The full details of the soundtrack album for Disney’s fantasy adventure Artemis Fowl have been revealed. The album features the film’s original music composed by Academy Award nominee Patrick Doyle (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Thor, Cinderella, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Brave, Sense and Sensibility, Murder on the Orient Express). The soundtrack will released digitally tomorrow, June 12 by Walt Disney Records and will be available to stream/download here. Artemis Fowl is directed by Kenneth Branagh and stars Ferdia Shaw, Lara McDonnell, Josh Gad, Tamara Smart, Nonso Anozie, Josh McGuire, Nikesh Patel, Adrian Scarborough and Miranda Raison, as well as Colin Farrell and Judi Dench. The movie is based on the book of the same title by Eoin Colfer and follows the journey of a 12-year-old genius, a descendant of a long line of criminal masterminds, as he seeks to find his father who has mysteriously disappeared. The film will premiere tomorrow exclusively on Disney+.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Father and Son (3:44)
2. Talented Tunneller (2:45)
3. Surfing (1:37)
4. Therapy (1:43)
5. Time to Believe (2:26)
6. Haven City (1:58)
7. Commander Root (1:28)
8. You’re Not Going (1:36)
9. Do Not Engage (1:34)
10. To the Surface (2:24)
11. Containment (2:03)
12. Full Scale Recovery (1:41)
13. Battle Stations (3:39)
14. Fairy Fight (1:03)
15. Negotiation (1:07)
16. The Artist (1:08)
17. We Meet Again (1:38)
18. Beechwood Short (1:01)
19. The Aculos (2:08)
20. New Recruit (1:54)
21. Troll Fight (2:21)
22. The Fatal Blow (2:08)
23. Collapse (2:28)
24. Fairy Dust (1:45)
25. Bring Him Back (2:12)
26. A Dear Friend (2:58)
27. Worth Fighting For (2:36)
28. That’s My Ride (2:54)

  1. Penderghast says:

    Honestly, Doyle is probably the most underrated composer working today. He can elevate even the most crap-tastic movie with his bombastic score (case in point – Eragon), and basically, the man can compose like nobody’s business. To think that Michael Giacchino had ruined the legacy of his amazing Rise of the Planet of the Apes score so much, yet it his him who gets tons and tons of work while Doyle is being hired virtually only by Kenneth Branagh, is pretty much criminal in my eyes.
    Rant over.

    • Farraday says:

      Interesting thoughts, I have to disagree though. I don’t think Doyle is one of the better composers. I like his Planet of the Apes score, but I think Giacchino outdid him easily. Overall I think Giacchino is a way better composer. Of course, thats just my opinion.

      • Penderghast says:

        Even though I disagree with you, I like how you worded your response. I respect that and your opinion as well.

        • Tod Spango says:

          I do also think he is shamefully underrated – you only need to listen to his scores Frankenstein or Great Expectations which I consider two of my alltime favourites.