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.
There really is more than meets the eye to Transformers. We've got christian rockers Skillet on the soundtrack for Transformers Dark of the Moon. Just like the 1000s of robot characters in the Universe, there is indeed something for everyone with the crossover hit "Awake and Alive." Skillet was chosen for the TF3 sound track. Band member comments on being chosen for the movie coming June 29th.
The Transformers Dark of the Moon
Album is out today at all of your local music stores, iTunes, and GameStop
, so go pick up a copy! In other movie related music news, Transformers Dark of the Moon
The Score has been pushed back for release until June 28, 2011, according to the Amazon product page
. The Transformers3Music.com site still lists it as "coming soon" without a release date. Tracks for The Score have not been released.
American rock band Paramore has provided their single "Monster" available for all to listen ahead of the single's release on June 7, 2011 on iTunes. The song will also be included on the Transformers Dark of the Moon
The Album, slated for a June 14, 2011 release. Have a listen after the break!
MTV has debuted the Linkin Park's Iridescent video, the third tune that band has contributed to the giant robot franchise. The song has been considered a fan-favorite
since their album A Thousand Suns
came out in September 2010. The song will be part of the Transformers Dark of the Moon
The Album, hitting shelves on June 7, 2011. Take a look at the music video, embedded after the jump.
Linkin Park is continuing their teasing of their song "Iridescent" and Paramore is giving us a listen of the brand-new track "Monster" that they will be contributing to the Transformers Dark of the Moon The Album
. Linkin Park's song "Iridescent
" has been around for a while, and when Michael Bay approached the band to contribute a third song to the giant robot franchise, they grabbed their fan-favorite and recorded a video. Meanwhile, the band Paramore will be contributing the song "Monster," a brand-new track for the official soundtrack. Watch and listen to the songs embedded after the jump.
The official Transformers Dark of the Moon
music website has been updated with the track listings for the album for the film as well as exclusive versions. In addition to the official release of the tracks, the same line-up we reported yesterday
, as well as exclusive tracks for the iTunes and Gamestop versions of the album. The Apple iTunes version will receive three new tracks in addition to the CD version, with songs from Biffy Clyro, Stone Sour, and Serj Tankian of System of a Down. Middle Class Rut and D.R.U.G.S. will each contribute a track to the Gamestop version on top of the CD version. Jump through for the list of tracks.
With the Transformers Dark of the Moon
album coming out in less than a month, the track listings for the soundtrack are finally coming together. Other than the news blitz we have heard about Linkin Park's track Iridescent
, other artists on the soundtrack have been scant, until now. In two separate updates, the bands Goo Goo Dolls and Art of Dying announced that they will be contributing the tracks "All That You Are" and "Get Thru This" to the soundtrack. Art of Dying's update also unveiled that Staind, My Chemical Romance, Skillet, and Theory of a Deadman will also be contributing tracks. Continue reading for the track listings...
The Transformers Dark of the Moon
music website has been launched at the cleverly named Transformers3Music.com
. The website is rather bare at the moment, with an embedded Youtube video featuring Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park discussing how the band was solicited for contributing a track for the third out of the live-action giant robot franchise. There is also a player where you can preview a 30-second clip of the band's song Iridescent
and pre-order links for the soundtrack and score straight from Warner Bros Records. Track listings have not been released. Both albums will be released June 7, 2011.
Fans who were more interested in the scores of Transformers
and Transformers Revenge of the Fallen
than the soundtrack should be happy to know that Warner Bros. Music will continue to release both side-by-side. Amazon is currently taking pre-orders of the soundtrack
, each priced at $17.17. Each is set for a July 7, 2011 release. Artists and songs on the soundtrack have not been revealed beyond Linkin Park's Irisdescent
. It is unknown who is the composer of the score. The previous two films was done by Steve Jablonsky, with Hans Zimmer contributing as well for Revenge of the Fallen
Skewed & Reviewed have posted an interview with Don Jeanes about his part in the Transformers Dark Of The Moon movie. Playing the part of NASA Astronaut Neil Armstrong, Jeanes was asked about his role in the new movie and his experiences working with Michael Bay on the set. He also discusses his role in the movies Ascension and Alpha Planet. Continue reading...
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