FAITH NO MORE bassist Billy Gould scored the soundtrack to the a comic-book documentary titled "The Sequential Art", which is currently looking for distribution. The film features Will Eisner, Judd Winick and Sam Kieth, to name a few.Commented writer/director Espen J. Jörgensen: "It took about a month to make it — the title sequence, that is. Billy Gould and I worked on the song longer than that. I'm not going to take credit for his work, though, but it was an exciting collaboration. "I tend to do things the hard way, so that meant doing the title sequence in one shot, no editing, which means that it's a tough one to nail — timing and all. I wish I had more time to do it, though, but I've pushed myself to finish this film — it's been in production for way too many years. "I was lucky to work with a lot of talented people on the production of the film. It was only me and the animator, Sem Steinmo, who did the title sequence, but the artist on 'Losers', Jock, was kind and borrowed me some painted art, which you can see 'double exposed' in the background there. Jock also worked on 'Batman Begins' and the upcoming Judge Dredd film — a talent, to put it mildly."
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