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Monsters University (Original Score)

Randy Newman

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Album Review

Since the Toy Story days, Pixar's charming stories and Randy Newman's droll music have gone together like chocolate and peanut butter. The mix is just as winning on the soundtrack to Monsters University, the Monsters Inc. prequel that takes audiences back to Mike and Sulley's college days.This film's music follows in the big, hairy footsteps of Monsters Inc. (which, aside from the song "If I Didn't Have You," was entirely instrumental) by focusing on Newman's sprightly orchestral score, showcasing his gifts as a composer and arranger instead of his inimitable raspy voice and vivid lyrics. He delivers purely cartoony moments made for tiptoeing and other eye-popping antics — literally, in the case of green cyclops Mike — on "The Library" and "Did You Do This?," as well as clever action and suspense cues such as "The Scare Games," "Stinging Glow Urchin," and "The Big Scare," which Newman surrounds with the rah-rah college marching band feel of tracks like the main title, "Rise and Shine," and "Monsters University," all of which complement the film's setting perfectly. While "Young Michael" and "Sulley" have such an appealing shuffle that they practically beg to be topped by Newman's voice, all of his cues radiate so much of his, and the monsters', personality that it's not necessary to hear him sing. Aside from Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso's "Roar," a bit of throbbing EDM that captures the feel of a campus rager, Monsters University is all Newman, and like his other Pixar collaborations, it's a thoughtfully and playfully crafted delight.

Customer Reviews

Noooo

The end credit song should be here! It was the best song of the whole movie! What is with this? They obviously don't know what they're doing!

Where is the end credit Music ???

Come on Itunes ! We are looking specifically for the End Credits music - Please Make it available!!!!!

End Credit Song

NOTE: The song everybody is looking for from the end credits to Monster's University is a sample of a song by the group MarchFourth Marching Band called "Gospel" from the 2009 album "Rise Up" It is available for purchase on itunes. If you like that song you should check out more of their music - they are a cool group!

Biography

Born: November 28, 1943 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Soundtrack

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

An anomaly among early-'70s singer/songwriters, Randy Newman may have been slightly influenced by Bob Dylan, but his music owed more to New Orleans R&B and traditional pop than folk. Newman developed an idiosyncratic style that alternated between sweeping, cinematic pop and rolling R&B, which were tied together by his nasty sense of humor. Where his peers concentrated on confessional songwriting, Newman drew characters, creating a world filled with misfits, outcasts, charlatans, and con men....
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