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Robots: Original Motion Picture Score

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Product Details

1. Robots Overture
2. Rivet Town Parade
3. Bigweld TV/Creating Wonderbot
4. Wonderbot Wash
5. Train Station
6. Crosstown Express
7. Wild Ride
8. Madam Gasket
9. Chop Shop
10. Meet The Rusties
11. Bigweld Workshop
12. Phone Booth
13. Gathering Forces
14. Escape
15. Deciding To Fight Back
16. Attack Of The Sweepers
17. Butt Whoopin'
18. Homecoming
19. Dad's Dream

Product Description

--This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
very hip and percussive...! June 12 2005
By Brad Byers - Published on
Format: Audio CD
As it should be, this score has every metallic sound available, but in a very exciting and rhythmic format, The long, crying, chord progressions of Hanz Zimmer gets old in no time, but this score has everything - of course you would expect nothing less from a cartoon featuring robots. I collect scores, and this is one of my favorites. Right on John Powell, more Blue Man Group. yea baby! Something different!
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
A model children's score March 15 2005
By Clark Douglas - Published on
Format: Audio CD
John Powell's score for Robots is an entertaining one, even if very bit by-the-numbers. Powell, in the course of forty-five minutes, manages to squeeze a little bit of nearly every musical genre into the score, reflecting the film's manic, cartoonish pacing. There a moments of tenderness, excitement, action, wonder, darkness, weirdness, and quirkiness, most of these moments coming and going in the span of no more than a minute or two. Powell was given a massive ensemble to work with, including a large orchestra, percussion from Blue Man Group, and a full choir. He uses all of these, as well as tossing bits and pieces of everything else, such as twenty seconds of surfing music here, and an Irish bagpipe tune there. The only real flaw here is that this score seems to be cobbled together from "Chicken Run", "The Road to El Dorado", "Shrek", and even "Paycheck", all of which Powell wrote or co-wrote. The one thing that gives "Robots" it's own personality, however, is the use of odd percussion and sound effects in places. On certain cues, you can hear screwdriver and other various mechanical sounds zipping around in motion to the music. There's a lot of cartoonish underscore that flaunts itself all over the album, but there's a good ten or fifteen minute suite of music just waiting to be compiled from this score. If you have enjoyed the scores to Dreamwork's and Pixar's computer-animated film, you'll likely enjoy this one. A fun, if a bit unoriginal, album.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Great Soundtrack March 23 2009
By Mark Twain - Published on
Format: Audio CD
It's a little tough to tell the difference between the Original Motion Picture sound track and "Music from the Original Motion Picture" so be careful!! This is the album you want. Unlike "The Incredibles" or "Cars" this soundtrack has excellent listenability from the easy chair. Kids will like it too!
Robots June 1 2014
By Julie Sack - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
My grandkids love the songs on this CD. Really gets them up and dancing. Would recommend to all age groups.