Epic Records has announced the official soundtrack album for Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049Hans Zimmer (InceptionThe Dark KnightGladiatorThe Lion King) and Benjamin Wallfisch (ItAnnabelle CreationHidden Figures) have composed the film’s original music. The soundtrack is now available to order as a limited edition 2-CD set by clicking here. A digital version is set to be released on October 5, 2017 (visit Amazon to download). Check back on this page for the full album details. Blade Runner 2049 starring Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis, Carla Juri, Lennie James, Dave Bautista and Jared Leto takes place thirty years after the events of the original film and follows a new blade runner who unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. The movie will be released on October 6, 2017 by Warner Bros. Pictures. Visit the official movie website for more information.

  1. Zach says:

    It is a good day.

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  3. Misael says:

    And it’s sold out, wonder what kind of goodies this edition will have, the cover is just the regular poster cropped. Hope the contents and the music is at least worthy of the “limited edition” label considering how few copies there are.

  4. Will there be a vinyl version of Bladerunner 2049

  5. Maxime Blarel says:

    lol CD in 2017 is useless…

    • oldboy says:

      lol you at any ages are useless…

    • Fil says:

      You are so stupid!
      You are the new age of “own nothing – rent everthing and be Nothing!”.

      Reasons to own physical media:
      – I want to own something
      – I want to use something without the need of “internet connection”
      – I want to hear the music even if my “internet connection” is broken
      – I am a real collector and not a “hoarder of TBytes”
      – In some countries an internet connection is limited (Bandwith, max GB of downloads or its very expensive etc)

      – some things disappear from net or are not available in better quality than before

      and 22 other reasons

  6. oldboy says:

    lol you at any ages are useless…

  7. Neo says:

    Are you kidding? What kind of bullshit is this? Only 2,049 copies made of each Edition? Marketing stupidity. Just produce tons of copies! Or do you offer Studio High Quality .wav Data?

  8. SteveB says:

    Blade Runner Store, C/O Brewery ? Tried to purchase one CD , with PayPal, transaction stopped by PayPal. ?????

  9. elektrolad says:

    Who cares about limited edition artwork anyway? You can’t listen to that. Epic is making a big mistake if they don’t release this to the masses. They just piss people off when they do crap like this. Perhaps it will pop up overseas. There’s always the p2ps. Btw, I have been buying cds for over 30 years. I own over 10k. Same with records. Been collecting most of my life and have over 10k. Music sounds so much better when played through a hi-fi with good (big) speakers. Playing a lossy, compressed file on a phone is not for a true music lover. The next playback system will put your mp3s to shame.

  10. rmcken says:

    Why is the soundtrack not widely available on CD ?
    We’re not ALL bots, buying something in the cloud that only other people control.