Zoë Poledouris-Roché & Angel Roché Jr. featuring The Willard Elementary School “Rising Stars” Chorus
Tara Strong, Jeremy Guskin, Jess Harnell, David Kaye and Rosie Perez
Zoë Poledouris-Roché, Angel Roché Jr. and Gabrial McNair
February, 01st 2017
The Hero of Color City album description:Animation movie, very children's, very exciting for kids under the age of 8 years at most, when they are very worried about the sorts of stories that are childish and cute. And it is not related in any way to reality. Because in the real, adult world, such events just cannot take place – the animated crayons, who want to stop under-colored drawing, so it does not build a dam on a mountain waterfall of colored streams, from where heroes of the kingdom receive their colors, in which world they exist somehow. All the intricacies of the plot will crash on the coasts of the harsh reality on their first turn.
Music is very well matched for everything that happens on the screen – like a cartoon characters, it is not so very alive either. The collection mainly consists of compositions of classical genre, which cause little emotion, if you are over 10 years old. Color The World, Gentle Blushing Flower / I Was Used Today and You're Not Monsters – all these are of classic genre, or, with a big stretch, of pop, in which there is a little what to listen. Ear has to catch a little of that – all the songs in the vast majority are instrumental classic, but not memorable.
The entire collection was done by two persons – Zoë Poledouris and Angel Roché Jr. Whether they are novices in their work, or just not very much inputted the soul – who knows. But it turned out not so decent and not very active, shapeless heap of dissimilar sounds. Assessing its overall quality, based on the experiences and emotions that remain, we will give the collection 4 out of 10. Everyone can appreciate its sound, and feelings that are provided by it, themself – iTunes helps you with this. Reference: Find 'The Hero of Color City' movie on IMDb and Wikipedia