Various Soundtrack - Wreck-It Ralph


Product Info :
Actor / Artist : Various Soundtrack

Format : CD
Barcode : 0050087288143
Language : English
Subtitle :
Genre Type : Soundtrack
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Disc Quantity : 1
Label : Walt Disney Records
Synopsis :
"1. When Can I See You Again? - Owl City
2. Wreck-It, Wreck-It Ralph - Buckner & Garcia
3. Celebration - Kool & The Gang
4. Sugar Rush - AKB48
5. Bug Hunt (Noisia Remix) - Skrillex
6. Shut Up And Drive - Rihanna
7. Wreck-It Ralph - Henry Jackman
8. Life In The Arcade - Henry Jackman
9. Jumping Ship - Henry Jackman
10. Rocket Fiasco - Henry Jackman
11. Vanellope Von Schweetz - Henry Jackman
12. Royal Raceway - Henry Jackman
13. Cupcake Breakout - Henry Jackman
14. Candy Vandals - Henry Jackman
15. Turbo Flashback - Henry Jackman
16. Laffy Taffies - Henry Jackman
17. One Minute To Win It - Henry Jackman
18. Vanellope’s Hideout - Henry Jackman
19. Messing With The Program - Henry Jackman
20. King Candy - Henry Jackman
21. Broken-Karted - Henry Jackman
22. Out Of The Penthouse, Off To The Race - Henry Jackman
23. Sugar Rush Showdown - Henry Jackman
24. You’re My Hero - Henry Jackman
25. Arcade Finale - Henry Jackman
"The story of an arcade-game bad guy who embarks on a quest to prove he’s really a good guy, “Wreck-It Ralph” journeys through wildly diverse arcade-game worlds, including the ’80s-era, 8-bit video-game world of Fix-It Felix, Jr., the ultra-modern first-person shooter game Hero’s Duty and the candy-coated cart-racing game Sugar Rush. Helping to differentiate these worlds from one another are unique cinematography, animation, effects and music. “Music is another way to set the stage and make these worlds completely different,” said producer Clark Spencer.
Ralph’s quest leads him to the intense, cy-bug-infested world of Hero’s Duty, where he hopes to land a medal. Underscoring the chaos and excitement of the first-person shooter game, GRAMMY®-winning artist Skrillex wrote the game-play music, “Bug Hunt,” hand-picking Netherlands’ producers/DJs/videogame soundtrack composers Noisia to remix the track for the album. “The mood of that game world is high-energy and futuristic. I make music with many different colors of the emotional spectrum—this reflects a more aggressive side of my music.”
Japan’s pop phenomenon AKB48 accompanies Ralph to the land of sweets with the aptly named theme song “Sugar Rush.” “We’ve always thought of Sugar Rush—with its nod to anime—as a game that may have originated in Japan,” said Spencer. “So we went to Japan and got the hottest J-pop group to perform the song that really sets the tone for this ’90s-era cart-racing game: young and hip.”
Owl City (“Fireflies,” “Good Time”) provides an upbeat and story-driven cap to the film with “When Can I See You Again?” According to singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Adam Young, the song offers a bit of an emotional tug-of-war. “It’s a very bouncy, happy, uplifting song, but there’s a bittersweet part of it, leaving a key relationship in the film open-ended.”
Also contributing to the end credits are Buckner & Garcia, the team behind the 1982 Top-10 hit “Pac-Man Fever.” Jerry Buckner of Buckner & Garcia co-produced the song “Wreck-It, Wreck-It Ralph” with hit songwriter/producer Jamie Houston (Steven Tyler, Macy Gray). “It was great to be invited to contribute a song to the movie and soundtrack,” said Buckner."

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  • Model: 8728814
  • Shipping Weight: 0.17kgs
  • Manufactured by: Walt Disney Records/Hollywood R

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 30 October, 2012.

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