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  Well, Brendan, I still don't have Da Vinci Code...  
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• Posted by Yavar Moradi
• Date: Sunday, July 2, 2006, at 4:04 p.m.
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• In Response to: Toss-up (Brendan Anderson)

> On a related note, will you people make up your minds about the DaVinci
> code?! I still can't tell if people think it's a purchase-able score, or
> if I shouldn't bother. Some love it, others say it's terribly boring. My
> own preferences don't even help...I like Hannibal, but I don't like Last
> Samurai. What's a score-fan to do?

But I'm somewhat interested in it. Apparently the highlight of the album is the one track by Richard Harvey, who's the composer of Animal Farm which you recently copied from me, so if you like that as I do...


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