LOS ANGELES, CA - February 9, 2017 - WaterTower Music is proud to announce today's release of multiple Double-Vinyl versions of the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to Warner Bros. Pictures' epic action adventure Justice League. Fans can choose from the standard double vinyl set, as well as special limited versions: Aquaman (Green Vinyl), Flash (Red Vinyl), or Cyborg (Silver Vinyl). Each version contains 24 songs plus 3 downloadable bonus tracks.
The album was released digitally and on CD in November 2017, and features one of the industry's most versatile and accomplished film composers, Danny Elfman, bringing his celebrated and unique approach to the Justice League music in his first DC Super Hero film score since 1992's Batman Returns.
The soundtrack also features a blistering version of The Beatles' "Come Together" by electrifying virtuoso guitarist Gary Clark Jr. and Grammy-nominated and multiplatinum producer, musician, and composer Junkie XL; along with Norwegian pop singer/ songwriter Sigrid's haunting and powerful take on Leonard Cohen's "Everybody Knows."
Exclusive Limited Edition - Flash Red - [Barnes & Noble]
Exclusive Limited Edition - Aquaman Green - [F.Y.E.]
Exclusive Limited Edition - Cybog Grey - [Think Indie]
Double LP Vinyl - Black [Amazon]
The Justice League soundtrack is now available and the track list is as follows.
All music by Danny Elfman, unless otherwise noted.
"Everybody Knows" - Sigrid
The Justice League Theme - Logos
Batman on the Roof
Wonder Woman Rescue
The Story of Steppenwolf
The Amazon Mother Box
Cyborg Meets Diana
Aquaman in Atlantis
Then There Were Three
The Tunnel Fight
The World Needs Superman
Spark of The Flash
Friends and Foes
Justice League United
Bruce and Diana
The Final Battle
A New Hope
"Come Together" - Gary Clark Jr. and Junkie XL
"Icky Thump" - The White Stripes
The Tunnel Fight (Full Length Bonus Track)**
The Final Battle (Full Length Bonus Track)**
Mother Russia (Bonus Track)**
**Available via free download on vinyl versions of the soundtrack
ABOUT DANNY ELFMAN
Over the last 30 years, four-time Oscar nominee Danny Elfman has established himself as one of the most versatile and accomplished film composers in the industry. He has collaborated with such directors as Tim Burton, David O. Russell, Gus Van Sant, Sam Raimi, Joss Whedon, Paul Haggis, Ang Lee, Rob Marshall, Guillermo del Toro, Barry Sonnenfeld, Brian De Palma, and Peter Jackson. Beginning with his first score on Tim Burton's Pee-wee's Big Adventure, Elfman has scored a broad range of films, including: Milk (Oscar nominated), Good Will Hunting (Oscar nominated), Big Fish (Oscar nominated), Men in Black (Oscar nominated), Edward Scissorhands, Wanted, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Mission: Impossible, Planet of the Apes, A Simple Plan, To Die For, Spider-Man (1 & 2), Batman, Dolores Claiborne, Sommersby, Chicago, Dick Tracy, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Alice in Wonderland, Silver Linings Playbook, the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, and Avengers: Age of Ultron. Up next for Elfman is the highly anticipated action adventure Justice League from Warner Bros. & DC.
A native of Los Angeles, Elfman grew up loving film music. He travelled the world as a young man, absorbing its musical diversity. He helped found the band Oingo Boingo, and came to the attention of a young Tim Burton, who asked him to write the score for Pee-wee's Big Adventure. 30 years later, the two have forged one of the most fruitful composer-director collaborations in film history. In addition to his film work, Elfman wrote the iconic theme music for The Simpsons and Desperate Housewives. He also composed a ballet, Rabbit and Rogue, choreographed by Twyla Tharp; the symphony Serenada Schizophrana for Carnegie Hall; an overture The Overeager Overture for the Hollywood Bowl; Iris, a Cirque du Soleil show at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre; and most recently his first Violin Concerto, "Eleven, Eleven", for soloist Sandy Cameron, which had its world premiere in Prague with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra and its second performance at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. Danny Elfman's "Music From the Films of Tim Burton" had its concert premiere in 2014 at London's Royal Albert Hall and has continued on with over 60 concert performances in over 12 countries.
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