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Hello!

I'm Dan from Boise, ID.

New Top ten list (10/25/05)

1. Tomorrow Never Dies (Hey, it gets played the most over the years!)
2. Batman. (2nd score bought waaaay back in the day. love it)
3. The Empire Strikes Back (Pure Perfect)
4. The Rocketeer. (still great, just not listened to as much.)
5. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. (So cool in soo many ways.)
6. Jurrasic Park Lost World (still about the Bongos.)
7. World is not Enough. (really needs the ski scene added.)
8. Stargate. (great score, tv show blanded it out though)
9. King Arthur. (track 2, and 6, Yummy)
10. King Solomon's Mines (Goldsmith Gold)

My old (2003) top ten scores would be:

1.The Rocketeer (it was my 3rd score that I purchased).
2.Batman (2nd score and probably the most listened to)
3.Tomorrow Never Dies (Trying to tumble the Batman)
4.The Empire Strikes Back (Most listened Williams score).
5.Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (Belly of the Steel Beast...Wow!)
6.Stargate (Give my regards to King Tut).
7.The World is Not Enough (Wow, two Bonds on one list).
8.Jurrasic Park: The lost World. (It's allll about the Bongos!)
9.King Solomon's Mines (loved it as a kid).
10. Matrix Reloaded (Yeah its too soon to put this here but man I cant stop listening).

I also enjoy collecting toys and do a pretty wierd toy blog. Check it out if you are interested in going crazy!





Dan's toy Museum






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