Gibson, Jewel To Perform Song On Revenge of the Fallen Soundtrack

Update: The soundtrack will indeed be released on June 23rd.

Tyrese Gibson and Jewel will be performing a duet together for the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen soundtrack, according to Mr. Gibson himself.

Updating his Twitter page, he writes, "GREAT NEWS PEOPLE!! BabyFace is going in the studio tomorrow he's gonna write a smash duet for me and Jewel for the TF2 soundtrak [sic]! Wow!"

There has not been any solid release dates regarding the release date of the soundtrack, but a previous report suggests it will release on the Tuesday before Revenge hits U.S. theaters, June 23, 2009.

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spystreak - 2009-05-13 @ 4:04 pm
remeber the fallena song bumblebee should have on his radio when he is sad
formerly nortagem - 2009-05-13 @ 2:21 am
To correct you there, the only metal category that Linkin Park falls into is nu metal, and even then, they are way more alternative. And if you feel the need you can slap metal onto the end of that. I will say they aren't metal, that falls to bands like Slayer, Metallica, and Megadeth, but I hope you get my point.

:thumb

Evil Exe - 2009-05-13 @ 2:00 am
Just act, Tyrese...and Jewel...stay away from TF2! It's enough to have to deal with Linkin Park...let's not completely puss out!

How is Linkin Park "pussing out"?! And Jewel, never heard of her, but I'm sure there are people out there who like both bands would strongly disagree with your fitting of them into the "pussing out music" category.

You really should try and be more diverse in the music you listen to. Don't take that to personally since I'm making assumptions based on what you said. If I'm wrong, please correct me.

OT: I'm kinda glad they're throwing all sorts of different music in the soundtracks for both this and the previous music. I mean they put the Used and Disturbed on the same album as Mute Math and Linkin Park if I remember correctly.

First, Jewel is this little chick-a-dee that 'yodels' (to use a bwbm phrase...nice!) little soft-pop songs. Second, Linkin Park are wanna-be's, not REAL metal, IMO. :thumb Here's the deal...when I see a movie about giant f*cking robots, as Mr. Bay describes them, in kick-arse fight scenes with twisted metal, shrapnel flying & what-not, I wanna hear one of two things...some intense (and emotional) orchestrated music & some aggressive metal. Once again, from my point of view, there shouldn't be any la-la music or lame wanna-be metal. And I'm very diverse in the music I listen to...30's/40's country, big band, classical, hymns, rock, some 80's pop, post-punk, metal...the list goes on...:beer

To correct you there, the only metal category that Linkin Park falls into is nu metal, and even then, they are way more alternative. And if you feel the need you can slap metal onto the end of that. I will say they aren't metal, that falls to bands like Slayer, Metallica, and Megadeth, but I hope you get my point.

BlackoutX - 2009-05-13 @ 12:02 am

I'll just wait for the score like the last movie.

formerly nortagem - 2009-05-12 @ 10:08 pm
Just act, Tyrese...and Jewel...stay away from TF2! It's enough to have to deal with Linkin Park...let's not completely puss out!

How is Linkin Park "pussing out"?! And Jewel, never heard of her, but I'm sure there are people out there who like both bands would strongly disagree with your fitting of them into the "pussing out music" category.

You really should try and be more diverse in the music you listen to. Don't take that to personally since I'm making assumptions based on what you said. If I'm wrong, please correct me.

OT: I'm kinda glad they're throwing all sorts of different music in the soundtracks for both this and the previous music. I mean they put the Used and Disturbed on the same album as Mute Math and Linkin Park if I remember correctly.

First, Jewel is this little chick-a-dee that 'yodels' (to use a bwbm phrase...nice!) little soft-pop songs. Second, Linkin Park are wanna-be's, not REAL metal, IMO. :thumb Here's the deal...when I see a movie about giant f*cking robots, as Mr. Bay describes them, in kick-arse fight scenes with twisted metal, shrapnel flying & what-not, I wanna hear one of two things...some intense (and emotional) orchestrated music & some aggressive metal. Once again, from my point of view, there shouldn't be any la-la music or lame wanna-be metal. And I'm very diverse in the music I listen to...30's/40's country, big band, classical, hymns, rock, some 80's pop, post-punk, metal...the list goes on...:beer

BaCon - 2009-05-12 @ 9:51 pm
Damn. I thought it was Debbie Gibson and Jewel singing a new rendition of the G1 theme song.

Yea really. What a let down. :tflaugh

ClockWorkMecha - 2009-05-12 @ 9:50 pm
There's a whole lot of suck going on with this. :tdown If I was inclined to believe that a soundtrack is indicative of how good a film is, I'd be making plans to skip this with a vengeance.

Seeing as how they're making the song as late in movie production that they are, I'd imagine it's going to be a soundtrack-only song and will not appear in the movie.

Yep, that's what I meant.

MikePrime - 2009-05-12 @ 9:38 pm

Damn. I thought it was Debbie Gibson and Jewel singing a new rendition of the G1 theme song.

TRANS-Lego-MaN - 2009-05-12 @ 9:35 pm
Haha, you took my comment seriously. I would say no, regardless.
i didn't know you were joking.....i can almost never tell when someone is using sarcasm
Evil Exe - 2009-05-12 @ 9:26 pm
Just act, Tyrese...and Jewel...stay away from TF2! It's enough to have to deal with Linkin Park...let's not completely puss out!

How is Linkin Park "pussing out"?! And Jewel, never heard of her, but I'm sure there are people out there who like both bands would strongly disagree with your fitting of them into the "pussing out music" category.

You really should try and be more diverse in the music you listen to. Don't take that to personally since I'm making assumptions based on what you said. If I'm wrong, please correct me.

OT: I'm kinda glad they're throwing all sorts of different music in the soundtracks for both this and the previous music. I mean they put the Used and Disturbed on the same album as Mute Math and Linkin Park if I remember correctly.

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