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• Posted by Yavar Moradi
• Date: Sunday, July 16, 2006, at 1:05 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: I'm confused... (Southall)

> When Movie Wave was down and I wondered whether to bother spending money
> to bring it back, I explored other options, one of which was writing for
> FMOTW. In the end I thought it would be good to do it, anyway - a way of
> reviewing scores I probably wouldn't otherwise get to hear. (Ten
> Commandments is the exception to that rule. I did that one because the
> person who was meant to review it never did, so it was a last-minute rush
> job from me.)

So basically it's because they supply you with the copy of the score to review.

Makes sense.

You should add the "-" to your Movie Wave link in your sig...


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