Ralph Sall

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Ralph Sall
Occupation(s) Record producer, music supervisor, composer, songwriter
Labels Bulletproof Records
Website www.ralphsall.com

Ralph Sall is an American record producer, music supervisor, composer, songwriter, and screenwriter. He is the president of Bulletproof Entertainment, a company involved in several facets of the entertainment industry, including film, television, comic books and graphic novels, music, internet and live theatre.

Sall is a Summa Cum Laude Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Yale University. A native of Miami, he currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife Lisa and their three young children.[1]

As a record producer, Sall has produced tracks with Paul McCartney, The Ramones, Stone Temple Pilots, Jewel, Sugar Ray, Sublime, Smash Mouth, Cheap Trick, Aerosmith, Jane’s Addiction, and Creed. As a songwriter, Sall has written tracks for Liz Phair, Jewel, George Clinton and Sugar Ray.

As a performer with The Ralph Sall Experience, he has recorded original songs "Rock Me Sexy Jesus" and "You’re As Gay As The Day Is Long", and performs covers of "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" and "Maniac" for the film Hamlet 2. Tracks by his other group, All Too Much, have been featured in the films of License To Wed, Failure to Launch, and The In-Laws. Sall’s Interstellar Force, a dance music project, charted a Billboard hit with their cover of the Star Wars Theme.

Sall has also written and produced songs for films, including the hit "Rollin’ With My Homies", co-written with Coolio, for the movie Clueless and Words To Me, co-written with Sugar Ray, for the Scooby Doo movie.

As the composer and executive music producer on Andrew Fleming’s Hamlet 2, Sall wrote the majority of the music and performed the songs under his name. In addition to Hamlet 2, Sall also collaborated with Fleming on the films Nancy Drew, The Craft, Dick, and Threesome. He wrote the music for Sony’s The New Guy and Warners’ Grind, for which he also wrote the screenplay.

Sall produced the tribute album Deadicated, featuring the songs of the Grateful Dead. He went on to create the triple-platinum selling Common Thread: The Songs of the Eagles, Stoned Immaculate: The Music of the Doors, and the Gold-certified Saturday Morning: Cartoons' Greatest Hits.

His Bulletproof label has had soundtrack releases including Hamlet 2, Mean Girls, Grind, Charlotte's Web, Mad Hot Ballroom, Barnyard, Sahara, and Jackass Number Two.

Sall won the 1994 Razzie Award (Worst Original Song) for the song Addams Family (Whoomp!) from the movie Addams Family Values. He shared the award with his co-writers Stephen Gibson and Cecil Glenn.[2]

Sall produced the upcoming Paul McCartney tribute album, The Art of McCartney which is due for release in November 2014.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Ralph Sall". Bulletproofrecords.com. Retrieved 2013-04-02. 
  2. ^ "Addams Family Values Awards". IMDb.com. Retrieved 2013-04-02. 

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