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Re: Eternals score is MUCH better in the film
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• Posted by: Soundtracker94
• Date: Monday, November 8, 2021, at 10:04 a.m.
• IP Address: mta-70-125-164-201.stx.rr.com
• In Response to: Eternals score is MUCH better in the film (jjstarA113)

> This is why whenever you guys complain about albums being too long I roll
> my eyes, cuz I remember when it was all too common for scores to have
> short soundtracks or go by unreleased. Y'all sound spoiled when you want
> soundtracks to be shorter, when what you really should be asking for is
> that scores nowadays be BETTER.

But not everything needs everything released from it. Even some of my favorite older scores I prefer the shorter album presentation over the entire work. What we really need is better album presentation, which sometimes means the complete score, or more typically just better selections from the work as a whole. But again, all of this is rather subjective on what makes a "better presentation" as there have been some composer curated albums that I really haven't cared for yet love the score in-film.

So... umm.... OH YEAH?!?!!????

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