The track list of the score album for Marvel Studios’ Black Panther have been revealed. The album features the film’s original music composed by Ludwig Goransson (Creed, Community, Fruitvale Station, Death Wish, Everything, Everything). The soundtrack will be released tomorrow, February 16 by Marvel Music and Hollywood Records and will be available to download on Amazon, where you can also check out audio clips. Black Panther is directed by Ryan Coogler and stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke and Andy Serkis. The film follows T’Challa who, after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king. The movie is being released nationwide this weekend by Walt Disney Pictures.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. Wakanda Origins (1:44)
2. Royal Talon Fighter (4:00)
3. Wakanda (2:20)
4. Warrior Falls (4:06)
5. The Jabari (1:08)
6. Waterfall Fight (4:03)
7. Ancestral Plane (4:27)
8. Killmonger (2:55)
9. Phambili (2:31)
10. Casino Brawl (3:32)
11. Busan Car Chase (2:49)
12. Questioning Klaue (3:32)
13. Outsider (2:07)
14. Is This Wakanda? (2:46)
15. Killmonger’s Challenge (5:07)
16. Killmonger vs. T’Challa (3:30)
17. Loyal to the Throne (1:35)
18. Killmonger’s Dream (3:15)
19. Burn It All (3:24)
20. Entering Jabariland (2:42)
21. Wake Up T’Challa (6:08)
22. The Great Mound Battle (3:48)
23. Glory to Bast (6:06)
24. The Jabari, Pt. II (2:22)
25. A Kings Sunset (4:28)
26. A New Day (1:47)
27. Spaceship Bugatti (1:23)
28. United Nations / End Titles (7:32)

  1. Mary Nicholson says:

    How can i but the original score on CD?

  2. Barbara Glover says:

    Incredibly disappointed that the actual Black Panther soundtrack isn’t available on CD yet the Kendrick Lamar CD “inspired by” the film is getting all the attention. What happened to the gorgeous orchestrations and actual African instruments and voices that are part of this movie phenomena? So sad that Baaba Maal and the other African artists are not being celebrated? Please tell us that someone will release a CD/LP soon and will give them their due recognition.

  3. Donald Brown says:

    It seems that I am not alone in my hunt for a physical copy of the album. I’d settle for FLAC or some other lossless format if need be.

    I get that Kendrick is popular among the young folk and hip-hop fanatics, but this score is delicious and quietly demands more attention. I have access to it via Google Play via a paid subscription, but that still doesn’t allow me to listen to it where I could most benefit from the details of the tracks.

    Marvel, we are here, eagerly waiting.

  4. Mike H says:

    I agree with everyone else. While Kendrick’s album is probably amazing, I still want to own a PHYSICAL COPY ON CD of this great film score. When will we get one???

  5. Ronny says:

    Wonder why i am humming the refrain of TAKE ME ON by A-HA 🙂 Lovely score!

  6. Az Madu says:

    As everyone has already stated, where’s the disc? This is 2018 and even vinyl has made a comeback for the past several years and yet here we are again, with another film score CD not being released (I’m still waiting for Ghost in the Shell 2017 to get it’s CD released)

    This is just a joke beyond words, and even the download is not in flac!!!!!

  7. Daniel says:

    Where is the CD? It’s now July and the score on CD still hasn’t been released…extremely disappointing.

  8. david says:

    I don’t want “songs and music inspired by the movie”. I want the actual score soundtrack of the movie. From the notes above, I’m not the only one. I don’t get it. Marvel is losing money by not releasing the CD, because most of us are not going to buy the LP or the MP3. If they’re trying to bolster sales of the LP, it’s not going to work. Losing sales, guys, and creating some very dissatisfied customers. Wake up and smell the coffee.

  9. Cap says:

    Now that the score has an Oscar under its belt, hopefully it will encourage Disney music to get off their arses and give Black Panther a wide CD release.