The Attack of the Clones soundtrack.
As the prequel trilogy entered its second chapter, John Williams continued to build his sonic oeuvre from a galaxy far, far away. While The Phantom Menace told a tale of wonder, discovery, and heroism, Attack of the Clones was to be a tale of intrigue, mystery, and fateful love.
In this episode of Aggressive Negotiations, Jedi Masters John Mills and Matthew Rushing review the soundtrack’s successes, its missteps and its home-release format to see how Williams’ score measured up, and whether he found the right symphonic voice to match Lucas’ increasingly computer-generated visuals.
What is your opinion of the score for this much-maligned Star Wars film?
John Mills and Matthew Rushing
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