valerian-planetsThe full details of the soundtrack album for Luc Besson’s fantasy adventure Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets have been revealed. The album features the film’s original score composed by Alexandre Desplat (The Grand Budapest HotelThe King’s SpeechHarry Potter and the Deathly HallowsGodzillaThe Queen). Also included are the original tracks A Million On My Soul performed by Alexiane (composed & produced by Stargate), as well as Bubble Dance by Julien Rey (produced by DJ Mustard). Also featured is the movie’s opening credits song, David Bowie’s Space Oddity and Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Jamming. The soundtrack will be released on July 21, 2017 by EuropaCorp and is now available for pre-order on AmazonValerian and the City of a Thousand Planet starring Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen, Rihanna, Ethan Hawke, Herbie Hancock, Kris Wu and Rutger Hauer will be released in theaters nationwide on July 21 by STX Entertainment. Visit the official movie website for updates.

Here’s the album track list (updated on June 12, 2017):

Disc 1:

1. Big Market (2:05)
2. Space Oddity – David Bowie (5:18)
3. I Feel Everything – Cara Delevingne (3:02)
4. Jamming – Bob Marley (3:19)
5. Bus Attack (3:08)
6. We Trying to Stay Alive – Wyclef Jean (3:13)
7. Arriving on Alpha (2:06)
8. A Million on My Soul (Radio Edit) – Alexiane (2:59)
9. Rappcats (Instrumental) – Quasimoto (2:02)
10. Bubble Dance – Julien Rey (2:25)
11. Spaceship Chase (3:33)
12. The World (Is Going up in Flames) – Charles Bradley (3:22)
13. A Million on My Soul – Alexiane (4:07)

Disc 2:

1. Medusa (1:59)
2. Pearls On Mul (7:36)
3. Reading the Memo (1:23)
4. Flight Above the Big Market (2:44)
5. Showtime (2:38)
6. Valerian In Trouble (1:38)
7. Pearls Attack (4:05)
8. Valerian’s Armor (2:09)
9. Submarine (3:00)
10. Shoot (1:35)
11. Fishing for Butterflies (1:58)
12. Le souper du Roi (1:59)
13. Boulanbator Combat (3:02)
14. Bubble (2:32)
15. Pearl’s World (6:24)
16. The City of 1000 Planets (3:50)
17. I Am a Soldier (2:04)
18. Pearl’s Power (1:49)
19. Final Combat (7:06)

  1. Bernd-Helmut Heine says:

    Although I´m still a bit disappointed that Besson (for the first time) didn´t choose his regular collaborator Serra, my expectations are quite high for this release. It really has the potential for being one of the best soundtracks of this summer season – along with Tyler´s “Mummy” and Giacchino´s “Spiderman”!

  2. Maurice Hogue says:

    I would have preferred Eric Serra as the musical genius for this film. I am highly anticipating the movie. For me, the music included in all of Luc Besson’s films, and most especially The Fifth Element and Nikita are some of my all time favorites. I can’t imagine anyone besting Serra’s score for The Fifth Element.