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2012 [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

Audio Samples

>Johannes, Alain : Time for Miracles, song (as used in the film 2012)
>Wander, Thomas : 2012, film score
>Wander, Thomas : It Ain't the End of the World, song (as used in the film 2012)
>Wander, Thomas : Fades Like a Photograph, song (as used in the film 2012)

Album Summary

>Johannes, Alain : Time for Miracles, song (as used in the film 2012)
>Wander, Thomas : 2012, film score
>Wander, Thomas : It Ain't the End of the World, song (as used in the film 2012)
>Wander, Thomas : Fades Like a Photograph, song (as used in the film 2012)
Performers Conductor Ensemble Composers

Notes & Reviews:

Original soundtrack to the 2009 blockbuster. Features a score by Harold Kloser and Thomas Wander plus tracks from Adam Lambert ('Time For Miracles') and Filter ('Fades Like A Photograph'). 2012 is the Roland Emmerich-directed film about the end of the world, Starring John Cusack, Amanda Peet and Woody Harrelson, amongst others.

Notes & Reviews:

Personnel: Richard Patrick (vocals, guitar); Carmel Echols, Joel Virgel (vocals); John Spiker, Paul Crook , Rob Cavallo, Tim Pierce, Randy Flowers, Mitchell Marlow (guitar); Karen Hua-Qi Han (erhu); Martin Tillman (electric cello); Chris Bleth (woodwinds); Jamie Muhoberac (organ, keyboards); Mika Fineo, John Miceli (drums); Daniel Chase (programming); Thomas Schobel (percussion programming); Lothar Bellutta (sampler).

The second collaborative effort between Austrian-born composers Thomas Wander and Harald Kloser and blockbuster director Roland Emmerich (following 10,000 BC), 2012 is the official soundtrack to the John Cusack-starring apocalyptic disaster movie that went on to gross nearly $800 million in 2009. Alongside the 21 instrumental pieces, there are also three vocal numbers from American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert ("Time for Miracles"), alt-rock outfit Filter ("Fades Like a Photograph"), and George Segal and Blu Mankuma ("It Ain't the End of the World"). ~ Jon O'Brien



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Works Details

>Johannes, Alain : Time for Miracles, song (as used in the film 2012)
  • Performers: Dan Chase (Programming); Jamie Muhoberac (Organ); Brandy Flower (Guitar); Jamie Muhoberac (Keyboards); Adam Lambert; Rob Cavallo (Guitar); Tim Pierce (Guitar); Randy Flowers (Guitar); John Miceli (Drums); Paul Crook (Guitar)
  • Notes: This work was written in collaboration with Natasha Shneider.
  • Running Time: 4 min. 45 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary

>Wander, Thomas : 2012, film score
  • Performers: Lothar Bellutta; Joel Virgel (Voice); Martin Tillman (Electric Cello); Karen Han (Erhu); Chris Bleth; Tommy Schobel (Percussion Program.); Carmel Echols (Voice)
  • Conductor: James Brett
  • Ensemble: Hollywood Studio Symphony
  • Notes: This work was written in collaboration with Harald Kloser (1956 - ).
  • Running Time: 1 min. 30 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary

>Wander, Thomas : It Ain't the End of the World, song (as used in the film 2012)
  • Performers: Blu Mankuma; George Segal (Voice)
  • Notes: This work was written in collaboration with Matthew Charman, Harald Kloser (1956 - ).
  • Running Time: 2 min. 52 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary

>Wander, Thomas : 2012, film score
  • Performers: Carmel Echols (Voice); Karen Han (Erhu); Martin Tillman (Electric Cello); Lothar Bellutta; Chris Bleth; Tommy Schobel (Percussion Program.); Joel Virgel (Voice)
  • Conductor: James Brett
  • Ensemble: Hollywood Studio Symphony
  • Notes: This work was written in collaboration with Harald Kloser (1956 - ).
  • Running Time: 1 min. 30 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary

>Wander, Thomas : Fades Like a Photograph, song (as used in the film 2012)
  • Performers: John Spiker (Guitar); Richard Patrick (Guitar); Richard Park (Guitar); Mika Fineo (Drums); Richard Patrick (Voice); Mitch Marlow (Guitar)
  • Notes: This work was written in collaboration with Richard Patrick, Harald Kloser (1956 - ).
  • Running Time: 4 min. 19 sec.
  • Period Time: Contemporary