Rosa Walton’s “I Really Want To Stay At Your House” song scores a viral hit on the global music charts! Originally heard on the Lakeshore Records/CD Projekt Red release, Cyberpunk 2077: Radio, Vol. 2 (Original Soundtrack), the song takes flight with a new audience thanks to the anime, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners, now streaming on Netflix!
As the song is featured in the show, legions of fans who have made an emotional connection to this track have launched this song up to the moon in the worldwide streaming charts! Listen to “I Really Want To Stay At Your House” with song lyrics below.
#1 iTunes Soundtrack Song Chart – USA / UK
#1 Spotify Viral 50 – USA / UK
#2 Shazam Discovery Top 50 – Global
You read that right! Your favorite songs from the Netflix hit anime, Cyberpunk: Edgerunners is available now to stream and purchase, including the No. 1 iTunes-charting song that’s giving everyone the feels, “I Really Want To Stay At Your House” by Rosa Walton and Hallie Coggins! The song was originally released as part of Cyberpunk 2077: Radio, Vol. 2 (Original Soundtrack) by Lakeshore Records in partnership with CD Projekt Red, which became a Top 10 album on iTunes this week! View the listening links below.
Whiplash centers on a promising young drummer (Miles Teller) who enrolls at a music conservatory where he encounters a cut-throat instructor (Simmons), with their intense relationship punctuated by Hurwitz’s diverse score and soundtrack. – Deadline
Experience all the drama and excitement of the hit motion picture in its entirety: Whiplash In Concert will have its world premiere October 28 at Boston’s Orpheum Theatre. In the concert, the film’s Oscar-winning composer Justin Hurwitz will conduct an 18-piece jazz big band ensemble that will play Hurwitz’s score live accompanying the 2014 Damien Chazelle film. Keep reading for additional dates and venues.
In the June 2022 print edition of Empire Magazine, The Guest 2Soundtrack album comes in at Number 9 in their “Take 20 – This Month’s Film Moments That Matter” list! That April Fool’s “joke” turned out to be a soundtrack that’s no joke! Remember, this is the soundtrack to a film that does not exist–yet! The producer/writer and director of The Guest, Simon Barrett and Adam Wingard, respectively, have gone on record to state they have indeed been working on an actual sequel. “We’re talking about developed [sic] a potential sequel as a real project,” said Wingard in the May 2022 Empire interview.
This is true, I’ll admit the response to the soundtrack surprised me. I think we’ve finally landed on an idea that excites us and wouldn’t disappoint everyone, but it won’t be soon. Lots to work on first. https://t.co/5dTXtx6F7d
“Each track is a fascinating listen that maps out the relationship between the original character and the themes found in the score as it evolved through the early stages.” – ScreenRant
Lakeshore Records has released The Man Who Fell To Earth: Themes and Sketches, featuring music by Emmy-winning and Grammy®-nominated composer Jeff Russo (Star Trek: Picard, Fargo, Oslo), available now digitally, worldwide. From the SHOWTIME drama series, starring Oscar nominees Chiwetel Ejiofor and Naomi Harris, the tracks are a fascinating listen to the original character and relationship themes found in the score as they evolved in their early stages—whether orchestrated differently or stripped down to piano or organ sketches. A score album is forthcoming. View the album streaming links, track list and more below.
THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH airs on Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.