Suicide Squad (Original Motion Picture Score) Steven Price
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- 1Task Force X04:53
- 2Arkham Asylum03:24
- 3I'm Going to Figure this Out01:42
- 4You Make my Teeth Hurt02:31
- 5I Want to Assemble a Task Force02:52
- 6Brother Our Time has Come04:43
- 7A Serial Killer who Takes Credit Cards02:09
- 8A Killer App02:54
- 9That's How I Cut and Run03:09
- 10We Got a Job to Do01:41
- 11You Die We Die04:02
- 12Harley and Joker02:50
- 13This Bird is Baked04:42
- 14Hey Craziness04:02
- 15You Need a Miracle02:37
- 16Diablo's Story01:43
- 17The Squad03:58
- 18Are We Friends or are We Foes?04:16
- 19She's Behind You03:03
- 20One Bullet is all I Need03:32
- 21I Thought I'd Killed You03:49
- 22The Worst of the Worst04:12
- 23June Moone (Bonus Track)02:37
- 24Did That Tickle? (Bonus Track)03:41
- 25You Know the Rules Hotness (Bonus Track)01:58
- 26Enchantress in the War Room (Bonus Track)02:35
- 27Introducing Diablo and Croc (Bonus Track)02:09
- 28Task Force X Activated (Bonus Track)02:11
- 29Can Everyone See this Trippy Stuff? (Bonus Track)04:25
- 30I Promised my Friends (Bonus Track)01:29
Info for Suicide Squad (Original Motion Picture Score)
Exciting new Album with music from the film features the score by Academy Award-Winning Composer Steven Price
WaterTower Music today announced the August 8, 2016 release of the Suicide Squad: Original Motion Picture Score, which features the music of British composer Steven Price (“Gravity,” “Fury”). Price has laid the musical foundation for writer/director David Ayer’s feature film, “Suicide Squad,” which opens worldwide in 3D, and in 2D, and in select IMAX 3D theaters beginning August 5, 2016.
Price, whose score for 2013’s “Gravity” was awarded the Academy Award for Best Original Score, was tasked with navigating musically the colorful storyline of an assembled team of the world’s most dangerous Super-Villains and the emotional highs and lows they experience on an impossible mission.
“David's film invited me to find a way to bring all of these incredible misfit outsiders together as a united force, with a thematic score that goes from moments of quiet emotion to huge action sequences,” explains Price. “The character's themes interact and develop as the film progresses, and we witness the birth of the Suicide Squad. The score was a huge challenge, but a fantastic amount of fun to write!”
'WaterTower Music is proud to be releasing this score,” noted label head Jason Linn. “We’re honored to have the opportunity to work again with our friend - and Oscar Award winning composer - Steven Price.'
is a composer and musician. His passion for music began early: a guitarist from the age of five, he went on to achieve a First Class degree in Music from Cambridge University. Following graduation, he went to work in the London studio of Gang of Four guitarist/producer Andy GIll, for whom he would program, contribute string arrangements, and play on albums alongside artists such as Michael Hutchence and Bono.
Mr. Price went on to work as a programmer, arranger, and performer with film music composer Trevor Jones. He provided additional music for projects such as Roger Donaldson’s Thirteen Days; Stephen Norrington’s The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen; Frank Coraci’s Around the World in 80 Days; the television series Dinotopia; and Tamra Davis’ Crossroads, on which he was also the featured guitar soloist with the London Symphony Orchestra.
A recommendation from Abbey Road Studios brought him to the attention of Howard Shore, leading to Mr. Price’s work with the Oscar-winning composer as music editor on Peter Jackson The Lord of the Rings trilogy. His subsequent movies as music editor included Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins, for which he shared with his fellow music editors a Golden Reel Award nomination; and, in his first project with The World’s End director Edgar Wright, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, on which he also collaborated with the film’s composer Nigel Godrich. Among the other composers that he has worked with and learned from are Hans Zimmer, James Newton Howard, Harry and Rupert Gregson-Williams, Patrick Doyle, George Fenton, Dario Marianelli, and Anne Dudley.
He has composed music for advertising campaigns in both the U.K. and U.S. After contributing additional music to Richard Curtis’ Pirate Radio, he composed the original score for Joe Cornish’s sleeper success Attack the Block, winning awards from both the Austin Film Critics Association and the Sitges-Catalonian International Film Festival.
Mr. Price recently completed his original score for one of 2013’s most anticipated films, Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.
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