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Cameron007

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  1. I agree, Yates was what drove the movies down.
  2. I mean, it was written as a children's score (for a children's movie). It's very whimsical in nature, and I can see how it might be overbearing for some. But for its intent, I think it does its job well.
  3. I'll be the first to say ROTJ. That brass section is beyond gorgeous to my ears.
  4. Aren't there, like, 4 different edits of the Raiders March? The album version, the film version of the end credits, the Concord version of the end credits, and the abridged version on Concord disc 4.
  5. I agree with boll, I absolutely loved Doyle's score for Goblet of Fire. It's pretty melodramatic, which may put off some people, but to me it's lush and thematically rich.
  6. Ah, gotcha. I assumed it wasn't because it hadn't been mentioned before. But I also wasn't sure where else it would've gone. Thanks!
  7. So, is it safe to say "Rey Meets Luke" isn't part of "Destiny of a Jedi"? If not, where would that be?
  8. Yeah I prefer the album version overall. It's a sharper performance and thus, more majestic.
  9. That "Hold Hands" cue is really beautiful, albeit in a simple way. But it's one of my favorites, and I'm glad it was included.
  10. Actually, that reminds me. I need to draft up topic suggestions for the upcoming staff meeting at work...
  11. Now THAT would have been one hell of a subversion/reworking! Now I hope somebody makes a mock-up of how that could've sounded.
  12. Yeah, I'm not sure why Mike put 7M3 in its recorded spot, since it's completely irrelevant to the film's presentation anyway.
  13. Political controversies have no bearing on how good or bad Clapton's song would have been. We forget that celebrities are still people, and are thus entitled to their opinion.
  14. It's not nearly as badass without the drums that they STILL didn't add on the remastered version. "Film mixes" my ass...
  15. True, but that doesn't make it a dark score overall. Though I agree about Marley's motif.
  16. As far as my Williams knowledge goes, I'd say "Revenge of the Sith". Good chunks of that score are hella intense and/or give me the feels. "Temple of Doom" has some dark and scary cues, but is not as dark a score overall imo. I haven't seen WOTW or heard the score. Maybe I should?
  17. I prefer hearing the finer details of a score. If that can be achieved alongside an expansive sound, great. But if I can only have one, I'll almost always choose the details.
  18. For me, it's between "X Marks the Spot" and "Map/Out of Fuel". The Last Crusade is my favorite film in the series, so I think "X" gets the edge. But they are both great.
  19. I'd buy HP4 in a heartbeat
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