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Comments about the soundtrack for Titus (Elliot Goldenthal)

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so since I like danny Elfman, I am stupid?
• Posted by: JS Park   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, July 8, 2004, at 12:51 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: is a totally stupid biased ... (Christian Clemmensen)

Just because I am a very big fan of Danny Elfman's work, doesn't mean that I am a maniac or that I know nothing about classical music. Wow Christian, you continue you show yourself=pissing me off. I have to tried to stick up for you with my posts but all I seem to learn is that I am a punk for liking Danny Elfman and/or Elliot Goldenthal but don't love John Williams like EVERYONE ELSE. Oh dear I guess that makes me NOT mainstream....I appreciate William's works a lot but I just don't worship him like everyone else so sorry. Also, to say I know nothing about music history is very judgmental because I have played piano for oh say 10 years (I am 15) and I do believe I am well versed in the masters (Bach, Mozart, Liszt, Chopin, Bartok etc etc). I am pretty good with theory as well. SO thanks for calling me an Elfman maniac! Like I said before, see if I stand up for you anymore and you’re ridiculously biased reviews. I appreciate your view and opinion on matters but that post you made (the graphic) is absurd. I love your website so I shall return. I am not going to say I won’t be back b/c that isn’t true and we all know I will be. But thanks A LOT for making me feel nice and stupid!

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