For 24 hours Moviefone is allowing fans to listen to the Ender’s Game soundtrack, in its entirety, online.
I just recently got my copy in the mail and I’ve already listened to the tracks multiple times and I can not get over how epic the songs sound. I truly recommend you listen to all of them. My favorite so far are both “Mind Game” tracks.
Go to Ender’s Game Soundtrack to listen to the entire album.
The Ender’s Game film score is set to release October 22nd and what better way to keep us busy while we wait for our copy of the film score than a short quote from the composer Steve Jablonsky:
“Ender’s Game is big but also very personal, which is an interesting combination for any composer. For some scenes, I’m using an 80 piece orchestra and 32 member choir, while in other scenes I am using a simple solo instrument. Ender is a very isolated character for much of the film so I felt that a solo cello would play that isolation nicely and it became an important element in the score.”
And 3 tracks from the film score that are featured below.
What do you think of some of the songs so far? Enthralled? Not satisfied? Let us know in the comments.
Recently some of the Ender’s Game fansites got the chance to preview the Ender’s Game soundtracks from Varese Sarabande. A tip from an Ender’s Game Fandom reader lead us to Colosseum Online Shop, a music entertainment website, where you can pre-order your copy of the Ender’s Game soundtrack and listen to a one minute preview for every song on the soundtrack.
That’s right listen to a preview of all the songs on the soundtrack and enjoy the epicness of Steve Jablonsky’s work. Just go to Ender’s Game Original Motion Picture Soundtrack and listen to the previews.
I’m a big fan of film scores and soundtracks and I have to say I really like the feel to some of the songs. While others aren’t very distinguishable, songs like “Mind Game part 2”, “Ender’s Promise” and “Game Over”, which has a very somber feel to it, create an uniqueness to the soundtrack.
Have you listened to the previews? If you have, what do you think about Steve Jablonsky’s work? Let us know in the comments.
The Ender’s Game soundtrack is released October 22nd. Pre-order your copy with Colosseum or at Amazon.
As a big fan of soundtracks and film scores I’ve been antsy to listen to the music for the Ender’s Game movie. And with this 90 second audio off the Ender’s Game soundtrack by Steve Jablonsky I’m ever more excited for the movie.
Our friends at EnderWiggin got to sample two tracks off the soundtrack. The first 45 seconds are from “Battle School” and the last 45 seconds are from “Dragon Wins”.
I have to tell you the music is intense. Especially when it comes to Dragon army, your adrenaline runs with the sound of the music (Well at least for me).
You can listen to the audio at EnderWiggin.net and leave a comment on what you think about the pieces.
Over night we got the news that the Ender’s Game soundtrack is set to be released on October 22nd. In addition to the release date we have a full list of tracks including the front and back covers for the CD.
As you can see there are 21 tracks on the album with titles for each which, in my opinion, says A LOT about the movie, but not so much as spoilery. Retail price for the album is around $16.77 at Amazon and about $17 at the official soundtrack record webpage Varése Sarabande.
No audio clips have been released but we will keep you updated if any pop up, so be sure to check back.
Ender’s Game premieres November 1st.
Source: Soundtrack Mania, Amazon and Varése Sarabande
We confirmed with Summit that Steve Jablonsky will be composing the film score for the Ender’s Game movie.
Steve is known for his work on all three Transformers film, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Island and has a list of contributions for TV shows and video games.
Need a sample of his work? Listen to some of the tracks from the Transformers 3: Dark Moon soundtrack.
Any Steve Jablonsky fans? I personally enjoy the Transformers soundtrack. So though we didn’t get James Horner, Jablonsky is a great choice for the Ender’s Game soundtrack.