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Avengers: Infinity War
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Composed and Co-Produced by:

Orchestrated and Conducted by
Mark Graham

Co-Produced by:
David Bifano
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Hollywood Records
(Both Editions)
(April 27th, 2018)
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The regular and "Deluxe" editions debuted digitally, including high resolution options, at the same time. The CD pressing of the regular album followed three weeks later.
The cue "Infinity War" was nominated for a Grammy Award.
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Buy it... on the expanded "Deluxe Edition" album in lossless download form to collect 20 to 30 minutes of the best highlights of Alan Silvestri's solid action score into an engaging presentation otherwise absent from either of the two album offerings.

Avoid it... on any album if you expect Silvestri to interpolate the existing themes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe soundtracks into one fantastic "ensemble score," this otherwise sufficient music a massively wasted opportunity.
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WRITTEN 6/3/18
Avengers: Infinity War: (Alan Silvestri) In its overarching storyline, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been establishing the background story for 2018's Avengers: Infinity War and its direct sequel for many years. The franchise dabbled with the ensemble cast merging of several of its properties in two prior Avengers films in 2012 and 2015, but with Avengers: Infinity War comes the opportunity to see all but two or so of these iconic characters battling to save the galaxy. Don't expect much character development in this haphazard narrative, only the villain, Thanos, receiving significant expansion. With all the backstories of the heroes already explored, this movie was the opportunity to create one massive, continuous "payoff" conflict that seldom supplies meaningful rests from action. Rarely has an ensemble cast production of this magnitude been attempted, and audiences ate it up, rewarding Disney and Marvel with two billion dollars in grosses in short order. Most interestingly, it's a science fiction blockbuster in which the villain actually prevails, setting up the clear need for an immediate sequel to rectify the disheartening damage done to half of the heroes in the franchise. (Cynics might wish the plotline would leave a slew of these characters dead as to diminish the presence of so many Marvel films.) For some viewers, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has been exploited so frequently in the 2010's that it's difficult to maintain the same level of excitement for each entry, and that general feeling of overload could come to define Alan Silvestri's score for Avengers: Infinity War. With song usage in the film kept to a minimum (aside from the Guardians of the Galaxy gang, who nearly require it), Silvestri was tasked with providing a substantial amount of orchestral action and fantasy music for a franchise he had helped define earlier in the decade. His themes for 2012's The Avengers have been the most notable musical glue for the MCU ever since, the veteran also assigning an identity to Captain America along the way. Despite the composer's concurrent work on Ready Player One, he collaborated with just one orchestrator and conductor to flesh out the sound for most of Avengers: Infinity War, a meaty solo effort for Silvestri at a time when such assignments are usually tackled by an army of ghostwriters. Something must be said for that.

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This soundtrack should be called Infinity Headache
Kathy - June 27, 2018, at 9:17 p.m.
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Regular Edition Tracks   ▼Total Time: 72:11
• 1. The Avengers (0:25)
• 2. Travel Delays (2:43)
• 3. Undying Fidelity (5:05)
• 4. He Won't Come Out (2:31)
• 5. We Both Made Promises (2:22)
• 6. Help Arrives (4:21)
• 7. Hand Means Stop (2:37)
• 8. You Go Right (4:26)
• 9. Family Affairs (3:51)
• 10. What More Could I Lose? (3:36)
• 11. A Small Price (3:17)
• 12. Even for You (2:14)
• 13. More Power (4:07)
• 14. Charge! (3:28)
• 15. Forge (4:22)
• 16. Catch (6:04)
• 17. Haircut and Beard (3:02)
• 18. A Lot to Figure Out (2:01)
• 19. The End Game (2:17)
• 20. I Feel You (2:48)
• 21. What Did It Cost? (2:25)
• 22. Porch (0:59)
• 23. Infinity War (2:35)
Deluxe Edition Tracks   ▼Total Time: 116:16

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The packaging for both editions includes no extra information about the score or film.
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These Marvel films would be much more interesting if all the characters were forced to battle each other while wearing only socks.
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