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Back to Titanic [Soundtrack]

James Horner Audio CD
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1. Titanic Suite
2. "An Irish Party in Third Class (includes ""John Ryan's Polka"" and ""Blarney Pilgrim"")"
3. Alexander's Ragtime Band
4. The Portrait
5. "Jack Dawson's Luck (includes ""Humours of Caledon"", ""The Red-Haired Lass"", ""The Boys on the Hilltop"" & ""The Bucks of Oranmore"""
6. A Building Panic
7. Nearer My God to Thee
8. Come Josephine, In My Flying Machine
9. "Lament (includes ""A Spailp?n A R·n"")"
10. A Shore Never Reached
11. My Heart Will Go On (Dialogue Mix)
12. Nearer My God to Thee
13. Epilogue - The Deep and Timeless Sea

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Fans of the Titanic soundtrack will undoubtedly appreciate this sequel, a collection of original music and background tunes not found on the first disc. They won't be disappointed. The newly composed "Titanic Suite" and "Epilogue: The Deep and Timeless Sea" are patchwork quilts of James Horner's most moving themes from the movie. Despite a few awkward transitions in "Suite" (where melodies move from somber to uplifting), the compositions--played by the London Symphony Orchestra and the Choirsters of King's College, Cambridge--work well. There's also a lot of diversity here, such as Gaelic Storm's lively "An Irish Party in Third Class" and chamber group I Salonisti's "Alexander's Ragtime Band" and "Nearer My God to Thee." The misses are few: the breathy Maire Brennan's "Come Josephine, in My Flying Machine" is lethargic, and the movie dialogue peppering several songs (including Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On") is more distracting than effective. --Jason Verlinde

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Titanic ~ Back To Titanic

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4.0 out of 5 stars missing Irish Tune? Jan. 18 2008
Format:Audio CD
I love the Irish Music from the film. Why isn't the Irish music from the seen where Jack and Rose are running from the cop on the cd. If you watch an old film from 1985 called Heaven Help Us, music composed by James Horner, there is a seen in the movie with the same music. I know there is a version of it called Bean Phaidin, but I am looking for the exact music from the movie. It's almost as if James Horner does not want anyone to have this music. If anyone can tell me what that particular music in the movie is I would really appreciate it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Music is Great March 29 2004
By Maged
Format:Audio CD
Hi..
i liked the music of this movie so much but i've a question..i wanted to know the name of the music that was played by (Orchestra on the movie) when the ship was sinking..there was 4 actros playing it.i just wanted to know the name of it..
Maged
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4.0 out of 5 stars Plenty of Extra Music not in First Soundtrack Jan. 27 2004
Format:Audio CD
When I saw this CD, I knew there were going to be plenty of tracks on it that weren't on the first one, some of which were the reason i bought the first. The ones that were missing were all on here, although i don't quite understand the disasterous and almost overbearingly repetitive (especially during Irish party in 3rd Class)dubbed voices, which, although I guess they were meant to put you back into the movie and time, are quite boring and obnoxious. Other than that, if you want a fast, relaxing, slow, tearfilled, heart-pounding CD you could listen to anytime (night is best), this is a buyer. Look for Nearer My God to Thee ( no voices, thank god), and The Portrait. CLASSIC HORNER!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Full of memories. Jan. 22 2004
Format:Audio CD
I've always love, and will love for the rest of my life, the "Titanic" soundtracks. "The Portrait," "Jack Dawson's Luck," "Lament"- all the tracks are wonderful. This, and the original soundtrack too, bring me back to the sixth grade and my very first crush, Leo DiCaprio. *Sigh*
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Format:Audio CD
I know that the following comment I use to start off my review regarding BACK TO TITANIC will sound confusing and pointless at first, but please bear with me... there's a reason why I mention it.
I remember once in 1989 or so flipping through an issue of ROLLING STONE magazine out of sheer boredom, and happened across a review of the Guns n' Roses recording "G N' R Lies" which was released at the height of that band's mania, and the opening lines of it stated the following: "Given that Guns N' Roses could probably release an album of Baptist hymns at this point and go platinum, it would be all too easy to dismiss 'G n' R Lies' as a sneaky attempt by the band to throw together some outtakes and cash in on the busy holiday buying season. After all, half of 'Lies' was released in 1986 (as the EP 'Live Like a Suicide'), and one of its four new studio tracks is simply an acoustic version of 'You're Crazy,' from 'Appetite for Destruction'. The arithmetic is simple: hungry fans plus ***any*** new product plus hordes of holiday shoppers equals one profitable little stocking stuffer. The good news is that 'Lies' is a lot more interesting than that."
That's the sort of comment that could very easily be made about BACK TO TITANIC, an album that I was heavily suspicious of upon its issuing. The movie had just been released on home video in a frenzy of highly-deserved popularity, and this CD was also unleashed on the world at the same moment in time for the holidays. Looking at the track listing, I was unimpressed: it looked like it was simply an excuse to release a new CD for raking in extra cash, and the fact that it also "boasted" not one, but *two* recordings of "Nearer My God To Thee" and "My Heart Will Go On" with movie dialogue added didn't exactly help boost my confidence.
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5.0 out of 5 stars the 2nd greatest soundtrack ever!... April 17 2003
Format:Audio CD
This soundtrack picks up where the last leaves off and does not disappoint. Both beautiful and thrilling, this cd is one of the best out there. I love this one as much as I love the first and can't go a day without either. I strongly recomend this to everyone. Excellent music and a cd worth buying. It's one that you will definately cherish.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Still Seaworthy But... Jan. 5 2003
Format:Audio CD
The follow-up soundtrack for Titanic is better than I expected. Sure, the only reason for its release, was to further exploit the success of the film. However, there are plenty of strong tracks from composer James Horner, to warrant purchase. The recording begins with an expansive track called "Titanic Suite". For this Horner hits all the right "notes" and combines many motifs heard in the film, as well as, the previous soundtrack. The nearly 20 minute suite is well orchestrated and certainly is a high point of the CD. The other highlight for me has to be "The Potrait". The track is an impressive piano solo by the composer himself. There's also 2 source music cues heard in the first half of the film, and a few additional cues by Horner, from the film that were not included on the first CD.
The CD is not without its faults though. I could have done without both versions of "Nearer My God To Thee" It seems like the only reason that there were 2 interpetations of that song was to pad the album. Speaking of padding, the CD's 11th track is Celine Dion singing "My Heart Will Go On". I have to say that I really HATE that song. The fact that someone added dialogue from the film didn't make me like the over rated song any more, than I did the first time I heard it. Talk about getting too much airplay.
Those problems aside, I still recommend this return trip based on the strength of Horner's "Titanic Suite", and the cues from the soundtrack that were not part of the original album. The CD has 13 tracks and runs for 79 minutes and 4 seconds
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