Stan Bush has released a new Transformers them video for Thunder in Your Heart, a song from the new album "The Ultimate" that is available at StanBush.com right now! The CGI animated video was
directed and produced by Randall Ng. Watch the video now that brings the 80s goodness back to the future.
In a recent interview with the lead singer of the band Linkin Park Chester Bennington and Davey Havok of AFI with Sixx Sense. Bennington talks about working with the Transformers Movie franchise and mentions that they may be working on the 4th movie, Transformers Age of Extinction. This may or may not be good news for fans who were hoping the new movie would shed is teen romance feel for something more substantial. Read on for the full quote from Linkin Park's Chester Bennington.
The Ultimate is Stan Bushs 12th studio album and delivers his most electrifying work yet! Reuniting with Touch collaborator Lenny Macaluso for the powerful title anthem, The Ultimate sees Bush return with the kind of uplifting motivational rock that has become his signature. With his latest release, the veteran rocker strikes the perfect balance between his high-octane, positively-charged style and mature, emotive songcraft.
Following our previous reporting, the The Transformers The Movie Movie Soundtrack by Vince DiCola Now Available. Now you can listen to the original soundtrack from initial big-screen animated treatment of The Transformers, numerous iconic battling robot characters spawned from Hasbro television mini-series that became wildly popular in subsequent syndication. Buy the album now at INTRADA
Stan Bush dropped us a note to us know, "The Touch" will be on The Goldbergs tonight on ABC at 9 PM. Also, this Sunday (Dec 15) we'll be releasing a music video of "The Touch - Power Mix" from "Transformers: Fall of Cybertron" game. The video contains footage from the game. Thanks to who Stan Bush who wishes all the fans a happy holidays!
Vince DiCola has made it official on his Twitter page @DiColaOfficial that his 1986 Soundtrack to "The Transformers The Movie" will finally been seeing a mass market release. The albums will be released by Intrada/Sony offering fans a chance to hear the whole collection in all its glory. There is no release date yet, but Vince says he will keep us posted on his Twitter page soon as he knows it. See this comments from Vince DiCola himself below.
Tformers reported last month
that Actor Titus Welliver was spotted on the Transformers 4 set in Lockhart, Texas. Now, we have conformation from Deadline Hollywood the actor who has appeared in TV shows Deadwood, Lost, Sons of Anarchy and The Good Wife as well as Movies such as Gone Baby Gone and The Town. Will in-fact be take an "unspecified role" in the forth Transformers movie. Welliver, who was seen on set working with Mark Wahlberg and Jack Reynor. Is expected to play either a friend of the the lead and or a role of government of law enforcement agent.
Stan Bush just dropped us a note to let us know he will be performing live this opening for none other than 80s rock Icons Styx, REO, Ted Nugent this Sunday, May 6th at the Greek Theater in L.A. California. He will be doing a 20 minute solo acoustic performance to open the evening. We want to congratulate Stan on the awesome show and let fans in Los Angeles to check out the show.
While physical media enthusiasts will have to wait until March 13, 2012 to get theirs, digital file fans will be able to get the Transformers Prime (Music From the Animated Series) album a week early. The album is availble right now on Amazon
stores for $8.99 and $11.99, respectively. Individual tracks are priced at $0.99 at both stores.
No matter how the Transformers Prime cartoon storylines are viewed, one of the things that many agree upon is the epic and cinematic score that assists with the theme song and various scenes throughout the first season, and you can now own it for yourself. An Amazon pre-order page
has appeared for Transformers Prime (Music From the Animated Series) as well as the full track listings. Several months back, Brian Tyler, composer for the show, made these songs available online, but they were quickly pulled. This track listing, as well as order, is nearly identical. Take a look at the track listing and a link for pre-order in the full article. The album is set for a March 20, 2012 release.
Celentano Woodworks pf Asheville N.C. have posted an order page for their custom made to order Autobot Transformers Ukuleles. These instruments are made of high quality wood that feature the Autobot Insignia for the sound board body. According to the Etsy listing, you can work with Celentano Woodworks to create your own custom edition. There is currently a waiting list for orders on the Autobot Transformers Ukulele will set you back $550 USD. Check out the images after the jump.
Here is another awesome slice of AOR from the 1980s. Many know Vince DiCola and Stan Bush from there work on the Transformers movie and cartoons where Vince worked on the theme and incidental music. Stan is well know for his songs like 'Touch' and 'Dare'. But here's a rare track that features both of them together. This cut was taken from the great AOR compilation 'AOR Treasures - Demo Projekt Vol.2'. It was recorded in or around 1985 so just after The Movie. Check out the track after the jump to hear these greats together.
Linkin Park have updated their official YouTube page with a brand new video that features the "Making of the Iridescent Music Video." The band takes us on the set and through the shooting process of their video for that track that was featured in Transformers Dark of the Movie. Check out the band in action as well as various angles on Bumblebee and other Transformers that you will recognize. Watch the 6+ minute video after the jump.
Steve Jablonsky, the composer of the score for all three Transformers
films, has spoken out on the Transformers Dark of the Moon
The Score delay, which finally answers the confusing state of a physical version of the album. Many Transformers fans were elated to initially that learn that the Transformers Dark of the Moon
The Score would be released alongside The Album on June 14, 2011
, but alas, that was not meant to happen. After delays and little news, The Score was released on digital form on iTunes
. What happened? Continue reading to find out
Looking for another shot of 3-D after seeing Transformers Dark of the Moon? Thanks to Linkin Park who have posted a new 3D Version of Linkin Park's music video "Iridescent" featured in Transformers: Dark Of The Moon to YouTube. This video will work with any set of 3D glasses. You can select your settings by clicking on the "3D" button
. Grab your DOTM 3-D mask, old movie glasses or just cross your eyes and watch the video after the jump.
There may have been issues grabbing a physical copy of the Transformers Dark of the Moon
The Score, but if you own an Apple iPhone or Apple iPod, you can grab it for your listen. As has been the tradition for the live-action film series, composer Steve Jablonsky has provided the score for the film. The full album of 17 tracks is available for $15.99 or $1.29 if you just want a couple. The physical album is still listed as "unavailable" by Amazon and the website for brick and mortar retailer FYE does not have the album listed at all.
Linkin Park have updated their YouTube page with a newer Transformers Dark of the Moon video for the song "Iridescent" that debuted in May. The newer video retains most of the same visuals we saw before with some changes made to swap out one of the Decepticon battles for a shot of the war ship. Watch the new clip after the jump.
The track listings for Transformers Dark of the Moon
Score have been detailed and is composed by Steve Jablonsky, according to Film Music Reporter. The Score was originally supposed to release with The Album on June 14th, but was pushed back to the 28th. Now it is listed as "Currently Unavailable" on Amazon. It is still listed as "Coming Soon" on the official landing page for the albums from Warner Bros. Music Transformers3Movie.com. The track listings contain some spoilerish names, so be sure to keep that in mind when you hit the "Read More" link below.