Avoiding all spoilers ahead of the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi? Turn back now, as the soundtrack list has leaked.
John Williams, who has scored nearly every Star Wars movie since 1977, returned to provide his unique musical stylings to The Last Jedi. Though the soundtrack isn’t due to release until December 15, the same time as the movie, a Reddit user has revealed the track list early.
This is your last warning to avoid any spoilers, as the track list will almost certainly confirm the running order of the scenes in the movie, if no other substantial details.
The soundtrack consists of 20 tracks, each seemingly as vague as the last. A few of note are “The Sacred Jedi Texts” – which likely refers to the Book of the Whills – and “The Spark,” which puts us in mind of Poe Dameron’s line from the trailer; “We are the spark, that will light the fire, that will burn the First Order down.”
Perhaps the First Order might not come out of this film with an advantage over the Resistance, as previously expected.
We’ll repost the track list below, for those who might have difficulties viewing it on the image.
- Main Title and Escape
- Ahch-To Island
- Revisiting Snoke
- The Supremacy
- Fun with Finn and Rose
- Old Friends
- The Rebellion is Reborn
- Lesson One
- Canto Bight
- Who Are You?
- The Fathiers
- The Cave
- The Sacred Jedi Texts
- A New Alliance
- “Chrome Dome”
- The Battle of Crait
- The Spark
- The Last Jedi
- Peace and Purpose
You can order the soundtrack to The Last Jedi from Amazon now. The Last Jedi premieres in theaters nationwide on December 15.
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