Harry’s Law Theme Song


Some interesting tidbits of information here.

First, the opening theme song.

Sounds cool, right? But it is way too short—especially considering this is a David E. Kelley creation.

Now, original music for Harry’s Law is credited to the Transcenders. We encountered them earlier from the Gossip Girl theme, so just to recap, they are a music production team based in Los Angeles. It is not yet officially written—that they created the main title—not even on their official site, but I would not bet on anyone else.

Back then I knew they made great music—I mentioned they co-wrote “Let’s Get It Started” by The Black Eyed Peas—but I didn’t know they were the founding members of The Black Eyed Peas! Yes, Terence Yoshiaki, Brian Lapin and Mike Fratantuno (collaboratively the Transcenders), could have been will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo. And these faces would have been the ones on album sleeves (and everywhere).

So, there you go. Just to recap, rockin’ theme song for Harry’s Law but we want more (or just maybe an album/full version). And, still untitled and unreleased (commercially) for now.

Gossip Girl Theme Song

Despite what you had already searched for, the theme song for Gossip Girl is not Aqualung’s “Something To Believe In.” That song is just used in promotions. In this blog, we always consider that which is played during the opening credits, and in Gossip Girl, the opening credits is the part where Gossip Girls says:

(where has she been, Serena?) and who am I? That’s one secret I’ll never tell. You know you love me.

Theme music for Gossip Girl was done by The Transcenders. They are an American music production team. They have been credited (and partly credited) for songs such as the Black Eyed Peas’ “Let’s Get it Started” and original scoring for films like Bring It On and John Tucker Must Die.

Some of the people behind The Transcenders are Terence Yoshiaki, Brian Lapin and Mike Fratantuno.

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