"I Wanna Be Sedated" Written by Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone & Dee Dee Ramone Performed by Mirel Wagner Produced & Arranged by Benjamin Wallfisch
Original Music by Benjamin Wallfisch
Album Produced by Gore Verbinski & Benjamin Wallfisch Score Co-Produced by Chris Craker Orchestrations: David Krystal & Benjamin Wallfisch Additional Orchestrations: Matt Dunkley Orchestra: The Chamber Orchestra of London Orchestra Contractor: Gareth Griffiths Score Coordinator: Darrell Alexander Choirs: Crouch End Festival Chorus & Trinity School Boys Choir Orchestra Conductor: Gavin Greenaway Choir Conductors: David Temple & Ben Parry Featured Vocals: Mary Laey Boy Treble Solos: Sebastian Exall Basso Profundo: Zigmars Grasis Violin Solos: Tom Bowes Guitars: Owen Gurry
Music Recorded by Jake Jackson ProTools Recordist: Gordon Davidson Assistant Engineers: Matt Jones & Connor Hughes Music Preparation by Jill Streater, Global Music Services Music Mixed by Alan Meyerson & Benjamin Wallfisch Music Mix Assistant: Forest Christenson Score Technical Assistant: Max Sandler Music Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London
Music Mixed at Remote Control Productions, Santa Monica
Music Clearance & Legal: Christine Bergren Music Editors: Carlton Kaller & Ken Karman
Executive Album Producers for Milan Records: Stefan Karrer & JC Chamboredon Production Manager: Pablo Manyer Album Mastered by Rob Kleiner at Studio Edison, LA
Special Thanks to: Darrell Alexander, Christine Bergren, Jackie Carr, David Crockett, Morgan Des Groseillers, Rick Granville, Elissa Loparco, Robert Malina, Brian McKenna, Azizi Murray, Bennett Shuster, David Singh & Gore Verbinski
Release date : 02/17/2017
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A little late to the game but I just wanted to praise this score a bit. When I first heard Hans wasn't going to be working on this project my heart immediately sank. Anytime Zimmer works with Verbinski, the end result is always spectacular (even Rango is very enjoyable, despite being a huge mess). I'm so glad I took the time to listen to this one though, Wallfisch delivered in HUGE spades!
Both themes introduced are marvelous, and it definitely speaks to Wallfisch's talent that he is able to utilize each idea without getting repetitive. One of the biggest bonuses is the variety of instrumentation and styles, ranging from the more traditional horror tropes to incorporating some beautiful vocals and even a waltz. If I had any complaints in regards to the album, its that it is far too short. By the time it ended I was hungry for more.
Hearing that he is going to score IT and Annabelle 2, I'm both intensely interested and a little nervous that he might get pigeonholed in horror. If you haven't heard his music for the Peter Pan stageplay (on Apple Music) definitely check it out, the man can write fantasy pretty damn good!
Hannad & Volmer (Like the Opening Title) Our Thoughts Exactly Waiting Volmer Institut Nobody Ever Leaves Terrible Darkness Lockhart's Letter Magnicifent, Isnt It? Bicycle Lipstick Zutritt Verboten Volmer's Lab There is Nothing Wrong With You People Clearly He's Lost His Mind The Rite Feuerwalzer Actually I'm Feeling Much Better (End Credits)
So I think it would be the chronological order :)
No really original . Gore should have used Zanelli or Balfe
Why?! Wallfisch did a really good job
The final correct order is =>
Clearly He's Lost His Mind Our Thoughts Exactly Nobody Ever Leaves Volmet Institut Waiting Terrible Darkness Bicycle Lipstick Zutritt Verboten Lockhart's Letter There's Nothing Wrong With You People The Rite Feuerwaltzer Magnificent, Isn't It? Actually I'm Feeling Much Better Hannah & Volmer
The only mix of "unchronological cues" is "Terrible Darkness", which has short parts from later in the film. "Hannah & Volmer" is the end credits piece.
Funny, the chronological order is almost the exact reverse of the album order! Now all the horror stuff comes first and the action and thematic cues are more towards the second half, whereas on the album it was more the other way around. I think I prefer it this way, that way the score builds up to the good stuff rather than shooting its wad before the album is halfway over (so to speak...). It's a good score with some great material, but a lot if it is VERY hard listening, especially "Lipstick".
Also, Hybrid, where does "Volmer's Lab" go?
Ha ! Forgot it !
It's between Lockhart's Letter & There's Nothing Wrong with You People.
Also, fun fact, in the End Credits of the movie there's a credit :
"Ribbons" Composed by Hans Zimmer Arranged by Benjamin Wallfisch Performed by the Chamber Orchestra of London, Conducted by Gavin Greenaway
Some early ideas Hans wrote did end up in the score. Ribbons is basically the beginning of the waltz in "The Rite", at 2:08.
Interesting. So, it's just the beginning of the Waltz? How long is this "Ribbons" cue? Do you think we'll get to listen to it anytime soon?
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1.Hannah And Volmer 2.Nobody Ever Leaves 3.Bicycle 4.The Rite 5.Feuerwalzer 6.Magnificent,Isn't It 7.Actually I'm Feeling Much Better 8.Clearly He's Lost His Mind 9.Our Thought Exactly 10.Volmer Institu 11.Terrible Darkness 12.Lipstick 13.Waiting 14.Zuttrit Verbotten 15.There's Nothing Wrong With You People 16.Lockhart's Letter 17.Volmer's Lab 18.I Wanna Be Sedated(Feat.Mirel Wagner)