Lakeshore Records is thrilled to announce the podcast soundtrack partnership with Tenderfoot TV, kicking off the series with the release of the first album, Radio Rental – Original Podcast Soundtrack featuring an electronic score by synthwave and electronic music producer Makeup and Vanity Set (aka MAVS). Listen to the theme to Radio Rental now exclusively at Billboard! Keep reading to view the album track list and more details.
“The idea that our listeners get to digest podcast soundtracks like they do all other albums is a natural progression,” said Tenderfoot TV co-founder and president Donald Albright. “When you love a film, or a TV show, you want to be able to get lost in the soundtrack. It’s no different for a podcast. Lakeshore Records has put out some of the most creative, important and unique soundtracks in entertainment, so we knew they were an essential partner.”
Jackman’s score is as lush and lively as one might expect, making use of a large orchestra, choir and electronics to give the fantastical story a human core. – Movie Music UK
On the occasion of The Predator full score album release this week, we dedicate this Throwback Thursday to Henry Jackman and take a look at a Lakeshore Records release album featuring a score by Jackman! Aside from the score cues, the album also features tracks by The Buchanan Brothers, The Exciters, The B-52’s and Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs.
Directed by Rob Letterman and Conrad Vernon, Monsters Vs. Aliens is an animated film featuring the voices of Reese Witherspoon, Rainn Wilson and Stephen Colbert. The film was one of the highest-grossing films of 2009 earning over $381 million worldwide. Fun fact: the film was written by Maya Forbes and Wallace Wolodarsky (Infinitely Polar Bear).
Henry Jackman is the film composer for Captain America: Winter Soldier and Lakeshore Records‘ Monsters Vs. Aliens soundtrack, but his connection to heroes doesn’t end there: he has scored for The Dark Knight (Batman), Kick-Ass (aspiring comic book heroes), X-Men: First Class (mutant heroes), and Captain Phillips (Navy S.E,A.L.S.). With one listen, you’ll understand why he’s been the go-to guy for creating music that you expect to hear during moments of discovery, adventure and heroic sequences on an epic scale,
Captain America: The Winter Soldier opens this weekend. The film from Marvel Comics stars Chris Evans as Steve Rogers, a.k.a. Captain America, who, as his name implies, is one of the world’s Most Finest Superheroes fighting evil and corruption. Not all heroes are super. Bad supers aren’t trying to save the world. They’re just trying to make their little corner of it better. Sometimes, as we learn in the film Superbad, the greatest hero you’ll ever know is already standing right beside you; your best friend. Boop.
In Super, Rainn Wilson stars as Crimson Bolt, a delusional man on mission to save his wife from an evil drug dealer. In My Super Ex-Girlfriend, Uma Thurman plays G-Girl, a heroine-scorned who strays so far from justice that she nearly becomes a super-villain. In Crank, Jason Statham plays the unstoppable Chev Chelios, a true anti-hero who wades through the criminal underworld powered by nothing but epinephrine and a desire to hear his girlfriend pick up the goddamn phone. Here’s a playlist to celebrate those who stumble, trip, and fall into greatness – heroes who lose their way or have strange ideas about what constitutes a good deed.
Download The Albums!
01. Beneath The Clothes We Find The Man… by Jack Black in NACHO LIBRE
02. Calling All Destroyers by Tsar SUPER
03. No Sleep 2Nite by Molly McQueen MY SUPER EX-GIRLFRIEND
04. Bring Us Bullets by Rocket from the Crypt CRANK
05. Defendor Interrupts Dooney & Kat by John Rowley DEFENDOR
06. Goldslick / Seth Fantasy by Lyle Workman SUPERBAD
07. Move, Move, Move by Alan Hawkshaw & Alan Parker NACHO LIBRE
08. The Joker by Fatboy Slim feat. Bootsy Collins MY SUPER EX-GIRLFRIEND
09. I Do by Lo-Def Dollz SUPER
10. Here I Come (feat. Malik B. & Dice Raw) by Dice Raw & The Roots SUPERBAD
11. Adrenalina by David Rolas feat 10 West & Jimi Varrz CRANK
12. Guns Are For Cowards by John Rowley DEFENDOR
13. Tender Beasts of the Spangled Night by Beck NACHO LIBRE