Additional Music by Dominic Lewis Music Supervisor/Editor: Jonathan Karp & Tom Kramer Score Conducted by Nick Glennie-Smith Orchestrator: Stephen Coleman Score Copyists: Jan Senge & Booker White Music Contractor: Peter Rotter Choir Contracted & Conducted by Jasper Randall Score Recorded & Mixed by Chris Fogel ProTools Operator: Kevin Globerman Score Recorded at The Eastwood Scoring Stage Stage Manager: Jamie Olvera Score Recordist: Tom Hardisty Stage Crew: Richard Wheeler Score Mixed at Hyperion Sound Score Mix Assistant: John Chapman Score Coordinator: Matthew K. Justmann Music Production Services: Tammy Saunt Score Technical Engineers: Victor Chaga, Vivian Aguiar-Buff, Antonio Andrade & Ryan Robinson Concert Master: Bruce Dukov
THIS IS THE END
Music Written & Produced by Henry Jackman
Additional Music by Dominic Lewis, Matthew Margeson & Alex Belcher Music Supervisor/Editor: Jonathan Karp Music Editor: Jack Dolman Additional Music Editor: Dan Pinder Score Conducted by Nick Glennie-Smith Orchestrator: Stephen Coleman Score Copyist: Ross DeRoche Music Contractor: Peter Rotter Choir Contracted & Conducted by Jasper Randall Score Recorded & Mixed by Alan Meyerson ProTools Operator: Vincent Cirilli Score Recorded at Barbra Streisand Scoring Stage Stage Manager: Julianne McCormack Score Mixed at Remote Control Productions Score Mix Assistant: Christian Wenger Score Coordinator: Frank J. Garcia Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky Score Technical Engineers: Victor Chaga, Jason Soudah, Alex Belcher & Beth Caucci Composer Assistant: Vivian Aguiar-Buff Concert Master: Bruce Dukov
Executive Producers for La-La Land Records: MV Gerhard & Matt Verboys Album Mastered by Gavin Lurssen at Lurssen Mastering
Henry would like ot thank Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, Jay Baruchel, James Weaver, Kyle Hunter, Ariel Shaffir, Jason Stone, Matthew Leonetti, Nathan Kahane, Barbara Hall, Nicole Brown, Alex McAtee, Miles Levy, Ben Waisbren, Shawn Williamson, Jonathan Karp, Steve Kofsky, Amos Newman, Dominic Lewis, Matthew Margeson, Jack Dolman, Tom Kramer, Zene Baker, Alex Belcher, Jason Soudah, Victor Chaga, Vivian Aguiar-Buff, Tammy Saunt, Matthew Justmann, Antonio Andrade, Josh Fagen, Victoria De La Vega, Ralph, Becca, Ellie & Mum
La-La Land Records wishes to thank Tammy Saunt, Neil S. Bulk & Frank K. De Wald
Release date : 01/27/2015
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Y'know, with the score album being on iTunes right now, and yes, I checked, I decided to listen to the previews of the songs, and I noticed some major differences between the film versions heard in This is the End and the tracks I heard in the album, particularly Celebrity Sinkhole and Final Rapture on the album and where "Hills on Fire/The Sinkhole" and "The Rapture of Seth and Jay" are in the film, and even "Feeling Horny?" wasn't in the film. Guess it was either this or "The Devil Rapes Jonah."
"The Interview"'s score segments, though, sound just as epicly awesome and awesomely epic as they did in the film (though I miss that awesome guitar riff that showed up where "The Wrath of Kim" was in the film), and there's even some cool new pieces, like Panic at the Palace, which I can say unless I'm wrong wasn't in the film itself (it was probably going to be during the scene where the guy who ate the poison died and his comrade got his head holified*). Hoping to hear some samples from the album... and Kingsman, if the latter's possible this soon.
I wonder if with all the mess around the movie LLL will end up cancelling this...
The day America died... lol
The mentioning of the terrorist attack of September 11th was enough to make Sony and the major theaters shit their pants..
Well, no movie means no soundtrack album as well. It's a way to promote a movie and Sony is done with that at this point.
Normally I'd agree with that line of thinking, Macejko - sad as it is - but this is La-La-Land we're talking about...a specialty score label that's actually interested in presenting the music for its own sake, rather than as a promotional tool.
Plus there's This Is The End involved... Film or not I think this CD is coming out...
Just for the record, it's not how I see the soundtrack business either (in case you couldn't tell already ;). Sadly, I think that the movie studios do. And we will hear Henry's work only through some bootleg.
Why is Henry listed as composer Twice in the page?
I imagine most of the work for the album was already done - maybe it is even already pressed. In this case, would it change a lot, in terms of costs, to release it ? Maybe Sony has more to win than to loose by releasing it (even if I suppose that the profits on a soundtrack-album release is ridiculously low compared to the loss caused by not releasing the movie)
Because Henry is a mutant, isildur ! That's his evil twin !!! :)
No it's just the page is attached to 2 projects : The Interview and This Is The End... And the site can't really handle that lol...
Bingo LLL cancelled it... Crazy...
Hybrid, you seem surprised. Did you really see LLL releasing it? Remember when Season of the Witch and G.I. Joe were moved, and their soundtracks were not released until each film came out? I'll bet that's what will happen with The Interview, if and when Sony (or possibly another studio) decides to release it
Actually for Season of the Witch the label made a mistake and released the OST by mistake ! And I bought it back then ! haha
Hybrid, with all the Animated scores he has done/doing I wouldn't be surprised. Anything and everything is possible there. lol