Madison Gate Records will be releasing a score album for the romantic drama The Vow. The soundtrack includes the original score from the film written by composers Rachel Portman and Michael Brook. The album will be released digitally and as an Amazon On-Demand-CDR on February 7, 2012. To pre-order the CD version, visit Amazon. Audio clips will be added to this article within the next couple of days. A separate soundtrack album¬† featuring the movie’s songs will be released by Rhino Records as announced in our previous article. The Vow is directed by Michael Sucsy and stars Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, Sam Neill, Scott Speedman, Wendy Crewson and Jessica Lange. The film will be released on February 10. For more information about the drama, visit the official movie website.

Here’s the score album track list:

1. A Moment of Impact
2. Come Home With Me
3. When We Met
4. First Base
5. Tomorrow Will Be Better
6. An Outsider
7. An Awkward Hug
8. Did I Keep a Journal?
9. I Could Never Get You Out of Here
10. Packing It Up
11. A Good Life Again
12. A Few Questions
13. Hard for Me Too
14. Calling It a Day
15. Remember
16. Wedding Vows (Bonus Track)

  1. Did Portman and Michael Brook actually collaborate together? Are they each responsible for separate tracks? What’s the story behind both composer credits?

  2. Justin Boggan says:

    Portman recorded her score in 2010. Brook was reported about half a year later. He probably comtributed some extra cues, and may have even layed some stuff atop hers. But she was first.