I, Robot [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Composer Marco Beltrami has been the go-to guy for the horror/suspense genre since Guillermo del Toro's Mimic in 1997, so it's no surprise that he sounds so comfortable on his first foray into sci-fi with Alex Proyas' I, Robot. Similar to his score for del Toro's Hellboy, Beltrami utilizes bombast like it's emanating from the baton itself. His tendency to over-utilize heavy percussion sometimes gets in the way of the melody, but this is a Will Smith summer action movie so it's fitting -- thankfully, there is no lame Smith-jam over the credits. I, Robot isn't del Toro's best work -- that would be his excellent minimalist score for the Owen Wilson serial killer ...
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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Composer Marco Beltrami has been the go-to guy for the horror/suspense genre since Guillermo del Toro's Mimic in 1997, so it's no surprise that he sounds so comfortable on his first foray into sci-fi with Alex Proyas' I, Robot. Similar to his score for del Toro's Hellboy, Beltrami utilizes bombast like it's emanating from the baton itself. His tendency to over-utilize heavy percussion sometimes gets in the way of the melody, but this is a Will Smith summer action movie so it's fitting -- thankfully, there is no lame Smith-jam over the credits. I, Robot isn't del Toro's best work -- that would be his excellent minimalist score for the Owen Wilson serial killer drama The Minus Man -- but it complements the material nicely, resulting in a serviceable but eventually forgettable entry into the realm of blockbuster fly-by's.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/20/2004
  • Label: Varese Sarabande
  • UPC: 030206659122
  • Catalog Number: 066591

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Main Titles - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:31)
  2. 2 Gangs of Chicago - Hollywood Studio Symphony (3:13)
  3. 3 I, Robot Theme (End Credits) - Hollywood Studio Symphony (3:15)
  4. 4 New Arrivals - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:05)
  5. 5 Tunnel Chase - Hollywood Studio Symphony (3:10)
  6. 6 Sonny's Interrogation - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:27)
  7. 7 Spooner Spills - Hollywood Studio Symphony (4:21)
  8. 8 Chicago 2035 - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:36)
  9. 9 Purse Snatcher - Hollywood Studio Symphony (1:00)
  10. 10 Need Some Nanites - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:53)
  11. 11 1001 Robots - Hollywood Studio Symphony (4:16)
  12. 12 Dead Robot Walking - Hollywood Studio Symphony (5:09)
  13. 13 Man on the Inside - Hollywood Studio Symphony (2:25)
  14. 14 Spiderbots - Hollywood Studio Symphony (4:19)
  15. 15 Round Up - Hollywood Studio Symphony (4:24)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Marco Beltrami Primary Artist, Conductor
Steve Kujala Flute
Jim Walker Flute
Bruce Dukov Violin
Richard Todd Horn
Walt Harrah Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal)
Phil Ayling Oboe
Rick Baptist Trumpet
William Booth Trombone
Amick Byram Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal)
Wade Culbreath Percussion
Douglas Davis Celli
Joel Derouin Violin
Stephen Erdody Celli
Christine Ermacoff Celli
Alan Estes Percussion
Rick Gerding Viola
Endre Granat Violin, Concert Master
Alan Grunfeld Violin
Linda Harmon Soprano (Vocal)
Luana Jackman Alto (Vocal)
James Kanter Clarinet
Alan Kaplan Trombone
Dennis Karmazyn Celli
Randy Kerber Keyboards
Miran Kojian Violin
Armen Ksadjikian Celli
Dimitrie Leivici Violin
Dane Little Celli
Rick Logan Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal)
Melissa MacKay Alto (Vocal)
Bruce Morgenthaler Bass
Helen Nightengale Violin
Barbara Northcutt Oboe
Robin Olson Violin
Simon Oswell Viola
Bobbi Page Alto (Vocal)
Brian Pezzone Keyboards
Katia Popov Violin
John Reynolds Horn
Mark Robertson Violin
Jay Rosen Violin
Anatoly Rosinsky Violin
Geri Rotella Flute
Jim Self Tuba
David Shostac Flute
Sally Stevens Soprano (Vocal)
George Thatcher Trombone
Cecilia Tsan Celli
Oren Waters Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal)
John West Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal)
Ann White Alto (Vocal)
Roger Wilkie Violin
Ken Yerke Violin
Marcia Dickstein Harp
Susie Stevens Logan Soprano (Vocal)
John Walz Celli
Petra Haden Alto (Vocal)
Susan Ranney Bass
Lisa Sutton Violin
Gary Bovyer Clarinet
Christian Kollgaard Bass
Timothy Landauer Celli
Guy Maeda Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal)
Rafael Rishik Violin
Nico Abondolo Bass
Shawn Mann Viola
Darrin McCann Viola
Sara Parkins Violin
Dwayne Condon Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal)
Antony Cooke Celli
Al Hershberger Violin
David Washburn Trumpet
David Parmeter Bass
Keith Greene Viola
Irina Voloshina Violin
Eun Mee Ahn Violin
Roberto Cani Violin
Rose Corrigan Bassoon
Michael Valerio Bass
Oscar Hidalgo Bass
Thomas Dienner Viola
Liane Mautner Violin
Ralph Williams Clarinet
Hugh Livingston Celli
Dick Wells Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal)
Allen Savedoff Bassoon
Buck Sanders Synthesizer
Eric J. Hosler Violin
Gregory Goodall Percussion
Dave Walther Viola
Ana Landauer Violin
Sungil Lee Violin
Shanti Randall Viola
Hollywood Studio Symphony Performing Ensemble
Cassandra Richburg Viola
Donna Davidson Medine Alto (Vocal)
Andrew Malloy Trombone
John Beeney Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal)
Julia Ann Gigante Violin
Joanna Bushnell Soprano (Vocal)
Agostino Castagnola Baritone (Vocal), Tenor (Vocal)
Debbie Hall Gleason Alto (Vocal)
Hollywood Film Chorale Choir, Chorus
Diane Freiman Reynolds Soprano (Vocal)
Jenny Graham Soprano (Vocal)
Sandie Hall Brooks Soprano (Vocal)
Terri Koide Soprano (Vocal)
Steven Schaeffer Percussion
Victoria Miskolczy Viola
David Duke Horn
Tomas Raney Percussion
James Thatcher Horn
Phillip Levy Violin
Kenneth Munday Bassoon
Marlow Fisher Viola
Steven Edelman Bass
Franklyn D'Antonio Violin
Marc Sazer Violin
Steven Becknell Horn
Tamara Hatwan Violin
Matthew Funes Viola
David H. Speltz Celli
Jon Lewis Trumpet
M.B. Gordy Percussion
Brian O'Connor Horn
Technical Credits
Bill Boston Orchestration
Randy Kerber Orchestration
John Kurlander Engineer, Engineering
John Rodd Engineer
Bill Talbott Engineer
Robert Townson Executive Producer
Tom Steel Stage Manager
Dennis Smith Orchestration
Frank Bennett Orchestration
Carlos Rodríguez Orchestration
Michael Knobloch Musical Supervision
Pete Anthony Orchestration, Score Conductor
Jon Kull Orchestration
Marco Beltrami Composer, Producer, Audio Production, Score Conductor
William Stein Stage Engineer
Jason Lloyd Stage Manager
Christopher Guardino Orchestration
Marcus Trumpp Orchestration
Madilyn Patterson Engineer
Alex Proyas Liner Notes
Ceiri Torjussen Orchestration
James Honeyman Orchestration
Traci Dallas Opdahl Music Business Affairs
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I, Reviewer [***Lame title alert***]

    Marco Beltrami (T3, Hellboy) has delivered the generic summer-blockbuster score - y'know, bombastic to the brink of annihalation of your eardrums, catchy (if you're lucky) but instantly forgettable. That sums up this score pretty well. Good but not as good as it could've been. To his credit though, Beltrami had only 17 days to come up with this score so, going by that, it is quite an impressive piece. But only judging by that.

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