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Guardians of the Galaxy (Original Score)


Download links and information about Guardians of the Galaxy (Original Score) by Tyler Bates. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 01:04:34 minutes.

Artist: Tyler Bates
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 29
Duration: 01:04:34
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No. Title Length
1. Morag 1:58
2. The Final Battle Begins 4:21
3. Plasma Ball 1:18
4. Quill's Big Retreat 1:38
5. To The Stars 2:52
6. Ronan's Theme 2:24
7. Everyone's An Idiot 1:26
8. What A Bunch Of A-Holes 2:14
9. Busted 1:34
10. The New Meat 0:36
11. The Destroyer 1:27
12. Sanctuary 2:26
13. The Kyln Escape 7:23
14. Don't Mess With My Walkman 0:44
15. The Great Companion 0:51
16. The Road To Knowhere 0:37
17. The Collector 3:20
18. Ronan's Arrival 0:56
19. The Pod Chase 3:56
20. Sacrifice 3:20
21. We All Got Dead People 1:46
22. The Ballad Of The Nova Corps. (Instrumental) 1:48
23. Groot Spores 1:11
24. Guardians United 2:46
25. The Big Blast 3:05
26. Groot Cocoon 2:29
27. Black Tears 2:43
28. Citizens Unite 1:15
29. A Nova Upgrade 2:10



Music plays a crucial role in Marvel’s film Guardians of the Galaxy. Its ‘70s songs are a key link to a character’s past, while composer Tyler Bates says his orchestral soundtrack serves “not only to be propulsive in the action sequences and to set up some of the comedic moments, but really to underscore the emotional depth of the characters. They’ve all survived some terrible tragedy in their life, and they try to suppress the rawness of those emotions in the scope of who they try to be.” Director James Gunn sought Bates’ input on the project from day one, with many scenes then filmed to the composer’s pre-scored music. Tracks were recorded at the fabled Abbey Road Studios with members of the London Philharmonic; Tyler says his music team toiled 100 hours a week for four months. “At least half the cues in the movie have more than 500 tracks of audio,” he says of the intricately layered mix. “It was paramount to me to make sure that the score was what