Supervising Music Editor: Alex Gibson Music Editor: Kevin McKeever Additional Music by David Fleming, Gary Dworetsky, Jay Flood & Corey Jackson Music Conducted by James Sale Supervising Orchestrator: Penka Kouneva Orchestrators: Elizabeth Finch & Larry Rench Music Preparation: Booker White Music Contractor: Peter Rotter Music Recorded & Mixed by Jeff Biggers Additional Recording by Scott Michael Smith Additional Recording & Technical Score Engineer: Lori Castro ProTools Operator: Kevin Globerman Synth Design: Klayton (Celloweller) Vocal Contractor & Conductor: Jasper Randall Music Production Services & Music Score Mixed at Arata Music Music Score Recorded at Eastwood Scoring Stage, Warner Bros. Studios & Newman Scoring Stage, 20th Century Fox Studios
Release date : 06/03/2016
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Remove Turtle Power and place it in the end (it's a theme suite) and it's ordered
Squirrel formation, is in the main title and the turtles grab the pizza to the basketball game, Shredder is were Shredder with the cop and put him in the van, Baxter stockman is a scene were April is had a blonde wigs.
@Hybrid I just saw that they are making a new short film in the BMW series. You happen to know if Jablonsky is returning since he did Hostage. Or if (fingers crossed) Mazzaro or Kawczynski may do it since Neil Blomkamp is directing, that'd be pretty sweet.
I see Lorne Balfe is working with Blomkamp .
Yeah?! Another solid choice. As long as its an RC guy. The best scores in the series where Jab's and HGW's
Steve's new theme is fantastic. I don't know what people are talking about Tyler's theme for the first movie. Isn't it just another slight variation of his Iron Man or Thor 2 themes?
Agreed. TMNT 1 = Iron man 3 = Thor 2
But still one of his best works
Please.. All those themes are different. People feel similarity because Tyler uses horns a lot. Think of theme of superman(old version) and that of star wars. Even their codes and melodys are different, many people think that they are "slight variation".. When you finish studying codes, you will notice those musics are all different....... I wonder why don't you say TMNT2 theme is longer part of transformers theme.. Think before you type.
Nah, it's way more than "he uses horns a lot". The harmonies Tyler uses are far more simplistic and rooted in pop music (especially the iv-VI-I-V from Thor 2, dear God is that ever an overused progression) than the far more complex late-romantic idiom that Williams uses, so when Tyler uses similar ones from score to score it really stands out. The orchestrations in Williams' big themes from the late-70s-early-80s might be similar but the progressions (and rhythmic construction) in Star Wars, Superman and Indiana Jones are totally different. Not to mention the fact that Tyler's melodic lines are way shorter than Williams'.
That Jablonsky's TMNT2 theme sounds a bit like Transformers is, however, also true. But I'm willing to give it a pass because I like hearing that melodic side of Jablonsky's writing make a return.
Edmund Meinerts, I wasn't talking about the styles of Tyler's music or Williams'. I tried to point out that people make rush response to musics. Normal people could say composer's musics are same when they contact musics which contains similar use of instruments. Even if those themes are different. Such as Williams' musics. I was surprised that many people who listened to theme of star wars(opening part) and that of superman barely distinguished the difference because the arrangement of orchestra. That is the reason why I mentioned William's theme. And I wanted to say that this phenomenon is happening to you.
I never heard IV VI I V progression. Isn't it I VI III VII??
Saw the film (which i thought was a lot of fun) but i didn't recall hearing "Half Shell" in the film anywhere. Was it there and i just missed it or did they not use it at all? The rest of the score i thought worked great with the film.
Track 10. Casey Jones - from 0:48 to 01:13 is 100% ripoff from Mad Max Fury Road Theme by Tom Holkenborg. Why?
Because temptrack !
So? What is temptrack?
Temps aside, SJ's works always have a reference to, or ring of RCP's "latest and greatest" output.
Still sounds rad as hell
Well...if temptrack it is, am I the only one to hear some kingsman in "turtles meet krang"? PS:love the score!tartaruga brothers, brothers and half shell(obviously!) are the highlights for me. Nice return to form after a lackluster "witch hunter" score
That's okay, Junkie took that idea from Craig Armstrong's The Incredible Hulk in the first place anyway. :p
Track 3: Tartaruga Brothers reminds me of Terminated from Terminator: Genisys by Lorne Balfe....xD
@Felix: Thought that too :D
and Track 2 Shredder sounds like Shredder from Battleship :D
Haha yeah, because that's totally not Brad Fiedel's theme at all....
Dammit people you're missing the point!
Thi sis the sound we WANT Jablonsky to come back to.
I dont know about the rest of you all, but I prefer my Steve Jablonsky with a side of Transformers.
The man simply kicks ass when it comes to guitar riff scores.
Reminds me! reminds me! Make it better! Hate this reminds guys.
If something reminds us of something else then we damn well have the right to point it out.
MB, what about "Brothers in Arms" by Steve Jablonsky? score for Transformers 4 "Punch-hold Slide Repeat" from. listen to a score of RC for the first time? besides, it was hans zimmer himself confessed that inspired the composer in rc with one another. when a making travel will next make it similar or better. Jablonsky also writes this year for four movies, the music and happy father what one sees on facebook. is just a lot of time pressure behind it but he always comes with what new and used elements from his earlier scores which is also in order. hans zimmer makes it too! especially if it is a specific piece of very good like a pity when you hear film four times in different. but okay.
Half Shell....What Amazing cover from the original TV Series Intro song.
That's why I'm still thinking....Why this good composer didn't get this leitmotiv and made a really fun and cool soundtrack?
Because this OST is all but not fun or inspired or nothing fine. Is really boring and "pilot-mode on", so generic and souless.
I remember the last soundtrack by Brian Tyler. Wasn't a master piece but had a very good main theme and was correct music along the movie. Perhaps when I'll be watching the this sequel I'll can apreciate more the music work with the rest of stuff, but for now, every time I listen the last track "Half Shell"....I'm still askingn, Why?
Love This Score From Steve Jablonsky cool With Orchestra +Electronic Music By The Movie. The New Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Theme Is Cool And Better Than Brian Tyler But The Two Score I Like It. You Must Hear in Apple The Score Of Steve Jablonsky Maybe Is The End Credits Music Is "Half Shell" From New Theme TMNT 2016 And Others New Theme Like Shredder,Krang & Casey Jones
I never understand why some people feel the need to capitalize every word when they post a comment. I see it on YouTube all the time as well. Baffling.
I love this guy, forget Brian Tyler music, just this music.
I really like the Brian's work in the first one, but, i believe, Jablonsky delivers in this... I hope that.
Brian Tyler did awesome theme and job in the first one, that is for sure but I am glad that Jablonsky scored this one a make it his own and we get completely different music and I canīt wait to hear it whole, I hope Jablonsky will do one day some kind of Marvel movie because he is really talented.
scarecrow9, there's an awful contradiction at the end of your sentence... Talented people deserve so much better than scoring Marvel movies
I hope myself Steve manages to get Justice League since Zimmer's leaving. Maybe with Junkie to aid in keeping the style and thematic music on the film, and adapt Hans' themes for Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg.
Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg had a theme? o.O
I think he means the themes that Hans (or whoever) would eventually write for those characters. I seem to recall one of the ideas for music in the DC universe was Hans writing all the main themes, and then various RC composers doing the individual scores using those themes. Honestly, I kind of like the sound of that. It would take advantage of the collaborative nature of RC in the best possible way.
To bring things back to Turtles, Tyler's score for the first is actually one of my favorites of his (it's not as generic as his Marvel music and has some unusually complex writing and cool Matrix-like brass moments), but I thought his main theme was pretty weak and sounded like every other heroic theme he's ever written. With Jablonsky I'm the other way around - I'm fairly confident in his ability to deliver strong themes (even his weakest scores usually have that). But he often stumbles when it comes to the actual underscore. I'm still looking forward to hearing this, though - it could be the best Jablonsky score in a long time.
it will be released on June 3rd, soundtrack samples already available on Amazon
Based on what I hear from the samples, I like it. Different from the first one (and it seems he didn't use Brian Tyler's themes), Jablonsky's style. AND, I hear the 80's anime opening theme in half shell (maybe I'm crazy...), I can't wait!
Sounds adventurous alright, can't wait for turtle power, it's that new theme from the clips and it's so cool.
I confirm for the Animated theme... Some of is in Half Shell ! lol
The movie was temptracked with mad max cues it seems. there are some motifs from the main theme in some of the samples