"Una Palabra" Written & Performed by Carlos Varela
"The Rave" Also includes:
"Juice" (Live Mix) Written by Riktam & Bansi, Performed by GMS "Deedrah Reload" (GMS Remix) Written by Frederic Holysweski, Performed by Deedrah (contains a sample of "The Ruch", Written by Ritktam, Bansi & Chicago, Performed by Zorba)
And "Space" Written & Performed by Baby Doc feat. SJ
"Angel Vengador" Sung by Gabriel Gonzalez Lyrics by Meri Gavin Piano Arrangement by Stephen Barton
"The End" Music Composed by Harry Gregson-Williams & Lisa Gerrard Vocals by Lisa Gerrard
"Man On Fire Remix" Hybrid Featuring Lisa Gerrard Remix & Additional Production by Mike Truman & Chris Healings aka Hybrid Recorded at Electrotek Studios, Swansea
Music Composed by Harry Gregson-Williams
Executive in Charge of Music for Twentieth Century Fox: Robert Kraft Music Supervised for Twentieth Century Fox: Michael Knobloch Fox Music Business Affairs: Lance Grode Music Clearance: Ellen Ginsburg
Music Editor: Richard Whitfield Mixing & Recording Engineer: Alan Meyerson Assistant Engineers: Gregg Silk, Toby Chu & Meri Gavin Additional Music, Programming & Arranging: Justin Burnett, Stephen Barton, Toby Chu, Meri Gavin & Hybrid Music Preparation: Robert Puff Music Production Coordinator: Gretchen O'Neal The Seattle Session Orchestra Recorded by Seattlemusic Recording Conducted by Harry Gregson-Williams & Stephen Barton Digital Recordist: Brian Valentino Second Engineer: Kory Kruckenberg Scoring Stage Technician: John Schluckebier
Featured Musicians: Hugh Marsh: Electric Violin
Heitor Pereira: Acoustic & Electric Guitar
Peter DiStefano: Electric Guitar
Harry Gregson-Williams Thanks: Tony Scott & Chris Wagner for believing that this would all get done somehow, Richard Whitfield for making it happen, everyone at Wavecrest for their incredible support, Hugh Marsh & Heitor Pereira for their enormous contributions, Lisa Gerrard for her uniquely wonderful gift so late in the day, & Hans Zimmer for being... Hans Zimmer
Additional Thanks: Christine Bergren, Robbie Boyd, Geoff Bywater, Tom Cavanaugh, Amy Driscoll, Lucas Foster, Elizabeth Gabler, Alexandra Lersey, Elissa Loparco, David Matalon, Diane McKain, Dale Melidosian, Mary Jo Mennella, Arnon Milchan, Rebecca Morellato, Gretchen O'Neal, Jo Ann Orgel, Sanford Panitch, Jennifer Prey, Ross Rosen, Sam Schwartz, Mike Tinger, Pete Toumasis, David Vodicka & Bret Wachter
Release date : 07/27/2004
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my main question is about the track "El Paso". In the release, we've got a 40s piece. But when you watch the movie, this piece is more then 2min long. It has such a beautiful and emotional vibe, it's maybe the best piece of music from this movie. so my question is, why it was cutted for the album?
you can find again the half of that missing piece in the end credits, but before it shows its full length, it's again cutted and it starts another music.
is this cue anywhere to be listen in its full length? "El Paso" is just the end of it, and it makes me sad that it was not released in its full glory. Who played it? Was it Heitor Pereira?
I really would appreciate any help for this, as i'm looking eagerly to find any information about it. Thank you very much :)
Ce film est magnifique, intense, profond, triste jdr les film triste et celui la est vraiment génial. la chanson de la fin c la cerise sur le gato! je nai jamais pleuré pr un film et celui la a preske réussi! Denzel washington c un trè bon acteur. Je veu revoir ce film o plu vite!!!