Music Produced by Daft Punk for Daft Arts Soundtrack Album Produced by Daft Punk & Mitchell Leib Executive Soundtrack Album Producers: Joseph Kosinski & Sean Bailey Music Supervisor: Jason Bentley Music Production Supervisor: Monica Zierhut Project Executive for Daft Arts: Paul Hahn Daft Arts Project Creative Director: Cédric Hervet Daft Arts Project Assistant: Sam Cooper Music Creative/Marketing for the Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production: Glen Lajeski Business/Legal Affairs for the Walt Disney Studios Motion Picture Production: Scott Holtzman & Sylvia Krask Director of Soundtracks for the Disney Music Group: Desirée Craig-Ramos Music Preparation by Booker White, Walt Disney Music Library
Studio Music Librarian: Jill Streeter
Music Composed & Produced by Thomas Bangalter & Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo Music Arranged & Orchestrated by Joseph Trapanese "Adagio For Tron" Arranged by Toby Chu & Joseph Trapanese Score Recorded by Geoff Foster Score Mixed by Alan Meyerson Technical Advisor for Daft Punk: Daniel Lerner Supervising Music Editor: Sally Boldt Scoring Editor: David Channing Orchestration Consultant: Bruce Broughton Orchestra Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Orchestra Contractor: Isobel Griffiths Assistant Orchestra Contractor: Jo Buckley Score Recorded at Air Lyndhurst Studios, London
Assistants Engineers: Chris Barrett & Tom Bailey Score Mixed at Remote Control Studios, Santa Monica, CA
Assistant Engineers: Satoshi Noguchi & Lori Castro Music Pre-Production: Henson Studios, Hollywood, CA
Mastered by Pat Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
Daft Punk would like to thank : Brian Loucks, Hans Zimmer, John Powell, Harry Gregson-Williams & Christophe Beck for their generosity
Special Thanks to: Justin Springer, Stephanie Caswell, Nancy Dolan, Alexandra Flores, Kaylin Frank, Ryan Gaines, Candice Hanson, Ryan Hopman, Kirk Ringberg, Amy Ross, Don Welty, Keith Wilson, Reggie Wilson & the entire staff at Walt Disney Records & the Disney Music Group
Release date : 12/07/2010
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Yes, I have checked out *a* Blu-Ray rip...Have you...?
Pretty sure there is only ONE Blu-ray rip out there. Anyway, it's pretty awesome
I have it and I LOVE it
And the real sessions look nothing like that !
Ooh, ya cut me real deep Hybrid. Thanks for letting us know that fact.
I have the whole cue sheet for it... :)
What? That's completely different. Saying that the recording sessions *sound* (I know you didn't even say sound; you said look) different from this Edition of the score is not at all the same as saying the *cue sheets* of the recording sessions look different from this track list. (And I thought you were implying the former.)
Well, of course they do. You can't expect that he had the official cue sheets when he made his Blu-Ray rip, and besides, it is a really stupid idea to name the tracks in a Blu-Ray or DVD rip after the official track names.
That's good for you that you have all the cue sheets for it but you sure could have worded that previous post a lot better.
Using "look" was not innocent indeed.
I have a 66 track version. It's a combination of Metrotokyo's Blu-ray rip and a few other sources. Hybrid, I'm sure the real sessions look nothing like that tracklist that was posted.
I am very happy and content with what I have for TRON: Legacy, but the sessions would be nice, one day...
In the meantime, I have what I consider to be the most complete version of the score - it clocks in at 2 & 1/2 hrs
Tron Recording Sessions
Tracklist: TRON 1m1a Legacy Open TRON 1M1b Bedtime Story TRON 1M1CS Creation of Tron TRON 1M2 News Report TRON 1M3 Motochase TRON 1M4A Encom Tower pt 1 TRON 1M4b Encom Tower pt 2 TRON 2M10 Sirens TRON 2M11 Disc Game Intro TRON 2M12 First Round TRON 2M13 Sam FIghts TRON 2M14 Rinzler vs Sam TRON 2M5 Sam Visits Arcade TRON 2M6AS Tron Scherzo TRON 2M6BS Tron Scherzo (unused) TRON 2M6S Separate Ways TRON 2M7S Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) TRON 2M8 Recognizer Capture TRON 2M9 Sam Descends to Grid TRON 3M15 Throne Room TRON 3M16 Lightbikes Intro TRON 3M17 Clu Crowd Intro TRON 3M18 Lightbikes Battle TRON 3M19 Quorra Saves Sam TRON 3M20 Safehouse Reunion TRON 3M20A Clu Waits TRON 4M21 Flynn's Flashback TRON 4M22 Sam Plans Escape TRON 5M23 Quorra Decides TRON 5M24 Sam Seeks Zuse TRON 5M25S End of Line TRON 5M26S Final Scheme Alt TRON 5M26S Final Scheme Intro TRON 5M27 Clu Breaks In TRON 5M29S Party Crashers TRON 5M30 Flynn Drops In TRON 5M31 Solar Sailer Intro TRON 5M32A Solar Sailer TRON 5M32B Solar Sailer Alt TRON 5M32C Clu Arrives (unused) TRON 5M32D Clu Arrives Alt TRON 6M33A Flynn's Promise TRON 6M33B Tron Tracks Flynn TRON 6M33C Clu Sees Zuse TRON 6M34 Sunrise Prelude TRON 6M35 Rectifier Arrival TRON 6M36 Quorra Caught TRON 6M37 Clu Prepares TRON 6M38 Quorra Meets Clu TRON 6M39 Clu Speech TRON 6M40 Recovering the Disc TRON 7M41 Lightjets TRON 7M42 Clu_Tron Fall TRON 7M43 Portal Arrival TRON 7M44 Portal Climax TRON 7m45 Flynn Lives TRON 7M45ALT2 Flynn Lives (unused) TRON 7M46 First Sunrise TRON 10M48 Long End Credits TRON 10M48 Short End Credits TRON 10M51 Legacy Theme
02. The Grid (Instrumental)
03. Father and Son Prelude
05. The Son of Flynn
06. ENCOM Pt.1
07. ENCOM Pt.2
08. The Arcade
10. Not the Games
13. Round One
14. Round Two
16. Not Your Father
18. Challenge of the Grid
19. The Game Has Changed
21. Father and Son
22. Your Move, Flynn
23. Adagio For TRON
25. Flynn's Dream
26. Outlands, Pt.2
27. End of Line (Castor Edit)
32. Sea of Simulation
33. The Boy and Flynn are Gone
34. Father and Son II
36. Enjoy the Drink
37. Sunrise Prelude
38. New Course
39. Rinzler II
40. Rare Bird
42. Disc Wars
46. Flynn Lives
47. Alan Bradley's Message
49. End Credits
50. Solar Sailer
Has anyone noticed how the very beginning of Disc Wars sounds like that cue in Transformers? You can hear it when Sam asks the cop "are you on drugs?" and then it cuts to Lennox and Epps in Qatar. I do know that Hans did add a little touch on this, so maybe that's why.
Isn't Father & Son or at least a portion of it used immediately after The Grid also? There's definitely a piano rendition of the main theme at that point, and no one has listed a "missing track" for that scene.
hah, who said anything about a notebook and pencil? It was memory and only memory.
If I find a score enjoyable/beautiful, I will listen to it routinely. TRON:L has been playing regularly on my car stereo since mid-November. I had plenty of time to ~mentally absorb~ each composition. So, recognizing each track during the film wasn't difficult at all. The correct ordering however was tricky, since many of the pieces are repeated and/or blended.
It's all about the flow of compositions for me. I don't see scores as 'only' an aid to a film's narrative. A score can also be it's own narrative if successfully executed... this is where the order matters, in my opinion.
Anywho, please excuse my OCDness with the track order, but the tracklist I submitted below is incorrect/outdated/etc.
I haven't played MW2 - I heard it's so called 'scenario' is a joke, so i said no. MoH has coherent, emotional story and decent multi, so I think EA game is a better choice. Also when it comes to music. Djawadi did much better job with MoH then 'Hans and co.' in MW2. Check YouTube and then decide.
Yeah probably they're very good compsosers but not at the level of Zimmer or God Williams, but i hope the Djawadi will show us that he could do better and more better. Anyway writing MoH you remembered me a thing. I've the PS3 but no war games because i usually don't love them too much (i've only COD.MW2 demo); but recently i knew that MW2 score is from Hans Zimmer and MoH, do you suggest me to buy them, at least for the score??
Definitely James Newton Howard - best guy in business nowadays. Shore is a very good composer also (LOTR or Departed - love that score), but IMO it's a different league.
Djawadi - i liked Iron Man, PB theme is nice, Clash is below average (no fantasy in it, you don't feel that this is ancient 'history') and beautiful MoH. Haven't seen FlashForward though so I can't tell anything about that. He could be very good, but i don't think he will reach Powell's level. Or HGW. But who knows... World needs good composers:)
I agree with the marketing thing. In fact i saw the film only once and usually i do get away with one watch -excluding some particular case, like "The Dark Knight" that i saw it twice at cinema because i went it again not only because i loved it but also because i re-watched it with a friend of mine who hadn't seen it- and specially if in 3D!! (other marketing way to make money that not always works) But i don't totally agree with the 3 best composers....considered that Williams is my God and always He will be it, and also considering Zimmer as a living genius i will specify the "Howard" that you said in two genius: James Newton H. and H. Shore, an other great man, genius and composer. Finally we didn't mention the emergin genius! Hans Zimmer's pupil!! Ramin Djawadi!!! A guy that did not only give a soul to the Iron Man movie, but also did the best TV series scores....
P.S. Hope to listen him in a new series of Flash Forward, i want it back!!!!! HANS DO SOMETHING TO HELP YOUR PUPIL MAKING THIS SERIES SCORE FOR OTHER 7 TIMES, PLEASE!!!!
@tomPoland and Dakota Hey, i'm pretty sure that Burger King released an ultimate extra bonus tracks!! ;D Quoting "2010/12/29 - tomPoland -- Who knows? Maybe KFC or McDonalds will release some extras:) "
Seriously, maybe some people could judge you totally crazy fro doing something like listing all tracks in order of listening or get every track is possible, but not me. Because i know how do you feel it. Because i know that a really good soundtrack joining a beautiful movie's atmosphere -like Tron- is one of the best joy given by life. And maybe it's for this that every movie that i really loved has a great soundtrack (like many Hans Zimmer's works and most of John Williams). Love (for the music), Sergio.
P.S.John your music will be always te best of the world...ooops this is Hans Zimmer(2nd)'s site,sorry... =D
I've never been in cinema twice on the same movie. Don't want to destroy first impression - better wait for DVD. But seriously - I respect people that are able to find even 10 seconds of particular song in a movie. Nice.
Seen the film 3 times now.... I made an effort to pay attention to the track order on my most recent viewing. Here's the order (and changes) I noticed:
01. The Grid 02. Overture (occurs during Father/Son storytime. A brief part of the track is featured.) 03. The Son of Flynn 04. Encom Part I 05. Encom Part II 05. Alan Bradly's Message 06. Seperate Ways (Worlds Apart) by Journey 07. Sweet Dreams are (Made of This) by Eurythmics 08. (An unknown/unreleased track, briefly featured) 09. Recognizer 10. Armory 10. Arena 11. Round One 12. Rinzler 13. The Game Has Changed 14. Outlands 15. Father & Son 16. Adagio for Tron 17. Outlands, Pt. II 18. End of Line 19. Castor 20. Reflections 21. Derezzed 22. Fall 23. Sea of Simulation 24. Nocturne (Sam brings Daddy Flynn up to speed on current events in the real world) 25. Sunrise Prelude (I swore Solar Sailer occured here... I was surprised). 26. (An unreleased/unknown track) 27. Rectifier 28. Disc Wars 29. C.L.U. (this track isn't the full version. There's a nice string solo that's featured when Flynn asks, "Tron, what have you become?"/Tron finally shakes his reprogramming. This piece ends right before that moment.) 30. Arrival 31. Flynn Lives 32. Sunrise Prelude (the only track that occurs twice) 33. TRON Legacy (End Titles) 34. Solar Sailer 35. Finale *36. Derezzed extended (remix)
Maybe one of them is the music used in the final trailer (the 3rd one). It starts when the Disney logo comes up and then you hear it again when the title comes up at the end. It sounds like a horn. I really really want it.