THE SCHOOL FOR GOOD AND EVIL
SOUNDTRACK FROM THE NETFLIX FILM
INCLUDING ORIGINAL SONG
“WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE”
BY KIANA LEDÈ & CAUTIOUS CLAY
ON MAJOR DIGITAL PLATFORMS
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(October 14, 2022 – Los Angeles, CA) – Netflix is excited to announce the release of The School for Good and Evil (Soundtrack From the Netflix Film) with music by Theodore Shapiro. The 23-track album releases today, October 14, in both standard audio and Dolby Atmos on major digital platforms, including the original song “Who Do You Think You Are” written by Kiana Ledè & Cautious Clay, which sonically encapsulates the dichotomy between the two sides, Good and Evil.
The original score by Shapiro perfectly matches the magical, whimsical, and sweeping world of The School for Good and Evil.
“The world of The School For Good And Evil is incredibly rich, drawing visually on everything from ancient myths to modern couture. The score for the film follows this lead, combining medieval sounds like recorders and frame drums with Baroque harpsichords, an epically sized orchestra, and modern beats and programming. My mantra was: cinematic and epic, but never forgetting a pop sensibility,” says Shapiro.
ABOUT THE FILM
Best friends Sophie and Agatha find themselves on opposing sides of an epic battle when they’re swept away into an enchanted school where aspiring heroes and villains are trained to protect the balance between Good and Evil. Based on the epic international best-selling series “The School for Good and Evil” by Soman Chainani, the film releases globally on Netflix on Wednesday, October 19.
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The School for Good and Evil (Soundtrack From the Netflix Film)
Family Duel and Sophie’s Dream Waltz (5:46)
Everything’s Just Fine (2:52)
The Stymph (3:02)
Smells Like Cake (1:01)
Good and Evil Orientation (2:06)
Tedros And The Everboys (1:07)
Cyclops Fight (3:14)
Tower of Blood (1:59)
Gregor’s Third Fail (2:31)
Hester And The Dragon Tattoo (5:16)
Wish Fish (6:31)
Trial By Tale (3:09)
The Pumpkin Patch (2:38)
The Ever Ball (4:23)
Turned To Dolls (1:39)
The Witches’ Transformation (2:29)
Things In Between (1:00)
Never After (6:48)
Cloud Of Feathers (3:42)
True Love (2:59)
Going Home (3:17)
Who Do You Think You Are (from the Netflix Film “The School For Good And Evil”)* (3:30)
*By Kiana Ledè & Cautious Clay
ABOUT THEODORE SHAPIRO
For more than two decades, Shapiro has been solving cinematic puzzles both light and dark. He scored some of Hollywood’s classic comedies—including Idiocracy, Old School, Tropic Thunder, and Dodgeball—with regular collaborators such as Paul Feig, Todd Phillips, and Jay Roach. He’s also cracked the code of political dramas (the Emmy-nominated Game Change, Trumbo), adventures both animated (Spies in Disguise), and unconventional (The Secret Life of Walter Mitty), as well as sexy, stylish mysteries (A Simple Favor).
Shapiro is like a character actor, putting on different musical costumes and adopting accents to disappear into roles much like Jessica Chastain in The Eyes of Tammy Faye, which he scored with rays of churchy sunshine that belied hidden sadness—or like the women of Fox News in Bombshell, a score that weaponized female vocals to tell the story of their revolt.
His latest Emmy-winning score is the hypnotic mystery inside Severance, the Apple TV+ series helmed by Ben Stiller. The score travels an infinitely looping staircase of chords as Adam Scott’s hapless office worker, whose work-life brain has been “severed” from his home-life self, looks for answers.