Posted by: Cielag <Send E-Mail> Date: Wednesday, July 31, 2002, at 2:53 p.m. IP Address: evrtwa1-ar14-4-42-126-147.evrtwa1.dsl-verizon.net
I've been listening to various scores done by Trevor Rabin and I've noticed that there are a lot of simularities between each score. For instance, this particular score bears a striking resemblence to Armageddon, which had a distant "cowboy" theme which more than likely symbolized the American spirit. At any rate, American Outlaws also carries the same "American spirit". I believe my favorite track is "Jesse's Ride" because it has that certain action sequence you can just imagine in your head. Also, since I am a fan of Hans Zimmer (who can definately carry the "heroic" music from Crimson Tide and The Rock) this track shows definate signs of heroism and/or bravery. It's the kind of music (the entire score) that makes you want to jump up and yell, "Hoorah! Let's join the fray!"