Yeah I got it, but it was sold out at Target AND Hastings so I had to go to Circuit City to get it. Its actually really good: What Ive Dones awesome and theres several other songs that I really liked: Second to None, Pretty Handsome Awkward and Before its too Late
That is the piece of crap music inspired by the movie soundtrack
90% of the people are still trying to find the SCORE, instrumental music.
Not trying to put you down but that mutemath transformers theme sucked big time.
The score by Steve Jablonsky was pretty good - channeling the spirit of Jerry Goldsmith if you ask me. The songs were good and well-placed; glad they didn't use them constantly. The sampling of 'Battle Without Honor Or Humanity' by Tomoyasu Hotei, when Bumblebee changes to a modern camaro was terrific.
I have the original Transformers: The Movie soundtrack too - on vinyl.
"I'm not smart so much as I am not dumb." - Harlan Ellison
The point is we shouldn't have to wait.... they release the crappy music inspired from the movie CD and leave the score for who knows how long, it's a crock of sh1t, they should release it when the movie come out. then maybe they wouldn't loose so much to piracy.
Dude, I know what yall are talking about now! That song or that instrumental that played not only during the autobot descent but at the beginning when Prime was talkin!! I loved that, and I was soo mad that I didnt see that on there either!!!
See also: Transformers: The Album
Composer Steve Jablonsky, who collaborated with Bay on The Island, scored music for the teaser trailer long before actual work on the film. Scoring took place in April 2007 at the Sony Scoring Stage in Culver City. The score comprised six major themes over 90 minutes of score, including the teaser music. The instrumental soundtrack is said to be released sometime in August of 2007. Tom DeSanto wanted to work in an orchestral version of the TV series song, but he and Bay never spoke with each other much. Mute Math performed a cover version instead. The band were childhood fans of Transformers, and were approached as their style suited the sound of the robots in the film. It only appears on the album.