The soundtrack to the highly-anticipated Blade Runner sequel is out tomorrow (October 5).

The full tracklist for the forthcoming Blade Runner 2049 soundtrack has been revealed.

Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch wrote the score after original composer Jóhann Jóhannsson was removed from the project. The release also features tracks from Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley and Lauren Daigle. See the full tracklist below.

Talking about the soundtrack in a press release, Zimmer praised Denis Villeneuve as a director who “has a vision… a voice.”

“Remember, I’ve done a lot of movies with Ridley Scott. So, it was important that this was an autonomous piece of work,” he added.

In an interview with Al Arabiya, Villeneuve discussed the reason behind his decision to take Jóhannsson off the project, praising the Icelandic artist as “one of his favourite composers alive today,” but explaining that “the movie needed something different, and I needed to go back to something closer to Vangelis.”

Last month, El-P shared a snippet of his “rejected” score intended for the Blade Runner 2049 film trailer, while it was also revealed that Flying Lotus has composed the score for an animated short film called Blade Runner 2022.

Watch a trailer for Blade Runner 2049 below. The film hits cinemas worldwide on Friday (October 6).

Tracklist:

01. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘2049’
02. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Sapper’s Tree’
03. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Flight to LAPD’
04. Frank Sinatra – ‘Summer Wind’
05. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Rain’
06. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Wallace’
07. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Memory’
08. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Mesa’
09. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Orphanage’
10. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Furnace’
11. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Someone Lived to This’
12. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Joi’
13. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Pilot’
14. Elvis Presley – ‘Suspicious Minds’
15. Elvis Presley – Can’t Help Falling in Love’
16. Frank Sinatra – ‘One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)’
17. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Hijack’
18. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘That’s Why We Believe’
19. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Here Eyes Were Gren’
20. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Sea Wall’
21. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘All the Best Memories Are Hers’
22. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Tears in the Rain’
23. Hans Zimmer / Benjamin Wallfisch – ‘Blade Runner’
24. Lauren Daigle – ‘Almost Human’

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