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Album Review

Titanic was a phenomenon in more ways than one. It was certainly unheard of for a film to break the billion-dollar barrier, but it was also unheard of for a largely instrumental soundtrack album to stay on top of the music charts for weeks on end. And it was James Horner's instrumentals that did it, too — if it was just Celine Dion's single keeping it there, her own album would have fallen down the charts. So, Horner's Titanic was a blockbuster on par with the film, but there was one thing that distinguished it from James Cameron's movie — there could be a sequel to the soundtrack. Both Sony Classical and Horner realized this simple fact, so they released Back to Titanic to coincide with the video release of Titanic in late summer 1998. Since much of his original score was on the original soundtrack, he had only a little bit of unreleased music for Back to Titanic. No problem — fill out the rest of the album with Celtic music that served as inspiration for Horner and Cameron (Enya, however, is curiously absent), and add a new version of "My Heart Will Go On" that has film dialogue layered over the original recording, à la the popular radio-play version of Springsteen's Jerry Maguire love theme, "Secret Garden." The end result may be a little padded, but it's no less enjoyable.

Customer Reviews

A Titanic Album For Everyone

I love this album... started listening to it again and forgot how great it was.. the suites at the beginning and end of the soundtrack are amazing... If u dont want to sit through titanic for another 3 hours get this it'll bring back all the same emotion as sitting watching the film. and the dialogue version of celines' Massive hit is great.. She rocks bigger than that iceberg that caused you know what... enjoy people...

Titanic Score

Gr8 album, music is amazing. Track 1 'Titanic Suite' is worth buying the album for alone. You will never forget it.

Back to Titanic

Fantastic album, all the tracks are great


Born: 14 August 1953 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Famed for his lush, sweeping scores for films including Braveheart, Apollo 13, and Titanic, the prolific composer James Horner was born in Los Angeles on August 14, 1953. Educated at London's Royal College of Music as well as local universities USC and UCLA, he landed his first motion picture assignments during the 1970s, scoring B-movies like The Lady in Red, Humanoids of the Deep, and Battle Beyond the Stars for producer Roger Corman's New World organization. By 1982, Horner had moved on to major...
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