Release Date: April 1, 2014
Conducted by Gavin Greenaway
|4.||An Old Friend||3:05|
|6.||The Winter Soldier||6:24|
|9.||Taking a Stand||2:07|
|10.||Frozen in Time||3:52|
|14.||Time to Suit Up||2:05|
|15.||Into the Fray||6:05|
|17.||End of the Line||2:51|
|19.||It's Been a Long, Long Time (Harry James and His Orchestra)||3:24|
|20.||Trouble Man (Marvin Gaye)||3:48|
|Total Album Time:||74:37|
For the new Marvel entry, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, composer Henry Jackman takes over the helm from Alan Silvestri to provide a modern, thundering new score. Just as Steve Rogers struggles to find his place in a modern world, the score ramps up with modern sensibilities and joins Rogers as he leaves behind memories of the '40s world and deals with a new and more menacing enemy. Jackman's goal was to create a score that fused the symphonic, heroic and thematic into one coherent work, while also creating something dark for the Winter Soldier, himself. Capturing the essence of not only a superhero story but also a dark political thriller, Jackman's score modernizes and darkens Captain America's world.
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