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Even though John Williams has scored plenty of tense or dark moments, I don't consider the vast majority of his music in those instances "evil". He has such a sense of underlying humanity that his mus

I’ve always found this to be suitably creepy and or evil:  

100% this. John Williams simply doesn't have the capability to create something "evil".   Scary? Tense? Dark? Menacing? Absolutely. But Williams has been touched by God, and he couldn't comp

27 minutes ago, Nick1066 said:

I believe music can have a spirit to it that we don't understand. There's a reason it can touch in a way language can't, and why its so universal.

 

I know whachu mean.

 

To address your question, @Edmilson,  I think an "evil" score would depend more on the life condition of the composer(s) beyond any subject matter or inspiration. To slightly expand on my initial post, I see one of the deep causes of evil to be a lack of empathy based on fundamental ignorances of the connectedness of life...and I'm drawing hella blanks on thinking of any music, let alone a movie soundtrack!, that feels, or as Not Me Nick posted, has a spirit, coming from that place.

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Damien: Omen II - It seems like the voices are delighted by every death depicted in the movie, it is not only articulating viciousness, but also embracing it.

 

Some sections from The Temple of Doom - Cues such as The Evil Potion, The Temple of Doom and Saving Willie can get extremely scary and brutal and again seem to get ecstatic about it.

 

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7 minutes ago, Brundlefly said:

Some sections from The Temple of Doom - Cues such as The Evil Potion, The Temple of Doom and Saving Willie can get extremely scary and brutal and again seem to get ecstatic about it.

 

I mentioned that earlier in the thread.

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