jack-ryanVarese Sarabande has announced the details of the soundtrack album for the action thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. The album features the film’s original music composed by Academy Award nominee Patrick Doyle (Thor, Sense and Sensibility, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire). The soundtrack will be released physically on February 4, 2014 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit based on the character created by bestselling author Tom Clancy is directed by Kenneth Branagh and stars Chris Pine, Keira Knightley, Kevin Costner, as well as Branagh himself. The thriller centers on the CIA agent as he uncovers a financial terrorist plot and follows him from 9/11, through his tour of duty in Afghanistan and into his early days in the Financial Intelligence Unit of the modern CIA where he becomes an analyst. The movie will be released nationwide on January 17, 2014 by Paramount Pictures. For more information about the film, visit the official movie website.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Flying Over Afghanistan (2:43)
2. The United Nations (2:42)
3. Shadow Accounts (2:54)
4. The Window Reflection (1:51)
5. Rooftop Call (1:52)
6. Second Great Depression (3:19)
7. Faith Of Our Fathers (4:00)
8. Cheverin Meets Ryan (2:11)
9. Plan In A Van (1:51)
10. The Activation (2:19)
11. Aleksandr (1:54)
12. The Engagement (2:24)
13. Stealing The Data (7:59)
14. Get Out (4:19)
15. Moscow Car Chase (4:15)
16. The Lightbulb (4:37)
17. Unravelling The Data (4:37)
18. CIA Recruitment (1:41)
19. Chopper To NYC (1:40)
20. Bike Chase (3:47)
21. Jack And Aleksandr (3:15)
22. Picking This Life (1:04)
23. Ryan, Mr. President (3:28)
24. Shadow Recruit (2:30)

  1. Macejko says:

    Looking forward to this. I don’t understand why Doyle doesn’t get more assignments – he is easily one of the best film composers out there. His scores in recent years were all magnificent and for example his “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” should have won an Oscar. Fantastic score. Doyle’s take on action thriller sure will be a fresh listening experience.

  2. Glenn says:

    What was the operatic music that was being played near the end of the film when Kenneth Branaugh’s character is sitting in his office viewing his painting? It was the scene just before he gets killed.

  3. Glenn says:

    Same song, different artist. I eventually found out that the singer is Cecilia Bartoli. Jeff, thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

  4. Alex says:

    I am looking for the song when Jack and Kathy walked into the restaurant to meet Victor Cherevin. Anyone know?