'Wizard People': The Underground 'Potter'
|News Media Commentary|
|Title:||'Wizard People': The Underground 'Potter'|
|Date(s):||09 April 2005|
|External Links:||'Wizard People': The Underground 'Potter' : NPR, Archived version (npr.org)|
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'Wizard People': The Underground 'Potter' is an NPR piece about Wizard People, Dear Reader, an unauthorized, alternative soundtrack to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. The soundtrack is "designed to be synced with a silent screening of the 2001 film, an adaptation of the wildly popular J.K. Rowling book."
Comic book artist Brad Neely thought it would be funny to create his own soundtrack for the film Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. The audiences who saw his creation, Wizard People, Dear Reader, thought it was funny too; but Warner Bros. was not amused.