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Transformers: The Movie [2007 Live Action]

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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Director Michael Bay's big-budget rendering of the '80s cartoon/department store Christmas heroes of the same name goes the superhero/comic book soundtrack route by releasing a separate compilation of songs that either appear in the film for a few seconds or not at all. Transformers: The Movie features HiM, Disturbed, Taking Back Sunday and the Used, all of whom are taking the highway to the Kenny Loggins danger zone with all of these "music inspired by" collections. Only the Goo Goo Dolls with their trademark mid-tempo balladry are able to penetrate the alt-metal/post-grunge gloom, providing the giant robots with a weepy American Idol-inspired, post-boot ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Director Michael Bay's big-budget rendering of the '80s cartoon/department store Christmas heroes of the same name goes the superhero/comic book soundtrack route by releasing a separate compilation of songs that either appear in the film for a few seconds or not at all. Transformers: The Movie features HiM, Disturbed, Taking Back Sunday and the Used, all of whom are taking the highway to the Kenny Loggins danger zone with all of these "music inspired by" collections. Only the Goo Goo Dolls with their trademark mid-tempo balladry are able to penetrate the alt-metal/post-grunge gloom, providing the giant robots with a weepy American Idol-inspired, post-boot retrospective called "Before It's Too Late" that will find legions of new fans in the middle school slow dance circuit.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/3/2007
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • UPC: 093624995012
  • Catalog Number: 220348
  • Sales rank: 50,240

Album Credits

Technical Credits
Jeffrey Aldrich Producer
Jimmy Chamberlin Producer
Billy Corgan Producer
Ted Jensen Mastering
Dave Jordan Executive Producer
Rick Rubin Producer
Johnny Rzeznik Composer
Anthony Valcic Composer
Eric Valentine Producer, Engineer
Mark Hoppus Producer
John Feldmann Producer, Engineer
Ross Robinson Producer
Mathieu Bitton Art Direction
Tedd Tjornholm Producer
Mike Shinoda Composer, Producer
Michael Bay Executive Producer
Johnny K Producer
Linkin Park Composer
Randy Spendlove Executive Producer
Taking Back Sunday Composer
Chester Bennington Composer, Executive Producer
The Used Composer
Armor for Sleep Composer
Ben Jorgensen Composer
Diarmuid Quinn Producer
Lorenzo DiBonaventura Executive Producer
Julien-K Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    one very weak album it has songs on it that i already own

    this album is a waste of money and time itys better if you get the orginial 1986 rereleased movie soundtrack this cd stinks the movie is good but the soundtrack to it stinks its pathetic lame and a waste of time and money beileve me this movie soundtrack is horrible just horrible and very very very very terrible if the movies score was still in print that maybe it would be good is the score to the latest transformers movie still in print no way its out of print completely dont buy this album buy britney spears instead shes better at singing and dancing

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Transformers Album

    I Loved this movie and my review of it and the guide is out there somewhere but the rockin' out tunes on this film were wonderful. Except the fact that some were pretty hard with the language. I like all of these songs but some are a little too inapropriate. Like, for example "Second to None." Has the S-word in it, and "Passion's Killing Floor" is very dark. This is Transformers, people, it's soposed to be clean. But overall most of the songs are sweet. I usually don't post my favorite but on this one i just have to. "This Moment" from Disturbed is pretty sweet. So buy this CD totally, but watch out for some bad stuff.

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