Music Composed by Harry Gregson-Williams, Danny Elfman‚ John Debney, Gavin Greenaway, Heitor Pereira, Robert Rodriguez, Marcel Rodriguez & Chris Boardman
Music Scoring Mixers: Alan Meyerson & John Kurlander Scoring Coordinator for John Debney: Michael Mason Orchestrators: John Debney, Bruce Fowler, Ladd McIntosh & Don Nemitz Music Preparation: Jo Ann Kane Music Service, Inc. & Booker White Scoring Recordists: Bob Levy & Dann Thompson Score Recorded & Mixed at Skywalker Sound, Marin County
Music Contractor: Janet Ketchum Supervising Music Editor: Richard Whitfield Music Editor: Stephanie Lowry Pro Tools Assembly: Andrew Zweers Album Mastered by David Mitson at Sony Mastering, Santa Monica, CA
Album Produced by Robert Rodriguez Executive Producers: Randy Spendlove & Randy Gerston Executives in Charge of Music for Miramax: David Schulhof & Randy Spendlove Soundtracl Album Coordinators for Miramax: Rachel Levy & Joe Rangel Album Coordination: Michael Mason
Very Special Thanks To: Elizabeth Avellan, Robert Rodriguez, Harvey Weinstein & Bob Weinstein
Special Thanks To: David Agnew, Michael Alfieri, Tim Bernett, Cara Cambria, Tamar Chammou, Elizabeth Clark, Sandra Condito, Kris DeForest, Kenn Doza, Laura Engel, Jane Evans, Gary Faber, Mark Gill, Marcy Granata, Andrew Gumpert, Michael Helfant, Brian Leff, Jonathan Palmer, Jayna Pakman, Debbie Reinberg, Andrew Rona, Cassie Ross, Jessica Rovins, Julie Russell, Lori Sale, Dag Sandsmark, Ian Schafer, Bill Scott, Nicole Sedita, Brad Weston, Tamee Smith-Zimmermann. Also to Don Davis, Rob Dillman, Alison Taylor, Norm Waitt Jr., and everyone at Chapter III Records & The Gold Circle Label Group
Robert Rodriguez would like to thank: Hans Zimmer, Richard Whitfield, Charles Choi, Liz, Rocko, Race, Reb & Mum & Daddy-O
Release date : 03/30/2001
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This score is a whole cocktail of composers. Does anyone know how it sounds? It loks interesting
It's rather good. One can quite easily know who did what, so maybe it lacks a bit of unity, but it is still pleasant to listen. The highlight from the score are mainly the tracks by Elfman, Debney or Gregson-Williams, plus the "Floop's castle". The two tracks by Los Lobos are not bad, but really in another mood than the general score. So yes I think it's interesting to have it, and I remember it being quite cheap.
I agree! It is definitely worth purchasing. I bought a copy a year ago and I really enjoy it. It is nice to have a variety of composers on this score. I would recommend it for sure.
It's such a weird coincidence that people would pop up and start commenting on this page! I was just reminiscing about seeing this movie as a kid and thought, "Hmmm, I think I'll go find the soundtrack." Is this a new page, or have people never ever commented on it until just now?