it is just a
> later verse of the actual American anthem. If you listen to a full version
> of the anthem, you'll hear that verse. It is not an original rendition, as
> many seem to believe.

It is actually the last half of the 4th verse. I think I have heard that verse TWICE in my 45 years. That's how rarely it is done.

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