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Issue 035: Clones, Wars, Music

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Star Wars: The Clone Wars - the movie soundtrack.

In 2008, George Lucas took everyone a little off-guard by announcing that the animated Star Wars show in development, The Clone Wars, was going to get its own theatrical release to kick off the series. Debate immediately raged among fans disoriented by the idea of an animated Star Wars movie. What was to be expected? What would it look like? And just as importantly, how could there be a Star Wars movie without John Williams composing for it?

John Mills and Matthew Rushing discuss their initial reactions to the film and its reception, then move on to a deep-dive on the subject of the score by Kevin Kiner. What were its strengths? 

Does it still feel like Star Wars?

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John Mills and Matthew Rushing

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