Executive in Charge of Soundtracks for Relativity Music Group: Jason Markey Music Coordinator for Relativity Music Group: Ian Broucek Score Produced by Trevor Morris Score Mixed at Trevor Morris Studios, Santa Monica, CA
Score Mixed by James T. Hill Additional Mixing & Production by Phil McGowan Music Team: Stuart Michael Thomas, Robert Lydecker, Steven Richard Davis, Steve Tavaglione, Mel Wesson & Todd Haberman
Featured Solo Trumpet: Chris Tedesco Featured Guitarist: Aaron Kaplan Featured Electric Cellist: Tina Guo Featured Piano: Trevor Morris
Music Supervisor: Selena Arizanovic Technical Supervisors: Tyler Westen & Justin Thompson Assistant to Composer: Shaina House Orchestra & Choir: The Slovak National Symphony Orchestra & The Lucnica Chorale Recorded by Peter Fuchs & Martin Roller Orchestra Coordinator: Paul Talkington Orchestrator & Conductor: Allan Wilson Soundtrack Mastered by Stephan Marsh at Marsh Mastering
Trevor would like to thank: Antoine Fuqua, John Refoua, Marielle Noble, Avi Learner, Trevor Short, Mark Gill, Boaz Davidson, Danny Learner, Selena Arizanovic, Millennium Films & Film District, Mike Gorfaine, Maria
Machado, Cheryl Tiano, Sam Schwartz, WildFire Studios, & everyone on my team at Trevor Morris Music
And finally to my muses, my amazing family Zoe, Josie & Jackson Morris
Release date : 03/19/2014
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Really? The movie's no longer than 90 minutes and the album is pushing 70. I wouldn't be surprised if everything is already on there. Certainly there weren't any significant cues missing from what I could hear.
One hell of a fun action score! The soundtrack album has the same flaw as most Brian Tyler's score albums though, it's a bit too long.
But, on the contrary to Tyler's usual albums, it's in chronological order, that's one cool thing about T. Morris !
And it's really a different listen when you've seen the movie, which is absolutely btw, really cool actioner ! :)
Trent Easton Navarro
I wish Tyler would do that as well. I once programmed one of his scores in chronological order, and it was a much better listening experience (still too long though :P)
Yeah, that makes sense. At first I didn't care much for Danny Elfman's Oz score, but after having seen the film I enjoyed it a lot more. Had that with more scores as well. Film indeed looks like a fun action flick!
If someone told me this was Brian Tyler's score for Battle Los Angeles 2, I'd probably believe him ;)
Something to do with Aaron Eckhart, maybe... :P
Actually 2 guys who worked on that score are regular Brian Tyler collaborators... So don't worry if Iron Man 3 sounds a bit like that ! :P
Let's face it - Iron Man 3 will kick a**!!! Tyler is the best action score composer these days.