John Williams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is now available via Apple Music and iTunes Store
The 23-track album opens with the 6:23 “Main Title and the Attack on the Jakku Village” and closes with “The Jedi Steps and Finale” (8:51).
Apple Music subscribers can, of course, stream it now without limitation. The album is also for sale via Apple’s iTunes Store for US$11.99.
More info via iTunes here.
MacDailyNews Take: May the force be with you.
You can also pre-order the movie already (though details are not yet published, for instance, if it has the English language track here in Germany — it’s not always there due to weird conceptions of the distributors), as well as Alan Dean Foster’s novelization as eBook and audiobook (I presume it’s also available at other outlets, as well).
Woohoo! I can listen to it on the way to the movie tonight.
I will be so glad when this crap finally dies down. It’s pathetic to see grown men pissing their pants over a children’s movie.
Almost as pathetic: grown men complaining about grown men pissing their pants over a children’s movie. Lighten up, Francis.
It wouldn’t bother me so much if the blatant commercialization of this movie wasn’t linked to darn near every product on earth. They even have Star Wars diapers for gawds sake.
I’ll bet you’re one of those guys in his 50’s who’s having a heck of a time getting his plastic stormtrooper outfit on over his beer belly.