age-of-ultronThe details of the soundtrack album for Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Age of Ultron have been announced. The album features the film’s original music composed by Brian Tyler (Iron Man 3Thor: The Dark WorldFurious 7Now You See Me) and Danny Elfman (Spider-ManBatmanAlice in WonderlandMen in Black). The soundtrack will be released digitally on April 28, 2015 by Hollywood Records. A CD version will be coming out on May 19 and is now available for pre-order on AmazonAvengers: Age of Ultron is written and directed by Joss Whedon and stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johannson, Jeremy Renner, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany and Cobie Smulders. The movie will be released nationwide on May 1. For updates on the film, visit the official movie website.

Here’s the album track list (updated on April 16 via Marvel’s corrected press release):

1. Avengers: Age of Ultron Title – Brian Tyler
2. Heroes – Danny Elfman
3. Rise Together – Brian Tyler
4. Breaking and Entering – Brian Tyler
5. It Begins – Danny Elfman
6. Birth of Ultron – Brian Tyler
7. Ultron / Twins – Danny Elfman
8. Hulkbuster – Brian Tyler
9. Can You Stop This Thing? – Danny Elfman
10. Sacrifice – Brian Tyler
11. Farmhouse – Danny Elfman
12. The Vault – Brian Tyler
13. The Mission – Brian Tyler
14. Seoul Searching – Brian Tyler
15. Inevitability / One Good Eye – Danny Elfman
16. Ultron Wakes – Danny Elfman
17. Vision – Brian Tyler
18. The Battle – Brian Tyler
19. Wish You Were Here – Brian Tyler
20. The Farm – Danny Elfman
21. Darkest of Intentions – Brian Tyler
22. Fighting Back – Brian Tyler
23. Avengers Unite – Danny Elfman
24. Keys to the Past – Brian Tyler
25. Uprising – Brian Tyler
26. Outlook – Brian Tyler
27. The Last One – Brian Tyler
28. Nothing Lasts Forever – Danny Elfman
29. New Avengers-Avengers: Age of Ultron – Danny Elfman

  1. Scarecrow9 says:

    OH MY!! yes it is coming, I cant wait, my ears will feel orgams!

  2. Everan says:

    Finally, I’ve been dying to see details!

  3. Anonymous says:

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  4. Thomas says:

    There is a 29th track and it is New Avengers-Avengers: Age of Ultron (Elfman)

  5. Cindylover1969 says:

    Apparently the 28th track is also Elfman.

  6. MrZimmerFan says:

    There are 29 tracks:

    1. Avengers: Age of Ultron Title (Tyler)
    2. Heroes (Elfman)
    3. Rise Together (Tyler)
    4. Breaking and Entering (Tyler)
    5. It Begins (Elfman)
    6. Birth of Ultron (Tyler)
    7. Ultron / Twins (Elfman)
    8. Hulkbuster (Tyler)
    9. Can You Stop This Thing? (Elfman)
    10. Sacrifice (Tyler)
    11. Farmhouse (Elfman)
    12. The Vault (Tyler)
    13. The Mission (Tyler)
    14. Seoul Searching (Tyler)
    15. Inevitability / One Good Eye (Elfman)
    16. Ultron Wakes (Elfman)
    17. Vision (Tyler)
    18. The Battle (Tyler)
    19. Wish You Were Here (Tyler)
    20. The Farm (Elfman)
    21. Darkest of Intentions (Tyler)
    22. Fighting Back (Tyler)
    23. Avengers Unite (Elfman)
    24. Keys to the Past (Tyler)
    25. Uprising (Tyler)
    26. Outlook (Tyler)
    27. The Last One (Tyler)
    28. Nothing Lasts Forever (Elfman)
    29. New Avengers-Avengers: Age of Ultron (Elfman)

    • tiago says:

      So, the whole score is approximately 60% Tyler 40% Elfman. I was thinking that Elfman did only the main theme, but his job was bigger than I thought.

      Why do you guys think that happened? Is it because Tyler was so busy with Furious 7 that he didn’t have the time to score the whole movie? Or the producers’ and Whedon’s plan since the beginning was to have two composers on board?

      And I don’t think that Elfman re-wrote any of Tyler’s material. Tyler doesn’t seem upset with the movie and the producers, and he even posted a picture of he and Elfman together on the premiere.

      I just hope that whatever happened don’t stop Tyler to continue working with Marvel. Because it will be pretty depressing if Jackman was hired to score Infinity War 1 and 2.

      • Ed says:

        It will be more than likely that Jackman will get the Russo Brothers gig. Or it could be that the latest involvement with Danny Elfman has secured him the future films. The lack of consistency throughout the Marvel universe leads to the role of the next Avengers composer belonging to anyone.

        Still, I’m looking forward to a new comic book score from Elfman – it’s been a while.

      • Roger says:

        i’m not one to be a chatty patty but…

  7. Scarecrow9 says:

    Anyone know when will samples appear?

  8. MrZimmerFan says:

    There is a cue for Brian Tyler: ‘Rise Together’

    Really cool action cue!

    http://www.classicfm.com/composers/tyler/news/avengers-age-of-ultron-soundtrack/#VrVKwI1L0J7J3rGy.97

    • Macejko says:

      Error 404: Personality not found.

      • MrZimmerFan says:

        And Majecko bitching again

        • Macejko says:

          Is stating the obvious really considered bitching? Tyler’s scores rarely possess an unique, distinctive style. His last three major efforts (Iron Man 3, Thor 2 and TMNT) sound completely identical, with the exception of the themes themselves (which are, nevertheless, arranged in the same exact manner). This Avengers cue doesn’t even have that. The score might still turned out fine, though, and I’ll surely listen to it. But for me, Tyler is a composer that is – and probably always will be – more interested in grandieur and overblown orchestration than fine details and thematic development. Which is the stuff that IMHO makes a quality and varied score.

          • tiago says:

            “Brian Tyler has no personality” – said the guy who loves every generic RC score.

          • BB says:

            “Brian Tyler, has no personality” … kkkkkkkkkkkkkk and Hans Zimmer, Ramin Djawadi and Henry Jackman has not it? No accomplice of RC, can do the scores that Tyler does! And you, clown, still has the courage to say that Tyler, uses these “Hans Zimmer projects” in their work … The main themes of Thor, Iron Man III and TMNT, are similar. But there are copies of one another. Unlike his beloved Hans Zimmer on 12 Years of Slave …

          • BB says:

            “But for me, Tyler is a composer that is – and probably always will be – more interested in grandieur and overblown orchestration than fine details and thematic development.”

            There is a proof that you’ve never heard Tyler! Never heard The Greatest Game Ever Played, and did not hear the score TMNT!

  9. Scarecrow9 says:

    Great track!

  10. MrZimmerFan says:

    Brian Tyler in that has more personality than your beloved Ramin Djawadi in Iron Man

    • MrZimmerFan says:

      Well, Djawadi has certain scores I like, PR or Game of Thrones

  11. MrZimmerFan says:

    Tracktimes

    1. Avengers Age of Ultron Title [0:43]
    2. Heroes [2:07]
    3. Rise Together [2:23]
    4. Breaking and Entering [3:04]
    5. It Begins [2:42]
    6. Birth of Ultron [3:05]
    7. Ultron-Twins [4:13]
    8. Hulkbuster [4:32]
    9. Can You Stop This Thing? [1:03]
    10. Sacrifice [2:42]
    11. Farmhouse [4:02]
    12. The Vault [2:58]
    13. The Mission [2:48]
    14. Seoul Searching [2:48]
    15. Inevitability One Good Eye [5:07]
    16. Ultron Wakes [1:43]
    17. Vision [3:47]
    18. The Battle [4:24]
    19. Wish You Were Here [1:36]
    20. The Farm [1:14]
    21. Darkest of Intentions [2:26]
    22. Fighting Back [2:33]
    23. Avengers Unite [1:08]
    24. Keys to the Past [1:48]
    25. Uprising [2:32]
    26. Outlook [2:38]
    27. The Last One [2:14]
    28. Nothing Lasts Forever [1:57]
    29. New Avengers/Avengers Age of Ultron [3:09]

  12. JohnR says:

    Henry Jackman > Brian Tyler

    • Cindylover1969 says:

      Only in terms of the number of letters in his name.