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Mr. Peabody & Sherman (Music From the Motion Picture)


Download links and information about Mr. Peabody & Sherman (Music From the Motion Picture). This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 50:10 minutes.

Release date: 2014
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 23
Duration: 50:10
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No. Title Length
1. Mr. Peabody's Prologue (Danny Elfman) 3:19
2. Reign of Terror! (Danny Elfman) 2:48
3. The Drop Off (Danny Elfman) 1:14
4. The Dog Whistle (Danny Elfman) 0:48
5. The Cherry Tree (Danny Elfman) 0:59
6. A Deep Regard (Danny Elfman) 0:52
7. Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy) [2010 Remix] (John Lennon) 3:51
8. Dinner Party (Danny Elfman) 0:30
9. The Petersons/The Wabac Machine (Danny Elfman) 3:08
10. Aquarela Do Brasil (Danny Elfman) 0:47
11. Off To Egypt (Danny Elfman) 2:07
12. The Wedding Exodus (Danny Elfman) 1:05
13. Hammer-Time (Danny Elfman) 0:57
14. The Flying Machine (Danny Elfman) 4:42
15. Trojan Horse (Danny Elfman) 3:25
16. War/Disaster (Danny Elfman) 3:32
17. History Mash-Up (Danny Elfman) 4:33
18. I'm a Dog Too (Danny Elfman) 3:41
19. Fixing the Rip (Danny Elfman) 2:13
20. Back To School (Danny Elfman) 1:16
21. Aquarela Do Brasil (Coda) (Danny Elfman) 1:03
22. The Amazing Mr. Peabody (Danny Elfman) 0:34
23. Way Back When (Grizfolk) 2:46



It took animator Jay Ward’s über-genius canine and his frequently bewildered boy charge a half-century to finally get their big-screen due. But DreamWorks’ 3D computer-animated historical romp (with a few valuable life lessons) smartly channeled the original’s generation-bridging charms into a sizable film hit, with Danny Elfman’s sprightly orchestral score providing much of the adventure’s propulsive musical verve and sense of wonder. Elfman sandwiched this between work on David O. Russell’s Oscar-nominated American Hustle and Big Eyes (Tim Burton’s ode to kitsch culture icons Margaret and Walter Keane); this soundtrack is not just testament to how truly expansive Elfman's music has become, but that it often feels like a circle gratifyingly completed. Fans of Danny’s earliest work on Burton’s Pee-Wee Herman adventures will find the manic rhythms here instantly familiar, yet now informed by a mature, muscular orchestral sensibility that’s in perfect accord with the film’s mock-epic intentions. John Lennon’s “Beautiful Boy” and contemporary electro-folk rockers Grizfolk (“Way Back When”) give the collection a welcome pinch of pop seasoning.