Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Batman: Expanded Archival Collection [1989-2010]

[Daniel Schweiger]
There’s something about clowns and circus evil that brings out Danny Elfman’s best, giddy darkness. Combine that with the first non-superhero to most popularly embody all that is good and brooding, and you’ve got a landmark score that wiped away the smirks of Elfman’s detractors, establishing this art rocker as a symphonic composer of the first order. Since he roared out of that Batcave in 1989, Danny Elfman’s powerhouse work has arguably stood as the most influential “comic book” score of the past two decades. And for just about as long we’ve had a pretty good distillation of his BATMAN soundtrack to dance in the pale moonlight with. So what better place this week to finally roar in with a complete, two-CD set of Elfman’s masterwork than the San Diego Comicon- the superhero geek event that prides itself on unveilings. And it’ll be La La Land Records’ booth #429, that will be the next best thing to getting into the Batcave for those film score fans lucky enough to attend an event only slightly less insane than The Joker.

Back in 1989, few would have thought that the leading member of Oingo Boingo could have attacked a score of BATMAN’s magnitude. After all, Elfman was more pop jester than John Williams, at first winning acclaim for the bouncy, calliope rhythms of such hits as “Dead Man’s Party” and “Weird Science.” But it was exactly that sense of near-demonic, child-like fun that director Tim Burton was looking for when he hired Elfman in 1985 for their respective Hollywood feature debuts on PEE WEE’S BIG ADVENTURE. Elfman’s delightful, tinkertoy sound matured to new orchestral dimensions on their next teaming on 1988’s BEETLEJUICE. When Burton announced that film’s star as his Dark Knight for his biggest picture yet, Elfman could have considered himself lucky enough to have his attachment to BATMAN fly under the radar with all of the fan outrage that accompanied the unlikely casting of Michael Keaton. Hollywood naysayers drew their venom for what seemed like a colossal mistake in handing these enfant terribles the key to the big budget kingdom. But armed with the muscular orchestrating talents of an ersatz Robin in Shirley Walker, Elfman was going to prove his critics dead wrong.

There are few movie music moments when you know a big gun has entered the room- the sweeping orchestral strains of Williams’ SUPERMAN among them. Now a “new” hero was arriving with an attitude for a far more jaded generation of fans. And when those menacing strings rose with glistening percussion, before bursting into a galloping, instantly memorable theme, you knew this was one of those holy shit musical moments- the sound of major talent arriving on the scene like a bat out of hell. Better yet, for all of the snark this upstart composing punk took for his rock origins, Danny Elfman was a guy who actually knew his classical symphonic antecedents. And Burton was just the kind of director who was going to place that music front and center.

In just about every respect, the first BATMAN reboot was all about giving the finger to the camp excesses of the TV show that had made comic books, and their adaptations, synonymous with goofy kids’ stuff. But where most superhero films and scores now equate that with being bleaker than bleak, what distinguished BATMAN’s brand of Frank Miller / Bob Kane-inspired darkness was that it wasn’t afraid to have fun- just not the stupid kind. And for all of its brooding symphonic grandeur, Elfman’s music was well aware of its two-color origins- the fact that he wasn’t making a Freudian statement with all of this.

Instead, the key word here was Wagner- a composer who knew one thing or two about the concept of the leitmotif. One could even say that his Ring operas were the first movie scores, driving the hero on his quest with tightly constructed melodies that delineated characters and their emotions beyond a doubt. Yet Elfman used that Wagnerian technique with a big, twisted grin, its straight melodic line often spinning into action riffs more fitting for what Carl Stalling would’ve done on a Warner Brothers’ Merry Melody. For Elfman’s funkily costumed Siegfried was a romantically forlorn social misfit, charging into battle with off-kilter militarism. And when it came to his cackling foe, the Joker was musically cast as the ultimate evil clown. His sound was half movie score, half Boingo as Elfman embodied his dastardly acts through a warped lullaby, calliope rhythms, a wee-ooo Theremin, swooning waltzes and an inspired bastardization of Stephen Foster’s “Beautiful Dreamer.” Yet in the end, the opera was the thing about BATMAN’s score, the score never failing to nearly scream “Pow!” with booming church organs, a Latin-inspired chorus for the batmobile, and themes always charging into the fray like an avenging dark angel.

The success of BATMAN forever established a playfully twisted, grand guignol vibe to Elfman’s work in the superhero genre, one that would get even more carnival crazy for BATMAN RETURNS. It’s a trademarked sound that’s appeared in stylistic permutations for every time Elfman has been pulled into the comic book world for the likes of DICK TRACY, DARKMAN, SPIDER-MAN and WANTED, not to mention what will undoubtedly be an off-kilter score for THE GREEN HORNET next year. But BATMAN would always remain the trendsetter. And while the original album (remastered on the second CD) did an exceptional job of editing Elfman’s 75 minutes of score into two sides of an LP, hearing it all here (with outtakes to boot) is even more of a revelation. But it’s the Joker’s music that seems to get the last laugh within the previously unheard and extended material, particularly in his creepily satiric percussion, not to mention the music of his lethal cosmetic commercial. But if there’s a real prize to be had for fans in this archival BATMAN, then it’s in the uncut action sequences, especially for the Joker’s climactic balloon parade, as the heroic strains of the Batwing swoops in between the villain’s skull n’ bones shenanigans, as typified with gas-spewing balloons that sound like xylophones having a head-on collision with an orchestral choo-choo train.

In an age when the mature, musical sophistication of Elfman’s BATMAN has evolved into something that’s positively grim (if barely melodic on purpose at that), there’s something elating in listening to the composer’s superhero score-cum-fractured fairy tale in all of its knowingly imposing, neo-Germanic glory. The maestro probably wouldn’t have approved of how Elfman drew on his style to become Hollywood’s most successful musical Joker. But that’s the career-making joy of BATMAN, a great subversive superhero score if there ever was one.


Disc One: Original Score (film version)
1. Main Title* (2:42)
2. Family*/First Batman*/Roof Fight* (3:24)
3. Jack Vs. Eckhardt* (1:37)
4. Up Building*/Card Snap* (1:54)
5. Bat Zone*/Axis Set-Up* (1:55)
6. Shootout* (5:42)
7. Dinner Transition*/Kitchen Dinner* (**)/Surgery* (3:00)
8. Face–Off* (**)/Beddy Bye* (3:59)
9. Roasted Dude* (1:03)
10. Vicki Spies (Flowers)* (1:56)
11. Clown Attack* (1:59)
12. Photos*/Beautiful Dreamer* (***) (2:30)
13. Men At Work* (0:33)
14. Paper Spin*/Alicia's Mask* (0:30)
15. Vicki Gets A Gift* (1:13)
16. Alicia's Unmasking* (1:10)
17. Batman To The Rescue*/Batmobile Charge*/Street Fight* (4:25)
18. Descent Into Mystery* (1:33)
19. Bat Cave*/Paper Throw* (2:48)
20. The Joker's Poem* (0:59)
21. Sad Pictures* (0:38)
22. Dream*/Challenge*/Tender Bat Cave* (**) (4:28)
23. Charge Of The Batmobile* (1:43)
24. Joker Flies To Gotham (Unused)*/Batwing I* (0:31)
25. Batwing II*/Batwing III* (6:02)
26. Cathedral Chase* (5:07)
27. Waltz To The Death* (3:58)
28. Showdown I*/Showdown II* (5:05)
29. Finale* (**) (1:47)
30. End Credits* (1:29)
Disc One Total Time: 75:40

Disc Two: Original Soundtrack Album (remastered)
1. The Batman Theme (2:37)
2. Roof Fight (1:22)
3. First Confrontation (4:43)
4. Kitchen/Surgery/Face–Off** (3:09)
5. Flowers (1:51)
6. Clown Attack (1:46)
7. Batman To The Rescue (3:57)
8. Roasted Dude (1:02)
9. Photos/Beautiful Dreamer*** (2:31)
10. Descent Into Mystery (1:33)
11. The Bat Cave (2:35)
12. The Joker's Poem (0:59)
13. Childhood Remembered (2:43)
14. Love Theme** (1:30)
15. Charge Of The Batmobile (1:41)
16. Attack Of The Batwing (4:45)
17. Up The Cathedral (5:05)
18. Waltz To The Death (3:56)
19. The Final Confrontation (3:48)
20. Finale (**) (***) (1:46)
21. Batman Theme Reprise (1:31)

Bonus Cues:
22. News Theme* (0:11)
23. Joker's Commercial* (1:23)
24. Joker's Muzak (unused)* (1:15)
25. Main Title (alt 1)* (2:42)
26. Photos*/Beautiful Dreamer (alt)* (**) (2:33)
27. Batman To The Rescue (original ending)* (0:52)
28. Charge Of The Batmobile (film edit)* (1:47)
29. Main Title (alt 2)* (2:47)
Disc Two Total Time: 68:20
Total Running Time: 144:00

* Previously unreleased
** includes "Scandalous" composed by Prince with John L. Nelson
*** includes "Beautiful Dreamer" composed by Stephen Foster

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The last version poster

Red band trailer of Let Me In

Hey check out a new red band trailer for Matt ReevesLet Me In, starring Chloe Moretz (Kick-Ass), Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Road) and Richard Jenkins (, The Visitor, Dear John). The movie is the U.S. remake of the instant 2008 Swedish classic Let The Right One In.

Twelve-year old Owen (Kodi Smit-McPhee) is viciously bullied by his classmates and neglected by his divorcing parents. Achingly lonely, Owen spends his days plotting revenge on his middle school tormentors and his evenings spying on the other inhabitants of his apartment complex. His only friend is his new neighbor Abby (Chloe Moretz), an eerily self-possessed young girl who lives next door with her silent father (Richard Jenkins).

A frail, troubled child about Owens’s age, Abby emerges from her heavily curtained apartment only at night and always barefoot, seemingly immune to the bitter winter elements. Recognizing a fellow outcast, Owen opens up to her and before long, the two have formed a unique bond. When a string of grisly murders puts the town on high alert, Abby’s father disappears, and the terrified girl is left to fend for herself. Still, she repeatedly rebuffs Owen’s efforts to help her and her increasingly bizarre behavior leads the imaginative Owen to suspect she’s hiding an unthinkable secret. The gifted cast of Let Me In takes audiences straight to the troubled heart of adolescent longing and loneliness in an astonishing coming-of-age story based on the best-selling Swedish novel Lat den Ratte Komma In (“Let the Right One In”) by John Ajvide Lindqvist, and the highly-acclaimed film of the same name.

Let Me In opens in theaters on October 1, 2010.

Sunday, July 25, 2010

The Black Bird Soundtrack [1941-2010]
Delight for Jerry Fielding fans! World premiere release of complete soundtrack to David Giler send-up of THE MALTESE FALCON with George Segal (as Sam Spade, Jr.) plus players from original 1941 classic (Lee Patrick, Elisha Cook, Jr.). Fielding establishes with lively, frenzied idea for orchestra plus synthesizer, then goes in numerous directions: sparkling big band, dramatically rhythmic, politely romantic, deadly serious, you name it. Intrada presents score in dynamic audio from excellent condition 1/4" two-track stereo session masters courtesy of Sony Pictures. Produced by Douglass Fake. Nick Redman offers insights on film, score in colorful booklet. Jerry Fielding conducts. Intrada Special Collection release limited to 1500 copies!

Track listing
01. Main Title (02:57)
02. Down The Shaft (01:37)
03. Flakey Lady Tango (02:35)
04. Dead Body (00:35)
05. Exterior Rhythm Room (00:45)
06. Reminiscent Rhythm Room Medley #1 (02:19)
07. Reminiscent Rhythm Room Medley #2 (01:50)
08. Chase Through Kitchen (01:19)
09. Anna's Life Story (03:15)
10. First Seduction Scene (01:41)
11. Be Careful (01:52)
12. Palace Of Fine Arts (01:26)
13. Litvak's Muzak (02:13)
14. The Rescue (02:25)
15. Second Seduction Scene (03:44)
16. Palace Of Fine Art Revisited (00:54)
17. Litvak Dances And Dies (03:09)
18. Big Fight (00:24)
19. Funky Street (01:08)
20. The Revelation (01:13)
21. End Credits (02:14)

Total Duration: 00:39:35

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George Washington Soundtrack [1984-2010]

World premiere 2-CD release of massive Laurence Rosenthal soundtrack for epic MGM television mini-series with Barry Bostwick. Rosenthal offers magnificent score with abundance of period flavor, Americana melody, bright military splendor, exciting Revolutionary War action. Fanfare-theme for title character anchors but Rosenthal also plays two beautiful love themes, ideas for numerous iconic images & characters (Washington crossing the Delaware, Benedict Arnold, signing of Declaration of Independence, massive Battle of Monmouth, so forth). Generous 2-CD set prepared from composer's personal 1/4" (7 1/2 ips) mono tapes of full recording sessions plus surviving 1/4" (15 i.p.s.) mono session masters stored in MGM vaults. Joe Sikoryak & composer provide notes on project, scoring. Laurence Rosenthal conducts. Intrada Signature Edition limited to 1000 copies!

Track listing

CD 1

01. Overture (04:41)
02. Lord Thomas Fairfax (02:07)
03. The Fox Hunt (03:00)
04. Survey Montage (05:07)
05. George Meets Sally (02:27)
06. Sally And Martha (04:09)
07. The French Ambassador (02:15)
08. Goodbye To Sally (01:43)
09. In The Stable (02:56)
10. George's Fury (03:02)
11. Fort Duquesne (04:00)
12. No Discipline (01:30)
13. The Wedding (05:06)
14. Patsy's Seizure (01:56)
15. The Fan Remembered (02:12)
16. Patsy Dies (02:18)
17. Under The Willow Tree (02:17)
18. George Accepts (02:22)

CD 2

01. George Washington - Main Title (02:03)
02. The Officer’s Arrive (01:52)
03. Looting (02:07)
04. Chasing The Carriage (01:46)
05. "I'm Benedict Arnold" (02:53)
06. The Embattled ("Bunker Hill") (01:27)
07. Raising The Flag (03:04)
08. Night Crossing (02:42)
09. The Battle Of Monmouth (08:47)
10. The Declaration Of Independence ("Chester") (01:46)
11. Crossing The Delaware (02:19)
12. Marquis De Lafayette (03:12)
13. Martha At Valley Forge (02:53)
14. Boots (02:10)
15. General Rochambeau (02:11)
16. Treason (03:04)
17. Before Yorktown (00:40)
18. Battle Of Yorktown (02:33)
19. Washington's Triumph (01:32)
20. Going Home (End Credits) (03:19)

Total Duration: 01:45:28

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Thursday, July 22, 2010

Taken 2 trailer is here haha

If you miss something about the things you love along the way you have to see new trailer of Taken 2. Liam Neeson is awesome to find back his love.....haha.

Step Up 3D Soundtrack [2010]

New York's intense street dancing underground comes alive in eye-popping Digital 3D in the third installment of the Step Up franchise as the raw, passion-fueled culture goes global. A tight-knit group of street dancers, including Luke (Rick Malambri) and Natalie (Sharni Vinson), team up with NYU freshman Moose (Adam Sevani), and find themselves pitted against the world's best hip-hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will change their lives forever.

As the first-ever 3D dance drama, "Step Up 3D" is the first film of its kind to actually be shot in 3D -- a rising technical phenomenon that thus far has been reserved for high-concept, big-budget films. It's also the first 3D feature film to be shot entirely in New York City. Acclaimed director Jon M. Chu, who made his feature directorial debut on 2008's box-office hit, Step Up 2 The Streets, returns to direct.

Step Up 3D was written by Amy Andelson & Emily Meyer, based on characters created by Duane Adler. Patrick Wachsberger & Erik Feig of Summit Entertainment produce with Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot of Offspring Entertainment.

"STEP UP 3D - ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK" gathers new and previously unreleased tracks from a stunning line-up of hip-hop and R&B newcomers and superstars. The latest single from the collection, Trey Songz' "Already Taken," has just impacted Urban and Rhythmic radio outlets nationwide and is currently available at all DSPs. In addition, the track's companion video made its eagerly awaited debut this week on BET's 106th & Park and can be viewed online at

A number of songs from "STEP UP 3D - ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK" are also set to impact at multi-format radio outlets across the country, including the album's first single release, Laza Morgan's "This Girl," as well as Flo Rida's "Club Can't Handle Me" (featuring David Guetta), and Sophia Fresh's "This Instant." Companion videos for all three tracks are currently in production, with premiere dates still to be announced. Additionally, the digital single for Laza Morgan's "This Girl" is currently available at all DSPs. Other artists contributing recordings to "STEP UP 3D - ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK" include Estelle, T-Pain, Jesse McCartney, and more. The full track listing will be announced shortly.

"STEP UP 3D - ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK" follows Atlantic's two prior Step Up collections, now approaching cumulative sales of 1 million. The hugely successful soundtracks, released in 2006 and 2008, featured a stunning number of major hip-hop hits, including tracks from Ciara, Missy Elliot, Plies, and Sean Paul, as well as Trey Songz' own Top 20 smash, "Can't Help But Wait," and Flo Rida's history-making #1 single, "Low (Feat. T-Pain)."

Track list
1. Club Can't Handle Me - Flo Rida (Feat. David Guetta)
2. My Own Step - Roscoe Dash & T-Pain (Feat. Fabo)
3. This Instant - Sofia Fresh (Feat. T-Pain)
4. Already Taken - Trey Songz
5. This Girl - Laza
6. Fancy Footwork - Chromeo
7. Beggin' - MadCon
8. Up - Jessie McCartney
9. Bust Your Windows - Jazmine Sullivan
10. I Can Be A Freak - Estelle
11. Whatchadoin' - NASA
12. Tear Da Roof Off - Busta Rhymes
13. Move If You Wanna - Mims
14. Shawty Got Moves - Get Cool
15. Irresistible - Wisin y Yandel
16. Let Me C It - Get Cool (Feat. Petey Pablo)

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Salt Soundtrack [2010]

As a CIA officer, Evelyn Salt (Jolie) swore an oath to duty, honor and country. Her loyalty will be tested when a defector accuses her of being a Russian spy. Salt goes on the run, using all her skills and years of experience as a covert operative to elude capture. Salt’s efforts to prove her innocence only serve to cast doubt on her motives, as the hunt to uncover the truth behind her identity continues and the question remains: “Who is Salt?”

Salt, directed by Phillip Noyce (Catch a Fire)from script by Kurt Wimmer and Brian Helgeland, co-stars Liev Schreiber (Defiance, X-Men Origins: Wolverine) as Winter, her ally and supervisor in the CIA’s Russia office, and Chiwetel Ejiofor (Children of Men, American Gangster) as Peabody, a counterintelligence officer who tries to take her down.

Salt will hit theaters on July 23rd., 2010.

Track listing
01. Prisoner Exchange (4:09)
02. Escaping the CIA (5:20)
03. Cornered (1:09)
04. Orlov's Story (4:43)
05. Chase Across DC (6:51)
06. Hotel Room Preparations / Parade (3:13)
07. Attack On St. Bart's Cathedral (3:10)
08. A Dark Goddamn Hole (1:47)
09. Taser Puppet (1:34)
10. You Are My Greatest Creation (4:13)
11. Destiny (2:22)
12. Barge Apocalypse (2:26)
13. Day X (1:37)
14. I'm Going Home (2:16)
15. Eight Floors Down (2:51)
16. Arming the Football (2:11)
17. Not Safe With Me (2:27)
18. You're About to Become Famous (1:38)
19. Mano a Mano (1:51)
20. Garroted (3:32)
21. Go Get Em (3:10)
Total Duration: 01:02:30 (VBR)

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Faster trailer's online

Check out the movie trailer for Faster starring Dwayne Johnson, Carla Gugino, Maggie Grace, Moon Bloodgood, Billy Bob Thornton, Matt Gerald, Courtney Gains and Annie Corley.

After 10 years in prison, Driver (Dwayne Johnson) has a singular focus – to avenge the murder of his brother during the botched robbery that led to his imprisonment. Now a free man with a deadly to-do list in hand, he’s finally on his mission…but with two men on his trail – veteran cop (Billy Bob Thornton) just days from retirement, and a young egocentric hitman (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) with a flair for the art of killing and a newfound worthy opponent. The hunter is also the hunted. It’s a do or die race to the list’s finish as the mystery surrounding his brother’s murder deepens, and new details emerge along the way hinting that Driver’s list may be incomplete.

Faster is directed by George Tillman Jr (Men of Honor, Notorious) and is scheduled to hit theaters on November 19th, 2010.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Predators Soundtrack [2010]

A bold new chapter in the Predator universe, Predators was shot on location under Robert Rodriguez’s creative auspices at the filmmaker’s Austin-based Troublemaker Studios, and is directed by Nimród Antal. The film stars Adrien Brody as Royce, a mercenary who reluctantly leads a group of elite warriors who come to realize they’ve been brought together on an alien planet… as prey. With the exception of a disgraced physician, they are all cold-blooded killers – mercenaries, Yakuza, convicts, death squad members – human “predators” that are now being systemically hunted and eliminated by a new breed of alien Predators. In addition to Adrien Brody, the film stars Topher Grace, Alice Braga, and Laurence Fishburne. Co-starring are Walton Goggins, Danny Trejo, Oleg Taktarov and Mahershalalhashbaz Ali.

The last movie to feature everyone’s favourite outer space slayers, the Strause Brothers’ Aliens Vs Predator: Requiem, was a dreary affair, marked by dim lighting, lifeless characters and poor pacing. Happily, director Nimród Antal (Vacancy) and producer Robert Rodriguez have gone back to Pred’ School 101 and studied what made the original so damn great. They’ve reinstated the jungle setting (this time it’s an alien world, but aside from a few weird venomous flowers, it’s near-identical to the Guatemalan backdrop of the 1987 flick), reinstated the scenery-chewing bunch of hardmen (and one woman) and, well, just made things fun again.
Like John McTiernan’s barnstorming original, this isn’t a movie with pretensions of being high-art. But in terms of pacing and action it’s often exceptional. Predators opens with a bang (a brilliant, snappy pre-credits sequence sees Adrien Brody’s black ops expert tumbling through the air before the title crashes in) and there are plenty more bangs (plus a scattering of booms, snarls and yells) before the 106 minutes are up.

Antal wisely takes his time before revealing the alien hunters in all their body-plated, mandibled glory, ratcheting up the tension as the heavily-armed anti-heroes discover what they’re up against while getting to know each other in a sweary, fighty manner.

This motley crew of professional killers and depraved maniacs are colourful, exploitation pic’ throwbacks who snarl every deliberately ridiculous line of dialogue and shoot first and ask exposition-prompting questions later. The cast judge the tone just rightly, with a brawny Adrien Brody (continuing his run of fun genre flicks after Giallo and Splice) and I Am Legend’s Alice Braga offering up a range of purse-lipped expressions and mild hints of humanity, while the likes of Walter Goggins (debauched loon), Laurence Fishburne (Colonel Kurtz-style loon) and Danny Trejo (drug-dealer loon) ham it up to the treetops, as per usual. You wouldn’t trust these doomed misfits babysitting your kids, but strangely they’re more appealing than the smug heroes of that other recent men-on-a-mission flick, The Losers.

If it wasn’t for the presence of CG monster-mutts, you could almost believe Predators was made in the late ‘80s, with composer John Debney delivering a joyful pastiche of the original score, and Antal shunning current trends of shaky camerawork and kinetic editing in favour of coherent action sequences and lingering, widescreen shots that highlight the jungle’s menacing beauty.

Inevitably, Predators doesn’t quite hit the thundering heights of the original. Once the monsters are uncloaked the tension dissipates somewhat, and there’s a lack of really crazy, blood-splattered set-pieces (though thanks partly to the skilful editing, it doesn’t feel as bland and bloodless as Paul WS Anderson’s AVP). But otherwise this is a riotous action-horror that’s aware of its silliness but wisely never descends into wink-wink irony. Revel in its ridiculousness.

01. Free Fall
02. Single Shooter
03. This Is Hell
04. Cages / Trip-Wire
05. Not Of This Earth
06. Hound Attack
07. We Run We Die
08. Predator Attack
09. Meet Mr. Black
10. They See Our Traps
11. Over Here
12. Smoke
13. Nikolai Blows
14. Stans' Last Stand
15. Hanzo's Last Stand
16. Leg Trap
17. Take Me To The Ship
18. Edwin And Isabelle Captured
19. Predator Fight, Royce Runs
20. Twisted Edwin / Royce Returns
21. She's Paralyzed
22. Royce Vs. Predator
23. Let's Get Off This Planet
24. Theme From Predator

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Just take a look at small preview

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Knight and Day Soundtrack [2010]

Knight and Day, (formerly titled Wichita and Trouble Man) is a 2010 action comedy film starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. The film, directed by James Mangold, is Cruise and Diaz's second on-screen collaboration following the 2001 film Vanilla Sky.

The film went through a period of "development hell"; which included a prior film director and multiple writers that worked on the script. Producers for Knight and Day went through multiple other actors for the lead roles before eventually settling on Cruise and Diaz. Adam Sandler, Chris Tucker, and Gerard Butler were considered by the film's producers for the male lead that later went to Cruise, and Eva Mendes was initially set for the role that Diaz later portrayed in the movie. The film's investors offset funding costs by paying Cruise a lower advance fee and neglecting to provide him with a share of the revenue until the financiers earn back their initial investment in the production. Filming took place in several locations, mainly in several cities located in Massachusetts, while other scenes were filmed in Spain and parts of Austria.

"Knight and Day" centers on a lonely woman (Cameron Diaz) whose seemingly harmless blind date suddenly turns her life upside-down when a super spy (Tom Cruise) takes her on a violent worldwide journey to protect a powerful battery that holds the key to an infinite power source. Grace is playing Diaz's sister, who is getting married, excited that Diaz will take the place of their late father and walk her down the aisle.

Knight and Day was released in the United States on June 23, 2010 and soundtrack released on July 13th.

Track list
1. At The Airport (04:42)
2. Rough Landing (03:45)
3. Trouble On I-93 (04:06)
4. Running From Roy (02:21)
5. Hostage (03:34)
6. Car Ferry (01:34)
7. To The Island Of Love (04:21)
8. In Austria (01:32)
9. Galley Fight (03:38)
10.Five Star (02:16)
11.June Spies (03:28)
12.He's A Spy (01:13)
13.Rooftops (03:20)
14.The Villa (02:27)
15.Reunion (04:26)
16.Bull Run (04:55)
17.Going To Cape Horn? Take A Jacket (03:07)

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The Sorcerer's Apprentice Soundtrack [2010]

Balthazar Blake (Nicolas Cage) is a master sorcerer in modern-day Manhattan trying to defend the city from his arch-nemesis, Maxim Horvath (Alfred Molina). Balthazar can’t do it alone, so he recruits Dave Stutler (Jay Baruchel), a seemingly average guy who demonstrates hidden potential, as his reluctant protégé.

The sorcerer gives his unwilling accomplice a crash course in the art and science of magic, and together, these unlikely partners work to stop the forces of darkness. It’ll take all the courage Dave can muster to survive his training, save the city and get the girl as he becomes The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.

The film, adaptation of the classic story from “Fantasia,” also stars Monica Bellucci, Teresa Palmer and Toby Kebbell.

Disney shakes hand with Trevor Rabin for score of this film's soundtrack from last year. And the album was out from 6th this month.

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice opens to theaters on July 16th.

Track listing
01. Sorcerer’s Apprentice (3:14)
02. Story of the Prime Merlinian (4:02)
03. Note Chase (0:38)
04. Dave Revives Balthazar (2:41)
05. Classroom (1:24)
06. The Urn (1:39)
07. The Grimhold (1:39)
08. Morgana Fight (2:59)
09. The Ring (1:43)
10. Walk in the Rain (0:42)
11. Merlin Circle (2:01)
12. Dave Has Doubts (0:53)
13. Becky and Dave on Rooftop (1:23)
14. Car Chase (3:53)
15. Seeing Veronica (0:55)
16. Story of Veronica (1:43)
17. Horvath Made Off With the Grimhold (1:12)
18. Kiss from Becky (0:33)
19. Bull Fight (2:10)
20. Balthazar Saves Veronica (1:12)
21. Sorcerer’s Apprentice Suite (2:28)
22. Fantasia Original Demo (4:21)

Enjoy and have a nice day.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Inception Soundtrack [2010]

Music From The Motion Picture was produced by Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe, Christopher Nolan, and Alex Gibson. Guitarist Johnny Marr (The Smiths, Modest Mouse, The Cribs) performs on eight of the tracks, including “528491” and “Time,” both of which will be available exclusively for purchase as full track downloads on Verizon’s VCAST on July 6th. The digital version of the soundtrack will feature two bonus tracks, “Projections” and “Don’t Think About Elephants.”

The acclaimed director of the phenomenal “Dark Knight” Christopher Nolan is back with a sci-fi action thriller that revolves around a complex but very impressive story line that will keep the audience reflecting over the miracles and dangers and also over positive and negative aspects of the human mind.

With an impressive international stellar cast the movie will see Academy Award winners and nominees sharing the screen together. Leornado Decaprio is Dom Cobb, the professional thief who’s doing an excellent job as the perfect thief in stealing what goes in the minds of other people in their dream state. Marion Cotillard plays Mal,the wife of Cobb,who has become the victim of what happens around her over which she has no control. Ken Watanabe plays Saito the perfect villain in the movie. Ellen Page, Cillian Murphy and Michael Caine also take part in the movie,playing significant characters.

Dom Cobb is the most sought after player in this game of idea stealing but it is at the cost of loosing the things that he love that has gained the position.The movie will see as Cobb is given an opportunity to make things right.But what he’s asked to do is not to steal but plant a new idea that is going to change so many things.Therefore,in order to win back what he has lost in his life he takes up an impossible mission.He has his team to support him but he was not prepared to the blackmailing villain who follows them in their each and every move.What are you expected to do when your worst enemy has the access to everthing you’ve planned and is there to destroy everything? That is the challenge faced by Cobb and his team in “Inception” as they try to do the reverse of what they did.So instead of stealiong an idea, will they succeed in planting an idea?

Elaborating on his latest directorial Christopher Nolan says that the driving force behind the script was to explore the capacities of mind.If anyone has the ability to access the mind of another what would be the consequences.He also pointed out that it was an idea that he had as a child that developed in to become a screen venture that deals with ideas regarding dreams and memory.According to Nolan the story was influenced by “The Matrix” ,“Dark City”, “The thertienth Floor”and “Memento”. The movie was shot in a number of international locations that included sets in Los Angeles,London,Tokyo,Paris,Tangier and Calgary giving the audience a chance to experience the nearest you can get for a world tour and movie is full of mindblowing and breathtaking visuals that’s going to leave the viewers astounded!

Track list as folloooowwww
  1. Half Remembered Dream
  2. We Built Our Own World
  3. Dream Is Collapsing
  4. Radical Notion
  5. Old Souls
  6. 528491
  7. Mombassa
  8. One Simple Idea
  9. Dream Within A Dream
  10. Waiting for a Train
  11. Paradox
  12. Time
Enjoy and have a nice day.

Small notice if you are in US and live with Hans Zimmer's love: Zimmer will sign copies of Inception: Music From The Motion Picture at Amoeba Music, 6400 W. Sunset Blvd., in Los Angeles on Thursday, July 15th, at 8 pm. A midnight screening of Inception will follow at the nearby Arclight Hollywood Cinema, 6360 W. Sunset Blvd.

The first 200 fans to purchase the Inception Soundtrack fan pack will receive a movie poster, the CD soundtrack, a guaranteed place in line to meet Zimmer at the signing, and a ticket to the midnight screening – the first official showing of the film – at the Arclight Hollywood. Packages go on sale at Amoeba for $35 beginning on July 13th at 10:30 am.

*** There are no bonus tracks Projections and Don’t Think About Elephants in this release. And it's confirmed there will be no bonus track this time.

Anyway if you like the super contained track of this trailer so here is the name of this song "Mind Heist" by Zack Hemsey.

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