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Avengers: Endgame
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Composed, Co-Conducted, and Co-Produced by:

Orchestrated and Co-Conducted by
Mark Graham

Co-Produced by:
David Bifano
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Hollywood Records (Digital)
(April 26th, 2019)

Hollywood Records (CD)
(May 24th, 2019)
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The longer digital album is a regular commercial release with a high-resolution download option. The shorter CD album debuted a month later at a lower cost and is also a regular commercial release.
Nominated for a Grammy Award.
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Buy it... if you desire a satisfying conclusion to Alan Silvestri's Avengers and Captain America musical arc, the composer wrapping his own themes remarkably well while tying in several other composers' existing identities.

Avoid it... if you expect any truly acceptable album situation from a top-grossing film of all-time, the two presentations available containing too much filler material while missing prime thematic moments.
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WRITTEN 7/20/19
Avengers: Endgame: (Alan Silvestri) The efforts of Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios to adapt the classic Marvel comic book heroes to the big screen in the 2010's has revolutionized the production methodology of blockbuster films. Playing like extraordinarily expensive television series, these Marvel films tie actors into multi-picture contracts, cost an extraordinary amount of money to make, and require significant forethought in story-telling. The films combining the Marvel cinematic properties, starting with Avengers in 2012, have all been good for roughly $1.5 billion in worldwide grosses each, dominating the list of top-earning movies of all time. Topping those audience favorites is 2019's Avengers: Endgame, the short-term conclusion to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and much anticipated antidote for the previous year's sour Avengers: Infinity War. There reaches a point where the quantity of characters, and, in this case, timelines, becomes so massive and diluted that it seems like the whole point of the production is to work in as many connective nuggets as possible. But critics and audiences forgave Avengers: Endgame for realizing such aspirations, the studios vowing to let the franchise take a pause thereafter. The deaths and retirements of a few major characters are diminished by the knowledge that everything in these concepts is negotiable, the magic of the universe allowing damn-near anything to happen, if only in an alternate timeline. It suffices to say that Avengers: Endgame brings peace to the franchise and will allow individual characters to forge onward in their own films. Despite all the extensive planning for the coordination of these productions, the consistency of the music has been poor at best. Only through the efforts of veteran action composer Alan Silvestri in the majority of Avengers and Captain America films has some lasting identity formed in the original scores. Like many of these films, Avengers: Endgame features numerous songs interpolated into the picture, in this case reprising some placements from previous entries. But Silvestri's work is the highlight of the soundtrack for Avengers: Endgame, with the cue "Portals" considered so highly by the studio that Marvel produced an official music video for it.

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Substandard recording
zak - August 10, 2019, at 1:38 a.m.
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Hollywood Records Digital Album Tracks   ▼Total Time: 116:52
• 1. Totally Fine (4:29)
• 2. Arrival (1:49)
• 3. No Trust (3:09)
• 4. Where Are They? (3:12)
• 5. Becoming Whole Again (3:48)
• 6. I Figured It Out (4:30)
• 7. Perfectly Not Confusing (4:46)
• 8. You Shouldn't Be Here (3:33)
• 9. The How Works (3:50)
• 10. Snap Out of It (2:24)
• 11. So Many Stairs (1:51)
• 12. One Shot (2:04)
• 13. Watch Each Other's Six (3:56)
• 14. I Can't Risk This (4:48)
• 15. He Gave It Away (3:42)
• 16. The Tool of a Thief (2:58)
• 17. The Measure of a Hero (3:05)
• 18. Destiny Fulfilled (4:05)
• 19. In Plain Sight (3:14)
• 20. How Do I Look? (2:06)
• 21. Whatever It Takes (2:56)
• 22. Not Good (1:53)
• 23. Gotta Get Out (2:38)
• 24. I Was Made For This (4:37)
• 25. Tres Amigos (3:37)
• 26. Tunnel Scape (3:16)
• 27. Worth It (4:15)
• 28. Portals (3:17)
• 29. Get This Thing Started (4:54)
• 30. The One (2:08)
• 31. You Did Good (1:57)
• 32. The Real Hero (5:54)
• 33. Five Seconds (1:45)
• 34. Go Ahead (2:57)
• 35. Main on End (3:11)
Hollywood Records CD Album Tracks   ▼Total Time: 77:12

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The insert of the CD release includes a note from the directors and a dedication to Marvel Comics' creator Stan Lee.
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