I liked 'The Reaping' film, however the John Frizell soundtrack seemed a safe choice compared to the usually suspenseful work of Philip Glass which was rejected for some reason. Why was the original track rejected?
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An interview with Philip Glass regarding The Reaping suggests reasons that the soundtrack may have been rejected (his expertise was in character films rather than action, and the direction of the film kept changing):
Glass is known for self-plagiarizing, and I have found a review suggesting that he used some of the rejected material in his 2007 opera Appomattox, which might explain why we are not finding recordings of the score or copies of the film with that score.