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Title - 'Music From The Iron Man Trilogy'
Artist - London Music Works

Music From The Iron Man Trilogy performed by the London Music Works features some of the choice compositions from the uber sucessful movie franchise. Combining five tracks from each of the contemporary Iron Man scores that have gone before re: Ramin Djawadi (Iron Man), John Debney (Iron Man 2) and Brian Tyler (Iron Man 3), the first track 'Driving With The Top Down' is actually NOT from the aforementioned London Music Works - but actually The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra!

The London Music Works then pick things up and takes us on through the innovative and explosive score for the first film with the bass-tastic 'Merchant of Death,' 'Mark 1,' 'Mark II' and finally the composed 'Iron Man' theme itself.

The theme for Iron Man 2 begins with 'Sledgehamer V2,' which fairly pulsates out of the speakers. With words it could easily have been a hit single for some heavy rock band! The next track, 'New Element / Particle Accelerator' is the second longest track @ 6 minutes plus and is also one of the quiter tracks. The pulsating one minute 'Sledgehammer' is next, with the longest track @ 8 minutes 'Iron Man Battles the Drones' followed by the sweeping score of 'I Am Iron Man.'

From Iron Man 3 we begin with the building score of 'Iron Man 3,' before heading into 'Attack on 10880 Mailibu Point.' The beautiful 'New Beginnings' is next and the whole CD is rounded out by the grower of 'Stark' and the ultra-peppy 'Can You Dig It' (from the main titles).

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