The soundtrack for The Longneck Goodbye is comprised of music written and produced by Brunon Lubas and Mark Radice.
Brunon Lubas is a composer and sound designer. He has released 5 LP albums, one of which was awarded album of the year in his native Poland.
Lubas carries a sterling reputation as an interpreter for the musically illiterate. Even a half-baked concept pitched then channeled through Brunon arrives as an inspired collaboration between voices.
Mark Radice wrote the original song "I Liked You Better" for the The Longneck Goodbye.
As a writer for EMI Publishing he collaborated with artists such as Michael Bolton, Eddie Money, Dave Edmunds, Barbra Streisand, Barry Manilow, Cheap Trick, Aldo Nova, Deodato, Phyllis Hyman, Gene Simmons, and The Muppets. He toured with Aerosmith playing keyboards and performing backing vocals in 1978.