Preview and Pre-order ‘Eclipse’ Score by Howard Shore on iTunes Now!

June 16, 2010 at 5:07 PM (Eclipse Soundtrack)

Preorder the score on iTunes HERE!

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The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Official Score Track Listing

June 3, 2010 at 11:01 PM (Eclipse Soundtrack)

 

Here’s the official track listing for the Score by the amazing Howard Shore: 

  1. Riley
  2. Compromise/Bella’s Theme
  3. Bella’s Truck/Florida
  4. Victoria
  5. Imprinting
  6. The Cullens Plan
  7. First Kiss
  8. Rosalie
  9. Decisions, Decisions…
  10. They’re Coming Here
  11. Jacob Black
  12. Jasper
  13. Wolf Scent
  14. Mountain Peak
  15. The Kiss
  16. The Battle/Victoria vs. Edward
  17. Jane
  18. As Easy As Breathing
  19. Wedding Plans

The Score will be released June 29th, the day before the movie is out here in the states.

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Listen to full song: ‘Neutron Star Collision (Love is Forever)’ by MUSE

May 17, 2010 at 10:06 PM (Eclipse Soundtrack)

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Muse will not be on ‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ Soundtrack

March 3, 2010 at 6:32 AM (Eclipse Soundtrack, Muse)

 

“The news is surprising given the band is pals-y with Eclipse’s director, David Slade (he helmed loads of Muse’s early videos), and possibly pals-ier with Stephenie Meyer (there’s even a photo of lead singer Matthew Bellamy cozying up to Twilight’s dark-ish mistress on Muse’s official site). 

“Oh, it’s nothing to do with Stephenie, she’s totally cool,” says Howard, beginning to explain how Muse have potentially broken their Twilight hat-trick. “It’s the people in the movie business, completely outside of the writers and the creative types, the non-creative types I suppose are the people who are quite hard to deal with in Hollywood, so it didn’t work out.” 

As for the original tune in question, which remains untitled, Howard says it would have fit Eclipse like Edward on Bella — even though it wasn’t directly inspired by the books or movies. 

“It was a love song, so it’s a personal song, and it wasn’t really to do with the films. But it was sounding good,” he says. 

Muse still plans to release it, says Howard, even if you won’t hear it on the Eclipse soundtrack. (Maybe you can just play it over the make-out scenes once the flick hits DVD.)”

Source: DOSE.CA

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