Repo! soundtrack II could be delayed!

Due to last minute changes, the release of Repo! soundtrack II will most likely be delayed a week, according to one of the Repo! music producers, Joe Bishara. So it may not be released on January 20th.

We should really look forward to the new soundtrack! Bishara revealed and confirmed that one of the songs include “Happiness is Not a Warm Scalpel” (performed by Paris Hilton and Paul Sorvino).

In the past, I’ve often mentioned the awesomeness of “Happiness is Not a Warm Scalpel,” which is also included in the movie, but the one on upcoming soundtrack is the director’s cut version! Ah, can’t wait!

Thanks to Jaime!

Posted: January 18th, 2009
Comments: 5


From: lionsgate is not that great
Time: January 18, 2009, 11:30 pm

to be honest, this just doesn’t seem like it was that professionally done, from the marketing of the movie in theaters to numerous other issues, it seems like the producers and the studio lost interest in the project shortly after greenlighting it. They pushed the original theatrical release date back reportedly b/c the director didn’t get things done on time among other issues. They announce things and then have to delay them constantly. they’ve just had a lot of screw ups on this. Hope that it’s worth the wait when I finally get to see it.

From: scot
Time: January 19, 2009, 3:31 am

The face that they’ve had next to no money, no help from the studios and all this other shit to deal with I think they’re doing great. This isnt some big budget flick with tonnes of support behind it, they barely had enough money to finish most of the songs. I would rather wait an extra weak to get a few more songs.

Come up and try my new parts wont be on the CD, they only recorded a demo version. The demo was good enough to use in the clip though. But they’ve said they dont want to release all of the Repo! stuff they have at once so we still have more to come in the next few months/years.

From: lionsgate is not that great
Time: January 19, 2009, 8:52 am

lionsgate IS the studio. That’s what I said. They haven’t done very well with this. Then, it’s not that hard to meet deadlines. They’ve missed a ton. It’s called planning. b/f you announce anything make sure you can meet your announced date. If you are on a low budget and have missed a deadline then figure out when you can get something done add a month or so and make that the date. If you meet your original “in house” deadline, then you’re a month ahead of schedule. If not, you’ve got an extra month to get it done.

One missed deadline I can understand. 3 or 4 tells me that this has not been taken very seriously.

From: scot
Time: January 19, 2009, 6:13 pm

How can it not be taken seriously, Darren, Terrance and Darren (theres two Darren’s) have been working on this for the past few years, its been their life. They have been doing everything in their power to give the fans what they like, hell its only delayed because they are adding MORE stuff. Be a bit greatful? Would you rather get the CD today or wait a week and get all these bonus tracks?

From: lionsgate is not great
Time: January 19, 2009, 8:38 pm

Actually, it’s kind of the opposite. If you’ve worked this hard to get it done, then do it in a professional manner. Why should I be grateful to spend my money on their project, studio and director and producer, when they don’t seem to take it professioanlly.

3rd graders don’t get to use the excuses they use. “My homework’s late again. Give me a good grade anyway because I really worked hard.” it wasn’t marketed well, supposedly the release date was pushed back b/c of stuff Darren just didn’t get done in time. (look at the news archives on this site). How hard is it to get something done when you say it will be done? And, if you realize that you’ve been having problems meeting deadlines, then give yourself a plenty of extra time, especially the public announcements. You’ll sound more professional and won’t continually disappoint your audience.

They couldn’t figure out what to add previously? Seriously, they didn’t open it wide, so they’ve had months to figure out the dvd and the cd release. These are supposed to be professionals working with a good studio. I’m glad they did the project and super excited that Paris was in it. That doesn’t mean that b/c I’m excited and I’m going to spend my $$$$ on it, that I should bow down to them and accept the “my dog ate my homework” excuses they’ve used from failing to open it wide, the blu-ray vs. dvd issues, the pushed back opening dates, or the wait awhile longer on the cd and other things.

Making a deadline is not asking a lot especially if you’ve missed others in the past