Iron Man 2

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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Composer John Debney had to contend with a near constant barrage of classic AC/DC songs when putting together his score for the second installment in director Jon Favreau's Iron Man series. In the first film, composer Ramin Djawadi failed to establish a memorable theme for the famed Marvel superhero. Debney remedies that with "I Am Iron Man," a rousing, heroic, old-fashioned blast of all American guts and glory that sounds ripped (in a good way) from an old A-Team episode. Antagonist Ivan Venko's theme is appropriately muscular and Russian sounding, while action cues are beefy and peppered with bursts of distorted guitar (presumably a nod to Angus Young's ...
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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Composer John Debney had to contend with a near constant barrage of classic AC/DC songs when putting together his score for the second installment in director Jon Favreau's Iron Man series. In the first film, composer Ramin Djawadi failed to establish a memorable theme for the famed Marvel superhero. Debney remedies that with "I Am Iron Man," a rousing, heroic, old-fashioned blast of all American guts and glory that sounds ripped (in a good way) from an old A-Team episode. Antagonist Ivan Venko's theme is appropriately muscular and Russian sounding, while action cues are beefy and peppered with bursts of distorted guitar (presumably a nod to Angus Young's omnipresent riffage), resulting in a score that's more than worthy of its narcissistic, heavily armored protagonist.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/20/2010
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 886977465420
  • Catalog Number: 774654
  • Sales rank: 26,518

Album Credits

Performance Credits
John Debney Primary Artist, Electric Guitar
Marc Bonilla Electric Guitar
Tom Morello Electric Guitar
Keith Power Electric Guitar
Tina Guo Electric Cello
Michael Mason Drums
Technical Credits
Dave Jordan Executive Producer
Shawn Murphy Engineering
Richard M. Sherman Composer, Lyricist, Producer
Mike Watts Arranger, Producer
Brad Dechter Orchestration
John Debney Composer, Producer
Jon Favreau Executive Producer
Lisbeth Scott Lyricist
Sebastian Arocha Morton Electronic Music Producer
Lola Debney Score Coordinator
Kevin Feige Executive Producer
Erik Swanson Pro-Tools
Michael Stern Engineering
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