"Spider Pig" Based on the Spiderman Theme written by Bob Harris & Paul Webster Parody lyrics by James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean, Ian Maxtone Graham, George Meyer, David Mirkin, Mike Reiss, Mike Scully, Matt Selman, John Swartzwelder & Jon Vitti
Tunes Composed by Hans Zimmer Main Theme by Danny Elfman Executive Soundtrack Album Producers: Hans Zimmer & James L. Brooks Executive in Charge of Music for Twentieth Century Fox: Richard Kraft Music Supervised for Twentieth Century Fox by Mike Knobloch Music Production Coordinator: Rebecca Marellato Fox Music Business Affairs: Tom Cavanaugh
The Simpsons Music Posse: Ryeland Allison, Lorne Balfe, James Dooley, Henry Jackman, Michael Levine, Atli Örvarsson & Hans Zimmer Featured Musician: Heitor Pereira, Guitar
Supervising Music Editor: Daniel Pinder Music Editor: Ryan Rubin Supervising Orchestrator: Bruce Fowler Orchestrators: Walt Fowler, Elizabeth Finch, Ken Kugler, Suzette Moriarty, Steve Bartek & Geoff Stradling Score Recorded & Mixed by Slamm Andrews Album Compiled by Al Clay Orchestra Conducted by Blake Neely & Nick Glennie-Smith
Album Creative Concept: Russell Emanuel & Dolph Taylor Score Album Coordinator: Richard Bishop for 3 AM Productions Coordinator for Hans Zimmer: Andrew Zack Music Production Services: Steven Kofsky Technical Score Engineers: Thomas Broderick & Pete Oso Snell Technical Music Assistants: Jacob Shea & Noah Sorota Music Preparation: Booker White Music Contractors: Sandy DeCrescent & Peter Rotter Vocal Contractor: Sally Stevens Choir: Hollywood Film Chorale Additional Recording by Jeff Biggers Assistant Engineers: Greg Vines & Matt Ward Digital Instrument Design: Mark Wherry Sample Development: Claudius Bruese Score Recorded at The Newman Stage, Twentieth Century Fox Stage Managers: Tom Steel & Francesco Perlangeli Score Mixed at Remote Control Productions Studio Coordinator: Czarina Russell Digital Recordist: Kevin Globerman Album Mastered by Patricia Sullivan at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
Hans Zimmer would like to thank James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, David Silverman, Richard Sakai, Al Jean, Mike Scully, Danny Elfman, Julie Ansell, Danis Sirkot, Pete Adams, Bob Badami, Josh Bornstein, Geoff Barnett, Beckey Bentham, Jeannine Berger, Tiffany Bordenave, Ben Burfield, Alison Burton, Ronni Chasen, Elie Dekel, Ramin Djawadi, Clay Duncan, Zain Effendi, Gail Harrison, Bart Hendrickson, Alex Hill, Jörg Hüttner, Peter Gorges, Michael Gorfaine, Harry Gregson-Williams, Rupert Gregson-Williams, Steve Jablonsky, Matthew Jordan, Jay Kleckner, Ryan Leach, Jimmy Levine, Lisa Licht, Henning Lohner, Greg Maloney, Christina Mansky, Matt Margeson, Amanda Moshay, Trevor Morris, JoAnn Orgel, Brian Porizek, Manfred Ruerup, Sam Schwartz, Dan Shapiro, Elaine Shock, Shalini Singh, Rachel Spiegelman, Chris Strong, John Stuller, Martin Tillman, Krista Vitt, Lisa Walder, Ryan A. Watkins & Geoff Zanelli
Suzanne Zimmer, Zoe Zimmer, Jake Zimmer, Max Zimmer, Annabel Zimmer & Brigitte Zimmer
Extreme would like to thank Matthew Bradbudy, Helen O'Hanlon, Dan Pounder, Karl Hearne, Ira Jaffe, Irwin Robinson, Margaret Johnson, Rose Emanuel, Skye Emanuel, Natalie Taylor & Max Taylor
Release date : 07/24/2007
Special Edition of The Simpsons Movie soundtrack
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Homer, Bart, And A Bike (2:24) (US iTunes Exclusive)
*The Simpsons Theme written by Danny Elfman
**Based on the Spiderman Theme written by Bob Harris and Paul Webster. Parody lyrics by James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean, Ian Maxtone Graham, George Meyer, David Mirkin, Mike Reiss, Mike Scully, Matt Selman, John Schwartzwelder and John Vitti.
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Well, 'Giddyup Suite', isn't that the music in track 10 on the soundtrack !(?), so that's not really unreleased .... or is it different (?) ;) (...except for the minor fade with the previous track on the soundtrack, that is) But perhaps you didn't mean that cue specifically being unreleased... (?)
Disc One 1. Zimmer, Hans - 01 - 1m02 Moon Landing (0:32) 2. Zimmer, Hans - 02 - 1m03-04 Itchy the Hero (0:24) 3. Zimmer, Hans - 03 - 1m05 An Accidental Launch (0:20) 4. Zimmer, Hans - 04 - 1m06 Simpsons Theme (0:30) 5. Zimmer, Hans - 05 - 1m07s Simpsons Green Day Theme (1:24) 6. Zimmer, Hans - 06 - 1m03s Source Cue (0:15) 7. Zimmer, Hans - 07 - 1m09s American Idiot Funeral Version (0:46) 8. Zimmer, Hans - 08 - 1m10s Church Organ Source (0:20) 9. Zimmer, Hans - 09 - 1m11-12 Church Prophecy (1:11) 10. Zimmer, Hans - 10 - 1m13 Homer's Chores (0:38) 11. Zimmer, Hans - 11 - 2m14-15 Lisa Goes Door to Door (0:54) 12. Zimmer, Hans - 12 - 2m16 Lisa and Colin (0:31) 13. Zimmer, Hans - 13 - 2m18 Bart Skates (0:50) 14. Zimmer, Hans - 14 - 2m19 Bart Humiliated (1:11) 15. Zimmer, Hans - 15 - 2m20-23 A Twisted Tail (0:47) 16. Zimmer, Hans - 16 - 2m21s Turtles Happy Together (2:57) 17. Zimmer, Hans - 17 - 3m24 That's What Snug Is (1:21) 18. Zimmer, Hans - 18 - 3m26 Marge Cleans (0:32) 19. Zimmer, Hans - 19 - 3m28 Fishing with Flanders (0:15) 20. Zimmer, Hans - 20 - 3m29 The Lake (0:24) 21. Zimmer, Hans - 21 - 3m30s Town Hall Guitar (0:17) 22. Zimmer, Hans - 22 - 3m32 Town Cleanup (0:19) 23. Zimmer, Hans - 23 - 3m33 Simpson Home (0:09) 24. Zimmer, Hans - 24 - 4m34 Pig Crap (0:27) 25. Zimmer, Hans - 25 - 4m35 Homer Takes A Dump (1:28) 26. Zimmer, Hans - 26 - 4m36 EPA Arrive (0:27) 27. Zimmer, Hans - 27 - 4m37 Operation Dome Drop (1:26) 28. Zimmer, Hans - 28 - 4m38 Town Gathers (0:18) 29. Zimmer, Hans - 29 - 4m39 Trapped Like Carrots (0:48) 30. Zimmer, Hans - 30 - 5m40 Trappuccino Source (0:07) 31. Zimmer, Hans - 31 - 5m42 Maggie Outside (0:31) 32. Zimmer, Hans - 32 - 5m44 Sandbox (0:08) 33. Zimmer, Hans - 33 - 5m46 Lynch Mob (4:30) 34. Zimmer, Hans - 34 - 5m49-50 Outside the Dome (0:59) 35. Zimmer, Hans - 35 - 6m51 EPA Helicopter (0:24) 36. Zimmer, Hans - 36 - 6m52 Homers Solution (1:29) 37. Zimmer, Hans - 37 - 6m53 Believe In America (0:22) 38. Zimmer, Hans - 38 - 6m54s Carousel Ride (1:16) 39. Zimmer, Hans - 39 - 6m55-56 Homer Speeds Up (0:54) 40. Zimmer, Hans - 40 - 6m57-58 Gas Station (1:08) 41. Zimmer, Hans - 41 - 6m59-60 Alaska (1:06) 42. Zimmer, Hans - 42 - 7m61 Homer and Marge (1:03) 43. Zimmer, Hans - 43 - 7m62-63 Town Panics (1:40) 44. Zimmer, Hans - 44 - 7m64s Grand Canyon AD (1:44) 45. Zimmer, Hans - 45 - 7m66 One Choice (0:51) 46. Zimmer, Hans - 46 - 7m67as Grand Theft Walrus Source (0:24) 47. Zimmer, Hans - 47 - 7m67bs Game Over Source (0:06) 48. Zimmer, Hans - 48 - 7m68 Marge and the Kids Leave (0:42) 49. Zimmer, Hans - 49 - 7m69s Carpenter Close to You (3:42) 50. Zimmer, Hans - 50 - 7m70 Homer Out Cold (0:31) 51. Zimmer, Hans - 51 - 8m72a-73 Homer's Epiphany (2:22) 52. Zimmer, Hans - 52 - 8m72b Spiderpig (1:06) 53. Zimmer, Hans - 53 - 8m74 Giddyup (0:36) 54. Zimmer, Hans - 54 - 8m75-76 Must Keep Going-Boob Lady (0:35)
Disc Two 1. Zimmer, Hans - 01 - 8m78 Homer Sees Dome (0:25) 2. Zimmer, Hans - 02 - 8m79s Lisa Saxophone Source (0:16) 3. Zimmer, Hans - 03 - 8m80 Wrecking Ball (0:56) 4. Zimmer, Hans - 04 - 8m81 Town in Ruins (0:07) 5. Zimmer, Hans - 05 - 8m82 Emperor Moe (0:15) 6. Zimmer, Hans - 06 - 8m83 Operation Soaring Eagle (0:34) 7. Zimmer, Hans - 07 - 9m84-86 Homer Climbs the Dome (0:36) 8. Zimmer, Hans - 08 - 9m85s Harmonica Source (0:07) 9. Zimmer, Hans - 09 - 9m86 Supply Shed-Tricked By An Idiot (0:51) 10. Zimmer, Hans - 10 - 9m87-89 Bart Goes to Church (1:39) 11. Zimmer, Hans - 11 - 9m90 Epiphany Tree (0:48) 12. Zimmer, Hans - 12 - 9m92 Nice Knowing You Homer (2:28) 13. Zimmer, Hans - 13 - 10m93 Cargill Ver. 1 (0:41) 14. Zimmer, Hans - 14 - 10m93 Cargill Ver. 2 (0:43) 15. Zimmer, Hans - 15 - 10m94 A Happy Ending (1:51) 16. Zimmer, Hans - 16 - Homer Suite (5:08) 17. Zimmer, Hans - 17 - Giddyup Suite (3:08) 18. Zimmer, Hans - 18 - Theme Suite (4:57) 19. Zimmer, Hans - 19 - Springfield Anthem (Cast) (0:40) 20. Zimmer, Hans - 20 - Simpsons Theme (Album Version) (1:27) 21. Zimmer, Hans - 21 - Trapped Like Carrots (Album Version) (2:14) 22. Zimmer, Hans - 22 - Doomsday Is Family Time (Album Version) (2:27) 23. Zimmer, Hans - 23 - Release The Hounds (Album Version) (2:19) 24. Zimmer, Hans - 24 - You Doomed Us All... Again (Album Version) (5:52) 25. Zimmer, Hans - 25 - Homer, Bart, And A Bike (Album Version) (2:24) 26. Zimmer, Hans - 26 - Recklessly Impulsive (Album Version) (5:27) 27. Zimmer, Hans - 27 - Bart and Homer (Demo Cue) (0:32)[/b]
Total Time - 01:38:49
It was VERY VERY easy to to find. While I cannot say how I did, you should be able to find it as I am amateure. Good Luck!!
i dont know. im sure you could find it on the music portion of the movie's website tho. they normally tell you that and if you own the soundtrack look on the back. they normally tell you who the orchestra was
you are really cool!!!!. with the music from the new release august rush i was able to find the music in me and let it flow onto the ukelele ive already come up with one possible song and 2 really cool tunes. so i just wanted to thank you and all those who worked on that movie.. you are all an inspriration... oh and AWSOME MOVIE as well as the soundtrack we own that one already. now were just waiting for the movie. Thank You again. put the music in my heart again.
1. The Simpsons theme - you have done much to this theme. you gave it alot more life. i loved your vesion of elfman's original theme
2. Trapped like Carrots - awesome. it has a very wind ensemble sound to it. I love this track one of my favorite tracks by you for all time. it is very jazzy. i lke how you play with the melody switching it between the trumpets, clarinets, flutes and then that huge low brass feature, wow!!!
3. Doomsday is Familytime - wow! this is one of the most gorgeous melodies i have ever heard. it is so beautiful. Everyone was afriad that you would have trumpets blasting and this song alone proves your genius.
4. Release the Hounds - Nice touch with the Latin rock feel. shows that you can really write all types of music. veru adventurous!
5. Clap for Alaska - then you come out with the Cathedral Chorale about The Simpsons going to Alaska. and you brought that beautiful melody from track 3 and took it a step further. i loved this track.
6. Whats an epiphany - excellent writing. you feel like your in the dream having the epiphany Homer is having even without watching the movie. This was very well written.
7. Thank you boob lady - then you come out with the military march where homer goes back to save his family. You managed to take the Simpsons theme and turn it into the war melody! Very nice work. you are a genius.
8. You doomed us all again - that beautiful melody comes back and you add even more to it, making all the more gorgeous. Then the march comes in and i see the power in what you are trying to portray here, which is the cities love for their town and Homer's for his family.
9. Lead not read - very adventurous piece. it reminds me alot of the power presented by Silvestri in back to the future, but even better. i loved this track/
10. why does everything i whip leave me - victory chorale. this track is very well put together. its alot like an olympic fanfare. i love it Hans
11. Bart's doodle - very cool piece. you can just imagine them living in a fairy tale land. and it reminds me alot of the music scores to the classic musicals. very creative writing.
12. world's fattest fertilizer salesman - very cool piece. very adventurou and tension building. it makes you want more and more as it goes along.
13. His big Fatt Butt cold sheild us all - Now you took the Simpsons theme and made it into a love theme. very cool Hans. you are definitely a mad genius. All of build in this one. it left me wanting more.
14. Spider-Pig - very dark and creative. Hans Your are a genius.
basically im telling you every track on this cd is awesome. i loved every moment of this soundtrack. i cant wait for more of your scores to come out. hans your the best composer ever!!!
Danny Elfman or Alan Silvestri would have been my first choice; their often lighthearted yet triumphant styles would suit this movie more than...say...a dozen trumpets blasting with marcato strings chopping their way through the background. But maybe Zimmer will "pull a Homer" with this one. Just don't go stealing from Holst again.
Here's an interview with James L. Brooks himself... maybe this will be an answer to the fans' curiosity (or, anger :p)...
http://www.canmag.com/nw/8456-simpsons-movie-james-l-brooks "Alf has a full time job on the series. Hans and I have worked on a lot of movies together. Alf has a full time job and Hans is somebody I think came through for us brilliantly. I know he spoke to Danny [Elfman] and paid all respects there."
Anyway it seems they enjoyed a lot... http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=22484
"Matt Groening: Everything in the movie is bigger. (...) The music, for the first time, you can actually be bombarded by. It's big and loud and very ambitious. Hans Zimmer did a fantastic job with the score. He's like the fifth Simpson. (laughter)
CS: How closely did you work with Hans Zimmer on that score?
Brooks: Intimately, and some of the key things that happened to our movie happened late at the sound mix. There's very little later than the sound mix. When Hans had done these little goofs privately and he played them for us at the very end of the road, we just started putting it in the body of the movie.
Hello, solo paso ha dejar mis saludos a HEITOR TP quien con su talento ha llamado la atencion de nosotros los jovenes, Heitor eres un gran compositor y un virtuoso guitarrista.....todo lo mejor para ti .....ALL THE BEST...---UNA AMIGA DE TUS CANCIONES..(-.-)