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Comments about the soundtrack for X-Men (Michael Kamen)

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Trevor Jones, X-Men, and Dark City
• Posted by: Don Smith   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, September 29, 2001, at 2:29 p.m.
• IP Address: spider-tf082.proxy.aol.com

There is a lot of talk about the trailer music in the third trailer spot on the DVD version of X-Men that focouses on Wolverine. It builds up with an orchestra an then relaeased a kick-ass theme that is worthy of the hights of the most popular action themes today. Personally, it reminds me of Trevor Rabin's heroic theme for Armaggedon(if you have the video version of the movie starring David--X-Files--Duchovney called Playing God, a trailer of Armageddon actually has a longer version of the trailer music that I'm talking about). Anyway, as soon as the guy naorrating on the trailer says "It's time for one hero to make a stand" the theme bursts out, knocking my socks off.

Can anyone tell more if they are positively sure that this music can be found on the last (Score) track of Trevor Jones' Dark City. If it is, Jones can create a action cue.

If you have info, please respond so I can get this music.






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