pain-and-gainVarese Sarabande has announced the details of the soundtrack release for Michael Bay’s action comedy Pain & Gain. The album features the film’s original score composed by Steve Jablonsky who has previously collaborated with the director on numerous projects, including the Transformers trilogy and The Island. The soundtrack is now available digitally on Amazon. Check out audio clips after the jump. A CD version is set to be released on May 21, 2013 and is now available for pre-order here. Pain & Gain starring Dwayne Johnson, Mark Wahlberg, Ed Harris, Rob Corddry, Anthony Mackie, Bar Paly, Tony Shalhoub, Rebel Wilson and Ken Jeong tells the true story of three personal trainers in 1990s Miami who, in pursuit of the American Dream, get caught up in a criminal enterprise that goes horribly wrong. The movie will be released this Friday, April 26 by Paramount Pictures. To learn more about the film, visit the official movie website.

Here’s the album track list:

1. I’m Big (2:18)
2. Sun Gym (2:01)
3. Definitely Guys (1:57)
4. I’m A Doer (2:24)
5. I Got Saved (1:18)
6. Wrong Car (1:16)
7. Taser (1:36)
8. Cologne (2:18)
9. I’m Gonna Tell Jesus (4:02)
10. Buckle Up (2:06)
11. Run Him Over (3:26)
12. Catching Bad Guys (1:30)
13. I Work Hard (3:45)
14. Get A Pump (1:35)
15. Sometimes You Gotta Run (1:22)
16. Difficult Victim (:58)
17. 14 Minutes (2:49)
18. I Believe In Fitness (2:24)
19. Supermen (3:32)
20. So Buff (3:05)
21. Sacred Trust (3:30)
22. Du Bois (3:24)
23. CIA (1:43)
24. My Sh*t Stopped Workin’ (3:59)
25. Toe (2:00)
26. Doyle (5:31)

  1. Fillip says:

    Have to say the score is pretty damn good. Hat’s off to Jablosnky and his team for a job well done. As far as I’m concerned the best tracks are Du Bois, I Believe In Fitness, Sometimes You Gotta Run, Run Him Over, I’m Gonna Tell Jesus, Cologne and I’m Big.

    It’s not epic, Transformers-style score, but for a movie like P&G it works beautifully. And most importantly it’s a great listen as a stand-alone album. As much as I like the other MV/RC guys at this point the only one who has what it takes to be the next Hans Zimmer is Jablonsky (my opinion of course). The man delivers every single time and he has the range to score big, epic movies like Transformers and smaller stuff like Desperate Housewives and P&G.

    Again, job well done Jablonsky.