Marvel Music & Hollywood Records will release the official soundtrack album for Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel. The album features the film’s original music composed by Pinar Toprak (Krypton, The Angel, Fornite). The soundtrack will be released digitally tomorrow, March 8 and will be available to download on Amazon, where you can also check out audio clips. Captain Marvel is directed by Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck and stars Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Lee Pace, Lashana Lynch, Gemma Chan, Mckenna Grace, Annette Bening, Clark Gregg and Jude Law. The movie, which follows the journey of Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universes most powerful heroes, is being released in theaters nationwide this weekend by Walt Disney Pictures.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Captain Marvel (2:15)
2. Waking Up (1:28)
3. Boarding the Train (1:30)
4. Why Do You Fight? (1:14)
5. Let’s Bring Him Home (1:39)
6 Entering Enemy Territory (3:33)
7. Breaking Free (5:24)
8. Hot Pursuit (4:34)
9. Lost the Target (2:10)
10. Lifting Fingerprints (1:31)
11. Finding the Records (5:20)
12. Escaping the Basement (4:23)
13. Photos of Us (1:56)
14. Learning the Truth (3:16)
15. New Clothes (1:04)
16. Space Turbulence (2:58)
17. High Score (2:35)
18. Interrupting Something? (1:30)
19. Trapped (3:19)
20. I’m All Fired Up (3:20)
21. More Problems (8:15)
22. You Could Use a Jump (1:45)
23. This Isn’t Goodbye (2:29)

  1. Olivia says:

    is it true that Michael Giacchino was hired to finish the score? I heard it was like the Elfman/Tyler situation on the Avengers. Is he uncredited?

    • josh says:

      Not true, but his music is featured in the movie in the form of the Marvel logo of course.

      • Andreas says:

        It actually is true. People who worked on the production said both Alan Silvestri and Michael Giacchino stepped in at the last minute to re-write parts of the score. We’ll know for sure when Disney registers the cue sheet.

  2. What song does Nick Fury sang when he washing the dishes?

  3. Victor Field says:

    “is it true that Michael Giacchino was hired to finish the score? I heard it was like the Elfman/Tyler situation on the Avengers. Is he uncredited?”
    I doubt that very much. Where did you see this?

  4. Blake says:

    Cover art says soundtrack. Tracks listed are the score. Am I misunderstanding the difference? Where is Garbage, Nirvana, Hole, No Doubt?

    • jjstarA113 says:

      No song album, I assume because it would be a nightmare to produce for legal reasons, but Disney released a playlist with the songs (and score) on Apple Music, so if you got Apple Music, there you go. If not, you’ll just have to scour iTunes for all of those songs ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.

      As for the “soundtrack/score” nomenclature, because there is only one Captain Marvel album released – the score album – it’s just referred to as the “Soundtrack.” That’s why the Star Wars albums are just called “Soundtracks”; the Star Wars films don’t ever have song albums, so such distinctions are ignored. If there was a Captain Marvel song album, that would likely be called the “Soundtrack” or “Songs,” while the score album would be called the “Score” (except for Ready Player One: its score album is called the “Soundtrack,” but still the song album is called “Songs from the Motion Picture”).

  5. Paula Lopes says:

    Can someone please tell me what was that song that was playing on the blockbuster security’s car in that scene when Vers fell on Earth?