The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle

Movie | Released: 2000 | Format: CD

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# Track   Duration
1.Logo & Opening Titles0:50
2.Hard Times In Frostbite Falls0:51
3.Rocky: The Flying Squirrel0:34
4.From Pottsylvania To Hollywood1:38
5.The Green Light2:26
6.Frenetical Action - Green Light Shines1:00
7.On The Highway - The Test Machine1:00
8.Zombie Drone - Secret Agent Man1:15
9.Fearless Leader/Boris Badenov1:31
10.Boris and Natasha0:52
11.The Bitter End1:17
12.Zombified People - Big Action2:20
13.Implausibly Coincidental0:50
14.Chase On The Runway - Hang on!3:17
15.Hail, Hail Pottsylvania0:44
16.Put Your Hands Up! - Vegomatic5:16
17.Rocky and Bullwinkle Save The Day4:40
18.“America The Beautiful”1:10
19.A Really Happy Ending1:56
20.Through The Eyes Of A Child4:31
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The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle - 04/10 - Review of Tom Daish, submitted at
Mark Mothersbaugh's place in TV music history is assured with his outrageously catchy main theme to Rugrats which seems to be instantly identifiable by almost anyone these days. He scored the film version of the show, but other than that, know little about him. I can't say I ever watched Rocky and Bullwinkle when I was younger. I suspect that I'm either too young to remember or it was one of those shows hugely popular in America, but little known over here.

Mothersbaugh's score for the big screen version is either just silly or something of a Carl Stalling inspired effort. The opening few tracks show some promise with a little amusing invention, however after that things are somewhat hit and miss. In fairness, there isn't a lot one can say about a score like this. As with more zany comedy scoring, many of the tracks only happen unto themselves and bear little resemblance to anything around them. Unfortunately, few of these individual ideas are interesting enough on their own and so the entire thing lurches from vignette to vignette, neither being separately good nor better than the sum of the parts.

I'm sure that Mothersbaugh had fun composing the score; it's full of energy and hardly ever flags, however it's really just not that interesting musically. Yet again, I must rely on the old get out clause that there are only so many ways to score silly comedy films and Mothersbaugh doesn't do a bad job. On the other hand, there are plenty of composers who could have penned something just a bit more memorable after the event.

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