NEWS 2007: Behavior scored the latest Tom Clancy Splinter Cell game, "Splinter Cell: Double Agent" for the Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii. The hugely popular game was released in October 2006 and will be out for the PS3 in March 2007. Check out all the soundtrack info at www.behaviormusic.com
We will also have a Myspace page up around the middle of February 2007. www.myspace.com/behaviormusic
NEWS: March 2006 - CLAP! SHAKE! JUMP! by Behavior, featuring Andrea Revel, is being used in the Spring Ads for Old Navy - watch for it across the U.S. and Canada - on tv (during American Idol, etc.), radio, all over. The track will be available for purchase in April, but a 2 minute version of the track, plus the Old Navy ad can be found here:
Behavior is one of several projects fronted by
producer/composer Michael A. McCann. The debut LP,
"The Story of the Mechanical Man" (2001) is a sonic
tour de force which showcases a full range of
electronic music. From jazz-fusion to trip-hop and
trance, the album is a rich mélange of sounds,
textures and moods. "The Story of the Mechanical Man"
represents a dynamic fusion of analog and digital,
electric and acoustic, human and mechanical. The
result of Behavior's experimentation is a complex and
unique musical experience.
Behavior's frontman Michael McCann wrote
and produced "The Story of the Mechanical Man" as a
concept album. The LP features several collaborations
with Andrea Revel and samples from the Cowboy Junkies
and David Axelrod. In addition to fronting Behavior,
McCann is also a composer, sound-designer and music editor for film, tv and games. His work has resulted in numerous awards including 2 Genie nominations (for It's All Gone Pete Tong Tong), a "Best Original Score" nomination from the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences (for Splinter Cell: Double Agent), and an IGN "Best Original Score of 2006" award for Double Agent as well.
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