Summer 2017 Heats up for Smash Mob!

Along with the release of Smash Mob's Take Me For Your Ride (original and the PURE MICHIGAN version), we are hard at work on singles we have created with several different artists.  The new singles include Hip hop, EDM and a kind of Moombahton/Jazzy/Trap song.  Not to mention we are updating a classic (late 70's) TV show theme song just in time for the movie version becoming one of the biggest successes of the summer!  Yeah, it's a secret but you'll find out what it is soon!  We are about to begin post production on the amazing music video for You Can Run featuring Stephen Bannon in a Westworld themed music video that was shot on location a the ghost town in Calico, CA.  We have also finished work on a 1980's themed album for a great library as well as 6 cutting edge EDM tracks for a hard working music library that places music on some of the most popular reality shows on the tube!

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  • Del

    Del New Jersey

    No masters for "Wonder Woman"? A 3 disc set of the "Wonder Woman" series soundtrack in stereo was released in May on La-La Land Records under license from Warner from 3 track masters including all original versions of the theme in stereo. 2 versions were released directly by Warner on their Water Tower label. Your "remix" is using the orginal single version billed as The New World Symphony. The lead vocals were sung by John Bähler on all original versions.

    No masters for "Wonder Woman"?
    A 3 disc set of the "Wonder Woman" series soundtrack in stereo was released in May on La-La Land Records under license from Warner from 3 track masters including all original versions of the theme in stereo. 2 versions were released directly by Warner on their Water Tower label.
    Your "remix" is using the orginal single version billed as The New World Symphony. The lead vocals were sung by John Bähler on all original versions.

  • Smash Mob

    Smash Mob

    Del - thanks for your interest but the information in your post is not correct. The soundtrack released by La-La land is a different recording (if you listen to both you can hear it is a different arrangement, in fact, there is a bit of a swing to it and the version we worked with is all "4 on the floor"). The recording you refer to did use the same singer and many of the same musicians, but it was not the original theme. Warner never released the single that we remixed. We personally contacted John Bähler this morning to confirm this information. We also previously communicated with Charles Fox who produced the original sessions and he concurred with this information. I can understand your confusion as there were different versions for nearly every season as well as "sound alikes" that were recorded by small labels (which most of the releases you are referring to used) using many if not all of the same singers and musicians. Our remix was based on the authentic theme song and single from the second season, released only on Shady Brook Records, never on Warners. If you do a search "wonder woman new world symphony" you will see the label on the record that we had to conform to (legal licensing stuff) the labeling of. We have asked John Bähler to confirm the names of the female singers and we will be adding those credits. I did a screen capture but this software doesn't allow me to add an image. Here is a link to the original record from which that master (the one we remixed) was licensed. http://www.45cat.com/record/nc390114us

    Del - thanks for your interest but the information in your post is not correct. The soundtrack released by La-La land is a different recording (if you listen to both you can hear it is a different arrangement, in fact, there is a bit of a swing to it and the version we worked with is all "4 on the floor"). The recording you refer to did use the same singer and many of the same musicians, but it was not the original theme. Warner never released the single that we remixed. We personally contacted John Bähler this morning to confirm this information. We also previously communicated with Charles Fox who produced the original sessions and he concurred with this information. I can understand your confusion as there were different versions for nearly every season as well as "sound alikes" that were recorded by small labels (which most of the releases you are referring to used) using many if not all of the same singers and musicians. Our remix was based on the authentic theme song and single from the second season, released only on Shady Brook Records, never on Warners. If you do a search "wonder woman new world symphony" you will see the label on the record that we had to conform to (legal licensing stuff) the labeling of. We have asked John Bähler to confirm the names of the female singers and we will be adding those credits. I did a screen capture but this software doesn't allow me to add an image. Here is a link to the original record from which that master (the one we remixed) was licensed. http://www.45cat.com/record/nc390114us

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