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Title Sucker Punch (Original Motion Soundtrack) [electronic resource]

Published Sony Classical


Location Call No. Status
Physical description Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)(05 min. 18 sec.)Army of Me (Sucker Punch remix)(06 min. 50 sec.)White Rabbit(05 min. 07 sec.)I Want It All / We Will Rock You (mash-up with rap verses)(05 min. 07 sec.)Search and Destroy(04 min. 24 sec.)Tomorrow Never Knows(07 min. 35 sec.)Where Is My Mind?(06 min. 08 sec.)Asleep(04 min. 02 sec.)Love is the Drug(04 min. 12 sec.)
Series Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) -- Army of Me (Sucker Punch remix) -- White Rabbit -- I Want It All / We Will Rock You (mash-up with rap verses) -- Search and Destroy -- Tomorrow Never Knows -- Where Is My Mind? -- Asleep -- Love is the Drug
Notes In 1988, Sony Corporation (Japan) acquired the CBS Records group (USA), and two years later it created Sony Classical to succeed the time-honoured Columbia and CBS Masterworks labels. The history of the Columbia name goes back to 1890 when the Columbia Phonograph Company in the District of Columbia began releasing cylinder recordings. The first release on Masterworks, Columbia’s new classical label, came in 1927: Brahms’s First Symphony conducted by Felix Weingartner. The company’s US division was bought in 1938 by the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS). Columbia Records became an industry leader in both catalogue and technology, including the introduction of the 33 1/3 rpm long-playing record in 1948. Over the decades, the flagship line Columbia Masterworks developed a roster of leading classical musicians that included violinist Isaac Stern; cellists Pablo Casals and Yo-Yo Ma; pianists Glenn Gould, Vladimir Horowitz and Murray Perahia; guitarist John Williams; and conductors Dimitri Mitropoulos, Eugene Ormandy, Bruno Walter and George Szell; as well as composer-conductors Igor Stravinsky and Leonard Bernstein. Since 1990, when it became Sony Classical, the label has continued to develop its roster of outstanding artists, burnishing its storied discography with new productions featuring Lang Lang, Plácido Domingo, Jonas Kaufmann, Vittorio Grigolo and Simone Dinnerstein. It has also expanded its presence in the field of film soundtrack recordings with the release of such Oscar-winning scores as Titanic (1997), Shakespeare in Love (1998), The Red Violin (1999) and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000), The Artist (2011), and Life of Pi (2012).
Contents Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) -- Army of Me (Sucker Punch remix) -- White Rabbit -- I Want It All / We Will Rock You (mash-up with rap verses) -- Search and Destroy -- Tomorrow Never Knows -- Where Is My Mind? -- Asleep -- Love is the Drug
Performers Browning, Emily, Artist -- Bjork,, Artist -- Skunk Anansie, Ensemble -- Torrini, Emiliana, Artist -- Queen, Ensemble -- Armageddon, , Artist -- Azar, Carla, Artist -- Mosshart, Alison Nicole, Artist -- Yoav, , Artist -- Isaac, Oscar, Artist -- Gugino, Carla, Artist -- Lennon, John, Composer -- McCartney, Paul, Composer -- Lennox, Annie, Composer -- Stewart, Dave, Composer -- Slick, Grace, Composer -- Massey, Graham, Composer -- May, Brian, Composer -- Thompson IV, Charles Michael Kittridge, Composer -- Marr, Johnny, Composer -- Morrissey, Composer -- Osterberg, Jr, James Newell, Composer -- Williamson, James Robert, Composer -- Ferry, Bryan, Lyricist -- MacKay, Andy, Composer
Other author Lennon, John Composer
McCartney, Paul Composer
Lennox, Annie Composer
Stewart, Dave Composer
Slick, Grace Composer
Bjork, Composer
Massey, Graham Composer
May, Brian Composer
Thompson IV, Charles Michael Kittridge Composer
Marr, Johnny Composer
Morrissey Composer
Osterberg, Jr, James Newell Composer
Williamson, James Robert Composer
Ferry, Bryan Lyricist
MacKay, Andy Composer
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