The A-Team [Original Score]

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All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Director Joe Carnahan's silver screen re-imagining of the popular 1980s television action/comedy series The A-Team brought the resourceful fugitive war heroes out of the Vietnam era and into the Gulf. Enlisting Alan Silvestri to carve out a score was a wise choice, as the veteran composer is well versed in the decade from which the show was resurrected, and while his take on the bloodless vigilantes' shenanigans hardly merits comparison to his work on the Back to the Future trilogy, Silvestri has managed to successfully blend the cheesy, pioneering spirit of Mike Post and Pete Carpenter's iconic A-Team theme (which doesn't appear in full until the end credits) ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - James Christopher Monger
Director Joe Carnahan's silver screen re-imagining of the popular 1980s television action/comedy series The A-Team brought the resourceful fugitive war heroes out of the Vietnam era and into the Gulf. Enlisting Alan Silvestri to carve out a score was a wise choice, as the veteran composer is well versed in the decade from which the show was resurrected, and while his take on the bloodless vigilantes' shenanigans hardly merits comparison to his work on the Back to the Future trilogy, Silvestri has managed to successfully blend the cheesy, pioneering spirit of Mike Post and Pete Carpenter's iconic A-Team theme (which doesn't appear in full until the end credits) with the reverb-drenched, military snare, Hans Zimmer-inspired bravado of modern war/action films. The producers also get extra credit for not wantonly inserting a heavily orchestrated, vaguely related torch song from a breakout/already popular/fading female vocalist.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/21/2010
  • Label: Varese Sarabande
  • UPC: 030206703221
  • Catalog Number: 067032
  • Sales rank: 18,968

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Alan Silvestri Primary Artist, Conductor
Hollywood Studio Symphony Performing Ensemble
Technical Credits
Mike Post Composer
David Bifano Producer, Score Coordinator
Pete Carpenter Composer
Dennis Sands Engineering
Alan Silvestri Composer, Producer, Orchestration
Robert Townson Executive Producer
Tom Steel Stage Manager
Sandy De Crescent Contracting
Tim Lauber Engineering
Tom Cavanaugh Music Business Affairs
Patricia Sullivan Fourstar Mastering
Peter Rotter Contracting
Denis St. Amand Engineer
John Ashton Thomas Orchestration
Greg Dennen Stage Manager
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