The full details of the soundtrack album for the comic book movie Justice League have been announced. The album features the film’s original music composed by Danny Elfman (BatmanSpider-ManAlice in WonderlandMen in BlackCharlie and the Chocolate Factory). Also included are songs by Sigrid, The White Stripes and a cover of The Beatles’ Come Together by Gary Clark Jr. & Junkie XL. The soundtrack will be released digitally on November 10, 2017 and as a 2-CD set on December 8 by WaterTower Music. Visit Amazon to pre-order the CD version. A track from the score is already available to download here and can also be checked out after the jump. Justice League is directed by Zack Snyder and stars Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, Ray Fisher as Cyborg and Jason Momoa as Aquaman. The movie will be released nationwide on November 17 by Warner Bros. Pictures. Visit the official movie website for more information.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Everybody Knows – Sigrid (4:25)
2. The Justice League Theme – Logos (0:48)
3. Hero’s Theme (4:17)
4. Batman on the Roof (2:34)
5. Enter Cyborg (2:00)
6. Wonder Woman Rescue (2:43)
7. Hippolyta’s Arrow (1:16)
8. The Story of Steppenwolf (2:59)
9. The Amazon Mother Box (4:33)
10. Cyborg Meets Diana (2:36)
11. Aquaman in Atlantis (2:39)
12. Then There Were Three (1:10)
13. The Tunnel Fight (6:24)
14. The World Needs Superman (1:00)
15. Spark of the Flash (2:18)
16. Friends and Foes (4:14)
17. Justice League United (1:24)
18. Home (3:24)
19. Bruce and Diana (1:06)
20. The Final Battle (6:14)
21. A New Hope (4:36)
22. Anti-Hero’s Theme (5:35)
23. Come Together – Gary Clark Jr. & Junkie XL (3:13)
24. Icky Thump – The White Stripes (4:14)
25. The Tunnel Fight (Full Length Bonus Track) (10:58)
26. The Final Battle (Full Length Bonus Track) (12:57)
27. Mother Russia (Bonus Track) (1:45)

  1. AdrFax says:

    Everything looks great, but I’m not convinced by that cover.

  2. Cindylover1969 says:

    Bring on the grumbling from FSMers.

  3. Bernd-Helmut Heine says:

    No “Final Confrontation” this time (but “Final Battle”)? How un-Elfman-like!