By Alain Del Rio
Track 5 will send chills down your spine.
Hans Zimmer Rocks!
One of my all-time favorite movie soundtracks. Hans Zimmer nailed it with this one. I don't know if anyone else has noticed this, but some of the cuts on this soundtrack sound "shaky". Not sure, but I may have received a corrupted file on this one. Otherwise it's a pleasure to listen to.
By Sub Hunter
Such a powerful piece of music! One of my favorite soundtrack pieces.
Crimson Tide (Soundtrack)
choral parts are not clear - need written words to follow. Album overpriced for content/quality
Wrong soundtrack review
Unless I am completely out of my head but the above review is for the "Gladiator" soundtrack instead of the "Crimson "Tide" soundtrack, right?
Zimmer is incredible!!!!
This is definetly one of Zimmer's best scores without question. The tracks may be really long but I like it that way. The only track I didn't like was #3. The best tracks are: 1.Roll Tide- this may be the last track but it is the overture to the film and one of the most powerful overtures in film history. 2.1SQ- Although this track is long it is exciting just about the whole time 3. Mutiny- the first track but is excellent
If you loved the movie like I did, love movie scores like I do, or lover Hans Zimmer's music like I do, then don't hesitate to hit buy album
This is considered one of the greatest soundtracks of all time
By The Flint
The cue "Roll Tide" is so spectacular. The cue is played in 1,4,5. Track 5 is the best one. Trust me, youll like it.
Nothing short of perfection
Hans Zimmer out did himself with this soundtrack. It is an extremely powerful score that gets me pumped every time i listen to it. My favorite song is Roll Tide. Enjoy
Definitely Zimmer's Best Work
Hans Zimmer has really been the punching bag for a lot of music critics out there lately, mainly for the cookie-cutter "sound" that his and other Media Ventures composer's works tend to have. While such music is not necessarily bad, it does not often fit into the onscreen situations into which they are inserted.
Forget about any of Hans Zimmer's other scores that fit the above description: this isn't one of them. Crimson Tide totes one of the most spectacular themes that I have ever heard, which is featured prominently on this album; it is very heroic. The use of electronics throughout the score fits the mood of the movie perfectly.
My only complaint is the length of the tracks, specifically "1SQ" and "Alabama." They are much too long, in my opinion, but a little editing can fix that problem. I recently stumbled upon an "expanded" version of this score that manages to separate the much longer tracks into more digestable portions.
This work is, by far, Zimmer's number one of all time. Check out his other scores along with similar works such as The Hunt for Red October or K19: The Widowmaker if you enjoyed this masterpiece.
Another Great Zimmer
By Defender of the Post Office
Go Navy. 'Little Ducks' is hauntingly beautiful. Amen, Robert 1155.