"Ein Crop Duster Can Race" Performed by Dave Wittenberg Music & Lyrics by Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez Produced by Mark Mancina & Matt Walker
Original Score Composed & Produced by Mark Mancina
Executive Music Producer for Disneytoon Studios: Matt Walker Director of Music Production for Disneytoon Studios: Brett Swain Music Coordinator for Disneytoon Studios: Francis Debbane Music Business Affairs: Donna Cole-Brulé Mastered by Pat Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Los Angeles, CA
Additional Music Composed by Dave Metzger Orchestral Arrangements & Orchestrations by Dave Metzger Score Conducted by Don Harper Score Recorded by Steve Kempster Score Mixed by Frank Wolf Digital Score Recordist: Larry Mah Supervising Music Editor: Mike Flicker Score Recorded at Sony Pictures Studios & Conway Recording Studios Supervising Copyist: Booker White Orchestra Contractors: Sandy DeCrescent & Gina Zimmitti Vocal Contractor: Bobbi Page
Special Thanks: Traci Balthazor-Flynn, Klay Hall, Angela Infranca, Jill Iverson, John Lasseter, Sean Lurie, Chris Montan, Meredith Roberts & all at Disneytoon Studios, Walt Disney Records & the Disney Music Group
Release date : 08/06/2013
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Never heard any of the scores by Mancia but this one is awesome.
Please, suggest me some more of his good stuff.
The starting of the track "Leg 7" sounded familiar to me. Anyone felt the same?
The beginning of "Leg 7" is oddly identical to the track "Knife to a Gun Fight" from Michael Giacchino's Mission Impossible 4 score. I wonder if it might just be a coincidence, but it's definitely there. Weird, huh.
As for Mancina recommendations, he did a ton of really fun, thematic scores in the 90s...Speed, Bad Boys, Twister, Speed 2 etc. Those are pretty much all great. Tarzan is a strong score too, if you can find the score-only promo (apparently it was more important for the original album to have four versions of "Two Worlds, One Family" than to properly represent the score). And he did a score to a Japanese anime called Blood+ (yes, really) which is really good as well. Mancina's one of my favorites from MV because he never forgets to put in memorable themes and a sense of fun!
Wow! I didn't know Bad Boys was Mancia's. I always liked that score. Thanks, Meinerts.
Speed and Speed 2, my favorites of Mancina
How can you forget Blood+, Divas theme, I mean its one of his best tracks and score
I'm usually not one to rant about this stuff, but can someone please explain to me how the hell does this have such a low rating in this site since pretty much before it was even released?? Not only that, but how can this have a lower rating than that absurdly missed opportunity that was the Man Of Steel score? I guess that alone speaks for the state of film music today... I'm not saying that everyone was to love this score and give it 5 stars or anything like that, but jesus, doesn't make any sense to me...
I just rated this 5 stars and whaddya know, it bumped the average up to 3. :p
The ratings on this site are weird though, I'd say just ignore them.
Indeed, Edmund, the ratings on this site are weird.
If the trailer alone was any indication, then this is a five star score.
The trailer cue (which is the first track, "Planes") is by far the best thing in the score but there are a lot of fun action cues that sound like Speed/Twister crossed with Henry Jackman action cues from Puss in Boots/Wreck-it Ralph. And the love theme in "Dusty and Ishani" has to be heard to be believed...it's like a Bollywood version of Days of Thunder. XD
AMAZING score. Anyone who loves classic 90s Media Ventures music will absolutely adore this. It's like 90s Mancina with a bit of John Powell/Henry Jackman's orchestral style for animations thrown in. For me, probably the best score of the year so far, and certainly the best main theme.
Indeed. Was a bit confused about the indian themes, but looks like there is a plane from there so it makes sense. Nice work Mark Mancina!
Agreed, it's a fantastic score! It really brings back that "Twister" feeling... definitely my favourite score from animations (together with HtTYD and LK). :)