The Cape Theme Song


Keep ’em canceled shows coming for Summer Glau. Damn.

To tell you the truth, this show was unique and different and I thought people would understand that.

Anyway, it had its theme song, so let us archive it here.

Nothing really much to say about the tune except that it was composed by Bear McCreary. We know Mr. McCreary for the theme songs of The Walking Dead and Human Target.

Below is the theme and the quite-cool opening sequence.

The Walking Dead Theme Song


This is quite a show, huh? Add to that, Sarah Wayne Callies!

I saw two MP3-download albums slash semi-soundtracks for the television series—both released December last year. Check them out: album one, album two. Both include the theme song, credited as “The Walking Dead Main Title”, in a number of remixes. The first album also includes the ending theme.

The albums were released by Tam Tam Media. We all know The Walking Dead official scoring is handled by composer extraordinaire Bear McCreary, but both fail to credit him, and I do not know why.

Below is the official opening sequence. Great job on this, I have to say.

Human Target Theme Song


Human Target is a semi-new action drama television series from Fox that stars Mark Valley—The 4400, and Chi McBride—Boston Public, among others. Its second season premiered just last November 17, 2010.

Its theme song was also nominated for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Main Title Theme Music. However, as we have already discussed this year’s winner, it did not win.

What’s surprising though is that given it already has a cool theme song (it was nominated, right?), they still changed it for the second season.

Another thing surprising is the official soundtrack for season one is a 3-disc boxed set. I mean, isn’t that a little too overkill?

In the soundtrack, the theme is simply credited as “Theme from Human Target”. It was composed by American Bear McCreary—known for his work on Battlestar Galactica.

Below is the super official (it is from Fox’s official YouTube channel) opening credits for season one featuring the Emmy-nominated theme.

Below is a music-only video of the extended theme (lasts 1:30).

Below is the new theme for season two. It was composed by Tim Jones. Now, I’m sure Mr. Jones is an excellent composer, and musician as well, but after the outstanding season one theme, this new one kind of sounds silly.