Produced by Steve Jablonsky Executive Soundtrack Album Producer: Robert Townson Executive in Charge of Music for Universal Pictures: Mike Knobloch Music Business Affairs for Universal Pictures: Philip M. Cohen Music Production Coordinated for Universal Pictures by Tiffany Jones
Music Editor: Katrina Schiller Ethnic Winds: Phil Ayling Guitars: George Doering Percussion: Satnam Ramgotra Solo Vocalist: Lisbeth Scott Score Conducted by Nick Glennie-Smith Score Recorded & Mixed by Jeff Biggers Orchestration: Y. Suzette Moriarty, Penka Kouneva, Geoff Stradling & Frank Macchia Ambient Music Design: Clay Duncan Technical Score Advisor & Additional Programming: Nathan Whitehead Music Preparation: Booker White Performed by The Hollywood Studio Symphony Music Contractor: DeCresent / Rotter Vocal Contractor: Sally Stevens Score Recorded at Newman Scoring Stage, 20th Century Fox
Digital Recordist: Larry Mah Score Mixed at Remote Control Productions Assistant Mix Engineer: Daniel Kresco Mastered by Patricia Sullivan FourStar
Steve Jablonsky would like to thank: David Gordon Green, Danny McBride, Scott Stuber, Jon Mone, Craig Alpert, Donna Langley, Adam Fogerlson, Mike Knobloch, Rachel Levy, Tiffany Jones, Katrina Schiller, Nathan Whitehead, Jeff Biggers, Lucy Jablonsky, Jon Jablonsky, Katia Lewin Palomo, Hans Zimmer, Harry Gregson-Williams, Bob Badami, Pat Sandston, Michael Bay, Sam Schwartz, Michael Gorfaine, Cheryl Tiano, Maria Machado, Czarina Russell, Steve Kofsky, Shalini Singh, Erick DeVore, Robert Townson, Susie Curiel, Juanita Nunez, Estela Garcia, Felix Valeriano Sr., Felix Valeriano Jr., & everyone at Remote Control Productions
Thanks: Linda Christie, Eddie Egan, Bette Einbinder, Lauren Martin, Eric Polin, Jason Schlouch, Pam Springs & Kyle Staggs
Release date : 04/05/2011
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Man, the all synth version of the themes for the end credits of this film is fantastic. Almost wish they would have used those instead. Wish they would have included an end credits suite with those versions on the album.
I'm having problems with the Your Highness complete score. In track 7 "Angry Boremont", it was corrupted. Either it's from the burned CD or otherwise, I think. If anyone has the original source, please let me know.
Quit being such a hater. Just because the additional 13 minutes wasn't in the official soundtrack doesn't mean you'll have to whine and complaint about it. And besides, the additional 13 minutes isn't a joke... it is 100% real and legit.
We are talking about your Highness and not have transformers - revenge of the fallen. Your problem is with nothing to harmony that it since! Perhaps Transformers 3 score is longer? Can do what no one if RC is too lazy to publish longer score.
You make very good music, but are not the only who make good music.
John Debney, Trevor Rabin, Brian Tyler, or bear McCreary would be the best alternative.
It is me personally to buy prefer official publications. When illegal uploads to download and I think it also not very much. But there was once a time as it was to film remember to continue to publish. Thinking of times about it! It will come out every year to enough music from Zimmer and co. Because, similar to many things that were for the other score not on it.
Well, the tracklist of the 'complete' shown below leaves out the 3 theme suites, so it has closer to 25 min more than the official, not just 13 min... not that it's very important though, just thought I would mention it.
I don't think illegal downloads will be the end of physical CD releases. You would think that 8 tracks, cassettes, and MP3s would have ended vinyl, but it's still kickin'. And T-Mann036 is right, just because there's an additional 13 minutes is nothing to cry about. The film itself is an hour and 42 min, so that's a difference of about a half hour. There is not music in every single scene. That would mean that there's music continuously from when the Universal logo comes up to the time the end credits finish playing. Stop your complaining.
I didn't realize you have it. I just got it, I'll let you know what I think. I'm baffled that there's a complete score for a film that has only been out for a week, especially by Steve. He's my favorite right below Hans.
At first, I had doubts that it was fake. But after listening to the complete film score, I was epically blown away. Although I haven't seen the picture at a theater, Steve have done an outstanding job composing as well as the conducting of Nick "The Rock" Glennie-Smith.
49 tracks in 1 hour, 13 minutes!!!! Let me know what you think of Jablonsky's complete score.
Great Score! Just saw the film, its silly as hell an i was laughing all the way threw it. The score really is its own character in the film. Its the music Thadeous undoubtedly hears in his head when he goes on his quest lol
I've been listening to the score, and I wouldn't say that there is a "heavy" Transformers influence, any more than usual in Jablonsky's works. That said, some parts are heavily influenced by Pirates of the Caribbean (Thadeous' theme in particular), but I can live with it.