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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Close to Excellent

    Orchestral pieces in this incredible work were mostly centered around an all-alluring darkness, which is not what most like to hear on a daily basis. Although not entirely composed of loud, fear inducing material, it also contained a share of quiet, and thoughtful songs to ponder over. And, if one sets to thinking of the mood of these songs, a powerful, controlling sound is sensed, striking the listener with a certain awe-inspiring element. All together a wonderful selection of music, and worth the while of buying, this is a soundtrack should be added to your personal collection.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Movie, Great Soundtrack

    Wow! Howard Shore has shown once again that he deserves that Grammy he won for the first score in the trilogy. The only reason that I rate this soundtrack at 4 stars is the fact that it didn't quite live up to the majesity and wonder of the first. The first score fulfilled my expections as did the movie. And it also seemed that Enya fell off the face of the earth. She added a beautiful voice to the first score that would have helped in the second. Other than that, I would recommend this soundtrack to any LOTR fan as it captures every dark and light mood from the movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    amazing

    THE MOVIE REVALS THE MUSIC ALL I CAN SAY IS WOW IF YOU GET GCD LISTEN TO GOLLUM SONG THAT IS VERY SAD IF YOU HAVE READ THE FELLOWSHIP THEN YOU KNOW THE TRUE STORY OF GOLLUM HE WAS NEVER BORN EVIL AND IT KLIKE THE MUSIC TELLS YOU PREETY MUCH THAT

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Dark, Stirring and Royal

    "The Two Towers" is a wonderful work! Shore successfully touches on all emotions by resurrecting familiar character themes from the first score and mingling them with some new themes. "Passage Through the Marshes" is incredibly creepy. The Rohirrim theme is royal and proud. The Uruk-Hai theme is fierce. The hobbit theme is assuring and gentle. "Gollum's Song" is hollow, haunting and hopeless. A grand, majestic listen!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2009

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