Music Composed by Henry Jackman & Matthew Margeson
Additional Musical Arrangements: Dominic Lewis, Jason Soudah & Alex Belcher Supervising Music Editor: Jack Dolman Music Editor: Catherine Wilson Score Mixed by Al Clay Score Recorded by Nick Wollage Additional Recording by Jake Jackson Orchestra Contracted by Isobel Griffiths Assistant Orchestra Contractor: Lucy Whalley Score Conducted by Gavin Greenaway Orchestrator: Stephen Coleman Additional Orchestrations: Andrew Kinney Score Technical Engineers: Trevor Black, Victor Chaga, Antonio Andrade & Vivian Aguiar-Buff Recording Assistant: Chris Barrett Score Mix Assistant: Alvin Wee Orchestration Assistant: Ram Khatabakhsh Score Copyist: Jill Streater Music Production Services: Steve Kofsky & Tammy Saunt Score Recorded at Air Studios, Lyndhurst & Abbey Road Studios Score Mixed at Westside Pacific Studios Music Supervisor: Ian Neil
Soundtrack Album Produced by Henry Jackman, Matthew Margeson, Dan Goldwasser & MV Gerhard Executive Producer for La-La Land Records: Matt Verboys Album Mastered by Gavin Lurssen at Lurssen Mastering
Henry & Matthew would like to thank Matthew Vaughn, David Reid, Adam Bohling, Eddie Hamilton, Ian Neil, Iain Mackenzie, Kate Johnston, Mark Millar, Isobel Griffiths, Lucy Whalley, Gavin Greenaway, Stephen Coleman, Jill Streater, Nick Wollage, Chris Barrett, Al Clay, Alison Burton, Colette Barber, Peach Kazen, MV Gerhard, Matt Verboys, Dan Goldwasser, Chris Bleth, Andrew Synowiec, Jack Dolman, Catherine Wilson, Dom Lewis, Jason Soudah, Alex Belcher, Everton Nelson, Amos Newman, Bradley Rainey, Tammy Saunt, Victor Chaga, Trevor Black, Antonio Andrade, Matthew Justmann, Vivian Aguiar-Buff, Alvin Wee, Danielle Diego, Rebecca Morellato, Anton Monsted, Steve Kofsky & Hans Zimmer
Special thanks from Henry Jackman Matthew Margeson, Victoria De La Vega, Ellie, Ralph, Becca & Mum
Special thanks from Matthew Margeson Henry Jackman, Christi Horling, Amanda Margeson, Mamma & Pappa Margeson, Owen Margeson & Lisa Margeson
La-La Land Records would like to thank Tammy Saunt, Matthew Margeson, NeilS. Bulk, Frank K. DeWald, Jordan Carroll, Lauren Caruso, Tom Cavanaugh, Danielle, Ellen Ginsburg, Robert Kane, Cathy Merenda, Anton Monsted, Rebecca Morellato, Jo Ann Orgel & Jessie Roberts
Release date : 02/17/2015
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Thanks! A shame it doesn't clarify the nature of Jackman and Margeson's collaboration better, but it's nice to know what Dom Lewis did at any rate. He's a really good composer, often seems to contribute to some of the best moments of whichever score he's working on at the time (Cap 2).
Did you use actual cuesheets or infos from the ASCAP database?
Now THIS is the score "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" should've been.
No way !
CATWS is one of my 2 fav' scores from 2014, it shouldn't have been any different !!
Hybrid, did someone hack your computer??
I certainly hope so. *shudders*
Anyways, yeah, this score sounds fun from what I've heard of it, but the style is all wrong for Winter Soldier. Not saying that score is good - it's dreadful for the most part - but this cool Bond/RC hybrid sound wouldn't have worked at all in that movie.
i agree. Cap 2 is one of my most listened to scores of 2014
Edmund, what I meant by that was that Captain America: The Winter Soldier should've been an epic, heavily-orchestral, fun-filled awesomefest that this score is showing us right now.
Thanks meta, I've stopped counting how many times I've listened to it... :)
Hybrid, what do you find so good and enjoyable in this score? I've struggled to hear it once entirely, and during the movie it did me absolutely nothing, just a serviceable but random background music... So I never played it again.
I think TASM2 is way more enjoyable when it comes to fun electronic music for superheroes...
Well first of all I love the film, it's one of the best Marvels with Iron Man 1 & Thor 1...
When I first heard the OST I was like "Wait, what ??!", then I saw the film... :)
Then, as a kid from the 90s I love the constant influence of dance/electronica from the 90s on Jackman (in the Cap suite). Love the Cap main theme, and there's a great balance between pure orchestral madness by Dom Lewis & electro action by Margeson. The Winter Soldier I find the theme pretty impressive with the character, and it's actually a "theme", not ambient, just great electronica (and Dom Lewis' voiced sampled lol). The film also has a big influence (no idea if it's direct, indirect or totally unwanted lol) from the Metal Gear Solid saga, and the Hydra theme (choir & all) has also an influence (coincidence ?) from some of HGW's cues from Metal Gear Solid 2 (which I love :)).
And those who wanted CA 2 to be "traditional", well I think there's quite enough of that in the score (check the amazing Dom Lewis End Credits arrangement of the main theme, John Williams' style lol).
There's nothing wrong I can say against this score. Then, it's my taste, works for me... That's all... :)
I really hope a complete score emerges for that one soon. There seemed to be a lot more good stuff in the film than made the album, which was apparently designed to showcase as much of the unappealing music as humanly possible. I feel like I can't really fairly judge the score yet.
However - SPOILERS - I think the Winter Soldier theme is terrible. Besides making me want to claw my ears off for the most part, it's a totally inappropriate "Why So Serious?" wannabe forced onto a completely different character. The Winter Soldier isn't an agent of chaos, he's a good person who's been mutilated into a weapon for evil, and the theme seems to only acknowledge that latter half of his character. The mid-credits stinger in particular was ridiculously mis-scored - that was a moment of Bucky regaining his humanity, why did they layer that Godawful screech over it?!?
The new theme is OK, but unnecessary. Silvestri's - twisted into darker, less WWII-ish variations, of course - would have done a much better job. The rest of the score on album is third-rate by-the-numbers RC action and suspense that could have been in anything. Some of it, eg "Fury", represents pretty much the worst that RC can get IMO.
What's frustrating about this score is that at times you can clearly hear Jackman's talent peeking out and when it's in its good moments, it's really quite good. It's just that when it's in its bad moments, it's really, REALLY bad, and there's way more bad moments than good moments on that album. Like I said, I'd love to hear a complete for this one.
Yeah I can't wait for this movie and score! Matt Vaughn is an incredible director, and the music in his movies has been consistently cool (Kick-Ass, what a crazy score...) so I think we're in for a fantastic ride!