The Batman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Michael Giacchino

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Album-Release:
2022

HRA-Release:
07.03.2022

Label: Watertower Music

Genre: Soundtrack

Subgenre: Music

Artist: Michael Giacchino

Composer: Michael Giacchino (b. 1967)

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  • 1Can't Fight City Halloween04:04
  • 2Mayoral Ducting02:34
  • 3It's Raining Vengeance04:31
  • 4Don't Be Voyeur with Me02:38
  • 5Crossing the Feline01:46
  • 6Gannika Girl02:30
  • 7Moving in for the Gil04:23
  • 8Funeral and Far Between01:45
  • 9Collar ID01:15
  • 10Escaped Crusader02:44
  • 11Penguin of Guilt03:44
  • 12Highway to the Anger Zone05:19
  • 13World's Worst Translator03:34
  • 14Riddles, Riddles Everywhere01:54
  • 15Meow and You and Everyone We Know05:18
  • 16For All Your Pennyworth02:38
  • 17Are You a Kenzie or a Can't-zie?05:45
  • 18An Im-purr-fect Murder03:48
  • 19The Great Pumpkin Pie02:22
  • 20Hoarding School04:55
  • 21A Flood of Terrors04:29
  • 22A Bat in the Rafters, Pt. 104:33
  • 23A Bat in the Rafters, Pt. 206:42
  • 24The Bat's True Calling03:05
  • 25All's Well That Ends Farewell02:41
  • 26The Batman06:47
  • 27Catwoman03:03
  • 28The Riddler05:01
  • 29Sonata in Darkness12:11
  • Total Runtime01:55:59

Info for The Batman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)



The Batman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) features the music of Academy, Emmy and Grammy Award-winning composer Michael Giacchino, whose credits feature some of the most popular and acclaimed film projects in recent history, including “The Incredibles,” “Coco,” “Jojo Rabbit,” “Ratatouille,” “Star Trek,” “Jurassic World,” “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and “War for the Planet of the Apes.” It’s the fifth film Reeves and Giacchino have collaborated on.

The release of the soundtrack comes just days before the film’s release, and follows WaterTower Music’s campaign over the past several weeks of digitally releasing three of Giacchino’s powerful musical character themes, each of which has captivated fans across the globe. The first music to be heard from The Batman (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) was, in order of release: “The Batman,” “The Riddler,” and “Catwoman.”

“I love working with Michael Giacchino, he’s one of my favorite people,” explained “The Batman” director Matt Reeves. “So, when I got ‘The Batman,’ I went to him knowing he has the same kind of love and connection to Batman that I do. He told me he wanted to do what we’d never been able to - to record before I ever shot a frame. He said, ‘I want us to record a suite, as if it was the unknown Beethoven Sonata of Batman that was found, and we use that to score the entire movie.’ I was excited about it, so he started writing while I was still writing, and he would send me little sample recordings of pieces he was doing on the piano.”

Reeves said that later, “the night before Robert (Pattinson) was to screen test, Michael sent me this incredible suite which contained the Batman theme - he had put it together with an orchestra - and I was blown away! It was so emotional. I drove to the set, and (The Batman producer) Dylan Clark was there, and I said to him, ‘You have to get in the car.’ He sat in the passenger seat, and I turned up the music. The two of us literally cried. He, too, felt it was amazing.

“I just felt like this was a very special, fated day, because Robert was about to be in one of the classic Batsuits, we were going to shoot some scenes, and there we were listening to this perfect music,” Reeves continued. “Suddenly you felt you were about to be part of film history that meant so much to you and meant so much to everyone. That music helped Robert Pattinson to become Batman, and we listened to that music all the time.”

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