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Comments about the soundtrack for Transformers (Steve Jablonsky)

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Re: Clemmenson has nailed it. I totally conur.
• Posted by: Nemanja Calic   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, December 24, 2007, at 1:31 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Clemmenson has nailed it. I totally conur. (Kiddo)
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Like I said before: STEVE JABLONSKY RULES!!!!!!!!!!!!
TRANSFORMERS is an Oscar material, mind my words!
I think all of you are overreacting to the lack of the animated series theme. It has no place here! Next, about it's "unoriginality". All of you, understand this: STEVE JABLONSKY IS ZIMMER'S SCHOOL! THE STYLE IS SAME! (Ramin Djawadi, Harry Gregson-Williams, Klaus Badelt, Trevor Rabin, Brian Tyler, Nick Glennie-Smith) YOU GET MY POINT?!!!?

If you tell me you like DiCola music better, than I really doubt your ability to judge soundtracks.



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