Well the 2nd Score definitely did not disappoint. A whole fresh, new and quite frankly scary sound from Mr. Young. He built up so much tension in the later songs like 'The Iceberg' and 'Every Man For Himself'. And as always telling a beautiful (and this time tragic) story and version of events. As always Adam has successfully re-told the melancholy story of the Titanic which is only mirrored in the score.
From this second score, I again could imagine all of the panic on the Titanic, similar to the feeling of euphoria and sense of magic when landing on the moon and discovering the wonders of the universe. Adam always seems to hit the nail on the head with where the music takes you, whether it be his scores, Owl City or any of his projects (even The Grizzly).
Though I do have to say, I enjoy the overall mood of Apollo 11. The overwhelming sense of exhilaration compared to the devastating and crushing feeling of knowing the amount of death's (just because someone thought lifeboats looked unattractive and someone wanted to take a shortcut.)
I hope you all enjoyed the RMS Titanic Score as much as I did, and feel free to give any opinions on the music and any theories about what the next one could be about (or what you want it to be about.)
Anyway toodle pips,