Danny Elfman has scored the music for several movies and a handful
of television shows
Click on links for details of the albums, and from there to reviews
Meet the Robinsons (aka A Day with Wilbur Robinson)
The Sixth Element (songs)
The Simpsons (theme re-used from television series, perhaps)
Deep Sea 3D (music from a specially performed recording of concert work Serenada
Elfman's Television Themes
Tales from the Crypt and The Simpsons can be found on the album
Mummy, Daddy, The Family Dog, Pee-Wee's Playhouse, Beetlejuice:TAS, The
Flash, and a Nike Commercial
can be found on the album "Music for a Darkened Theatre vol.2"
About the Reviews:
Because previously it had been argued that a single star rating for an Elfman
score might not take into account that a good score could be poorly represented
on CD, the goal posts have been shifted to allow TWO sets of star ratings, from
0-4. One rating for the score itself (i.e. its quality, originality and appropriateness
for the film) and another for the CD release (i.e. how much is it recommended).
This means that scores like Anywhere But Here might get a good rating
for score, but poor one for CD, judging by its short playing time. However,
some reviewers might feel even a single cue is worth paying out for a CD...
let battle commence! E-mail me with
your reviews - anything over 100 words which shows some thought and attention
About the Reviewers:
Each Danny Elfman score has been (or is in the process of being) reviewed. 95%
of the scores have been reviewed by Tim Perrine and/or myself. Before you read
our opinions, we'd like you to look at our credentials.