I, unlike most people, like the film, even though it was a bit corny. But it was intense and fun, and nobody supports those two film themes like Trevor Rabin. Very much like Gone In Sixty Seconds, but better. The disc is full of great music, but the best tracks are obviously the ones which sport Rabin's talent for action music, like THE HYPERION JOB, TRAIN ESCAPE and JESSE'S RIDE. Rabin also manages to bring a touch a romance to the score. LIFE'S A BEACH represents this well. LONG SPRING, BETTER POSTERS is also a great track. It starts with a soft, touching guitar piece that suddenly brings about a bit of contemporary, pumping rock-western music. While hearing this, the listener who has seen the movie gets the picture of Will McCormack making a weird face after seeing his WANTED poster sketch. The traditional lack of order is strong here. The first and second track in the film are last and second to last on the album, and visa versa for the last track in the film. I believe that there is a very legitimate reason for this. The way the music functions in sequence on the disc is better than the sequence in film order. Contrary to what others say, I recommend listening to the disc before seeing the film: you will be looking for the support the music gives in the action scenes.
But who cares which you enjoy first? Both are an immense amount of fun when brought together.