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Album Review

Actor, animator, producer, writer, musician, and Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane tapped frequent collaborator/composer/Disney film veteran Joel McNeely to provide the score for his second big-screen outing, the comedy Western A Million Ways to Die in the West. McNeely bases his playful and robust score on classic silver screen-era Westerns, offering up a pastiche that's both reverent and self-aware, while the theme song, which is performed by Alan Jackson, and "If You've Only Got a Mustache," the latter of which is performed by Grammy-nominated American tenor Amick Byram, are as goofy as they are brimming with familiar Western motifs.

Customer Reviews

Fantastic movie and soundtrack

I don't write reviews often but I have to say that I think Seth really understands that a great soundtrack should pull you into the movie while watching it and take you back to the movie when listening to it after. Overall it's a great farcical romp through the old west and the mustache song is just so fantastic. I'm surprised it wasn't used in family guy by now.

Amazing Soundtrack

Super funny movie, but the soundtrack makes it. Brings to memory some of the greatest western adventure movies

incredible

the thing that I find most fascinating about seth macfarlane is that he truly values music, and uses real orchestras in all of his works. this has got to be one of the best movie scores of this decade, especially for a comedy.

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