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I would give it higher marks but whoever arranged the music does not know what they're doing.
If you play:
It loses its effect and just becomes annoying noise to the point where your head is about to explode and when at last for just a few seconds you turn the blasted noise off it is a tremendous relief and you think 'Thank goodness for that!'
I mean, guy walks up to flat (dramatic music, heartbeat music) knocks on the door (dramatic music, heartbeat music), woman opens door (dramatic music, heartbeat music), 'Hiya' he says, 'Hello' she says.
Some of the other music is just a horrid wailing sound!
It really was a challenge for me to just not turn it off and I'm not sure I'll be able to sit through many episodes if it continues like this as it really does my head in.
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