It's Soundtrack Sunday again! The day where I post awesome music to write to or just listen to for pleasure if you're a fellow soundtrack junkie. I just saw Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials this past Thursday. I'm still a little torn about it. It was an interesting film, but so different from the book. Check out my full review on Geeks Under Grace. If you'd like to check out the book before seeing the film, take a look at my review.
Regardless of the movie's radical plot transplant, the score is excellent. So good that I'm doing yet another piece from this soundtrack for SS. John Paesano does it again with an amazing score. He did fantastic with the Maze Runner. I've posted my two favorite pieces from the score here on the blog called "Finale" and "Goodbye." This piece is very apprehensive and uneasy at the beginning with a Spanish touch with the guitar and slowly builds into an epic finish with horns. I love the imitation heartbeat sounds and the horror element strings. This is perfect for listening to while writing a building tense moment for a sci-fi or fantasy. You can listen to more epic music in my Soundtrack Sundays YouTube playlist.
Have you heard this piece before? What do you think of it? Have you seen or read the Scorch Trials?
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