Brian Tyler, last among others known for the music of Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World, returns to the cinema Reissue Turtles an almost perfect, solid soundtrack from ... what surprised me, as I myself from the film to which it had at this point not to go, as good as nothing more expected. Fittingly, the music is largely orchestral and epic-heroic held. Especially stands out the catchy title theme that runs through almost the entire album, and in an estimated three-quarters of the tracks at least resonates. That's a fine thing, especially as the as befits in different variations happens - sometimes slowly creeping, sometimes with bombastic choir in the background. Partly Here one feels really quite clear on the main theme of Iron Man 3 recalls. The only complaint would be that it is a little lacking in variety, which I quieter primarily and / or emotional pieces mean. Because apart from said cover story, basically only that sinister motive has a recognition factor that Shredder has been paid and also turns up again and again, alternating with the new Turtles melody. To try, I recommend especially the last song "TMNT March", which brings the content of the whole album quite well to the point. Furthermore, I especially liked the first three tracks "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles", "Genetically Altered Adolescent Shinobi Terrapins" and "Splinter vs. Shredder". The latter is a bit elongated and has something of permanent showdown, but works just as well really enormous (about 2:00 to 2:30 is pretty much my favorite part of the complete scores). Tyler will be next year (2015 I mean ^^) on the one hand to take care of Furious 7, but again for Marvel in Avengers: Age of Ultron compose, where he replaces Alan Silvestri from the first part. I'm curious.