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Top Gun: Maverick Ost Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


Top Gun: Maverick (Music from the Motion Picture) is the soundtrack to the 2022 action film Top Gun: Maverick by Lorne Balfe, Harold Faltermeyer, Lady Gaga, and Hans Zimmer.[1][2] It consists of the film's score as well as two original songs, "Hold My Hand" by Gaga and "I Ain't Worried" by OneRepublic, which were released as singles prior to the album.[3][4] The soundtrack contains the song "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins, which was also featured in the first film.[5] The soundtrack was released on May 27, 2022, through Interscope Records through digital and physical formats.[6][7]




Top Gun: Maverick Ost | Original Motion Picture Soundtrack



By June 2017, Top Gun composer Harold Faltermeyer had returned to score for the sequel.[8][9] Later, in October 2018, Hans Zimmer joined Faltermeyer to score for the film,[1] accompanied by Lorne Balfe and Lady Gaga also joining the film later.[2] Zimmer produced a new original theme for the film that was featured in the February 2022 trailer, and was played by guitarist Johnny Marr. Marr claimed that the theme was "completely accidental"[10] and did not watch the preview of the film before scoring.[11] Speaking in an interview to Variety, Marr said "I think there was some issue with how the theme was sounding, and I was around and I have a guitar. It really was as simple as that."[11] Twenty One Pilots frontman Tyler Joseph said that their band was reported to feature in the soundtrack, before Tom Cruise ousted them. He revealed in an interview that "I was working with the music placement person for the new Top Gun on writing a new song for them, and then I believe Tom Cruise came in and just fired everyone," Tyler also noted, "It was actually pretty soon after they brought me in to show me parts of the movie and what they were looking for and stuff. Then I got word that there was like a wholesale swap."[12][13] Musician Kenny Loggins has confirmed that his song "Danger Zone", which was used in the first film, will be featured in the sequel.[5][14] "Great Balls of Fire", another song from the first film performed by Jerry Lee Lewis, was also featured in the sequel.[15] The song is performed by Miles Teller, who plays Lt. Bradley "Rooster" Bradshaw.[15]


The soundtrack to the 36-years-in-coming movie sequel Top Gun: Maverick teams up Top Gun (1986) composer Harold Faltermeyer with Hans Zimmer, Lorne Balfe, and Lady Gaga. They and a handful of others contribute in various incarnations to a rock-injected orchestral score based partly on the original film's anthem. With songwriting help from one of those others, Michael Tucker (aka BloodPop), Gaga also provides the new power ballad "Hold My Hand." The album's score tracks alternate with pop songs including the latter, a reprisal of Kenny Loggins' "Danger Zone," and a live-on-set performance of "Great Balls of Fire" by cast member Miles Teller. Other contributors to the soundtrack include OneRepublic, who offer up original song "I Ain't Worried," and Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr, who performs the movie's theme just a year after his appearance on the Bond theme "No Time to Die."


Interscope Records announces the release of Music From The Motion Picture Top Gun: Maverick out today, May 27th. Available at all digital retailers, as well as CD, the soundtrack is available now. A Target exclusive CD of the soundtrack includes an exclusive cover and poster. -artists-top-gun-maverick-soundtrack-target-exclusive-cd/-/A-86415827#lnk=sametab-


Top Gun: Maverick prominently features several new songs, including an original pop ballad from Lady Gaga, taking the Top Gun sequel's music to new heights while also evoking memories of songs from the first film. In bringing the character of Maverick to the 21st century, the Top Gun: Maverick soundtrack is a limited but fun mixture of new songs and popular oldies. The original movie even won an Oscar for one of its songs, and Lady Gaga's single matches that success with a new Top Gun song. Here are the songs used in the Top Gun: Maverick soundtrack and where they play in the film.


"Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins - Probably the best Top Gun song. In the Top Gun: Maverick soundtrack, the Top Gun song is played in a very similar context to how it was used in the original movie, although it is only played one time in the new film compared to the multiple times in the original. It plays as Maverick returns to the TOPGUN school, during a montage of Navy fighter jets landing on an aircraft carrier.


Interscope Records will release Music From The Motion Picture Top Gun: Maverick on all DSPs and in stores on May 27. Available at all digital retailers, as well CD, the soundtrack is available for pre-order now. Arriving as one of the most anticipated blockbusters of the year, Paramount Pictures will release the upcoming major motion picture Top Gun: Maverick in theaters nationwide the same day.Just yesterday, Lady Gaga revealed "Hold My Hand" as the first single. Produced by Gaga and BloodPop with additional production by Benjamin Rice, the soaring anthem received widespread critical acclaim right after its release. Billboard declares "Lady Gaga soars with "Hold My Hand," and Vanity Fair raved the song "catapults her [Gaga] into next year's Oscar race."The next song to be released from the soundtrack will be "I Ain't Worried" by GRAMMY nominated band OneRepublic. Produced by Ryan Tedder, Brent Kutzle, Simon Oscroft and Tyler Spry "I Ain't Worried" will be released on May 13.With a combination of classics from the original film, new music, and score, the album reflects Top Gun's past, present, and future all at once. It boasts instantly recognizable cuts such as the theme song "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins, while Top Gun: Maverick star Miles Teller recorded a show-stopping live rendition of "Great Balls of Fire" showcased in the film and included on the record. Plus, it features original score tracks by the movie's composers - Lorne Balfe, Harold Faltermeyer and Academy Award winners Lady Gaga and Hans Zimmer.Producer Jerry Bruckheimer added: "This album continues the musical legacy that the original Top Gun ignited back in 1986. We are so thrilled to have Lady Gaga and OneRepublic lend their artistry towards putting a modern spin on the already iconic and beloved soundtrack."Making waves already, Hold My Hand was written for the motion picture and is featured throughout the film. The motion picture version of "Hold My Hand" features additional production and score by Lorne Balfe and Academy Award-winner Hans Zimmer. It also marks Gaga's return to writing and producing original music for film, after the success of 2018's A Star is Born soundtrack that earned Gaga an Academy Award, four GRAMMYs, a BAFTA Award, a Golden Globe Award, and Critics' Choice Award.Related TitlesTop Gun: Maverick (2022)Related PeopleLorne BalfeHarold FaltermeyerLady GagaHans ZimmerRecent NewsMar 24Weekly Roundup: March 24Mar 24'A Good Person' Score and Compilation Soundtracks AnnouncedMar 17Weekly Roundup: March 17Mar 12Volker Bertelmann, M.M. Keeravani & Chandrabose Win Academy AwardsMar 10Weekly Roundup: March 10Mar 613th Guild of Music Supervisors Awards Winners AnnouncedMar 3Weekly Roundup: March 3Click for more newsNewsletterEnter your e-mail address to receive weekly soundtrack and film score news:


Iconic singer and actress Lady Gaga has just unveiled her newest music video. Featured on the soundtrack of the upcoming sequel Top Gun: Maverick and now available for preorder, Gaga's "Hold My Hand" pays tribute to the Top Gun films with its video, even showing Gaga wearing Tom Cruise's original jacket. You can watch the music video below.


The "Hold My Hand" video was directed by Joe Kosinski, the director of Top Gun: Maverick. It includes scenery that's used for the sequel along with emotional scenes from the original Top Gun. "Hold My Hand" made its debut this week via Interscope Records where it earned acclaim with talk of putting Gaga in contention for next year's Oscar race.


The single was written specifically for Maverick and is featured throughout the film. Lady Gaga produced the song with BloodPop, with additional production by Benjamin Rice. Its motion picture version featured in the film features additional production and score by Harold Faltermeyer and Academy Award winner Hans Zimmer. "Hold My Hand" also makes Gaga's return to writing and producing original music for film after the success of the soundtrack for 2018's A Star Is Born. That soundtrack earned Gaga an Oscar, four Grammys, a BAFTA Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a Critics' Choice Award.


Limited white colored vinyl LP pressing. Music From The Motion Picture Top Gun: Maverick features singles "Hold My Hand" by Lady Gaga and "I Ain't Worried" by OneRepublic. It boasts instantly recognizable cuts such as "Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins, while Miles Teller recorded a live rendition of "Great Balls of Fire." It features original score tracks by the movie's composers - Lorne Balfe, Harold Faltermeyer, and Academy Award-winners Lady Gaga and Hans Zimmer. The soundtrack continues the musical legacy Top Gun ignited back in 1986.


04 MAY 2022 (TORONTO, ON) - Interscope Records/Universal Music Canada, the country's leading music company will release Music From The Motion Picture Top Gun: Maverick on all DSPs and in stores on May 27. Available at all digital retailers, as well as CD, the soundtrack is available for pre-order now HERE. A Target exclusive CD of the soundtrack will include an exclusive cover and poster and is also available for pre-order now. Arriving as one of the most anticipated blockbusters of the year, Paramount Pictures will release the upcoming major motion picture Top Gun: Maverick in theaters nationwide the same day.


Music from the motion picture 'Top Gun: Maverick', featuring the singles 'Hold My Hand' by Lady Gaga and 'I Ain't Worried' by OneRepublic. With a combination of classics from the original film, new music, and score, the album reflects 'Top Gun''s past, present, and future all at once. It boasts instantly recognisable cuts such as the theme song 'Danger Zone' by Kenny Loggins, while 'Top Gun: Maverick' star Miles Teller recorded a show-stopping live rendition of 'Great Balls of Fire' showcased in the film and included on the record. Plus, it features original score tracks by the movie's composers - Lorne Balfe, Harold Faltermeyer and Academy Award winners Lady Gaga and Hans Zimmer. The Soundtrack seamlessly continues the musical legacy the original 'Top Gun' ignited back in 1986. 041b061a72


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