"Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" Performed by Danny Jacobs Written by Robert Clivilles & Freedom Williams Produced by Stephen Hilton
"Wannabe" Performed by Danny Jacobs Written by Victoria Beckham, Melanie Brown, Emma Bunton, Melanie Chisholm, Geri Halliwell, Matthew Rowbottom & Richard Stannard Produced by Stephen Hilton Background Vocals by Jessica Weiss
"Hot In Here" Performed by Danny Jacobs Written by Cornell Haynes, Pharrell Williams & Charles Brown Produced by Stephen Hilton Background Vocals by Jessica Weiss
"Fur Power!" Contains an Excerpt of "Pomp & Circumstance" Written by Sir Edward Elgar
"Non Je Ne Regrette Rien" Performed by Frances McDormand Written by Charles Dumont & Michel Vaucaire
"Love Always Comes As A Surprise" Performed & Produced by Peter Asher Written by Peter Asher & Dave Stewart
"Afro Circus / I Like To Move It" Performed by Chris Rock & Danny Jacobs Produced by Hans Zimmer & Stephen Hilton "Afro Circus" written by Chris Rock "I Like To Move It" written by Erick Morillo & Mark Quashie
Music by Hans Zimmer Soundtrack Album Produced by Hans Zimmer, Peter Asher & Bob Badami Executive in Charge of Music: Sunny Park
Additional Music: Lorne Balfe Penguin World: Tom Holkenborg Additional Arrangements: Stephen Hilton & Jasha Klebe Music Wrangler: Bob Badami Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky Music Consultant: Peter Asher Music Editor: Slamm Andrews Featured Soloists: Sheila E & Aleksey Igudesman Assistant Music Editor: Jessica Weiss Scored Recorded by Geoff Foster Score Assistant Engineers: Chris Barrett, Adam Miller & Laurence Anslow Score Recorded at Air Studios, London
Music Mixed by Slamm Andrews Mix Assistant Engineer: Lori Castro 2nd Mix Assistant: Nils Montan Additional Recording & Mixing: Daniel Kresco Additional Recording: Rupert Coulson Assistant Recording Engineer: Christian Wenger Score Readers: Thomas Farnon & Matt Dunkley Digital Instrument Design: Mark Wherry Technical Consultant: Chuck Choi Technical Assistants: Andrew Kawczynski, Max Aruj & Will Greig Sample Development: Same Estes, Michael Hobe & Claudius Brüse
Score Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Orchestra Leader: Perry Montague-Mason Choir: Metro Voices Choir Leader: Jenny O'Grady Percussion: Frank Ricotti, Paul Clarvis, Ian Thomas & Gary Kettel Supervising Orchestrator: Bruce Fowler Orchesteators: Walt Fowler, Yvonne S. Moriarty, Rick Giovinazzo, Kevin Kaska, Ladd McIntosh & Ed Neumeister Score Preparation: Booker T. White Librarian: Jill Streater London Orchestral Contractor: Isobel Griffiths, Ltd.
Assistant Orchestral Contractor: Ludy Whalley
Music Managers: Roger Tang & Susan Thampi Score Coordinator: Andrew Zack Studio Managers: Czarina Russell, Remote Control Productions & Allison Burton, Air Studios London
Music Clearances: Julie Butchko Music Business Affairs: Dan Butler, Liza McNicoll & Jennifer Schiller Album Mastered by Pat Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering
Executive in Charge of Soundtrack: Anthony Seyler Business Affairs: Marnie Neives
Hans Zimmer would like to thank: Jeffrey Katzenberg, Bill Damaschke, Eric Darnell, Tom McGrath, Conrad Vernon, Mireille Soria, Mark Swift, Sunny Park, Ann Daly, Anne Globe, Bonnie Abaunza, Peter Asher, Bob Badami, Lorne Balfe, Tiffany Bordenave, Alison Burton, Claudius Bruese, Nick Douillard, Sam Estes, Michael Hobe, Chaz Lagrecque, Christian Mansky, Amos Newman, Ryan Ouchida, Steven Kofsky, Lee Rossignol, Shalini Singh, Dave Stewart, Chris Strong, Andrew Zack
A special thanks to Suzanne Zimmer & The Mini Z's & Zoe Zimmer
DreamWorks Animation would like to thank: Melissa Baldwin, Stephen Barnes, Jim Beshears, Matthew Burke, Eric Caldwell, Candace Carlo, Herbert Chin, Bradford Cobb, Kelsey Cressman, Tim Curtis, Kara Darling, Ben Demonds, Peter Ettinger, Kim Fast, Nick Fletcher, Tom Goldfogle, David Gueringer, Jerome Hill, Tiffany Hurewitz, Jake Jacob, Dave Kaplan, Alison Lima, Vivian Liu, Carianne Marshall, Nick Loritsch, Judah Mambu, Sean McGinn, Rory McPartland, Suzanne Metrick, Jeremy Mohr, Heather Nash, Emily Nordwind, Katherine O'Connor, Cynthia Park, Don passman, Michele Reed, Chevion Reese, Natanya Rose, Rebekah Ross, Jason Scardamalia, Ethan Schiffres, Cristina Schweitzer, Susan Spencer, Sara Walker, Billy Weber, Kevin Wong, Pat Woods, David Yanover, Eric Ybanez
Interscope would like to thank: Adrian Amodeo, Gretchen Anderson, Steve Berman, Erin Dawson, Dennis Dennehy, Jurgen Grebner, Kerru Hickey, Rand Hoffman, Jimmy Iovine, Tomoko Itoki, Gary Kelly, Martin Kierszenbaum, Brooke Michael, Marnie Nieves, Greg Prink, Ryan Rodriguez, Brenda Romano, Raquel Taylor, Angel Vredenberg & Ike Youssek
Release date : 06/05/2012
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1. Opening (1:22) 2. Bad Dream-New York City (3:11) 3. I Wish We Could Go Home (0:44) 4. Chimp Hotel Source (0:34) 5. Chimp Hotel Source (Alt.) (0:41) 6. Main Title-Clandestine Monte Carlo (1:28) 7. Everybody Dance (1:20) 8. I'm Gonna Lead (2:13) 9. Casino Escape (1:13) 10. If You Want To Be My Lover (0:18) 11. Meet Dubois-Escape Continues (1:22) 12. Luxury Assault Urban Recreational Vehicle (0:50) 13. Dubois on the Scene (1:05) 14. Monte Carlo Chase Pt. 1 (1:27) 15. Monte Carlo Chase Pt. 2 (1:00) 16. Monte Carlo Chase Pt. 3 (2:35) 17. Julian is Saved (0:35) 18. We Gotta Get Home (0:51) 19. The Fuzz-Meet the Circus-Escape (2:19) 20. Knife Sting-We're Going to Africa (1:04) 21. Vitality (1:04) 22. Meet Sonja the Bear (1:11) 23. Dubois Tracks the Zoosters (1:31) 24. Dubois Tracks the Zoosters (Alt.) (1:35) 25. Rome (0:46) 26. Backstage Rome (1:13) 27. Con Te Partiro (1:37) 28. Gia (1:49) 29. Dubois-Where There is Smoke There is Lion (1:24) 30. Saber Dance (1:35) 31. Saber Dance (Alt.) (1:38) 32. Saber Dance Reprise (0:54) 33. Italian Police-Dubois Escapes (1:40) 34. Where Did Alex Go (1:10) 35. Circus Zaragoza-Vitaly's Story (3:27) 36. Phase 4-7B (0:41) 37. Circus is in Here-Pomp and Circumstance (3:12) 38. Non, Je Ne Regrette Backing Track (1:27) 39. Cannonball (2:44) 40. Training Montage-Alex and Gia (0:53) 41. Training Montage Mid (1:05) 42. Training Montage End (1:21) 43. Love Ballad (3:34) 44. Circus Train (2:05) 45. London (1:21) 46. Alex Encourages Vitaly (2:50) 47. Fireworks Sweetener #1 (0:33) 48. London Celebration-Dubois on the Hunt (3:17) 49. Julian And Sonja Breakup (1:43) 50. Back to NY (4:56) 51. Back in the Zoo (0:41) 52. Dubois and the Venon Ver. 1 (3:11) 53. Dubois and the Venon Ver. 2 (3:16) 54. Circus to the Rescue (0:38) 55. Rescue Stefano (2:34) 56. Afro Circus-Move It (2:56)
Just saw the movie, it was great fun with absurd humor and incredible stylish effects. The score was great, with several new themes, but there will definitely be a LOAD of great missing cues... as expected :/
Look forward to the album! nice job from Zimmer & Balfe!
All recent sequel scores by Hans Zimmer have been unacceptably short. Makes me wonder what is going to become of Dark Knight Rises.
While this score looks to be longer than both Rango and Pirates 4, it is still a bit shorter than the slightly older Zimmer outputs like Pirates 3 and Sherlock Holmes.
What startles me about this track list is track number 9...Hmmm, where else have we seen that song get used before? While it looks to be not the whole song, wouldn't it be dandy if it was in stereo?
I'm hoping the reason OST & AGoS have sucked so bad is that Hans has been hard at work making TDKR a masterpiece of a score. And if not, I just may lose all hope in mankind
Mr Charles, I completely agree.
But I promise you, the score for Madagascar 3 is very cool, far from a simple remixing of the old themes! Hans is back, that's a good news for TDKR :)
Oops, I take back everything I said a couple days ago. See, I didn't realize that over half of this soundtrack was made up of songs by various artists, and if other sources are right, we are left only with about 18 minutes of score.
That is simply obscene. Rango was 34 minutes long, but then we stepped it up a bit with Pirates 4 coming in at 45 minutes...except that if you remove all the unused, irrelevant Rodrigo y Gabriela pieces you're left with only 26 minutes of actual score.
Now we only have 18 minutes?? We could expect the trend to continue until we're left with an album full of various artists' music and one 2-minute long cue from Zimmer, and after that, he'll just stop releasing his music altogether!
Also, I see from other sources that "Non Je Ne Regrette Rien" was not performed by Edith Piaf, so there goes that hope. Rant over.
Mr Fate: you're right, but let's look back in the '90. "True Romance", "Days of Thunder", "Rain Man", .... They ALL were compilations with 2 or 3 Zimmer cues.
Here, the label wants clearly to please the kids with songs... It's sad but it is so. It's still better than Madagascar 1 & 2.
I find the Zimmer cues here very cool, with 2 or 3 good new themes.
Ahh! I love True Romance! "You're So Cool" is one of my favorite Zimmer pieces :D
1. New York City Surprise – Hans Zimmer 2. Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) – Danny Jacobs 3. Wannabe – Danny Jacobs 4. Game On – Hans Zimmer 5. Hot In Herre – Danny Jacobs 6. We No Speak Americano – Yolanda Be Cool 7. Light The Hoop On Fire! – Hans Zimmer 8. Fur Power! – Hans Zimmer 9. Non Je Ne Regrette Rien – Frances McDormand 10. Love Always Comes As A Surprise – Peter Asher 11. Rescue Stefano – Hans Zimmer 12. Firework – Katy Perry 13. Afro Circus/I Like To Move It – Chris Rock