Walt Disney Records will release the official soundtrack album for Lucasfilm’s Solo: A Star Wars Story. The album features the film’s original score composed by John Powell (How to Train Your Dragon, The Bourne Identity, Rio, Shrek, Chicken Run, X-Men: The Last Stand), as well as the Han Solo theme and original Star Wars music composed by John Williams (Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jurassic Park). The soundtrack will be released digitally and physically on May 25, 2018. Visit Amazon to pre-order the CD and check back on this page for the full album details. Solo: A Star Wars Story is directed by Ron Howard and stars Alden Ehrenreich, Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke, Donald Glover, Thandie Newton, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Paul Bettany. The movie will be released nationwide on May 25 by Walt Disney Pictures.

  1. I want Hans Zimmer to compose a Star Wars movie. ?

  2. Ronald Schildt says:

    I don’t see any additional info on an LP / Vinyl version for Solo. Any ideas as to when or if it will happen?

    • Joshua Wenger says:

      I hate to say it but the vinyl version for solo might be out of the question because of the poor box office performance and failure of the movie.though I still hope that will comes to vinyl version before the end of the year.

  3. I am not looking forward to the vinyl version of solo a star wars story. When it was officially reported that it would only be released on CD in May 25,I realized the vinyl version for the soundtrack of solo is out of the question. There shouldn’t be any information about the vinyl l.p. album for solo at all

  4. The vinyl version for solo a star wars story soundtrack will never happen

  5. I still believe in the cd age and beyond.

  6. Decision final. There is no vinyl version for solo and never will

  7. During the last decline of the CD age,I still hope that solo a star wars story gets a vinyl release soon and I am still waiting patiently for that

  8. Steve says:

    It will be a huge shame if Solo never gets released on vinyl as I’ve been collecting the soundtracks on vinyl. Especially since its poor box office performance has less to do with it not being a good movie and more to do with
    * releasing it far too soon after the previous starwars movie
    * many fans being angry about the previous starwars movie and not giving solo a chance
    * solo competing directly with a few other huge blockbusters (including deadpool & infinity war) while the previous starwars releases never had any huge competition on their release.

    The really should have just released it 6 months later than they did. The timing was stupid.
    Honestly of the new movies I think the stories (solo and rogue one) have both been better films than Episode 7 and 8