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Re: Question for Jon Broxton
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• Posted by: AhN   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, August 6, 2022, at 11:58 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Question for Jon Broxton (Jonathan Broxton)

> Truthfully, I barely remember Ghost Protocol. I've seen the film, and I
> own the score, but absolutely nothing about either of them sticks out in
> my memory.

Score I definitely understand, but nothing from the film?? The Kremlin heist! The Burj Khalifa sequence! The parking garage fight! The one reversible hoodie!

(It's probably my 2nd or 3rd favorite film in the series lol)

> As for Elfman's original, I actually didn't care for it very much when it
> first came out - it felt kinda loud and noisy and unfocused. As it came
> out in '96 I never reviewed it first time around (I didn't start my site
> until the summer of '97), and I honestly I don't think I've played the
> whole score for 20 years, so it's possible that my opinion may have
> altered in the intervening period. It will definitely be part of my
> Throwback Thirty series, so check back in May 2026 for further details wink

It sure is growing on me. Every time I hear "Zoom B" I have to yell "Red light! Green light!" synced up with the music.

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