Paul Haslinger

Paul Haslinger

Also known as Haslinger, Haslinger Paul, P. Haslinger, P.Haslinger, Paul Hasling
This performer (group) in the Internet:,

Discography of Paul Haslinger:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Score 12 Audio 1999 RGB Records (US)
2 World Without Rules 11 Audio 1996 RGB Records (US)
3 Future Primitive 12 Audio 1994 Wildcat Recording Corporation
4 Planetary Traveler 12 Audio 1998 Third Planet Entertainment
5 Underworld - Original Score 19 Audio 2003 Edel Records
6 Sleeper Cell: American Terror (Music From The Showtime Original Miniseries) 20 Audio 2007-02-00 Lakeshore Records
7 Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans - Original Score 11 Audio 2009 Lakeshore Records
8 Death Race (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 19 Audio 2008 Intrada
9 Future Primitive 12 Audio 1994 Wildcat!
10 Shoot 'Em Up 22 Audio 2007 Geneon
11 Underworld: Awakening (Original Motion Picture Score) 25 Audio 2012 Lakeshore Records
12 Shoot 'Em Up 22 Audio 2007 Varèse Sarabande
13 Takers (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 20 Audio 2010 Madison Gate Records
14 Score 12 Audio Music Land Records (2)

Paul Haslinger (b. 11 December 1962) is an Austrian-born composer and musician currently based in Los Angeles, California.

After studying classical music in Vienna, Austria, Haslinger joined the German electronic music group, [a=Tangerine Dream] in 1986. During the following 5 years he recorded a total of 15 albums with the group, participated in 4 international tours and collaborated on a number of soundtracks, including Miracle Mile, Near Dark, and Shy People. The soundtrack album for the Miramar release Canyon Dreams, earned Haslinger his first Grammy nomination in 1991. Haslinger decided to leave the group and move to Los Angeles in 1992.

In 1998, he was asked to join the team around film composer [a=Graeme Revell], working as a programmer and arranger for projects such as Chinese Box, The Negotiator, The Siege, Pitch Black, Blow and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider. It was during this time that Haslinger decided to redirect his creative effort towards film scoring specifically and music-to-picture applications in general.

Comments about Paul Haslinger: