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Title - 'Batman: Gotham Knight' (La-La Land Records)
Artist - Christopher Drake, Robert J. Kral, Kevin Manthei

La-La Land Records now gives us the original score soundtrack to the all new feature DVD film from DC Universe and Warner Bros. Animation, 'BATMAN GOTHAM KNIGHT.' This thrilling anime-inspired film consists of six spellbinding tales from diverse creators, including BATMAN BEGINS screenwriter David S. Goyer, that are directed by some of Japanís most acclaimed anime filmmakers.

Composers Christopher Drake (HELLBOY ANIMATED FEATURES), Robert J. Kral, (SUPERMAN: DOOMSDAY, ANGEL) and Kevin Manthei (JUSTICE LEAGUE: NEW FRONTIER) bring these complex stories to life with a thrilling, emotionally-charged score that probes the depths of BATMANíS tortured soul.

Each composer takes turns here to tell the tale of the Dark One. Christopher Drake kicks the whole package off with his set entitled 'HAVE I GOT A STORY FOR YOU.' Next up is 'CROSSFIRE' from Kevin Manthei, and after just two tracks @ five mins each comes 'FIELD TEST' from Robert J. Kral.

'IN DARKNESS DWELLS' brings back to us Christopher Drake, who after five musical interludes is replaced by Kevin Manthei and his selection entitled 'WORKING THROUGH PAIN.' Robert J. Kral's 'DEADSHOT' is quickly up and over way too quickly before the 'BATMAN GOTHAM KNIGHT End Credits run their mazy way to the musical finish line. (63:10)





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