This week, we dedicate our Free Music Fridays giveaway to Charlie Bartlett (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), featuring score by GRAMMY and EMMY-nominated Composer Christophe Beck! Christophe may be best known for his acclaimed Frozen and Frozen II compositions, but don’t forget about his earlier work. Charlie Bartlett is one rare soundtrack you should add to your growing movie soundtrack collection.
The album features songs from the movie by Hard-Fi, Curtis Mayfield, Spiral Beach, Kat Dennings, and Tom Freund, and dialogue from the movie!
See details below on how you can enter for a chance to get a free album download!
Directed by Jon Poll (Bombshell, The Greatest Showman), Charlie Bartlett (2007) stars Robert Downey, Jr., Hope Davis, and the late Anton Yelchin.
In this edition of Throwback Thursday, we revisit Richard Linklater’s A Scanner Darkly film, featuring score by Graham Reynolds! The album was released last year on vinyl via Lakeshore and Fire Records. Richard Linklater’s film based on a story by Philp K. Dick, which stars Keanu Reeves, Robert Downey, Jr., and Winona Ryder, was a visual delight produced in rotoscope animation and considered a commercial success at the time of its release in 2006. Hailed as “one of the most faithful movie adaptations of any Dick story to date” (Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune), its influence in pop culture endures to this day.
Fans of the film will surely prick their ears to discover stars Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder have reunited in their upcoming film, Destination Wedding (in theaters August 31). The film features score by triple EMMY® Winner William Ross (Ladder 49, Away and Back) — stay tuned for soundtrack release information on this!
Lakeshore Records will release the soundtrack to Let’s Be Cops, the box office comedy hit directed by Luke Greenfield and starring Damon Wayans, Jr., Jake Johnson, Nina Dobrev, James D’Arcy and Andy Garcia, now available to rent or own on iTunes. Let’s Be Cops (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is available digitally on December 9 and features music by various artists such as Diplo (feat. Angger Dimas & Travis Porter), Cypress Hill & Rusko, Santigold, Moby, and Composer Christophe Beck (Edge of Tomorrow,Frozen,Runner Runner) and Jake Monaco featuring their “Suite from Let’s Be Cops”; and more.
Let’s Be Cops (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
01. Biggie Bounce [TWRK REMIX] – Diplo (feat. Angger Dimas & Travis Porter)
02. Shots Go Off (Whiiite Remix) – Cypress Hill & Rusko
03. Bueller (feat. Chuck Inglish) – ETC!ETC!, Brillz & Diplo
04. Don’t Drop That Thun Thun – Finatticz
05. My Superman – Santigold
06. The Perfect Life (feat. Wayne Coyne) – Moby
07. Stuck In The Middle With You – Lazlo Bane
08. Rock You Like A Hurricane – Scorpions (ISRC: DEE861101522)
09. Big Banana (feat. R3hab, Prophet) – Havana Brown (ISRC: AUUM71200727)
10. I Want It That Way – Backstreet Boys
11. Suite from Let’s Be Cops – Christophe Beck & Jake Monaco
In honor of Tom Cruise‘s birthday today, Lakeshore Records takes a look back at Tropic Thunder(rent it on iTunes), a highly entertaining film which stars Tom Cruise as the hilariously hotheaded movie producer, Les Grossman. Composer Theodore Shapiro (Blades of Glory, Marley & Me, Dinner for Schmucks) created a decidedly epic score which highlights the movie’s beautiful cinematography and explosive action sequences. The various artists soundtrack is the perfect playlist for this movie: Creedence Clearwater Revival (“Run Through The Jungle”), Edwin Starr (“War”), Ten Years After (“I’d Love to Change the World”), The Temptations (“Ball of Confusion”), MC Hammer (“U Can’t Touch This”), The Crystal Method and more.
Cruise’s comical turn as the hip-hop dancing man of excess is arguably the icing on the cake in Tropic Thunder. With an ensemble cast headlined by Ben Stiller (Megamind, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty), Robert Downey, Jr. (Charlie Bartlett, Zodiac), Jack Black (Year One, Be Kind Rewind), Nick Nolte (Warrior, The Spiderwick Chronicles), Brandon T. Jackson (Californication, Fast & Furious) and Jay Baruchel (How To Train Your Dragon, Million Dollar Baby), this action adventure about a movie cast who are unwittingly thrown in the middle of a drug war in the jungles of Southeast Asia is not to be missed.