Original Soundtrack by Dan Jones
The Ivor Novello Award-nominated, eclectically mischievous and moving score to Louis Theroux’s most daring exposé yet, winner of Best Film at the NME Awards 2017. With additional music by Stew Jackson and performances by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
Kyle Renick, Film Score Monthly
"a dramatic soundtrack”
Markie Robson-Scott, The Arts Desk
By purchasing from Bandcamp you are helping to ensure that more of the money you spend goes to the artists who create the work rather than the internet giants.
Original soundtrack for the documentary starring Louis Theroux with music by Dan Jones
Music Composed by Dan Jones
Label: Wave Theory Records
Album date: September 2016
Orchestral arrangements performed by The BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Leader: Lesley Hatfield
Recording studios: BBC Hoddinott Hall. Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, UK.
Recording Engineer : Huw Thomas For BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Conducted by Dan Jones
Orchestrated by Ben Foskett
Music Preparation: Vic Fraser
Additional Music Composed by Stew Jackson (Tracks 1, 10)
Additional Music Production: Stew Jackson (Tracks 1, 10, 22, 25)
Keyboards and Theremin (Tracks 1, 10, 27) by Dan Moore
Guitars and Drums (Tracks 1, 10, 22) by Stew Jackson
Percussion Performed by Rupert Cole
Percussion Recorded at University of Bristol Music Department
Percussion Recording Engineered by Jonathon Scott
Additional Music Editing by Lee Cole
Music mixed and edited at Jones Studios, Bristol, UK.
Mixed by Dan Jones and Roberto Morlán Gómez
Mastered at Optimum Mastering Studios, Bristol, UK.
Mastering engineer: Shawn Joseph
Album preparation by Roberto Morlán Gómez and Simon Birch
Album cover art derived from the movie poster designed by Ralph Steadman
Thanks to Richard Paine and everyone at Faber Music, Chris Gutch, Darrell Alexander and everyone at Cool Music. Michael Garvey, Tim Thorne, Victoria Massochi and the team at BBC NOW.
Very special thanks to: Paul Carlin, Max Bygrave, Ness Tovell, Simon Chinn, John Dower, Louis Theroux.
Sadly, Max Bygrave, the film's sound designer died in January 2018. We would like to dedicate the album to his memory, and for all the inspiration he provided over many years of collaboration with Dan. The film's soundtrack bears testament to his unique sense of invention and fun. We will miss him.