Score Produced by Hans Zimmer & Ramin Djawadi Executive Soundtrack Producers: Jon Favreau, Kevin Feige & Dave Jordan
Additional Music & Arrangements: Lorne Balfe, Atli Örvarsson, Bobby Tahouri, Clay Duncan & Ryeland Allison Ambient Music Designer: Rob Simon Music Editors: Shannon Erbe & David Klotz Score Recorded by Geoff Foster at Air Lyndhurst Studios, London
Sound Engineers: Chris Barrett & Adam Miller Score Mixed by Alan Meyerson at Remote Control Productions, Santa Monica
Additional Recordings by Slamm Andrews & Jeff Biggers Score Assistant Engineers: Greg Vines & Katia Lewin Technical Composer Assistants: Jacob Shea, Tom Player & Will Greig Score Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Orchestrations: Stephen Coleman Additional Orchestrations: Matt Dunkley Music Production Services by Steven Kofsky, Remote Control Productions
Studio Management: Czar Russell, Remote Control Productions
Orchestra Leader: Perry Montague-Mason Score Technical Engineers: Thomas Broderick, Peter "Oso" Snell Score Preparation: Rob Sneddon for Dakota Music London Orchestral Contractor: Isobel Griffiths, Ltd.
Assistant Orchestral Contractor: Leila Stacey & Lucy Whalley Album Mastered by Gavin Lurssen at Lurssen Mastering
Guitars: Aaron Kaplan Drums: Ryeland Allison Electric Cello: Martin Tillman Percussion & Dulcimer: Greg Ellis
For Lionsgate: Jay Faires - President of Music
Chris Fagot - Head of Soundtracks
Lenny Wohl - General Manager & EVP, Business Affairs
Jeanne Fay & Jennifer Jones - Soundtrack Clearance
Thanks to: Azam Ali, Avi Arad, Peter Billingsley, Laura Breakey, Michael Chong, Charlie Davis, Louis D'Esposito, the Djawadi Family, Lumi Docan, Michael Gorfaine, Bart Hendrickson, Tanya Hill, Karen Johnson, Uli Kurtinat, Jeremy Latcham, Dan Lebental, Seth Lehman, Elizabeth Lynch, Maria Machado, David Maisel, Tom Morello, Ryan Potter, Sean Ricigliano, Sam Schwartz, Rob Simon, Cheryl Tiano, Rebekah Touma, Jack Urbont, Jojo Villanueva, Megan Weller, Andrew Zack, everybody at Remote Control
Release date : 05/06/2008
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so was Djawdi never really wanted for the first iron man. since Debny, who has composed all Favreus other films is now composing the second (did he want Debny to begin with and the studio decided aginst it. Or did Djawdi just not want to come back?
Absolutely amazing sound tracks, the sound track fits the theme and the movie's sequences of scenes. A lot of idiots have commented in here that its not good enough, some even haven't seen the damn movie, jerks.
And those who moan about a classic piece of rock and orchestral fusion have no taste for anything, bunch of tossers.
This easily one of the best scores of the year! There is no disappointment, the only disappointment is that there are a lot of hot heads and goofs who moan about it.
Well I have to say, the movie and the score blew me away. I wasn't expecting what everyone delivered. However, even though I own the soundtrack, working with music a lot myself, I sometimes find missing pieces with movie scores. There is a lot of music in the film not found on it. Does anyone know of anything being released in the future? They market this album as a soundtrack, not a score.
How come I cant find a list of players. Who was the drummer, Guitars, Bass, Orchestra????????? Writing is one thing. Playing another. Why are you not giving credit to the musicians who played the score?
Movie was excellent. Score... hmm... Hans Zimmer with Batman had more punch to it than this, so I would have to say that I'm disappointed - slightly.
I think we can safely say that things could heat up a little more for a sequel. I place my $$ on a better follow through in part II. The only problem?... will Robert Downey Jr. reprise his role or will he figure that the first time out was for an "art" expedition..?
Let's hope he and Gwenyth come back. Excellent chemistry.
Get IM to fight someone with substance... perhaps a war ridden country again but with a diabolical Marvel foe who is behind another arms type operation, which threatens the west again. Hide the foe, generate a political ally, and throw some romance into the second movie... sounds good already!
The movie was great, it was touching, as you say it is was. But the score was totally repeating it's theme all through out the movie maybe not exactly during the touching parts,but I feel that if you really listen it all sounds very similar. so yeah I would have rather listened to a more in touch piece of music,than to have listen to some poor knock off of a cheese B flick from the early 00's. So logical or not, the score still sucks. and theirs nothing anybody can do about it. Except for Top Ramin noodles what ever his name is... Thanks for the reply danny boy.
THIS score SUCKED bad. Lacked emotional content, and was really flat. Need proof listen to spider man's score, Iron man by Black Sabbath was all this movie needed, to bad we all had to wait until the end of the movie to hear a real piece music. Oh well better luck next time.