By: Jordon Myers
- Nominated for Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures
- Nominated for 3 BAFTA awards
- Won 15 ASCAP awards
- Nominated for 8 Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA awards
- Won 4 Annie awards
- Nominated for 8 Annie awards
- Nominated for 1 Grammy award
- Won 4 IFMCA awards
- Nominated for 8 IFMCA awards
Film/Show That Started Powell's Career
- How to Train Your Dragon
- The Bourne series
Characteristics of Soundtrack Music
- audio recording created or used in film production or post-production.
- the dialogue, sound effects, and music in a film each has its own separate track, and these are mixed together to make what is called the composite track.
- a dubbing track is added when the film is in a different language.
- Rodney Copperbottom
- Phineas Y. Ratchet
- Fender Pinwheeler
- Piper Pinwheeler
- Tim the Gate Guard
- Mr. Gunk
- Crank Casey
- Aunt Fanny
- Madame Gasket
- Lydia and Herb Copperbottom
There are three parts of the city: The High End District: The part of the city where the rich and famous robots live. Buildings and robots are all shiny and nearly everything is futuristic. Everyone here has a metal covering that hides all their inner workings. Bigweld Industries is here. Combustion District: A low-class place. It has numerous rust spots, and robots have the internal workings similar to a 1950's car at best. And the Steam District: The lowest part of the city, and therefore the rustiest. Parts of the district resemble the inventions of the Industrial Revolution, and everywhere is filled with broken machines.
"Get UP Offa' That Thing (Ali Dee Remix)" From Robots
H- backup vocals, bass, trumpets, saxophone, trombone, drum set
M- main vocals
R- moderate, in 4
G- intro, chorus, bridge, chorus, bridge, chorus, bridge, chorus, outro
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