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Comments about the soundtrack for Titanic (James Horner)

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Titanic is nothing short of AWESOME
• Posted by: Anthonyuk2001   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, May 28, 2002, at 4:57 p.m.
• IP Address: gw102.dsl.iadfw.net

I was listening to "Titanic" the other day, and although the First track: Never an Absolution is bland, I found the rest of the album to be quite enjoyable.

Never an Absolution: I found this track to be a little bland, I was expecting a great big opening to the CD. But nevertheless, this track is soothing, and sounds great.

Distant Memories: I loved the electronic voices at the beginning, and the suddenly speeding up of the muisic towards the end, a very enjoyable track.

Southampton: My all Time Favorite! This track is pretty self-explanatory. The synthesized voices are awesome as well as the musical cues in the middle, and I loved how the track slowed down towards the middle, and then how the synthesized voices came through again, completely awesome.

Rose: A beautiful piece of music, Rose's theme is very soothing, with Sissel's vocals over the instruments, and the ending to the track is so haunting, it is a beautiful track.

Leaving port: This track is rather exciting too, again the Southampton theme rolls in again, for a few seconds in the track, but the rest is just a remix of the southampton track mainly, but quite enjoyable.

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Take her to sea, Mr. Murdoch: Exactly as above

Hard to Starboard: Some nice soothing music at the beginning, and some action\disaster cues at the end, make this track. I can't say this track is at all soothing as it signals trouble, and panic. a nice piece of action music, but I will have to agree with the First review: Defenitely to be skipped past, Second Review: The Metal clangs are not where it's at.

Unable to stay unwilling to leave: This track has some dramatic music to it, and some more of the action music towards the end, pretty much the same as above

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The Sinking: Same

Death of Titanic: In this track some more of the Synthesized voices come in, as that signals the complete sinking\death of the Titanic, and rose's lover Jack, a very sad piece of music, but somewhat entertaining as well.

A Promise Kept: Introduces a new style of music to the album, sort of bittersweet, but entertaining as well.

A Life so changed: This track is basically a repeat of "Never An Absolution", with out the bagpipe beginning.

An Ocean of Memories: Another one of my All Time Favorites, the beginning, very soothing with those electronic voices used in "Distant Memories", and Sissel's voice, the end is very emotional, and I just love how it swells with emotion at the end. This is an Awesome Track

My Heart will go on: This is a lovely original pop song, performed by Celine Dion, and music by James horner. This song adapts the main theme from the whole Album and gives in a pop style, this is another soothing track.

Hymn to the Sea: Ah, couldn't go without this, a combination of mostly all of the tunes to the Titanic album and gives them sort of a military style, a good listen, and yet another great track.

Again I say, this album is nothing short of AWESOME, I recommend it to every James horner fan, and even non-horner fans, throw away your Jerry Goldsmith CD's, this is what started me to collect JAmes horner's CD's. If you don't have it, get it immediately.




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