Justice League fans have a lot to look forward to as they wait for the movie to drop on Nov. 17: The onscreen formation of the DC superhero team. Meeting of Cyborg, Aquaman, and the Flash. Mourning the death of Superman.
But we no longer have wait to hear the music — ReySoundtrack has released the Justice League soundtrack by Danny Elfman in its entirety.
(Almost. One track, "Icky Thump," has been blocked for copyright reasons.)
We're happy to say yes, the promised take on John Williams’ Superman score is here, albeit briefly, in the track “Friends and Foes.” And we wonder if themes for Cyborg, Aquaman, and the Flash will appear in their upcoming movies.
Here’s the soundtrack list:
"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"
"The Tunnel Fight" (Full Length Bonus Track)
"The Final Battle" (Full Length Bonus Track)
"Mother Russia" (Bonus Track)
As we see, each hero has a dedicated title. Unsurprisingly, there are quite a few references to fighting and rescuing.
According to ComicBook.com, Justice League was originally scored by Junkie XL, who had composed tracks for Man of Steel, Deadpool, and Batman v Superman. However, when Joss Whedon replaced Zack Snyder as the director, Whedon replaced Junkie XL with composer Danny Elfman.
Fans can finally find out how those musical strains fully come to life when Justice League arrives next week.