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Captain Marvel
(2019)
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Composed by:
Pinar Toprak

Co-Orchestrated and Conducted by:
John Ashton Thomas

Co-Orchestrated by:
Geoff Lawson
Andrew Kinney

Produced by:
Kevin Feige
Ryan Fleck
Anna Boden
Dave Jordan
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Hollywood Records
(March 8th, 2019)
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Commercial download release only, with high-resolution option.
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Buy it... if you appreciate consistently competent and occasionally impressive superhero action music, Pinar Toprak's entry into the genre offering everything the film needs but little more.

Avoid it... if you demand a memorable personality to your superhero music that transcends the sonic wallpaper mode that so often defines the genre, for this score is ambitiously rendered but surprisingly forgettable.
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FILMTRACKS TRAFFIC RANK: #1,922
WRITTEN 4/20/19
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Captain Marvel: (Pinar Toprak) Discussions about gender equality were destined to permeate the production and release of 2019's Captain Marvel, the 21st entry of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and easy recipient of over a billion dollars in worldwide grosses. While the DC Comics adaptations to screen had already broken the glass ceiling, the Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel character awaited its debut until later in the ballgame, Disney certain to employ a fair number of women in prominent crew positions to satiate inevitable demand from progressive audiences. The topic of the film involves the Danvers backstory as means of introducing the character to the ensemble "Avengers" features to follow, and in eye-rolling, stereotypical fashion, there are once again warring races out there in the universe that somehow end up conveniently involving Earth. In this case, Danvers is an American fighter pilot whose DNA is (also conveniently) altered by a mishap involving alien technology, giving her superhuman strength, flight, and various other capabilities that would impress your average Jedi Knight. Her story arc places her in the ongoing battle between species off-planet, though the franchise expectedly allows her an avenue for return to Earth. The highlight of the movie is, in some ways, the extensive de-aging of actor Samuel L. Jackson, who appears as a younger Nick Fury throughout. The detraction, for some viewers, is the politically correct revision of the titular character so that she is not only shaped like an underwear model rather than a hypermuscular heroine (Wonder Woman already insulted viewers with this error) but she also shows very little skin. The soundtrack for Captain Marvel is anchored by an array of songs from the 1990's, the era of the story's Earthbound action. In between these placements is about 100 minutes of score by Turkish-born but Los Angeles-based composer Pinar Toprak. The directors of Captain Marvel insisted that Toprak was not hired simply because of her gender, an audition process yielding over a hundred composers including both men and women. But Toprak took it upon herself to really push her candidacy for the assignment, recording seven minutes of demo music with a full orchestra specifically for the directors and including a video of her talking about what the character meant to her.



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Why is there no CD?
Devin Baker - April 20, 2019, at 9:01 p.m.
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TRACK LISTINGS
Total Time: 67:27
• 1. Captain Marvel (2:15)
• 2. Waking Up (1:29)
• 3. Boarding the Train (1:30)
• 4. Why Do You Fight? (1:14)
• 5. Let's Bring Him Home (1:39)
• 6. Entering Enemy Territory (3:33)
• 7. Breaking Free (5:24)
• 8. Hot Pursuit (4:35)
• 9. Lost the Target (2:10)
• 10. Lifting Fingerprints (1:32)
• 11. Finding the Records (5:20)
• 12. Escaping the Basement (4:23)
• 13. Photos of Us (1:56)
• 14. Learning the Truth (3:16)
• 15. New Clothes (1:04)
• 16. Space Turbulence (2:58)
• 17. High Score (2:35)
• 18. Interrupting Something? (1:30)
• 19. Trapped (3:20)
• 20. I'm All Fired Up (3:20)
• 21. More Problems (8:16)
• 22. You Could Use a Jump (1:45)
• 23. This Isn't Goodbye (2:29)

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