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[edit]

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[edit]

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[edit]


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