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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | October 28, 2016 |

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  • 1.  	Kids Today Movie Dialogue By "Jim carrey And Taylor Momsen" 2.  	Grinch 2000 Performed By "Busta Rhymes & Jim Carrey" 3.  	Green Christmas Performed By "Barenaked Ladies 4.  	Christmas Of Love Performed By "Little Isidor And The Inquisitors" 5.  	Lonely Christmas Eve Performed By "Ben Folds" 6.  	Grinch Schedule Movie Dialogue By "Jim Carrey" 7.  	Better Do It Right Performed By "Smash Mouth" 8.  	Whoville Medley (Perfect Christmas Night/Grinch) Performed By "trans-Siberian Orchestra" 9.  	Reindeer Movie Dialogue By "Jim Carrey" 10.  	Christmas Is Going To The Dogs Performed By "The Eels" 11.  	You're A MEan One, Mr. Grinch Performed By "Jim Carrey" 12.  	Christmas Means More Movie Dialogue By "Jim Carrey And Anthony Hopkins" 13.  	You Don't Have To Be Alone Performed By "'N Sync" 14.  	Where Are You Christmas Performed By "Faith Hill" 15.  	The Shape Of Thing To Come Composed By "James Horner", Includes "Happy Who-Lidays", Written By "James Horner And Cynthia Weil 16.  	Memories Of A Green Childhood Composed By "James Horner" 17.  	Christmas, Why Can't I Find You? Vocals By "Taylor Momsen", Music By "James Horner" and Lyrics by "Will jennings" 18.  	Stealing Christmas Composed By "James Horner", Includes Dialogue By "Jim Carrey, Anthony Hopkins and Taylor Momsen", Composed By "James Horner" 19.  	The Big Heist Composed By "James Horner" 20.  	Does Cindy Lou Really Ruin Christmas? Composed By "James Horner" 21.  	A Charge Of The heart Composed By "James Horner" 22.  	The Sleigh Of Presents Composed By "James Horner" 23.  	He Carves The Roast Beast Composed By "James Horner", Includes "Welcome Christmas", Written By "Albert Hague And Theodor S. Geise"

  • Orchestrations: Randy Kerber, J.A.C. Redford
    Additionnal orchestrations: Steven J. Bernstein
    Sound engineer: Simon Rhodes
    Additional recording: David Marquette
    Music preparation: Bob Bornstein
    Music editors: Jim Henrikson, Joe E. Rand and John LaSalandra
    Assistant music editor: Barbara McDermott
    Music contractor: Sandy DeCrescent
    French horn: James Thatcher
    Synthesizer programming: Ian Underwood, Randy Kerber
    Studio: Todd-AO Scoring Stage, Studio City
    Where Are You Christmas
    Performed by Faith Hill
    Written by James Horner, Will Jennings, and Mariah Carey
    Produced by Byron Gallimore and Faith Hill

    Arranged by David Campbell

    Come, Come All Ye Whos / Who-bilation / How I Love Who-liday Shopping / Happy Who-lidays
    Performed by members of "Grinch" cast
    Music by James Horner
    Lyrics by Cynthia Weil

    The song Happy Who-lidays is included in the track "The Shape Of Things To Come".
    Note: The track 23 "He Carves The Roast Beast" includes "Welcome Christmas"
    Written by Dr. Seuss and Albert Hague
    Performed by Taylor Momsen, Jim Carrey and members of "Grinch" cast

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