"Welcome Amigo" Performed by Rick Garcia Written by Rick Garcia, Kenneth Karman, Gore Verbinski & James Ward Byrkit Produced by Kenneth Karman & Rick Garcia
"Rango Suite" Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer
"Certain Demise" Written by Heitor Pereira Produced by Hans Zimmer, Gore Verbinski & Heitor Pereira
MEDLEY "It's A Metaphor" Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer Arranged by Geoff Zanelli "Forkboy" Performed by Lard Written by Jello Biafra, Paul Baker, Al Jourgensen, Jeff Ward & Bill Rieflin
"Welcome To Dirt" Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer Arranged by Geoff Zanelli
"Name's Rango" Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer Arranged by Dominic Lewis
"Lizard For Lunch" Performed by Jose Hernandez, Anthony Zuniga & Robert Lopez Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer Arranged by John Sponsler & Tom Gire
"Stuck In The Guacamole" Written by Heitor Pereira Produced by Hans Zimmer, Gore Verbinski & Heitor Pereira
"Underground" Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer Arranged by Geoff Zanelli
"We Ride, Really!" Written by John Thum & David Thum Produced by Hans Zimmer Arranged by Geoff Zanelli & William Malpede
"Rango And Beans" Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer
MEDLEY "Bats" Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer Arranged by John Sponsler & Tom Gire "Rango Theme" Written by John Thum & David Thum "Ride Of The Valkyries" Written by Richard Wagner Arranged by Louis Knatchbull "An Der Schönen Blauen Donau, Op. 314" Performed by the Berliner Philharmoniker Conducted by Herbert Von Karajan Written by Johann Strauss, Traditional
"The Bank's Been Robbed" Performed by Rick Garcia Written by Rick Garcia, Kenneth Karman, Gore Verbinski & James Ward Byrkit Produced by Kenneth Karman & Rick Garcia
"Rango Returns" Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer Arranged by Dominic Lewis
"La Muerte A Lellago" Performed by Rick Garcia & George Del Hoyo Written by Rick Garcia, Kenneth Karman, Gore Verbinski & James Ward Byrkit Produced by Kenneth Karman & Rick Garcia
"It's A Miracle" Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer Arranged by Geoff Zanelli
"El Canelo" Performed by Los Lobos Traditional
Produced by Los Lobos & Gore Verbinski
"The Sunset Shot" Written by Hans Zimmer Produced by Hans Zimmer
"Walk Don't Rango" Performed by Los Lobos & Arturo Sandoval Written by John Thum & David Thum Produced by Hans Zimmer & Gore Verbinski Arranged by Michael Levine
"Rango Theme Song" Performed by Los Lobos Written by John Thum & David Thum Produced by Hans Zimmer & Gore Verbinski Arranged by Michael Levine
Original Score by Hans Zimmer
Soundtrack Album Produced by Hans Zimmer Executive Album Producer: Gore Verbinski Executive in Charge of Music for Paramount Pictures: Randy Spendlove Soundtrack Album Coordinator: Jason Richmond
Score Arranged by Lorne Balfe, Tom Gire, Michael Levine, Dominic Lewis, Adam Peters, Heitor Pereira, John Sponsler & Geoff Zanelli Supervising Music Editor: Kenneth Karman Music Editor: Peter Oso Snell Assistant Music Editor: Jeannie Lee Marks Music Consultant: Bob Badami Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky
Soloists: George Doering: Guitar
Craig Eastman: Man Of Many Strings
Jose Hernandez: Vocalist
David Hidalgo: Guitar
Michael Hobe: Man Of Many Strings
Davey Johnstone: Guitar
Heitor Pereira: Guitar
Arturo Sandoval: Trumpet
Supervising Orchestrator: Bruce L. Fowler Orchestrators: Walter E. Fowler, Kevin Kaska, Elizabeth Finch, Rick Giovinazzo & Yvonne S. Moriarty Orchestrator Coordinator: Lori Falzone Chavez Score Conducted by Nick Glennie-Smith Score Recorded & Mixed by Alan Meyerson Assistant Engineer: Satoshi Noguchi Additional Recording: Slamm Andrews, Kevin Globerman & John Avila Technical Score Engineers: Phill Boucher, Thomas Broderick, Chuck Choi, Dave Fleming, Jason Goldberg, Andrew Kawczynski, John Lynch & Michael Meehan Digital Instrument Design: Mark Wherry Sample Development: Claudius Bruese, Sam Estes & Michael Hobe Synth Programming: Nick Delaplane & Jacob Shea Score Coordinator: Andrew Zack Studio Manager for Remote Control Productions: Czarina Russell Music Preparation: Booker White Orchestra Contracted by Sandy DeCrescent & Peter Rotter Score Music Recorded at Newman Scoring Stage, 20th Century Fox Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Music Mixed at Remote Control Productions, Santa Monica, CA
Special Thanks: Gore Verbinski, Craig Wood, Nils Peyron, Randy Spendlove, Linda Springer, Adam Cramer, Los Lobos, Bonnie Abaunza, Pete Adams, John Avila, Bob Badami, Stacey Barnett, Jeffrey Biggers, Tiffany Bordenave, Michael Brook, Chris Boyes, Claudius Bruese, Ben Burfield, Lori Castro, Ronni Chasen, Christian Davis, Shannon Erbe, Sam Estes, Morgan Feeney, Tony Flores, Rick Garcia, Max Golfar, Michael Gorfaine, Peter Gorges, Ryan Hernandez, Yolanda Hernandez, Vince Hidalgo, Michael Hobe, Aleksey Igudesman, Alana Kass, Jasha Klebe, Steven Kofsky, Kai Krause, Daniel Kresco, Bill Lane, Heather MacFarlane, William Malpede, Christina Mansky, Johnny Marr, Paul Massey, Peter Miller, Atli Örvarsson, Lee Rossignol, Peter Rotter, Jeff Sanderson, Adam Schmidt, Sam Schwartz, Shalini Singh, Charlie Steinberg, Chris Strong, Armando "Mando" Tavares, Addison Teague, Seth Waldman & Ed Wong
Suzanne Zimmer & the Mini-Z's
Additional Thanks: Terri Baker, Nick Bonomo, Julie Butchko, Dan Butler, Eric Caldwell, Sheryl Carlin, Denis Carver, Jayne Edwards, Adam Ehrlich, Robert Gasper, Jeremy Geltzer, David Gueringer, Sonia Jauregui, Kent Liu, Denise Luiso, Steven Lundy, Elise Mann, Liz McNicoll, Aron Pinsky, Jeannie Pool, Janet Raines, Jennifer Schiller, Christine Sciulli, Kim Seiniger, Susan Siering, Hallie Volman, Linda Wohl & Eric Ybanez
Release date : 03/15/2011
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Hi.. I love rango theme and lizard for lunch.. Could any1 tell what kindda music is lizard for lunch?.. I mean which country style music is that?..
Really? Is that a serious question?
Yes.. I love that music.. I wanna know some other album's name exactly like this music and style.. Cud u help me pls.. I tried in Rex Allen albums but i cudnt get this kindda music.. Basically im a cowboy music lover..
It seems Hans likes to take exisiting pieces of music and mixes them instead of writing new music. Also the main theme is just another version of Jack Sparrow's theme. I think his last REALLY good score was King Arthur.
The new "Lone Ranger" trailer states: "MUSIC BY HANS ZIMMER" !!!
I thought it was scored by Jack White, but this is AWESOME news!
It's a proof that justice exists!
Yay! Before Hans Jack White was on the notes - at least that's what imbd said at that time ;)
Jack White might sing a theme song for the film which is co-written by Hans Zimmer
Speaking of films Hans Zimmer will score, did anyone see the newest trailer for Man of Steel? The music sounded very Gladiator-ish, but I don't know if that's what it was.
I hear it, Mike. It almost sounds like an alternate version of "Elysium". It's not quite what we hear on the OST. If it's not Gladiator, it's definitely Lisa Gerrard. Without a doubt
It's Lisa Gerrard's "Elegy"
it's terrible news - hz is making MoS, he shouldn't involve in something else no minions, co-writers, and so on - pure Zimmer please, its THE SUPERMAN, no some B class movie
I think the music we hear in the beginning of the MoS trailer is the same track we heard in Zack Snyder's movie "Legend of the Guardians". Kind of a remix of the Lisa Gerrard song from "Man on Fire".
No sorry i was wrong, this is definitely "Elegy" by Lisa Gerrard. Sorry!
I am pretty sure master Z can handle this whilst giving MoS the best he can. These guys have never failed to deliver under tight deadlines before.
that's the point - there is no tight deadlines! he has like 7 months to create something memorable, epic, climatic; with orchestra, choir and all that goosebump stuff
taking another project will make MoS worse that it could be, i fear
You speak like Hans is just starting working on MOS.
You think he was sleeping in the last 5 months ? ;)
He's currently recording Man of Steel. That means it's written. Loads of time to work on the Lone Ranger.
I honestly think that the coming year is going to be the most exciting Hans Zimmer year in a long time. As far as I know, he'll be doing the soundtracks for 3 major films next year, none of them sequels. All new themes, all new music. Looking forward to an amazing 2013. If the world doesn't end, that is :p
I'm excited for the same reason, Jasper, but we shouldn't get our hopes too high. Maybe he'll be rushed and we'll have another Curse of the Black Pearl that takes cues from his other movies.
In all seriousness though, I'm really excited. Especially for Man of Steel.
Man of Steel & Lone Ranger scores will certainly be great, but i think Lone Ranger is more the kind of movie that needs a true fantastic and epic score - the kind of movie for which Hans is the best.
Score for Man Of Steel records in mid January. He'll have 5-6 months to work on Lone Ranger.
Spoiler Inside: He miss a song when Rango goes out Dirt and he walks alone in the desert and he crosses the road. It's a sad song. Someone see the song and have the song ? PS:Sorry for my bad english but I hope you understand me :p
Explosions in the sky - your hand in mine
Trent Easton Navarro
It's not by EitS but by Danny Elfman, taken from his score of The Kingdom
The song when Rango walks out in the desert isn't by Zimmer. It's Danny Elfmans song "Finale" from the Movie "The Kingdom" - don't know why they used this one...wasn't Zimmer able to compose a better track?
You're right - that track fits the scene perfectly. But if I was the composer for a movie and the director said to me: "Don't Bother - we use the work of another Composer for that scene" I would have worked my ass of the create a track a hundred times better! Just wondered why Zimmer hasn't done that.
Maybe it was used in the temp track and Verbinski really liked it. I thought it fitted the scene perfectly, best piece of music in the entire film. Judging by the rest of the score it's pretty obvious Zimmer wasn't capable to compose something better.