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James Harvey

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Apr 23, 2001
The soundtrack to the animated adaptation of the acclaimed Batman graphic novel! Available for order starting today!

Batman: The Killing Joke – Music From The DC Universe Animated Original Movie
Studio: La-La Land Records
Release Date: July 26th, 2016
Synopsis: La-La Land Records, DC and Warner Bros. Animation present the original score to the DC Universe Original Movie Batman: The Killing Joke. Composers Michael McCuistion, Kristopher Carter & Lolita Ritmanis unleash a powerful, emotionally-charged score, expertly melding synth and live orchestral players to harness all the thrilling action and psychological drama within this exciting feature-length re-telling of what is considered by many to be one of the finest Batman comic stories of all time! Produced by Michael McCuistion, Kristopher Carter and Lolita Ritmanis, and mastered by James Nelson, this special, limited edition release also features the original song “I Go Looney,” performed by the Joker himself, Mark Hamill! Writer John Takis takes you behind the score with exclusive, in-depth liner notes (featuring interview comments from the composers) and the Gotham-infused art design is by Dan Goldwasser. This is a limited edition of 1500 units.

Track Listing:
1. How the Story Begins* 0:53
2. We’ve Got a Robbery** 2:44
3. Uncle Not Pleased*** 0:48
4. Narcissist and Sociopath** 2:44
5. Hit on Yacht*** 0:53
6. Serious Business* 4:09
7. Bats and Babs Cross the Line*** 2:39
8. Rooftop Regrets*** 1:57
9. The Abyss** 3:32
10. Batman Was Right* 1:37
11. Storage Unit Corpses*** 1:47
12. The Halls of Arkham** 1:28
13. Joker Imposter*** 0:45
14. Making a Killing** 0:53
15. Jeannie Flashback* 2:01
16. Looking for a Clue** 2:06
17. Broken Books*** 1:40
18. Hoods Present the Hood*** 2:52
19. Nothing Will Be the Same** 0:21
20. Trapped in a Nightmare* 3:54
21. Jeannie Is Gone* 2:23
22. Bats Pummels for Clues*** 1:37
23. Throw the Book** 1:58
24. Horrifying Images** 0:22
25. Bats Receives Tickets*** 0:25
26. Ghost Train Stops* 0:55
27. Chemical Factory Heist*** 3:36
28. Batman Arrives at the Carnival* 0:40
29. Merry-Go-Round Source** 0:24
30. By the Book** 2:29
31. All It Takes Is One Bad Day* 3:30
32. Let Me Help You** 0:57
33. Oracle Is Here*** 0:57
34. End Credits§ 3:07
35. “I Go Looney” §§ 1:50 - Performed by Mark Hamill

* composed by Lolita Ritmanis
** composed by Michael McCuistion
*** composed by Kristopher Carter
§ composed by Michael McCuistion, Kristopher Carter & Lolita Ritmanis
§§ music by Michael McCuistion, Kristopher Carter & Lolita Ritmanis

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Jan 7, 2002
I wasn't a fan of this movie at all - a bland adaptation of an alright book at best mixed with a totally misguided prologue - but the score was fantastic and is honestly one of my favorite scores these composers have ever done. It's great to hear them compose with a full orchestra again and the results are really stunning. They do such a great job here that I can't say I have a favorite track because the whole thing is just so perfect. The song by Mark Hamill is also really excellent and I'm glad to see it included. One of my favorite Batman movie scores and is up there with Dark Knight Returns as one of the best scores from the DC DTV line.

Troy Troodon

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Jan 16, 2014
Some of the music, felt like it was inspired by Danny Elfman's talent, especially the Looney song.


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