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Fantastic Four Rise of the Silver Surfer soundtrack


Fantastic Four Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 88697108882
Label: Sony Classical
Label number: 10888
Running time: 50m59s
Shipping date: June 19th, 2007
Original score by John Ottman
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Silver Surfer Theme [4:21]
2. Galactus Destroys/Opening [1:53]
3. Pursuing Doom [3:12]
4. Wedding Day Jitters [1:21]
5. Chasing the Surfer [2:32]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
2 Step - Clyde Carson
Double Happiness - Eric Darken
Drama Queen - Julie Greaux / Sa-Ra
Move By Yourself - Donavon Frankenreiter
Physical - Nicole Scherzinger / Timbaland
Quartet for Strings in C Major 'Emperor': Allegro - Jim Long
Rollin' - Classic
String Quartet # 13 in A Minor 'Rosamunde' Andante - Jim Long
Tambourine - Eve
You Could B the One - Julie Greaux

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What song plays in the club during Reed's Bachelor party? (from nicC in Chicago, IL.)
A: The song is called "Tambourine" by Eve/Swizz Beats. (thanks to T, Texasadd more info
A: "Physical" by Nicole Scherzinger/Timbaland (thanks to kay kay, miami, floridaadd more info

Q: What are the songs playing when Johnny brings Reed and Ben to a party? (from Stefanyee in Québec, Quebec, Canada)
A: Tambourine... (thanks to B. Roach, Illinoisadd more info

Q: What song is playing when Johnny talks to Sue before the wedding? It's background music from the wedding with violin and stuff. (from forrest in montreal, canda)
A: I assume you mean the classical song? That is "Canon in D." (thanks to KingAlexander, NCadd more info
A: By Johann Pachelbel. (thanks to I, UKadd more info

Q: What's the second song playing when Reed dances? (from Alka in Kazakhstan)
A: The second song is by a unknown rapper called Clyde Carson and the song is called "2 Step." The third song is "Physical" by Nicole Scherzinger. (thanks to Jojo, Kalgoorlie, Western Australiaadd more info
A: Clyde Carson is not a unknown rapper. He's from Oakland. The Bay Area Yadidda?! (thanks to TheOne, Oaklandadd more info

Q: What is the classical song playing in the background during the second wedding scene where Sue and Reed actually got married (the one which took place in Japan)? (from serendipity in Malaysia)
A: "Canon in D" by Johann Pachelbel. (thanks to i, UKadd more info

Q: What is the name of the song that starts playing when the girls are trying to convince Reed to dance and then he starts shaking his shoulders? (from Saad Zaman in Bangladesh)
A: "Physical" by Nicole Scherzinger/Timbaland (thanks to AVAra, Bulgaria, Razgradadd more info

Q: What's the second song playing during the club scene, after tambourine? It's a rap song and it plays when Reed is sitting down talking to the 3 girls. (from Tinman01357 in Portland, OR)
A: "Physical" by Nicole Scherzinger, featuring Timbaland. (thanks to EvA, Canadaadd more info

Q: What is the song playing in the background right when they get to the club for the bachelor party? It's got a tight beat, but I don't know all the words. (from Brit in Salem, OR)
A: Right when they get to the club, it is Tambourine by Eve featuring Swizz Beatz. but the song Reed actually dances to is a completely different song (I don't know what it is called). The song he dances to is very good. (thanks to LK, Canadaadd more info
A: It's "Tambourine" by Eve. (thanks to koukouz, Greeceadd more info
A: The song Reed danced to is "Physical" by Nicole S of the Pussycat Dolls featuring Timbaland. (thanks to Anthony, Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: What is the track name or band playing at the beginning of the end credits? It's in a modern rock style. (from Jusitn in London)
A: The song is called "Ride the Storm" by Simon Webbe. (thanks to Saad Zaman, Bangladeshadd more info

Q: What is the song playing when Johnny arrives to the wedding with his girlfriend? (from Andrew in Russia)
A: "Rollin'" by Chris Classic (thanks to blank, coloradoadd more info

Q: What is the name of the french song playing in the end credits? I heard "a travers le temps" in the song. (from Vicky in Grenoble, Isère, France)
A: "Heros" by Ol Kainry (thanks to Zu, Mauritiusadd more info

Q: What is the song playing around the time the silver surfer is saving Sue? it's a slower song. (from steph in georgia)
A: John Ottman's "Silver Surfer Theme" (thanks to karaelf, turkiyeadd more info

Q: What song is playing in the background when they are throwing darts in the bar scene?
...from Jagger in Idaho (answer Jagger's question)

Q: What is the name of the song that is used in the deleted scene called "Wedding Montage"? (from Ki in Italy)
A: It's "WHATSITGONNAB" by Brian Anthony (thanks to Ki, Italyadd more info

Q: What's the song playing when they are in the club?  (from tiff in ontario)
A: I suppose you mean "Tambourine" by Eve, but many songs play in the club. (thanks to Anthony, Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: What is the song playing at the start of the wedding scene? (from crypt keeper in lydney england)
A: Pachelbel's "Canon in D major" (thanks to ince, Ankara, Turkeyadd more info

Q: Hey, what's the song playing when Reed is at his bachelor party dancing with those two girls?
...from Tom in Pawtucket, RI (answer Tom's question)

Q: What song is playing when Jonny arrives to the party with his girl friend in the car??
...from ellipsis in france (answer ellipsis's question)

Q: What is the name of the record Mr. Fantastic is dancing to at his party just before Sue and the general found him??
...from justin in richmond va 23224 (answer justin's question)


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