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Comments about the soundtrack for Titus (Elliot Goldenthal)

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Re: I forgot something
• Posted by: Defrère Jérémy   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, July 15, 2003, at 8:10 p.m.
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• In Response to: And why are your reviews so ?? - I forgot som... (Anthony)

> I forgot to say that I am angry about soundtrack's world nowadays : I
> listened some extracts of POTC by Klaus Badelt and it's very very very
> bad. It's sounds like The Rock + The Peacemaker + Gladiator. I want Alan
> back !!!!! I waited this score but when I learnt that Silvestri was
> rejected, I thought that maybe Badelt could do something not so bad, like
> his Time Machine or K-19 (which are very good). But what I'm listening to
> his a mix of Mediaventures' old scores, the same sound, again and again...

Hey, dude, you're almost acting like Christian actually admitted he idolizes the whole Media Ventures' sound provided by Zimmer & Co, but if you take a better look at Christian's older reviews of MV scores, you'll realize that's far from being the case. With regard to Titus, of course, I do also think this is an absolutely astonishing piece of work & all that, that it proudly stands among Goldenthal's finest efforts to date and that the reviewer's opinion is downright wrong (or, at least, he's not understood it, WHATEVER) but, unlike you, I don't bitch about it, I just live with the impossible idea that someone, somehow, may not like this score and go on listening to the damn OST, without giving a damn what others think about it. Man, why do people such as yourself always feel compelled to write such non-sense?

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