‘Prospect’ Soundtrack Details

Posted: November 2, 2018 by filmmusicreporter in Film Music Albums
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Lakeshore Records will release a soundtrack album for the sci-fi western Prospect. The album features the film’s original music composed by Daniel L.K. Caldwell. The soundtrack will be released digitally next Friday, November 9 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. Prospect is written and directed by Zeek Earl & Christopher Caldwell and stars Sophie Thatcher, Pedro Pascal, Jay Duplass, Andre Royo, Sheila Vand and Anwan Glover. The movie revolves around a teenage girl and her father who travel to a remote moon looking to strike it rich by harvesting a large gem deposit. The sci-fi movie premiered at this year’s SXSW Film Festival is being released in New York and Los Angeles this weekend by Gunpowder & Sky’s Dust label before expanding nationwide on November 9. Visit the official movie website for more information.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. Titles (0:40)
2. Clean the Thrower (1:16)
3. Damon Sleeps (1:06)
4. The Green Moon (3:41)
5. Harvest (3:04)
6. Ambush (3:09)
7. Cee (1:50)
8. Tethered (3:30)
9. Follow the Fahr (3:36)
10. For the Girl (4:51)
11. The Streamer Girl (1:21)
12. The Queen’s Lair (4:26)
13. Weak-Handed (2:10)
14. Inumon (4:21)
15. Grab the Gun and Go (1:23)
16. Launch (2:47)
17. Prospect (4:10)

  1. Pioneer says:

    Can you post a list of the other songs featured in the movie? Like the ones Cee listens to? I was really digging the 60’s Asian theme they had going on

  2. Frilli says:

    Thanks i was looking for that song 🙂

  3. victor says:

    nice one…

  4. Chris. C says:

    Does anybody know what kind of headphones the girl is using.?

  5. Daniel says:

    The first few notes of the song the little boy played in the tent reminded me of a song. Does anyone know what that could be?

    • Daniel says:

      I found out that the instrument is called a hurdy-gurdy and the song was the “Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary” by Henry Purcell. Also known from the movie “A Clockwork Orange”.

    • Nikita says:

      This sounds like Fratres by Arvo Paart.. I could be wrong the original piece of music is much more complex but the basic melody is there..

      Fratres is not only beautiful in melody, meaning but also in its mathematical complexity

  6. Richard says:

    Hello, I like another fan was wondering what titled music was playing when they were flying to the moon, it also was played during credits when I last saw the movie on demand awhile ago. Thnx