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Scathing Shore Review

November 17, 2001 at 11:04 am by xoanon  - 

From: entertainment Weekly

“VARIOUS ARTISTS – The Fellowship Of The Ring (Reprise) With its blandly cartoonish notion of revelation, New Age music captures a child’s view of religion. So it makes sense that soothing music goddess Enya would get tapped for the soundtrack to a movie based on a book often associated with young people. The musician, whose fortunes have soared higher than defense stocks in the wake of Sept. 11, penned two pieces that lurk aid Howard Shore’s generic score. As usual with Enya, these faux-holy new odes simply reduce faith to goo. C- – JF” – Entertainment Weekly #627 November 23, 2001

(ouch -Xo)

Posted in Old Special Reports on November 17, 2001 by

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