Download links and information about Armageddon (Score) by Trevor Rabin. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 49:54 minutes.
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|2.||Harry & Grace Make Peace||1:43|
|7.||Harry Arrives At NASA||0:59|
|8.||Back In Business||1:35|
|16.||Death of MIR||1:30|
|18.||Long Distance Goodbye / Landing||6:30|
Say what you like about the movie itself — beginning with the scientific idiocy infecting the whole piece — Trevor Rabin's score for Armageddon is a nifty piece of work, despite the periodic appearance of his screaming lead guitar. Rabin has done an excellent job here of creating a score that supports a film that spends much of its time doing the flawed-men-against-impossible-odds routine. There are moments of sensitivity here and there, though the project itself hardly allowed for subtlety — the themes are suitably grand (and grandiose), performed with energy, and given plenty of adrenalin-triggering flourishes (as well as a lot of support from a battery of crisp snare drums.) As a nice bonus, the CD uses the CD-TEXT protocol, which provides the track titles via the main display of CD-TEXT-enabled players — unfortunately, the album title is misspelled as "Amrageddon." Dropped a rock, there, boys.