catching-fire-scoreUniversal Republic will release a score album for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The album features the film’s original music composed by James Newton Howard (The Sixth Sense, Signs King Kong). The soundtrack will be released on November 25, 2013 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. As previously announced, the label will also release a separate soundtrack featuring the songs from and inspired by the film. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire directed by Francis Lawrence and starring Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Lenny Kravitz, Stanley Tucci and Donald Sutherland will be released nationwide on November 22 by Lionsgate. For more information about the sequel, visit the official movie website.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Katniss
2. I Had To Do That
3. We Have Visitors
4. Just Friends
5. Mockingjay Grafitti
6. The Tour
7. Daffodil Waltz
8. Waltz in A Op. 39, No. 15
9. Fireworks
10. Anthem
11. Peacekeepers
12. Prim
13. A Quarter Quell
14. Katniss Is Chosen
15. Introducing The Tributes
16. There s Always A Flaw
17. Bow And Arrow
18. We re A Team
19. Let s Start
20. The Games Begin
21. Peeta s Heart Stops
22. Treetops
23. The Fog
24. Monkey Mutts
25. Jabberjays
26. I Need You
27. Broken Wire
28. Arena Crumbles
29. Good Morning Sweetheart

  1. Macejko says:

    I hope it will be as great as track “Horn of Plenty” from previous film. After some lousy performances (Snow White and The Huntsman, After Earth…), JNH needs a big comeback.

    • Lee says:

      Have you heard those Scores? They are incredible. The themes in Snow White.and the Horror and Scifi brilliance of After Earth is amazing.

      • Macejko says:

        Last Airbender is amazing. Dinosaur is amazing. Snow White and After Earth are mediocre at best.

        • Lee says:

          I really cannot understand that. But we all have our opinions.

  2. Ryan says:

    JNH used to be my favorite composer. When I got into scores five years ago, at the peak of his career, I had listened to most of his scores, which I still love. Blood Diamond, Michael Clayton, The Village, Signs, Wyatt Earp, Dinosaurs, Treasure Planet, Atlantis, Defiance, Duplicity, Hidalgo, King Kong, I am Legend, Dave, Emperor’s Club, The Postman, Snow Falling on Cedars, Lady in the Water, Salt. Then he started going minamalist and generic with little passion and love. The Tourist and Green Lantern and Water for Elephants and the ones your guys said. All decent scores, but nowhere near as brilliant and memorable as he used to be for the last twenty years. He needs to jump out of this dry spell and come up with something truly memorable in order for me to call him one of the best again.

    • Lee says:

      The Last Airbender is one of the greatest Scores ever Written, and was released only a couple of years ago. His Snow White Score is filled with rich motifs of emotion, action, and horror. He has not lost it, he never has.

  3. Justin Boggan says:

    This one should be better, since he has more time and he’s not stepping in last minute to replace Danny Elfman like last time.

  4. tiago says:

    James Newton Howard are one of the best composers of his generation, but his last scores were not as brilliant as it used to be. Water for Elephants is fantastic and Snow White and the Huntsman is pretty good, but The Bourne Legacy, After Earth and Parkland are mediocre. But I have big expectations for this score, his job on the first Hunger Games were very good, and now he had more time to compose a better soundtrack.

  5. sikanderhyut says:

    OMG LastAirbender was bloody brilliant! Luv it soooo much!
    HungerGames I was also a pretty good score. With some recent mishaps, JNH better come bak with some good musique!

  6. Macejko says:

    Just finished listening to this. It’s terribly boring and uninspired. For me, JNH has lost it.

    • Bernhard H. Heidkamp says:

      well…I thought the samples sounded pretty good. Not in the league of Restoration, Airbender, Lady in the Water or Signs, but still really good….the row of I Am Legend and The Village.

      And also a good sequel score deveoping on existing ideas. At last that’s the impression I got. I’ll come back when my album is in the mail box