- Speed Racer (soundtrack)
Infobox Album |
Name = Speed Racer
Type = Soundtrack
May 6, 2008(U.S.)
Length = TBA
"Speed Racer" is the
soundtrackof the film of the same name. It was released on May 6 2008. It is composed by Michael Giacchino.
1. I Am Speed (:37) :* Played during the film's opening title logo sequence.2. World's Best Autopia (1:15):* Played while Rex is teaching young Speed how to drive the T180.3. Thunderhead (3:07):* Played during the race at Thunderhead, where Speed is trying to beat Rex's record.4. Tragic Story of Rex Racer (4:49):* Played during the montage of Rex's past, from him leaving home until his crash.5. Vroom and Board (3:38):* The theme of the character Royalton, played while the Racer family is taking a tour through Royalton Industries.6. World's Worst Road Rage (2:41):* Played during the car fight between Racer X and Cruncher Block's Mammoth Car truck.7. Racing's In Our Blood (1:52):* Played when Speed turns down Royalton's offer.8. True Heart of Racing (4:05):* Played when Royalton explains the truth behind racing. Also contains musical passages from the race at Fuji.9. Casa Cristo (4:02):* Played during the first portion of the Casa Cristo cross-country rally.10. End of the First Leg (2:20):* Played during the Ninja night attack after the first half of the Casa Cristo race.11. Taejo Turns Trixie (1:37):* Played when Trixie stands in for Taejo for the second half of the Casa Cristo race.12. Bumper to Bumper, Rail to Rail (3:07):* Played when Speed rescues Trixie from being attacked by Snake Oiler. Also features the musical passage from the hand-to-hand duel between Cruncher Block's gang and the Racer family at the pass before the Maltese Ice Cave.13. The Maltese Ice Cave (2:04):* Played during the Maltese Cave sequence.14. Go Speed, Go! (1:24):* Played when Speed recovers after being knocked over the edge of the cliff by Snake Oiler.15. He Ain't Heavy (1:45):* Played when Speed speaks with Racer X at Thunderhead at night. "He's ain't heavy, he's my...."16. 32 Hours (3:49):* Played while the Racers build the new Mach 6 and Royalton cuts his deal with Musha.17. Grand Ol' Prix (6:13):* Played during the first leg of the Grand Prix.18. Reboot (3:08):* Played when the Mach 6's turbine dies and Speed jump-starts it to get back in the race.19. Let Us Drink Milk (4:33):* Played after Speed's victory at the Grand Prix, and during Racer X's final reveal.20. Speed Racer (4:21):* End credits song, played after Ali Dee And The Deekompressors' remix. The classic theme with lyric samples from the original U.S. and Japanese versions. Featuring
Reggaetonartist De La Ghetto.
* [http://www.tracksounds.com/reviews/speed_racer_michael_giacchino.htm Soundtrack Review at Tracksounds]
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