|7.||Cody To Duty||2:22|
|8.||Welcome To The CIA||0:45|
|16.||CIA Cleans House||2:33|
|21.||Banks, Cody Banks||1:01|
|22.||Break In Part 1||1:48|
|23.||Break In Part 2||7:15|
|27.||Cody Can't Help||1:06|
|28.||Jr. Jr. Secret Agent||3:02|
|34.||I'll Be Back||2:04|
|Total Album Time:||79:00|
From the Manufacturer
The 2003 MGM film Agent Cody Banks features composer John Powell at the musical helm of this CIA-trained high school secret agent with the cool bravado of a super spy and the angst of a teen boy who was trained to fight but not to talk to a girl.
No stranger to the world of intrigue, the composer who adorned the Bourne films with rhythmic action created a score capturing Cody's blend of assured physical moves and absolute verbal awkwardness. It required a musical personality that resonated from a stalwart hero theme to punchy jazz riffs, gripping doomsday-countdown suspense and a lushly assured melody for the fashionably sinister ERIS. Agent Cody Banks is far more than a retro Bond pastiche however, especially when it comes to playing a character caught between the CIA and civilian worlds, and a gawky-looking kid who isn't nearly the ladykiller he's cracked up to be. Subsequently, Powell mirrors every "serious" theme with a humorous counterpart, thus reflecting the two sides of Cody Banks. His teen-awkward "hero" melody is propelled by a finger-snapping groove.
At the time of the film's release, a CD sported just two score cuts amongst a barrage of vocals. Some twelve years later, Intrada unleashes a CD packed-to-the-limits of playing time featuring the complete score.
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