In a shocking display of unethical behavior, the Lunch Ladies attempted to take credit for composer, Antoni M. March and band, Fire The Animal's best soundtrack win from Barcelona's Cryptshow Festival.
The Lunch Ladies have been deported.
It happened last weekend when the film screened at the horror fest. There, the ladies made fools of themselves trying to speak Catalan using Google Translate while selling "delicious" homemade pot pies to viewers.
Amazingly, this still did not deter Cryptshow's Jury from awarding the film's incredible score - penned by March and the kick a*s rock song by Fire the Animal - best soundtrack.
Upon hearing the news, the Lunch Ladies stole March's and Fire The Animal's thunder by bragging in bad Spanish to everyone they saw that they were responsible for the music. The absurdity of the claim is astounding as everyone knows the ladies are tone deaf AF.
Cryptshow programmers were forced to call the US Embassy and soon after the ladies were deported, embarrassing not only themselves but America.
Special thanks to the following who also helped to bring the score to life: Federico Jusid, music producer, Maria Ulled Production Manager, Alvaro Galindo MIDI programmer and Music Prep, The Budapest Art Orchestra, Peter Ilenyi Conductor, Gabor Buczko Sound Engineer, Miklos Lukacs Recording Producer, East Connection Music Recording Co., Manuel Pajaro Pro Tools Sound Editor and Julian Slater Score Mixer.
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At age 7, Antoni M. March won his first prize for a composition. At 14, he wrote and copyrighted an opera for symphony orchestra, choir and vocal soloists. Today he is one of the youngest composers to have conducted and recorded his own music with a 67-piece symphony orchestra at the Eastwood Scoring Stage/Warner Bros. Studios. A recent graduate of the Royal Conservatory of Madrid, Antoni has composed over seventy works with more than thirty of them performed in major cities across the world.
Fire The Animal or F.T.A to the locals, consists of David, Jason, Brian and Sam who conjure up vibes from bellbottomed decades past while adding a reckless touch of youth to create a sound which is wholly their own. Named as one of LA’s Top 100 Live Bands by Music Connection Magazine. "Bury My Body" was the song used in the film.
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*The Lunch Ladies could not be reached for comment but have continued to Tweet their thanks to the festival for winning what they are still shamelessly calling “their” award.