"No Seat Belts Required" & "Battle Royale" Contain "Batman Theme" written by Neal Hefti
"Who's The (Bat)Man" Written by Neal Hefti, Mansa Wakili, Brayden Deskins, Barry Pointer, Colton Fisher, Jason Rabinowitz & Jaron Lamot Produced by Kato Khandwala & Lorne Balfe Performed by Patrick Stump
"I Found You" Written by Lorne Balfe & Antony Genn Produced by Lorne Balfe & Max Aruj Performed by Fraser Murray Children's Choir: Willa Rose, Lucy Peake, Viola Peake, Raffe Peake, Camille Coburn & Fred Mackenzie
Original Score by Lorne Balfe
Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky Score Produced by Lorne Balfe, Max Aruj & Thomas Farnon Score Technical Assistant: Steffen Thum Music Production Coordinator: Queenie Li Booth Reader: Thomas Farnon Score Coordinator: Elaine Beckett Scoring Consultant: Celeste Chada
Guitar: Damian de Boos-Smith Guitar Tech: Scott Kirby Drums: Chad Smith & Laurence Pike Guitar: Rob Harris Choir Conductor: Dan Walker Choir: Cantillation Choir Choir Contractor: Alison Johnston Boy's Choir Conductor: Thomas Wilson Boy's Choir: St. Mary's Cathedral, Sydney
Children Choir Conductor: Sam Allchurch Children Choir: Gondwana Choirs London Children Choir Contractor: Jenny O'Grady Music Preparation: Jigsaw Music, Jessica Wells, Cliff Bradley, Joel Geist, Ellie Cumming, Julian Langdon & Alex Palmer
Orchestrator: Oscar Senen Assistant Orchestrator: Joan Martorell & Vladimir Tubic Orchestra Conductor: Christopher Gordon Orchestra: The Sydney Scoring Orchestra Score Contractors: Click Track Music & Alex Henery Score Engineer: Evan McHugh Score Recordist: Craig Beckett Assistant Score Engineers: Rose Mackenzie-Peterson & Nicholas Rowse Score Editor: Tim Ryan
Score Mix Engineer: Stephen Lipson Assistant Mix Engineer: Edward Hartwell Air Studios Recording Engineer: Geoff Foster Air Studio Assistant Engineer: Laurence Anslow Song Mix Engineer: Seth Waldmann Technical Music Assistants: Jenny Dirkes, Tom Farries & Joe Cho Digital Instrument Design: Mark Wherry Air Studios Manager: Alison Burton Air Studios Coordinators: Charlotte Matthews & Lucy Matthews Technical Director Synchron Stage & Chief Audio Engineer: Bernd Mazagg Synchron Stage Protools Operator: Martin Weismayr Vienna Musicians Contractor: Christian Buchmann Score Printing Service: Vienna Music Angels Synchron Stage Studio Manager: Sabine Tucmandl Remote Control Productions Studio Manager: Shalini Singh
Score Recorded at:
The Simon Leadley Scoring Stage & The Studio Trackdown Studios, Sydney, Australia
Air Studios, London, United Kingdom
Synchron Stage, Vienna, Austria
Château Routas, Bras, France
Album Mastered by Stephen Marcussen at Marcussen Mastering Executive Album Producer: Chris McKay Executive in Charge of Music For Warner Bros. Pictures: Niki Sherrod Executive in Charge of WaterTower Music: Jason Linn Music Business Affairs Executives: Lisa Margolis & Ray Gonzalez Album Clearances: Margaret Yen & John F.X. Walsh Soundtrack Coordinator: Linda Christie Song Musicians Contractor: Peter Rotter
Special Thanks: Chris deFaria, Courtenay Valenti, Dan Lin, Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Will Allegra, Ryan Halprin, Samantha Nisenboim, Sean Wimmer, Chris Leahy, Gabe Hilfer, John Venzon, Will Kaplan, David Burrows, Justin Tranter, Colton Fisher, Mark Davis, Trisha Gum, David & Eva Balfe, Nina & Rufus Balfe
Dustin Addis, Oren Agman, Darrell Alexander, Maria Alonte, Susan Arnold, Pete Axelrad, Bret Bassi, Hayley Beisler, Maria Belli, Audrey Benoualid, Joseph Billé, Randy Bol, Andrew Brightman, Paul Broucek, Christine Calip, Rocco Carrozza, Candace Carlo, Celeste Chada, Wendy Christiansen, Ollie Fitzgerald, Esther Friedman, Greg Garbowsky, Kerrylyn Genetive, Laura Glass, Jesse Goldsmith, Christopher Gutch, Amy Hartman, Dirk Hebert, Kerry Hickey, Patricia Joseph, Joe Kara, Kevin Kertes, Kolette Kleber, Eliot Knapman, Jeff Koenig, Jake Kozarec, Evan Lamberg, Brian Lambert, David Leiman, Raymond Lewis, Queenie Li, Alison Litton, Anna Livingston, Joe Maggini, Tom Marr-Johnson, Craig Marshall, Gary Miller, Robert Minzner, Genevieve Morris, Amber Naismith, Ralph Paredes, Elizabeth Paw, Jasper Randall, Joel Roman, Peter Rotter, Scot Sherrod, Suzanne Strickland, Lauren Sudar, Christina Swintek, Phillip Tallman, Courtney Teixera, Matt Town, Steve Wall, Shelby Weiser, Steph Whittier, Margaret Yen, Clare Yezerski, Cindy Zaplachinski & Robert Zick
Release date : 02/03/2017
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There seems some negative comments about this score but I think it is great because it is fun but also with great serious overtones. For a change , the music was as important as ththe storyline for a change . I was actually shocked to see Lorne's name at the end because I had never heard his music this good. seems like he was allowed to go wild and enjoy writing . Enjoyed this soundtrack more than anything in a long time so well done
Onlyon this forum ! I think it's amazing and the music makes the film . I have always been a fan of Hans music but now lorn music is beating everyone's music for animation . Really great and best batman score since batman begins
"now lorn music is beating everyone's music for animation."
Sorry. As good as this score is, Lorne still has a long long way to go before he reaches John Powell's level.
Sorry but !!! Edmund you seem to be in the minority ! Social media is constantly Mentioning the score in reviews . I realize I'm new to the new site but I follow Ihim on twitter and Facebook and everyone seems to be congratulating on the soundtrack . Apart from you ! Anyway - it's fun and I close my eyes and sit back and listen to it and enjoy A what else can I ask for .
Good for him! It's great that this score is getting such acclaim. It's a very fun and enjoyable one. But go out and ask those same people if they like this more or How to Train Your Dragon and then come back and tell me what they say.
Not just Powell but Zimmer too! The Prince of Egypt, Kung Fu Panda and The Lion King! Another great Powell animated score is Shrek, which he shares with Gregson-Williams :D
Chad smith played on the score -red hot chilli peppers - what a drummer!!
Black Who's The (Bat)Man - Patrick Stump Your Greatest Enemy Forever - DNCE (could also be the other version, they sound alike) The Arrival Of Robin (Part 2) Man In The Mirror - Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine (in the background) (I Just) Died In Your Arms - Cutting Crew (Briefly) Invincible - Kirsten Arian (Briefly) Joker Crashes The Party One - Harry Nilsson The Arrival Of Robin (Part 1) No Seat Belts Required (also a combination of 2 tracks) To Cage The Joker The Phantom Zone Everything Is Awesome - Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine (As elevator music) Open For Business Chaos In Gotham Lava Attack For Your Own Good Joker Manor Batman's In The Zone The Babs Signal Heroes (We Could Be) (Hard Rock Sofa & Skidka Remix) - Alesso Feat. Tove Lo Battle Royale A Long Farewell Man In The Mirror - Alex Aiono Part of the End Credits (didnt stay for all of it) are: Friends Are Family - Oh, Hush! Feat. Will Arnett & Jeff Lewis Black Excerpt I Found You - Fraser Murray & Lorne Balfe
I forgot The arrival of Robin part 3 (the joker material) That goes before 'Joker Crashes the Party' (which I feel hes done in four separate movies now)
when say arrival of robin part 1 and 2.. where should it be split?
@theeaglesfan005 The Arrival of Robin Part 1: Start - 0:51 Part 2: 0:51 - 1:37 Part 3: 1:37 - End
also 1:29-2:50 from 'Black' was for some reason replaced in the movie with new music no other track has edits like that I think tho
Where does the song I Found You feature in the film? It's a beautiful and it's the Robin theme but want to know where it goes .
Don't know why everyone is actually raving about this score ? Have listened to it once and I haven't felt the urge to listen to it again. It's a fun score for sure. But saying it's the best score for an animated movie since a long time is a bit too much credit for me... But hey everyone can like whatever they want. Love the first minute of The Arrival of Robin though.
I kind of agree with you. It's a fun score but the level of accolades it's getting would have you think it's the second coming of Jesus Christ.
It's not just fun score, it's fun "Batman" score. Sure many of us loved Hans' Dark Knight scores but this kind of addresses more aspects of Batman's & Joker's characters not just their broody nature and completely insane unpredictability that was there in Nolan's movies. Also the contrasting comic nature of the film helps the score to be enjoyed on a different level.
Of course it's not the greatest animation score. But when combined with the kind of popularity Batman & Lego movies have, it's just that more people are talking about it. And I, for one, am glad Lorne is getting some much deserved attention.
Obviously you haven't been reading the reviews then !!!! I think it's a great score and the film is a massive success . The music is is big part of the film and works brilliantly
So if "the reviews" say something, it must be true and the rest of us have to fall in line? LOL
LOL ! Anyway
Has anyone seen the physical release . Amazon seems sold out already
Different Mike here....frequent poster...Whenever I see other Mikes here, I feel the need to change my name. ;)
But I agree with Edmund. It's pretty good, but it's not amazing. Maybe seeing the movie will change my mind.
This is the soundtrack album that Zimmer and Balfe's Megamind should've gotten! That release was pathetic; it failed to satisfy those who wanted the songs (only had 4) and those who wanted the score (13 cues).
I can't stop listening to it . It is everything an animation soundtrack should sound like and more . Just saw the film today and the whole score stands Out in the film . I think this is the year for Balfe .......
The style of instrumentation and orchestration reminds me a bit of Thomas Bergersen from Two Steps From Hell.
I think it has been since Pirates Worlds End that there was a RCP score with such excessive instrumentation. I love it. I think Lorne can handle a Pirates score on his own he wants.
Bergersen, really? I've listened to pretty much every piece of music he has ever composed and I can't say I particularly hear a connection. This score sounds like Balfe's usual animation techniques crossed with an over-the-top version of the Zimmer/Nolan Batman scores. It's certainly a lot of fun, whatever it sounds like!
Really ? I dont quite see it . Anyway it's a great album . Defiantly best soundtrack this year so far . I love I Found you
Amazing soundtrack . Songs are great also . Also loving he piano scrolls On lorns Facebook . It sounds great