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A cue is able to buy on Amazon.
Track (Mother’s Name) is nicked from Promised Land…
My Cd shipped yesterday. It seems like a long Elfman drought is finally coming to an end!
I’ve listened to it all the way through once, doing it again as I write this. I love what I’m hearing so far. Track 17 (John’s Speech) is a re-orchestrated version of Oli’s Lullaby from Standard Operating Procedure.
Very interesting album.
And I must say I’m always more than happy to hear Danny sing again.
Even if the song is not to be taken too seriously, it is very reminiscent of early Oingo Boingo fun.
It sounds like a “Tender Lumplings, part 2”.
I love it.
Fun, quirky score. Some of the more dramatic moments recall ‘End of the Tour’ a bit, but the jazzier/cartoon (I’m assuming) elements seem quite unique to this one.
I do get the feeling that the Justice League call came while Danny was scoring this – that would explain the Promised Land and SOP lifts (and the Somers cue).
Two interviews here:
Car Crash has the SOP theme in it as well; this score is like a “Danny Elfman’s Independent Movies Greatest Hits”. That being said, it’s a really pleasant listen every time…
Yes, loving the score too despite the bits and pieces from his other things. This is exactly the Elfman I listen to these days. The JUSTICE LEAGUEs of this world can go take a hike!
The MP3 version has three extra cues.
Has anyone actually seen the movie yet? I caught it last weekend and really enjoyed it. I think that the bonus cues from the MP3 version of the soundtrack are not actual cues from the film, and probably just tacked on as “bonus tracks”. I didn’t expect it to be as funny as it was. “Auntie Tia” comes in during a very memorable and funny sequence.
I’ve unchecked the ‘Mother’s Name’ cue from iTunes. It really takes me out of the listening experience.
I really like Somers’ cue.
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