I'm actually really surprised how much I enjoyed this score by Mothersbaugh but more surprised there isn't a release for the music. It's dynamic, beautifully orchestrated and plain fun. Film was better than I expected it to be as well.
Thanks for the head-up. Will check it out. Was pleasantly surprised by Mothersbaugh's scores for Cloudy and Safe as well.
(Of course, wherever there's success there are people quick to attack it. As with Arnold and Lockington, there are people who like to say that Mothersbaugh isn't actually the composer his credits say he is and that his orchestrator James Sale is responsible for all the heavy lifting. )