Soundtrack (Caprica series)

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Soundtrack (Caprica series)
"Soundtrack (Caprica series)"
An album of the Caprica series
Album No. 6
Composer(s) Bear McCreary
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Label La-La Land Records
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Caprica: The Series - Limited Edition Soundtrack is a two-disc CD set offered by La-La Land Records on the music from the Caprica series, excluding the majority of the music from the Caprica pilot, as that has its own soundtrack.

Only 3,000 units of this soundtrack were produced for release in 2013, as it was marketed as a Limited Edition. As of 14 May 2019, La-La Land Records announced that it only had less than 150 units remaining for sale via their eCommerce portal.

Between both discs, this release contains a total of 2 hours, 38 minutes and 49 seconds of music.

Track Listing

Disc 1

  1. Caprica Main Title
  2. Caprica Abides
    Music by Bear McCreary
    Lyrics by Jane Espenson
    Featuring Steve Amerson, vocals
    From the Episodes: “Rebirth” and “Apotheosis
  3. Apotheosis
    From the Episode: “Apotheosis
  4. All Of This Has Happened
    Music and Lyrics by Brendan McCreary
    Performed by Young Beautiful in a Hurry
    From the Episode: “The Imperfections of Memory
  5. New Cap City
    From the Episode: “There is Another Sky
  6. Lacey and the Cylon
    From the Episode: “Rebirth
  7. Vergis’ Dream
    From the Episode: “Know Thy Enemy
  8. Pact of Brothers
    From the Episode: “Dirteaters
  9. Grieving (Alternate Version)
    From the Episode: Pilot
  10. Control and Power
    From the Episode: “Rebirth
  11. Caprica Buccaneers Theme
    From the Episode: “Rebirth
  12. Burlesque
    Remixed by Jonathan Snipes
    From the Episode: “Ghosts in the Machine
  13. Amanda’s Forgiveness
    From the Episode: “False Labor
  14. Barnabus
    From the Episode: “Retribution
  15. Cerberus Dance (Demo)
    From the Episode: “Ghosts in the Machine
  16. Through the Paces
    From the Episode: “Ghosts in the Machine
  17. Lacey’s Test
    From the Episode: “Blowback
  18. Clarice Willow
    From the Episodes: “Rebirth,” “Reins of a Waterfall,” and “Gravedancing
  19. Tauron Ceremony Song (Piano Sketch)
    From the Episode: “There is Another Sky
  20. Lacey and Zoe (Expanded Version)
    From the Episode: Pilot
  21. Capricoperatica
    Music by Bear McCreary
    Lyrics by Laura Kalpakian
    Featuring Elissa Johnston and Alessandro Juliani, vocals
    From the Episode: “End of Line

Disc One - Run Time: 74:05

Disc 2

  1. Caprica Abides (Instrumental Version)
    From the Episodes: “Rebirth” and “Apotheosis
  2. The Differently Sentient
    From the Episode: “Apotheosis
  3. Amanda’s Epiphany
    From the Episode: “Rebirth
  4. Rites of Passage
    From the Episode: “There is Another Sky
  5. New Cap City Theme (Demo)
  6. Voices of the Dead
    Featuring Brendan McCreary, vocals
    From the Episode: “Reins of a Waterfall
  7. The Dive Bar
    From the Episode: “Rebirth
  8. The Cylon Whisperer
    From the Episode: “The Heavens Will Rise” and “Here Be Dragons
  9. Daniel Captures the Code (Expanded Version)
    From the Episode: Pilot
  10. Dirt Eaters
    From the Episode: “Dirteaters
  11. Healing Wounds
    From the Episode: “Reins of a Waterfall
  12. Gemenon
    From the Episode: “Unvanquished
  13. I Am A Man
    Music and Lyrics by Brendan McCreary
    Performed by Young Beautiful in a Hurry
    From the Episode: “Gravedancing
  14. Was Love
    Music and Lyrics by Jonathan Snipes
    Performed by Captain Ahab
    From the Episode: “Gravedancing
  15. Tamara Kills
    From the Episode: “There is Another Sky
  16. Here Be Dragons
    From the Episode: “Here Be Dragons
  17. A Tauron Sacrifice (Expanded Version)
    From the Episode: Pilot
  18. Waltz for Zoe
    From the Episode: “Unvanquished
  19. Death of the Guatrau
    From the Episode: “Apotheosis
  20. Tauron Ceremony Song
    Featuring Raya Yarbrough, vocals
    From the Episode: “There is Another Sky
  21. Graystone Plays Nomion Variations
    Includes “Exploration” by Stu Phillips
    From the Episode: “Rebirth
  22. Caprica Theme (Sketch)

Disc 2 - Run Time: 74:35

Press Release

From the product listing:

La-La Land Records, NBC Universal and SyFy Channel present renowned composer Bear McCreary's (BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, EUREKA, THE WALKING DEAD) original score to the acclaimed, dramatic science-fiction television series CAPRICA, starring Eric Stoltz, Esai Morales and Polly Walker. Mr. McCreary musically explores this series' thoughtful battle between advanced science and human condition with breathtaking insight, emotion and beauty. Handpicked by the composer himself, this striking collection of more than 2 hours of musical highlights from this notable series is a must have for genre and music fans alike. Produced by McCreary, Steven Kaplan and Ford A. Thaxton, this limited edition of 3000 units features exclusive, in-depth liner notes from film music writer Randall Larson.CAPRICA (THE SERIES): LIMITED EDITION (2-CD SET) (backup available on Archive.org) . Retrieved on 14 May 2019.

Official Statements

Bear McCreary on his inclusion of two theme sketches in this release:

"I also included two theme sketches: one for the Main Series Theme and one for New Cap City. These types of sketches are always helpful when I’m beginning a new project, because I can develop my ideas without having the restraints of matching picture. I am free to explore mood, energy and melody. Generally, no one but the executive producer or director ever hears these sketches, and sometimes even they never hear them. I included sketches on this “Caprica” record because I wanted to reward fans with something extra special for staying so vocal about this one and making it possible for the record to be released."McCreary, Bear (29 August 2013). Caprica Series Soundtrack Album (backup available on Archive.org)

. Retrieved on 14 May 2019.

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