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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Michael Giacchino. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:17:21 minutes.

Artist: Michael Giacchino
Release date: 2014
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:17:21
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No. Title Length
1. Level Plaguing Field 2:21
2. Look Who's Stalking 2:35
3. The Great Ape Processional 4:34
4. Past Their Primates 1:57
5. Close Encounters of the Furred Kind 4:38
6. Monkey to the City 1:16
7. The Lost City of Chimpanzee 3:46
8. Along Simian Lines 5:04
9. Caesar No Evil, Hear No Evil 2:27
10. Monkey See, Monkey Coup 5:12
11. Gorilla Warfare 7:37
12. The Apes of Wrath 4:28
13. Gibbon Take 2:55
14. Aped Crusaders 3:26
15. How Bonobo Can You Go 5:42
16. Enough Monkeying Around 3:35
17. Primates for Life 5:42
18. Planet of the End Credits 8:56
19. Ain't That a Stinger (featuring Griffith Giacchino) 1:10



Michael Giacchino’s penchant for punning track titles may reach a new level of playfulness here, but there’s nothing remotely lightweight about his masterful orchestral score for this Planet of the Apes reboot/prequel. The film’s stand-alone storyline freed the GRAMMY®/Emmy/Oscar-winning composer to explore writing outside his familiar jazzy instincts, and he gratifyingly used the opportunity to honor a musical inspiration—and the composer who gave the original franchise its avant-garde edge. “I knew immediately that I wanted to acknowledge the experimental musical style that my hero Jerry Goldsmith chose for the original film by finding my own interesting sounds,” says Giacchino of his new score. “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is an extremely moving story about tolerance and how we deal with each other as a society. I knew we would have to treat that subtext with great respect and dignity. I hope that I have done so while also honoring Jerry's original sound.”