"Escape" Album Reviews

Perseverance Records released the score album for Escape on October 3rd, 2012, and so far, we have been able to find the following reviews, all of them positive!


“[…] this is a score that does hit all the high marks and really unleashes a beautiful theme for its locale. […] Recommended.”
- Danny Gonzalez, Examiner

“Wendler’s subtle writing and tenderly anguished use of melody makes Escape into a thoroughly engaging ordeal, powerfully charting a hero’s rise from his own inner grief at losing a child, along with the more palpable goal of getting away from his captors.”
– Daniel Schweiger, Film Music Magazine

“Both in concept and in performance the score attains an effective and pleasing sound quality, and its journey through the Thai landscape and imprisonment is enthusiastically captured by Wendler in this very fine score.”
– Randall D. Larson, Randall Larson’s Soundtrax

“In Escape, Wendler delivers one of his finest efforts to date.”
– Steven A. Kennedy, Film Score Monthly (reading requires an online subscription)

“Escape is a worldly but cohesive score, ripe for recycling by any major studio who want to make their latest action-adventure seem more adventurous.”
– George Bass, Glass Base


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Thank you so much to all who have listened and reviewed this album!


“I believe that I am better for having taken this journey and highly recommend this score for
inclusion in your collection.”
- Craig Lysy, Movie Music UK


“It’s a beautiful yet melancholy work invested with much heart, and makes for a very pleasant listening experience.”
- Randall D. Larson, Randall Larson’s Soundtrax


“It is crazy good and haunting.”
- Jørn Tillnes, Soundtrack Geek


“Wendler finds the perfect balance for the music. […] Edwin Wendler's score does a fantastic job of supporting the emotions of the story.”
- Kaya Savas, film.music.media


“If you like your music to be thought-provoking and introspective then this is a wonderful score.”
- Jim Paterson,