Transformers Animated The Score now available UPDATE
Saturday, December 19th, 2009 12:32AM CSTCategories: Cartoon News, Media
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Sebastian T. Evans II, background music composer for the series, has posted 29 selections from all three seasons of the short lived Transformers series on his website LastBastianMusic.com. Title's such as "More than meets the eye", "Pimp Bot" and "Robo Boogie" will have you reliving your favorite scenes of the cartoon.
Check them out by clicking here.
Due to alleged illegal downloads of the music files from Mr. Evans site, he was forced to remove the Score from availability. He wishes to send sincere apologies to all the fans who were unable to hear the music and is very thankful of the large response it has gotten.
No information on whether or not the Score will be available in the future.
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MYoung23 wrote:Ok, with this out can we get the G-1 score and incidental music?
Thats been avaiable in japan for a very long time