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  1. Oh I'm not disappointed that they didn't re-create film versions. That's totally understandable. What I don't get is why you would move things like the alternate Rose and Portrait cues to the main program. I know Horner intended it this way, but the portrait scene is so iconic that it just makes sense to me to have that piano demo (flawed as it might be) in the main program. Same goes for Southampton.
  2. If they start cross-fading, I say they have to be stopped right now.
  3. If I buy expansions, I do both. If the expansions are so unsatisfactory that I only want to rip them and create an entire new listening experience (Back to the Future 1 and 2), I don't even bother buying them.
  4. I don't really understand why people are so okay with these things just because they can arrange their own playlists. If I buy a CD, I like the order of the tracks to be to my liking because otherwise playing them would be pointless. Excluding film versions from the main programme for me is just stupid.
  5. What is it with them trying to expand OSTs? That's exactly what killed Hook.
  6. Bought the Deluxe Edition of Back to the Future III a few days ago. Won't be getting 1 and 2 as they aren't complete enough to justify spending these amounts of money.
  7. Are you joking or being serious now? I honestly can't tell on these forums sometimes.
  8. What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    The Christmas secret. Terribly sentimental, way too predictable. Also some awkward scene transitions. But a nice score.
  9. BBC Proms 2017

    Is it customary to repeat these proms?
  10. What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Then why bring it up? If you spend 90 minutes on birds terrorising the world, why is it so difficult to explain it? What was the point, showing off special effects?
  11. What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Yeah, you're probaly right. Raiders is fine for me, though.
  12. What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Well, if you're happy with a bird onslaught in mono, good for you. I don't necessarily know if missing the visual aspect made the film any less exciting. As I said, it was interesting and intense enough in the beginning, but the story just didn't go anywhere. I was hoping that it would be revealed that Melanie had done something to upset them or something... anything.
  13. Hal Leonard Signature Editions

    I wish they'd release these digitally.
  14. What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    The birds. I usually avoid old movies like this because the obsolete sound usually reduces the enjoyment for me, but I felt I had to try this one because it's kind of iconic and, well, nothing good was on anyway. It all lasted too long. The women, minus Cathy, sounded really weird and artificial and Tippi Hedren's voice sounded so artificial that I had severe trouble trying to guess her age. Also don't understand why Melanie had to come after Mitch, her character is just odd and, let's see... oh yes, why exactly did the birds attack? Wouldn't an explanation have been nice after two hours? There was no score in this movie and that worked quite well. Despite everything coming from one speaker, the tension was always palpable, even though lots of birds sounded like angry cats to me.
  15. When can we expect to know more about a Hal Leonard suite? Is there an established timeframe for these publications?