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The music was composed by Alan Silvestri  and recorded by the Air Studios. Buena Vista Records announced the details for the soundtrack in June and released it on July 19 in the United States. All music is composed by Alan Silvestri , except where indicated. Note : "Captain America March" was only released as a download bonus track and is not included on the physical CD. The album includes the original score by Alan Silvestri ,   as well as the original song "Star Spangled Man" with music by Alan Menken and lyrics by David Zippel. The score received a positive response from critics. James Southall of Movie-Wave. Much like the film it accompanies it wears its heart on its sleeve and has a simple intent: to excite you, entertain you, and leave the experience smiling. A review in Allmusic commented, "Appropriately stoic and expansive, the main theme for Captain America: The First Avenger feels both familiar and iconic, arriving early in the soundtrack as all good superhero themes must on a foundation of rolling military snares, sepia-toned brass, and long strings that evoke an endless sea of amber waves of grain. That said, it is awfully nice to hear a well-conducted orchestra, as opposed to a room full of expensive computers and keyboards, churn out a big traditional action score, and few do that as well as Silvestri.
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