Soundtrack (Caprica pilot)

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Soundtrack (Caprica pilot)
"Soundtrack (Caprica pilot)"
An album of the Caprica series
Album No. 5
Composer(s) Bear McCreary
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Label La-La Land Records
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Discs 1
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For other Caprica soundtracks, click here.
For a general article on the music in Caprica, see Music of Caprica.

Track Listing

The runtime of this disc is 54m04s. Audio clips of select songs are available in MP3 format, and are noted accordingly in the index below.

  1. The Graystone Family (2:59)
    Audio Clip: mp3
  2. Terrorism On The Lev (3:11)
  3. Grieving (3:43)
    Audio Clip: mp3
  4. Lacey (sic) and Zoe-A (4:05)
  5. Cybernetic Life Form Node (3:12)
  6. Zoe's Avatar (3:01)
  7. Daniel Captures the Code (2:25)
  8. A Tauron Sacrifice (2:42)
  9. Amanda Graystone (3:02)
  10. Joseph and Daniel (4:15)
    Audio Clip: mp3
  11. Tamara's Heartbeat (1:39)
  12. Delivering the Message (2:53)
  13. Monotheism At The Athena Academy (3:31)
  14. Children of Caprica (2:26)
  15. Irrecoverable Error (2:44)
  16. The Adama Name (1:36)
  17. Zoe Awakens (2:19)
    Audio Clip: mp3
  18. Caprica End Credits (3:37)
    Audio Clip: mp3

Press Release

From the product listing:

Presenting the original soundtrack to the special Sci Fi Channel television event, CAPRICA, the new BATTLESTAR GALACTICA spin-off prequel starring Eric Stoltz (SINGLES, PULP FICTION, MASK) and executive-produced by BATTLESTAR GALACTICA’S Ron Moore and David Eick. Acclaimed GALACTICA composer Bear McCreary fashions another spellbinding, breathtaking all-new music score that brings us back to the very beginning of the GALACTICA saga. McCreary’s inventive approach to science fiction music makes yet another amazing sonic leap forward.[1]

External Links

References

  1. "Caprica" La-La Land Records Product Listing (backup available on Archive.org) . Retrieved on 15 May 2019.