Some thoughts on “Edge of Tomorrow,” which is totally fucking boss.

Some thoughts on “Edge of Tomorrow,” which is totally fucking boss.

"Don’t Stop Believin’ was part of “Rock of Ages” before “Glee,” but “Glee” was so massive I had to figure out a way to recreate it again. To do it totally different from “Glee.” That was … challenging. It’s a great version. I wanted it to feel more cinematic. The strings drove it more than the piano. We made it more of duet than even the “Glee” version. I’ve now put a clause in my contract where I can produce any song for you, except Don’t Stop Believin.’ I’m tapped out."

"Rock of Ages" executive music producer Adam Anders breaks down the film’s soundtrack, track by hair-sprayed track.