Frankenweenie (soundtrack)

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Frankenweenie: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the film score for the Disney film, Frankenweenie by Danny Elfman, was released September 25, 2012.

A separate soundtrack concept album titled, Frankenweenie Unleashed!: Music Inspired by the Motion Picture by various artists was also released on the same date. The packaging for Frankenweenie: Unleashed was distributed in a digipak CD format with phosphorescent cover art.[1]

Each album was released by Walt Disney Records physically on CD and via digital download on various online platforms including the iTunes Store.

Frankenweenie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)[edit]

Track listing[edit]

Frankenweenie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Frankenweenie OST cover artwork.jpg
Film score by Danny Elfman
Released September 25, 2012
Genre Classical
Length 55:58
Label Walt Disney
Producer Tim Burton

All tracks written by Danny Elfman.

No. Title Length
1. "Frankenweenie Disney Logo[Note 1]" 0:37
2. "Main Titles" 2:19
3. "Mr. Burgermeister/Noses Meet" 2:16
4. "Game of Death" 2:20
5. "The Funeral" 2:38
6. "Electricity" 3:27
7. "Re-Animation" 5:15
8. "Sparky's Day Out" 1:53
9. "Dad's Talk" 0:49
10. "The Bride/Edgar Knows" 2:19
11. "Invisible Fish/Search for Sparky" 4:41
12. "A Premonition" 1:25
13. "The Speech" 1:20
14. "Mom's Discovery/Farewell" 1:29
15. "Getting Ready" 2:38
16. "Making Monsters" 6:43
17. "Pool Monsters Attack" 1:50
18. "Mad Monster Party" 1:58
19. "Final Confrontation" 2:56
20. "Happy Ending" 3:25
21. "Alternate Main Titles" 2:18
22. "Over the Fence" 1:15
Total length: 55:58
Notes

Frankenweenie Unleashed! (Music Inspired by the Motion Picture)[edit]

Frankenweenie Unleashed! (Music Inspired by the Motion Picture)
Frankenweenie Unleashed cover artwork.jpg
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released September 25, 2012
Genre Alternative rock, art punk, indie pop/rock, Neo-psychedelia, piano rock, punk rock, industrial rock
Length 52:22
Label Walt Disney
Producer Mitchell Leib
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[3]

Only the tracks "Strange Love" and "Praise Be New Holland", are actually used in the film. Artists Grace Potter, Kerli, the Plain White T's, and Robert Smith were previously featured on Almost Alice, a similar compilation album consisting of tracks from and inspired by the Tim Burton film Alice in Wonderland by various artists.

Background[edit]

Karen O was approached by the film's director Tim Burton with the intent of the singer writing a song especially for the film.[4][1] The singer has said that her song, "Strange Love" was inspired by "the same era of B-movie fright film references sprinkled throughout the film. I went in the direction of exotica and calypso stylistically because it’s quirky, good vibes music of that era, and when you throw in a Theremin solo, it’s a marriage made in heaven. I remember Beetlejuice introducing me to the genius of Harry Belafonte’s calypso record, so I wanted to give a nod to that, too."[5]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Performer(s) Length
1. "Strange Love" Karen O Karen O (from Yeah Yeah Yeahs) 3:03
2. "Electric Heart (Stay Forever)" Tyler Glenn Neon Trees 4:41
3. "Polartropic (You Don't Understand Me)" Mark Foster Mark Foster (from Foster the People) 4:22
4. "Almost There" Michael Angelakos Passion Pit 4:16
5. "Pet Sematary" Dee Dee Ramone, Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Daniel Rey Plain White T's 3:46
6. "With My Hands" Kimbra Johnson, Damian Taylor Kimbra 3:33
7. "Everybody's Got a Secret" Aaron Bruno Awolnation 3:43
8. "Immortal" Kerli Koiv Kerli 4:16
9. "My Mechanical Friend" Wayne Coyne, Grace Potter Grace Potter, The Flaming Lips 4:16
10. "Lost Cause" Alexander Grant, Josh Mosser, Dan Reynolds Imagine Dragons 3:50
11. "Underground" Sean Gadd, Hannah Hooper, Ryan Rabin, Andrew Wessen, Christian Zucconi Grouplove 3:10
12. "Building a Monster" Alexander Grant, Skylar Grey Skylar Grey 4:22
13. "Witchcraft" Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh Robert Smith (from The Cure) 4:11
14. "Praise Be New Holland" John August, Danny Elfman Winona Ryder 0:53
Total length: 52:22

Charts[edit]

Year Chart Peak
position
2012 US Billboard Soundtrack Albums 6

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Minsker, Evan. "Listen to a New Karen O Song From the Frankenweenie Soundtrack". Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 28 September 2012. 
  2. ^ "Old Disney magic in new animated logo". hollywoodreporter.com. Archived from the original on July 18, 2006. Retrieved July 10, 2006. 
  3. ^ Collar, Matt. "Frankenweenie Unleashed!" at AllMusic. Retrieved 27 September 2012.
  4. ^ Newman, Melinda. "Karen O composes tune for Tim Burton's 'Frankenweenie'". HitFix. Retrieved 28 September 2012. 
  5. ^ Young, Alex. "Robert Smith, Karen O contribute new music to Tim Burton's Frankenweenie". Consequence of Sound. Retrieved 28 September 2012. 
  6. ^ "Frankenweenie Unleashed!". Amazon. Retrieved September 14, 2012. 
  7. ^ "Frankenweenie Unleashed! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Bonus Track Version)". iTunes. Retrieved August 29, 2012. 
  8. ^ "Frankenweenie Unleashed! (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Bonus Track Version)". Target. Retrieved September 27, 2012. 

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