Music Producer | Producer Johnny Depp
- 1999 Chuck E. Weiss: Devil With Blue Suede Shoes (song)
- 1999 Iggy Pop: Hollywood Affair (song)
- 2003 Once Upon A Time In Mexico Soundtrack: Sands Theme (Song)
- 2006 Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys (album)
- 2008 Gonzo: The Life And Work Of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson - Music From The Movies (album)
- 2011 The Rum Diary - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Album)
- 2012 More Music From The Rum Diary (album)
- 2012 Marilyn Manson: You're So Vain (song)
- 2013 Son Of Rogues Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys (album)
Chuck E. Weiss Extremely Cool
Release February 2, 1999 (U.S.) and March 25, 1999 (Japan) with bonus tracks; Johnny is the executive producer for Devil With Blue Suede Shoes.
Iggy Pop: Hollywood Affair
Played by Johnny Depp, from the Japanese album, Avenue B (and the individual Corruption and the CD Hollywood Goes Wild). Release dates 1999-2001.
Once Upon A Time In Mexico Soundtrack: Sands Theme
Release September 9, 2004. Manufacturer (with Bill Carter, Bruce Witkin, Ruth Ellsworth)
Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys
Release August 22, 2006. Executive producer (with Gore Verbinski).
The Sydney Sunday Telegraph and The Australian said that the release of a sequel to Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys of 2006 was set for 2010, with the participation of the old Johnny. Others have said that he also attended Tom Waits, Shane MacGowan and Keith Richards. However, we missed the exit in 2010, and there have been no more news. Instead, in July 2011 a group homonym album Rogue's Gallery was released by Tim Robbins, produced by Hal Willner. Now it seems that rather than make a sequel album with various artists (Johnny would have been one of them), Willner has focused on material Robbins.
Gonzo: The Life And Work Of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson - Music From The Film
Release November 18, 2008. Executive producer (with Douglas Brinkley) (and also the song Liner Notes and Narration).
The Rum Diary - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Released in digital form October 19, 2011 and December 20, 2011 on CD. The album won the International Film Music Critics Association Award for best original score for a comedy film.
Johnny is Executive Producer (Along with Bruce Robinson)
"Courtesy of Infinitum Nihil" (The Mermaid Song (Instrumental), What About El Monstruo?, Roll Out The Roosters, Kemp In The Village)
Johnny is also a musician (The Mermaid Song (Instrumental); Kemp In The Village) and Composer (Kemp In The Village).
More Music From The Rum Diary
Released in digital form March 6, 2012 and March 27, 2012 on CD.
Johnny and Executive Producer (along with Bruce Robinson)
"Courtesy of Infinitum Nihil" (The Mermaid Song (Strings Version)
Marilyn Manson: You're So Vain
The album Born Villain, containing the track You're so going was released May 1, 2012.
Johnny is roduttore with Bruce Witkin and Marilyn Manson
Son of Rogue's Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and Chanteys
Executive Producer with Gore Verbinski. Exit February 19, 2013 (album by Hal Willner). Second double collection (the first in 2006) of traditional songs and seafaring pirates that includes thirty-six episodes interpreted among some of the most important figures in the music and film world. In the compilations are the likes of: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and features Chanteys Tom Waits, Keith Richards, Iggy Pop, Nick Cave, Patti Smith, Sean Lennon and Frank Zappa, among others.