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Welcome to the 4th and final Music Monday of Sci-Fi Month (if you want to know more about this go here)! This month all of the music I'm going to be sharing will be sci-fi related - this week I'm sharing some of my favorite music from Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), composed by Alan Silvestri, and Agent Carter (2015-16), composed by Christopher Lennertz. Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, is one of my favorite characters of the MCU and I particularly liked Silvestri's work in the first film. I love that it totally fits the WWII era sound - the "Captain America March" and "Star Spangled Man" (I included the movie scene rather than just the album version) are my two favorite pieces. I don't know about you, but it still kills me that Agent Carter was cancelled. Anyway, I really like the music from that show - two stand outs are the "Credit Suite" and "Whatcha Gonna Do (It's Up To You)" from "A Little Song and Dance" (season two, episode nine). Both Hayley Atwell and Enver Gjokaj do their own singing and dancing in the scene. Is it just me or does anyone else want to see Enver Gjokaj in a Gene Kelly biopic after that?