Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Something Borrowed Soundtrack [2011]
11 songs are featured on the Something Borrowed Soundtrack including music by Natasha Bedingfield, Salt-N-Pepa, Collective Soul, Tyrone Wells, The Civil Wars, Peter Bradley Adams, Hipjoint, Dj Axel, King Floyd along with two tracks by Pt Walkley doing cover versions of the Counting Crows "Round Here" and Third Eye Blind's "How's It Going To Be".

The Something Borrowed Score is by composer Alex Wurman whose credits include the soundtracks to The Switch, March of the Penguins, Four Christmases and Talladega Nights.

A must see for fans of romantic comedy. Even though, Kate Hudson is the obvious beauty, you can't take your eyes of Ginnifer Goodwin. Every moment of the movie is spent rooting for her to get the love she so deserves. For me, this kind of romantic dynamic never gets old where one character is so over the top in love but the object of her affection is so painfully unaware with our heroine spending most of the movie working up the courage just to profess her love. Something Borrowed is based on a novel of the same title by Emily Giffin and released to theaters on June 10, 2011.

Track list
1. Running Around In My Dreams – Tyrone Wells
2. Little Too Much – Natasha Bedingfield
3. Poison & Wine – The Civil Wars
4. The Longer I Run – Peter Bradley Adams
5. Crank It Up (feat. Sherry St. Germain) – Hipjoint
6. Groove Me – King Floyd
7. Push It – Salt-N-Pepa
8. Round Here – Pt Walkley
9. How’s It Going To Be? – Pt Walkley
10. The World I Know – Collective Soul
11. Wanna Touch – Dj Axel


Monday, October 24, 2011

1941 Expanded Score [1979-2011]

La-La Land Records, in association with Sony Music and NBC Universal, presents the remastered and expanded 2-CD SET of AcademyAward-Winning composer John Williams' (JAWS, BLACK SUNDAY, STAR WARS, RAIDERSOF THE LOST ARK) amazing score to the 1979 Universal Pictures and ColumbiaPictures comedy spectacular 1941, starring Dan Aykroyd, Ned Beatty, John Belushi and Warren Oates, and directed by Steven Spielberg. Williams provides adelightful, full-on orchestra assault (featuring one of the most infectious marches ever written for film) to compliment this cult-classic's slap-stick tapestry of WWII-era paranoia exploding in Hollywood. Produced by Mike Matessino, Didier C. Deutsch and Mark G. Wilder, remixed and assembled by Mike Matessino and mastered by Mark G. Wilder, this special release is expanded by more than 70 minutes with never-before-released music, including alternates and source cues. The original 1979 album presentation is also presented on disc 2, remastered. 1941 Re-issue producer Mike Matessino provides exclusive, in-depthliner notes. Limited Edition of 3500 Units.

Disc 1
  1. “1941” Main Title 1:36
  2. Chrissie Takes AnotherSwim** 4:38
  3. Sub Commander / WildBill Kelso**  3:44
  4. Donna’s Obsession /Birkhead’s Pitch** 2:59
  5. Poppa’s Got a Gun* 1:13
  6. You Have Been Chosen / You, You, You*  2:11
  7. Capture of Hollis /Kelso Lost*  3:08
  8. The Crackerjack Box* 1:30
  9. The Sentries**  2:17
  10. The Escape of Hollis* 1:17
  11. More About Donna* 1:02
  12. The Count Down / Swing, Swing, Swing** 4:41
  13. The Brannigan 1:19
  14. Here We Go  4:22
  15. Kelso in Barstow** 3:42
  16. Service Tunes* :50
  17. Encounters* :56
  18. Kelso’s Attack / Deep in the Heart of Texas** 3:15
  19. Eat Lead* 2:48
  20. Defending the Homeland*1:46
  21. Wally Saves Betty** 2:00
  22. Sound Off / StolenMotorcycle* 4:23
  23. Ward's Big Gun* 1:45
  24. Going My Way Sister* 2:08
  25. More Kelso  :59
  26. Taking Aim* 1:10
  27. The Ferris Wheel** 3:08
  28. The Tank Approaches /Finale* 5:26
  29. “1941” End Credits 6:18
  30. Disc 1 Time: 77:08
Disc 2
  1. The March From "1941" 4:11
  2. The Invasion  8:20
  3. The Sentries  3:31
  4. Riot at the U.S.O. 1:18
  5. To Hollywood and Glory  3:14
  6. Swing, Swing, Swing 4:06
  7. The Battle of Hollywood 5:39
  8. The Ferris Wheel Sequence 1:29
  9. Finale  6:16
  10. Total 1979 Soundtrack Album: 38:26

  1. In the Mood H 3:43
  2. Music by Joe Garland and Andy Razaf;  Arranged by GlennMiller
  3. Shapiro Bernstein & Co. Inc.
  4. Jingle Bells* 2:59
  5. Music by James Lord Pierpont
  6. Down By the Ohio (Instrumental)* 3:57
  7. Music by Abe Olman / Jack Yellen
  8. Cromwell Music Inc / Jack Yellen Music
  9. Play-Off*:15
  10. Goodnight, Sweetheart* 1:42
  11. Music by Ray Noble, Jimmy Campbell, Rudy Vallee, and RegConnelly
  12. EMI Robbins Catalog Inc
  13. Total Source Music: 12:40

  1. Promo Trailer* 2:30
  2. Sub Commander / WildBill Kelso/
  3. Capture of Hollis (alternate)** 4:23
  4. The Escape of Hollis(alternate)* 1:14
  5. Kelso in Barstow (alternate)** 3:43
  6. Defending the Homeland(alternate)* 1:06
  7. Sound Off (alternate)* 2:41
  8. More Kelso (alternate):55
  9. Finale (alternate)* 3:04
  10. "1941" End Credits(alternate)  6:55
  11. Total Additional Music: 25:54

Disc 2 Time: 78:06
* Previously unreleased.  ** Contains previouslyunreleased material. * Traditional, Based on "The Rakes Of Mallow," Arranged byJohn Williams.
** Including “By the Beautiful Sea” Words: Harold R.Atteridge, Music: Harry Carroll; Published by Shapiro, Bernstein & Col,Inc.
Track 16 co-written with  A. H. Miles and D. Savino;Track 18, written by D. Swander and J. Hershey; and Track 22 written by W.L.Duckworth.


The Cape Soundtrack [2011]

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The Cape was not a very well-received show when it aired on NBC in January and February of 2011. In fact, it was so widely panned by audiences that only 9 episodes made it to TV before the show was cancelled. Despite the show’s general failure, however, the producers did make at least one excellent decision when they hired Bear McCreary (Battlestar Galactica, Caprica, Eureka) to compose the show’s background score. The plot of The Cape revolves around the character of Vince Faraday (played by David Lyons), a cop who is framed for murder. Everyone thinks he is dead, however, so he takes on the superhero identity of his son’s favorite comic book character, The Cape, and goes around trying to clear his name and fight the bad guys. How well he manages to do this is open to interpretation, but there is no question that McCreary has managed to create a high-quality cinematic score to accompany all the action.

Track Listing

CD 1:
1. Main Title (0:49)
2. A New Day from “Pilot” (3:01)
3. The Death of Vince Faraday from “Pilot” (4:18)
4. The Carnival of Crime from “Pilot” (4:09)
5. The Greatest Circus Act That Ever Lived from “Pilot” (6:31)
6. The Faraday Family from “Pilot” (2:00)
7. Confronting Chess from “Pilot” (6:16)
8. Gregor Molotov from “Pilot” (2:59)
9. Asylum Fight from “The Lich, Part 2″ (1:00)
10. Orwell’s Dream from “The Lich, Part 2″ (2:15)
11. Waltz for Raia from “Kozmo” (1:59)
12. Rube Goldberg Death Machine from “Dice” (3:19)
13. Scales in the Cage from “Scales on a Train” (1:53)
14. Cain from “Tarot” (2:51)
15. Scales from “Pilot” (1:49)
16. Unnatural Things from “Kozmo” (7:04)
17. Young Tracy from “Dice” (2:58)
18. Kitchen Battle from “Tarot” (4:46)
19. Casino Attach from “Dice” (2:27)
20. Justice Takes Time from “Kozmo” (3:42)
21. The Lich from “The Lich, Part 2″ (3:30)
22. The Telepath Strikes from “Dice” (4:12)
23. Gregor the Great’s Carnival of Fear from “Kozmo” (5:55)

CD 2:
1. Let’s Just Pretend from “The Lich, Part 2″ (4:24)
2. Sewing the Mask from “Tarot” (4:39)
3. Runaway Train from “Scales on a Train” (3:15)
4. Ghosts of Palm City from “The Lich, Part 1″ (5:43)
5. Highwire Training from “Dice” (2:58)
6. Faradays Are Fighters from “Tarot” (3:40)
7. Concerto for Tuba and Goggles from “Goggles and Hicks” (3:14)
8. Attack of the Bumblebees from “Goggles and Hicks” (2:15)
9. Opposite Sides from “Scales on a Train” (2:18)
10. Two Weddings from “The Lich, Part 2″ (4:11)
11. Brazil Nuts from “Scales on a Train” (4:47)
12. Kozmo from “Kozmo” (2:41)
13. Orwell’s Recovery from “The Lich, Part 2″ (1:48)
14. Scales Goes Rogue from “Scales on a Train” (4:54)
15. Rescuing Orwell from “The Lich, Part 2″ (3:20)
16. The Cape Keeps Watch from “Tarot” (0:47)
17. Jerry from “Goggles and Hicks” (1:44)
18. Outsmarting the Assassins from “Goggles and Hicks” (1:34)
19. Trolley Park Amusements from “Tarot” and “Scales on a Train” (2:27)
20. Palm Reading from “Dice” and “Kozmo” (2:27)
21. Portrait in Courage from “Tarot” (1:53)
22. The Dead Will Rise from “The Lich, Part 1″ (6:21)
23. Out the Window from “Tarot” (2:36)
24. No Journey Too Far from “Scales on a Train” (2:05)
25. ARK Corporation Theme Song from “Pilot” (1:07)
26. Homeless Blues from “Kozmo” (1:10)

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The Adventures of Tintin Soundtrack [2011]

The film will depict Tintin’s (Jamie Bell) first encounter with Captain Haddock (Andy Serkis) and the discovery of a clue to the treasure of his ancestor Sir Francis Haddock. They set out to find it with protection from a prison escapee who tried to get the treasure as well as Detectives Thomson (Nick Frost) and Thompson (Simon Pegg).

The screenplay was penned by Edgar Wright (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World), Joe Cornish (Ant-Man) and Steven Moffat (Doctor Who) and co-stars Daniel Craig as Red Rackham, Toby Jones as Silk, Mackenzie Crook as Ernie, Tony Curran as Lt. Delcourt, Cary Elwes as Pilot and Gad Elmaleh as Ben Salaad.

The film is the first in a proposed trilogy of feature films based on the highly acclaimed comic-books created by Belgian artist, Georges Rémi, better known to the world by his pen name Herge.
Steven Spielberg takes the duty of director while Peter Jackson will serve as producer (Jackson will direct the sequel). Jackson’s F/X company Weta Digital will do the movie’s motion capture and special effects. Tintin will be Spielberg’s first move that will be shot digitally.

The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn, comes to theaters December 23rd, 2011.

Soundtrack comes a bit early marking legendary John Williams full score after almost two and half years from Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of The Crytal Skull.

1. The Adventures of Tintin (03:04)
2. Snowy's Theme (02:10)
3. The Secret of the Scrolls (03:13)
4. Introducing the Thompsons and Snowy's Chase (04:08)
5. Marlinspike Hall (03:59)
6. Escape from the Karaboudjan (03:21)
7. Sir Francis and the Unicorn (05:05)
8. Captain Haddock Takes the Oars (02:17)
9. Red Rackham's Curse and the Treasure (06:10)
10. Capturing Mr. Silk (02:58)
11. The Flight to Bagghar (03:33)
12. The Milanese Nightingale (01:30)
13. Presenting Bianca Castafiore (03:28)
14. The Pursuit of the Falcon (05:43)
15. The Captain's Counsel (02:10)
16. The Clash of the Cranes (03:48)
17. The Return to Marlinspike Hall and Finale (05:51)
18. The Adventure Continues (02:58)

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Fright Night Soundtrack [1983-2011]

The score from Columbia Pictures' darkly humorous horror film Fright Night (1985) proved challenging to release: the master elements were initially missing. Now, 26 years after its initial release, Intrada presents Brad Fiedel's long-awaited score. After much additional searching, Sony was able to locate a single ¼” 15 ips two-track scoring session master containing approximately 16 minutes of music. Further search led to a DAT transfer of the ¼” 7 ½ ips two-track stereo safeties of the remaining cues. With these two finds, Intrada was able to proceed on a release of Brad Fiedel's score.

Fright Night tells the tale of a Charlie, a teenage boy who enlists the help of TV host Peter Vincent (Roddy McDowlel) in a real-life battle with the undead, featuring a horror homage that would become its own trendsetter -- pitting the duo against a ladykilling, Yuppie bloodsucker who just moved in next-door. Fiedel responded with a score that was both state-of-the-art and old school -- imbuing the hip villain with the stuff of supernatural legend. But while Fiedel tracked the story from a humorous beginning to an unexpectedly shocking climax, Fright Night’s experimental jolts were also firmly bound by the same melodic laws of a classic Hammer film, filled with themes and motifs that paint The Vampire as an eternal creature of seduction.The main theme introduces Jerry Dandridge with a swaying, hypnotic rhythm, enticing Charlie to peep on his neighbor, and the beautiful call girl he’s undressing. It’s a sensual build worthy of a rock god and his conquest.

Because of differences between the above-mentioned master reel and 1/4" safeties, Intrada presents all 16 minutes of the score from the high quality session master as a single track to start the CD. All of the individual tracks that make up that track also appear in the subsequent score presentation, allowing listeners to finally enjoy Brad Fidel's long overdue score.

01 Fright Night (Medley) [15:29]
02 Window Watching [02:00]
03 Jerry Takes Off [01:46]
04 Drive To Evil And Bat Attack [02:08]
05 Charlie's Cathedral, Charmed And Alley Bat [05:29]
06 Evil Visitor [01:44]
07 Charlie Begs For Help And Come To Me (Seduction Scene) [04:40]
08 Vampire Killers And Your Dinner's In The Oven [09:44]
09 Jerry's Time Is Up [07:28]
10 The Basement [05:21]
11 You're So Cool Brewster And Come To Me [05:46]


20,000 Leagues Under The Sea Soundtrack [1954-2011]

World premiere release of epic soundtrack by Paul J. Smith for legendary Oscar-winning Disney nautical fantasy about Captain Nemo, from Jules Verne novel, directed by Richard Fleischer, starring Kirk Douglas, James Mason. Smith creates sensational symphonic portrait of undersea world, captures fantastic submarine adventures including battle with giant squid, all courtesy magnificent orchestral score! Opening fanfare-flourish, rich Nemo theme, low brass-led Nautilus music, furious sea storm material, pulsating New Guinea sequence are just some of many highlights. 78 minutes of excitement via mint condition three-channel elements housed in Disney vaults! Kirk Douglas performance of "A Whale Of A Tale" plus lavish full-color booklet with collection of stills, comments by composer John Debney & Randy Thornton on scoring, restoration efforts all add class to generous production. Entire project supervised by Thornton, point man for ongoing series of classic soundtracks co-branded by Walt Disney & Intrada. Paul J. Smith worked on numerous pictures for Disney, including famed SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS (1937) plus many Oscar-winning "True Life Adventures". This magnificent presentation of his classic nautical adventure score is a Disney & fantasy film soundtrack collector's dream come true! Paul J. Smith conducts.

01. Main Title (Captain Nemo’s Theme) 2:26
02. Street Fight 1:04
03. Aboard the Abraham Lincoln/Hunting the Monster 2:29
04. A Whale of a Tale 2:10
05. The Monster Attacks 2:21
06. Deserted Sub/Burial/Captured 9:14
07. Fifty Fathoms/The Island of Crespo 8:45
08. Storm at Sea/Nemo Plays 2:26
09. Strange Man of the Seas 4:04
10. Nemo’s Torment 1:00
11. Justified Hate 1:29
12. Searching Nemo’s Cabin 4:02
13. Ned’s Bottles 0:44
14. Ashore at New Guinea 2:55
15. Native Drums/Back to the Nautilus 3:50
16. Submerge 1:45
17. The Giant Squid 6:54
18. Ambush at Vulcania 4:47
19. Nemo Wounded 2:44
20. Escape from Vulcania 3:43
21. Finale / Deep Is the Mighty Ocean 0:52
22. A Whale of a Tale (Single) 2:07 - Kirk Douglas
23. And the Moon Grew Brighter and Brighter (Single B Side) 2:32
- Kirk Douglas
24. A Whale of a Tale 2:22 - Bill Kanady
25. A Whale of a Tale 2:00 - The Wellingtons
26. A Whale of a Tale (Reprise) 0:12 - Kirk Douglas


Sunday, October 23, 2011

Trading Places Soundtrack [1983-2011]

Presenting the world premiere release of the original motion picture score to the 1983 Paramount Pictures comedy classic TRADING PLACES, starring Dan Aykroyd, Eddie Murphy, Jamie Lee Curtis, Ralph Bellamy and Don Ameche, and directed by John Landis. Legendary composer Elmer Bernstein (THE GREAT ESCAPE, ANIMAL HOUSE, GHOSTBUSTERS, AIRPLANE) adapts Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” and compliments it with his own original material to create an impeccably elegant score that provides pitch-perfect support for what is considered to be one of the great 80’s comedies - a social satire that is perhaps even more relevant now than it was upon its initial release. Produced by Dan Goldwasser and mastered by Mike Matessino from a 1/2 inch 3-track LCR source in the Paramount archives, this special release also features source music from the film as well as alternate cues. Jeff Bond provides in-depth liner notes that include new comments from director John Landis. This is a Limited Edition of 2000 Units.

Track listing
1. Main Title* (04:01)
2. Your Breakfast Sir / Good Morning! / Dukes (03:42)
3. The Club / Bump* (01:44)
4. Wager (01:05)
5. Moving Out / Plots* (01:59)
6. Philly** / Ploy (00:56)
7. Discovery / Bed (00:49)
8. Revelation* / The Goods / Train (01:46)
9. Heroes* (02:55)
10. Kicking Ass / Cards (02:11)

11. Dessert (02:43)
12. Louis Winthorpe III Blues (01:39)
13. Jamaican Bye-Bye (01:32)
14. Andante Cantabile from String Quartet, K. 165 (01:25)
W. A. Mozart, arr. Elmer Bernstein
15. Jingle Bells (02:53)
James Pierpont, arr. Elmer Bernstein
16. Joy to the World (01:32)
G. Handel/F. Watts, arr. Elmer Bernstein
17. Silent Night (02:01)
Franz Gruber, arr. Elmer Bernstein
18. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (01:14)
Traditional, arr. Elmer Bernstein
19. O Little Town of Bethlehem (02:36)
Philip Brooks/Lewis H. Redner, arr. Elmer Bernstein
20. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (slower version) (01:49)
Traditional, arr. Elmer Bernstein

21. Good Morning! (alternate) (01:55)
22. Bump* (alternate) (01:06)
23. Ploy* (alternate) (00:38)
24. Ploy* (alternate 2) (00:37)
25. Train (promotional LP version) (01:34)
26. Kicking Ass / Cards (alternate) (01:37)

* contains “Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)” (W. A. Mozart)
arr. Elmer Bernstein
** contains “Yankee Doodle” (Traditional)
arr. Elmer Bernstein


Friday, October 21, 2011

Whose gun is it, anyway?


Film Music of Hans Zimmer Volume 2 [2011]

On 25th July Silva Screen Records will release Film Music of Hans Zimmer Volume 2, a comprehensive 2 CD set that is a follow up to Silva Screen’s 2007 release The Essential Hans Zimmer Film Music Collection.

This double album features a variety of Zimmer’s classic scores with the addition of his more recent successes, Mutiny (Pirates Of The Caribbean, On Strangers Tides), Discombobulate (Sherlock Holmes), Aggressive Expansion (The Dark Knight), as well as classic tracks from box office hits such as This Land (The Lion King), Red Sea (The Prince Of Egypt) and Davy Jones (Pirates Of The Caribbean, Dead Man’s Chest) to name a few.

Performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic and London Music Works.

1. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides - Mutiny (2011)
2. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides - Mermaids (2011)
3. Inception – Dream is Collapsing (2010)
4. Inception - Time (2010)
5. The Pacific - Honor (2010)
6. Sherlock Holmes - Discombobulate (2009)
7. Angels & Demons - 160 BPM (2009)
8. The Dark Knight - Aggressive Expansion (2008)
9. The Dark Knight - Why So Serious? (2008)
10. Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End - Up Is Down (2007)
11. Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End - Drink Up, Me Hearties (2007)

1. Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest - Davy Jones (2006)
2. Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest - Jack Sparrow (2006)
3. Batman Begins - Molossus (2005)
4. Madagascar - Zoosters Breakout (2005)
5. King Arthur - Woad To Ruin (2004)
6. The Ring - This Is Going To Hurt (2002)
7. Spirit: Stallion Of The Cimarron - Homeland (2002)
8. Black Hawk Down - Leave No Man Behind (2001)
9. Mission: Impossible II - Injection (2000)
10. The Prince Of Egypt - Red Sea (1998)
11. The Peacemaker - End Titles (1997)
12. The Lion King - This Land (1994)


Johnny English Reborn Soundtrack [2011]

Rowan Atkinson returns to the role of the accidental secret agent who doesn’t know fear or danger in the comedy spy-thriller Johnny English Reborn. In his latest adventure, the most unlikely intelligence officer in Her Majesty’s Secret Service must stop a group of international assassins before they eliminate a world leader and cause global chaos.

In the years since MI-7’s top spy vanished off the grid, he has been honing his unique skills in a remote region of Asia. But when his agency superiors learn of an attempt against the Chinese premier’s life, they must hunt down the highly unorthodox agent. Now that the world needs him once again, Johnny English is back in action.

With one shot at redemption, he must employ the latest in hi-tech gadgets to unravel a web of conspiracy that runs throughout the KGB, CIA and even MI-7. With mere days until a heads of state conference, one man must use every trick in his playbook to protect us all. For Johnny English, disaster may be an option, but failure never is.
Oliver Park directs from the writing by Hamish McColl and William Davies, based on the characters created by Robert Wade and Neal Purvis. The film also stars Gillian Anderson, Dominic West and Rosamund Pike. The film opened in theaters on September 13. Soundtrack composed by Ilan Eshkeri.

01. London [01:34]
02. The Toy Cupboard [02:09]
03. Hong Kong [02:20]
04. Rooftop Chase [02:57]
05. Commandeering The Vessel [01:31]
06. Bravo Commander [00:40]
07. Killer Cleaner [01:34]
08. Hypnotification [02:06]
09. Karlenko Arrives [00:29]
10. Golf [02:21]
11. Helicopter [02:28]
12. Church Escape [01:53]
13. Wheelchair [03:43]
14. Ambrose [01:00]
15. Timoxybarbobutenol [01:46]
16. Tucker Shoots Johnny [01:23]
17. Poisoning The Drink [01:07]
18. The Manic Phase [04:07]
19. Lipstick Gun [03:14]
20. Johnny Reborn [02:19]
21. Cliff Jump [02:32]
22. Umbrella [00:44]
23. Buckingham Palace [01:04]
24. Killer Queener [01:09]


Thursday, October 20, 2011

Iris Cirque Du Soleil Soundtrack [2011]

This new production from Cirque du Soleil is a lyrical, fanciful, kinetic foray into the seventh art. Bringing together dance, acrobatics, live video, filmed sequences and animation, the show takes spectators on a fantastic voyage through the history of cinema and its genres, taking them into the heart of the movie-making process. From illustration to animation, black and white to colour, silent films to talkies, fixed shots to swooping camera movements, spectators witness the poetic construction/deconstruction of this art as an object and as a way of transcending reality.

Iris is directed by French director-choreographer Philippe Decouflé. The show takes a unique look at the history of cinema and combining that with Cirque du Soleil's traditional artistic works of dance, acrobatics, and modern circus traditions. The name of the show, Iris, is taken directly from both camera diaphragms as well as the colored iris of the human eye. Music composed by Danny Elfman. 

01. Buster's Big Opening [04:56]
02. The Twins [05:02]
03. Kiriki Film [01:35]
04. Kiriki [05:32]
05. Silent Movie [01:00]
06. Patterns [04:59]
07. Clown Special Effects [01:58]
08. Pellicule - Part I and II [06:29]
09. Snake Woman [04:25]
10. Movie Studio [07:10]
11. The Broom [01:23]
12. Flying Scarlett [04:40]
13. Old Toys [00:51]
14. Film Noir - Pursuit [03:38]
15. Rooftops [04:57]
16. Scarlett Balancing [05:14]
17. IRIS Finale and Bows [04:55]


Dolphin Tale Soundtrack [2011]
"Dolphin Tale" is inspired by the amazing true story of a brave dolphin and the compassionate strangers who banded together to save her life. Swimming free, a young dolphin is caught in a crab trap, severely damaging her tail. She is rescued and transported to the Clearwater Marine Hospital, where she is named Winter. But her fight for survival has just begun. Without a tail, Winter's prognosis is dire. It will take the expertise of a dedicated marine biologist, the ingenuity of a brilliant prosthetics doctor, and the unwavering devotion of a young boy to bring about a groundbreaking miracle—a miracle that might not only save Winter but could also help scores of people around the world. The real Winter, who plays herself in "Dolphin Tale," today serves as a symbol of courage, perseverance and hope to millions of people—both able and disabled—who have been touched by her remarkable story of recovery and rehabilitation.

Directed by Charles Martin Smith, Dolphin Tale stars Morgan Freeman, Harry Connick Jr., Ashley Judd, Kris Kristofferson, Nathan Gamble and opened in theater on September 23. This family film was getting very active critics around.

Mark Isham composed the film soundtrack and the album released on 11 October.

Track listing

1. Dolphin Dance
2. Gift From Kyle
3. Finding Winter
4. Aquarium
5. Rufus
6. I’m Hazel
7. Winter Swims
8. Never Calls
9. News About Kyle
10. Chumash Story
11. Sawyer And Winter
12. Putting On The Tail
13. The Coming Storm
14. The Little Girl
15. Clay Changes His Mind
16. Winter’s A News Story
17. Winter Tries Another Tail
18. The New Tail
19. Family Is Forever
20. Swim
21. Dolphin Tale End Credits

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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Real Steel Score [2011]


A gritty, white-knuckle, action ride set in the near-future where the sport of boxing has gone high-tech, REAL STEEL stars Hugh Jackman as Charlie Kenton, a washed-up fighter who lost his chance at a title when 2000-pound, 8-foot-tall steel robots took over the ring. Now nothing but a small-time promoter, Charlie earns just enough money piecing together low-end bots from scrap metal to get from one underground boxing venue to the next. When Charlie hits rock bottom, he reluctantly teams up with his estranged son Max (Dakota Goyo) to build and train a championship contender. As the stakes in the brutal, no-holds-barred arena are raised, Charlie and Max, against all odds, get one last shot at a comeback.

Real Steel is directed by Shawn Levy (Night At The Museum franchise and Date Night).

In a score that mixes guitar with symphony orchestra and choir, composer Danny Elfman returns to cinemas with this Fall action blockbuster.

01. Charlie trains Atom (01:59)
02. On the move (02:39)
03. Into the zoo (01:02)
04. Danny Elfman & Poe - Why we're here (00:55)
05. Meet Atom (03:17)
06. It's your choice (01:28)
07. Safe with me (02:57)
08. Atom versus Twin Cities (03:12)
09. . for a kiss (00:56)
10. Get in the truck (01:12)
11. Bonding (02:01)
12. Twin Cities' intro (01:20)
13. Danny Elfman & Poe - Parkway motel (01:47)
14. This is a brawl (01:48)
15. You deserve better (04:02)
16. Into the ring (01:12)
17. Taking a beating (01:33)
18. Final round (06:53)
19. People's champion (02:06)


Batman: Arkham City Score [2011]

Batman: Arkham City is a 2011 action-adventure video game developed by Rocksteady Studios. It is the sequel to the 2009 video game Batman: Arkham Asylum, based on the DC Comics superhero Batman. The game was released by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows and OnLive. The game was officially announced during the 2009 Spike Video Game Awards and was released worldwide for consoles, beginning in North America on October 18, 2011, with the PC version scheduled for November. A Wii U version is scheduled for release in 2012.
The game was written by Paul Dini. The game features a main plot and a subplot. Side missions are available instead of an open-world concept. The main plot revolves around Batman being captured and thrown into half of Gotham City, with prisoners of Black Gate Prison and Arkham Asylum, called Arkham City. Batman must stop mishaps around the city, mainly with his arch-nemesis the Joker. Side missions include other characters from the DC Universe, such as the Riddler and Bane, who now serves as an ally to Batman, rather than an antagonist. Arkham City has received universal acclaim from critics.

The Batman: Arkham City – Original Video Game Score was on October 18, 2011, by WaterTower Music. The album features 19 songs written for the game. Ron Fish and Nick Arundel, composers for Batman: Arkham Asylum, returned to write music for Arkham City. 

01 Arkham City Main Theme [02:47]
02 Sorry, Boys [01:49]
03 A Monument to Your Failure [01:56]
04 Have You Got My Location [04:20]
05 This Court Is Now In Session [02:16]
06 It Was the Joker [02:19]
07 I Think You Should Do As He Says [02:35]
08 Refusal Will Not Be Tolerated [02:44]
09 Wham. Gotcha! [03:29]
10 Let's Hear Him Squeal [03:01]
11 I Know What You Guys Are Thinking [03:34]
12 It's Initiation Time [01:59]
13 What's He Doing Here_ [02:14]
14 How Does It Feel, Pig_ [02:19]
15 Call Him Off [04:36]
16 You Should Have Listened to My Wa [02:10]
17 You Need to Think This Through [02:43]
18 Bring Her Back to Me [02:08]
19 It's Not Even Breakfast [03:51]


The Artist Soundtrack [2011]

Amongst this flurry of Oscar bait movies, here’s one you shouldn’t discount until you’ve seen it: Michel Hazanavicius’ THE ARTIST, a Black & White silent film that evokes Hollywood’s silent film era of the late 1920s.

THE ARTIST was the first film to really generate a ‘Best Picture’ buzz during this year’s Cannes Film Festival. An epic celebration of Hollywood’s silent film era during the late 1920s (think Moulin Rouge sans actual singing since it was the silent era of filmmaking after all), French director Michel Hazanavicius (OSS 117) has a discerning eye for crafting period pieces.

The plot is fairly straightforward, George Valentin (Dujardin) is a big silent film star, but with the advent of sound and talkies, his career begins to wither away, as its a new era and no one wants to see an old star. Early on, he bumps into Peppy Miller (Bejo), a wannabe starlet who starts with small side roles and eventually becomes the new hot thing, breaking out big with the talkies. George even has a Jack Russell Terrier who follows him around is on screen in every scene he is, just like in the old days. There's a bit of a love story, but it's more of a tragedy about the downfall of an actor at the advent of technological progression.

Music composed by Ludovic Bource.

01. The artist ouverture [01:02]
02. 1927 a russian affair [03:36]
03. George Valentin [05:36]
04. Pretty Peppy [02:32]
05. At the Kinograph Studios [01:37]
06. Fantaisie d'amour [03:09]
07. Waltz for Peppy [03:22]
08. Ginastera, Alberto - Estancia op. 8 [03:41]
09. Imagination (Livingston)[02:56]
10. Silent rumble [01:16]
11. 1929 [01:32]
12. In the stairs [03:15]
13. Jubilee stomp (Ellington, Duke) [02:35]
14. Comme une rosée de larmes [03:24]
15. The sound of tears [04:48]
16. Pennies from heaven (Burke, Johnny) [02:14]
17. 1931 [04:47]
18. Jungle bar [02:07]
19. L'ombre des flammes [05:58]
20. Happy ending... [05:44]
21. Charming blackmail [02:12]
22. Ghosts from the past [02:01]
23. My suicide (dedicated 03.29.1967) [06:25]
24. Peppy and George [02:05]  

Enjoy with FLAC if you like.

The Three Musketeers Soundtrack [2011]
The film stars Logan Lerman, Milla Jovovich, Matthew Macfadyen, Ray Stevenson, Luke Evans, Christoph Waltz, Orlando Bloom, Mads Mikkelson, Juno Temple and Gabriella Wilde serves as a new an adaptation of 19th century novel set in the 17th century telling the adventures of a young man named d’Artagnan (Lerman) after he leaves home to become a guard of the musketeers.
D’Artagnan is not one of the musketeers of the title; those are his friends Athos (Macfadyen), Porthos (Stevenson) and Aramis (Evans), inseparable friends who live by the motto “all for one, one for all.” Mikkelsen stars as Rochefort and Waltz plays Cardinal Richelieu.
The Three Musketeers, directed by Paul W.S. Anderson (Resident Evil, AVP: Alien vs. Predator, Mortal Kombat), arrives in 3D/2D theaters October 14, 2011.

Paul Haslinger has been tapped to score The Three Musketeers. He was also colaborated with Paul W.S Anderson on Death Race. Theme song When We Were You performed by Take That. The music of this film is much more beautiful than Death Race which I can not swallow and you can not find any French scene in this soundtrack. Also it is reported that Paul getting assisted from Remote Control therefore you have admit some tracks of this soundtrack absorbed Hans Zimmer Pirates of Caribbean and even Inception. Some remarkable tracks are Only Four Men, The Venice Heist, She Died the Way She Lived, Round Two... Anyway just enjoy the soundtrack.

01. Only Four Men [02:12]
02. Special Delivery For The King [02:26]
03. Buckingham's Departure [01:19]
04. All For One [01:47]
05. Do You Know Who I Am? [02:02]
06. As Far Away As Possible [01:38]
07. The King And Queen [01:39]
08. Announcing Lady De Winter [00:49]
09. Concealed Weapons Tango [01:00]
10. Get Me One Of Those! [02:31]
11. The Venice Heist [05:13]
12. She Died The Way She Lived [01:43]
13. I Hate Air Travel [00:58]
14. Rochefort Ante Portas [01:13]
15. Open Fire! [02:35]
16. A Chance To Escape [01:05]
17. Round Two [01:44]
18. If You Insist! [01:47]
19. You Should Have Apologized To My Horse! [01:47]
20. Boys Will Be Boys [01:39]
21. The World Calls To The Young [02:29]
22. To France, Of Course [01:06]
23. When We Were Young (Take That) [04:28]
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