Crazy Rich Asians (Original Motion Picture Score) Brian Tyler
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- 1Love Theme from Crazy Rich Asians02:52
- 2Text Ting Swing03:53
- 3Approaching The Palace01:44
- 5Solitude 02:26
- 6Astrid and the Earrings01:41
- 7Arrival in Singapore02:35
- 8Rainy Nights in London02:46
- 9Rachel's Story02:31
- 10Shopping Spree01:38
- 11First Class01:04
- 12Hide the Jimmy Choos02:53
- 13Cousin Eddie and Cousin Alistair01:19
- 15We'll Get Through It Together03:08
- 16Astrid and Rachel01:31
- 17Without Reservation02:40
- 18Family First01:57
- 19Lost in the Jungle00:49
- 20Lunch on the Goh03:17
- 21Parallel Decisions04:36
- 22Running Away02:19
- 23Because of Me03:09
- 24Jubilee Bop03:59
Info for Crazy Rich Asians (Original Motion Picture Score)
The 14-song Crazy Rich Asians: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack album features several new recordings made for the film, including Miguel’s song “Vote,” recorded for the end title sequence; and covers of the classics “Money (That’s What I Want)” by Cheryl K feat. Awkwafina, “Yellow” by Katherine Ho (from The Voice 2016), “Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Kina Grannis, and more. Also highlighted on the soundtrack is the inclusion of several songs performed in Mandarin Chinese.
“It all comes together in this eclectic tapestry,” explained director Jon M. Chu about the music. “From old to new and remixed, to rap and hip-hop and jazz—and then, on top of that, we have our amazing composer Brian Tyler, who brings in a giant orchestra like an old Hollywood movie.”
The Crazy Rich Asians: Original Motion Picture Score features the music of award-winning composer Brian Tyler, who composed a vibrant and varied score blending elements of old school big band jazz music with classic romantic string scores and traditional music from Asia.
“Jon and I wanted to really make a splash with this score in a way that touched upon the classic film style of the great romantic comedies of old Hollywood with the charisma and beauty of Asian culture,” explained Tyler.
“The idea of combining the spontaneity of jazz with the scope of classic orchestra was a dream. That kind of musicianship on hand combined with such a wide sonic palette enabled me to represent both the sophistication of the crazy rich characters in the film as well as the deep emotional resonance of the central love story,” continued the composer. “The jazz music provided a fun wild throwback tone and the strings brought the main themes to life in a way that articulates both the love and loss in relationships - familial and romantic. This movie makes you laugh and it makes you cry. I adore this film and Jon Chu’s brilliant direction and am so proud of what we made together. I was fortunate to be brought on board to bring this music to life.”
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