american-godsThe details of the first full soundtrack album for the Starz original series American Gods have been revealed. The album features selections from the show’s original score composed by Brian Reitzell (HannibalFriday Night LightsStranger Than Fiction30 Days of Night). Also included are original songs written for the series by Reitzell and Mark Lanegan, Blondie’s Debbie Harry and Garbage’s Shirley Manson. Several songs, as well as Reitzell’s main title theme have already been released as digital singles. The soundtrack will be released digitally on June 9, 2017 and physically the following month. Visit Amazon to pre-order the CD. American Gods is created by Bryan Fuller & Michael Green based on Neil Gaiman’s fantasy novel and stars Ricky Whittle, Ian McShane, Emily Browning, Pablo Schreiber, Yetide Badaki, Bruce Langley, Crispin Glover and Orlando Jones. The show’s first season currently airs Sunday nights on Starz. Visit the official show website for updates.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Main Title Theme
2. Out of Time
3. Gumball
4. In the Pines (feat. Mark Lanegan)
5. Shopping
6. Bilquis Gets to Work
7. Salim Waits
8. Salim and Jinn
9. St. James Infirmary Blues (feat. Mark Lanegan)
10. Queen of the Bored (feat. Shirley Manson)
11. Laura’s Affair
12. Nunnyunnini
13. Media Bowie
14. Wednesday Heals Shadow
15. Vulcan
16. I Put a Spell on You (feat. Mark Lanegan)
17. Essie Accused
18. Bilquis Orgy
19. Tehran 1978 (feat. Debbie Harry and Shirley Manson)
20. There Here Finale

  1. Aphid says:

    Great….an album of washed up pop stars poorly plagiarizing Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Does this Reitzell guy still claim to have written Leadbelly’s “In The Pines”? Send in the lawyers.

    • The Null-A says:

      Would you calm down a bit!
      Thousands of music pieces are pale copies of what you’ve already heard. Whatever you do you can’t change that. Sure the theme sounds like the Immigrant Song from Trent Reznor, so what?
      If you’re not happy, keep your anger to yourself, some people enjoy this soundtrack.

      Reitzell often collaborates with artists, remaking songs. It’s not stealing! Take Nirvana for example, their hit song Come as you are, it’s a sample from The Killing Joke – Eighties. Do you cry about that? No!