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This review is from: Doctor Who Original Music from Series One & Two (Audio CD)
Soundtrack CDs can so often be a let-down. Not so here - pretty much all of the music here is genuinely fantastic. It could be enjoyed in its own right, but if you've followed the two series of Doctor Who closely there's an added dimension as each track recalls favourite moments - some happy, some sad, some just downright exciting.
Plus, the two songs performed by the wonderful Neil Hannon (of The Divine Comedy) are a welcome addition, both being great, lively tracks which benefit from his versatile voice.
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Initial post: 30 Jul 2010 01:16:58 BDT
Miss E. J. Wort says:
Is there anything special about the CD pamphlet that goes with the hard copy? I adore the music, just wondering which is better to get - the mp3 download or the physical CD.
In reply to an earlier post on 24 Apr 2011 11:33:51 BDT
I Have Seen the Fnords says:
Not really, but obviously it's better to get the CD version for the superior sound quality, but if you're going to be listening to it on you iPod or mobile phone you may as well get the download version.
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