tomorrowlandThe details of the soundtrack album for Brad Bird’s mystery adventure¬†Tomorrowland have been revealed. The album features the film’s original music written by¬†Academy Award-winning composer Michael Giacchino (Star Trek,¬†Up,¬†Inside Out,¬†Jurassic World,¬†Lost) who previously scored Bird’s¬†The Incredibles,¬†Ratatouille and¬†Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol. The soundtrack will be released digitally on May 19 and physically on June 2, 2015. Visit Amazon to pre-order the CD and click here to listen to audio clips.¬†Tomorrowland written by Bird & Damon Lindelof stars George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson, Raffey Cassidy, Tim McGraw, Judy Greer, Kathryn Hahn, Keegan Michael-Key and Thomas Robinson. The movie will be released nationwide on May 22 by Walt Disney Pictures. To learn more about the film, visit the official movie website.

Here’s the album track list:

1. A Story About the Future
2. A Prologue
3. You’ve Piqued My Pin-Trist
4. Boat Wait, There’s More!
5. Edge of Tomorrowland
6. Casey v Zeitgeist
7. Home Wheat Home
8. Pin-Ultimate Experience
9. A Touching Tale
10. World’s Worst Shop Keepers
11. Just Get In the Car
12. Texting While Driving
13. Frank Frank
14. All House Assault
15. People Mover and Shaker
16. What An Eiffel!
17. Welcome Back, Walker!
18. Sphere and Loathing
19. As the World Burns
20. The Battle of Bridgeway
21. The Hail Athena Pass
22. Electric Dreams
23. Pins of a Feather
24. End Credits

  1. William says:

    More Giacchino puns.

    • Macejko says:

      And bad ones at that.

      • Jacob says:

        Almost makes you pine for the days of Lost, when the puns weren’t as belabored and were somewhat more tolerable. Almost.

        • David says:

          Giacchino said he didn’t do the cue titles of Tomorrowland, except for the end credits. Don’t blame him, or the music editor, for your lack of sense of humor.

          • Jacob says:

            Funny, you chide me (and I assume the rest in the comment thread) for making assumptions but then go on to make one of your own by assuming we collectively have no sense of humor.

          • tiago says:

            Could you inform us the source of your information and share with everyone on the thread, please?

      • Bernhard H. H. says:

        Well…that’s the whole point, love

  2. tiago says:

    I just want to recall that puns on the cue titles are not a Giacchino exclusivity. Although his are particularly bad (and I’m saying that as a fan of him), great composers like Thomas Newman and Christopher Young also have a lot of puns and jokes on their albums.