Maisie Music Publishing will release a soundtrack album for the Netflix limited series The Queen’s Gambit. The album features the show’s original music composed by Emmy Award winner Carlos Rafael Rivera (Godless, A Walk Among the Tombstones). The soundtrack will be released digitally tomorrow, October 23 and will be available to stream/download here, where you can also listen to audio clips. The Queen’s Gambit is developed by Scott Frank & Allan Scott and stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Moses Ingram, Rebecca Root, Bill Camp, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Marielle Heller, Harry Melling, Christiane Seidel, Isla Johnston, Chloe Pirrie and Jacob Fortune-Lloyd. The 7-part drama, directed by Frank is based on the novel of the same name by Walter Tevis and tells the story of an orphan chess prodigy who struggles with addiction in a quest to become the greatest chess player in the world. The series will premiere tomorrow exclusively on Netflix.

Here’s the track list of the album:

1. Main Title (1:49)
2. Beth’s Story (2:07)
3. Methuen Home For Children 1957 (1:14)
4. The Scholar’s Mate (1:18)
5. You’re Gloating (1:06)
6. Training With Mr. Schaibel (3:04)
7. Am I Good Enough Now? (1:18)
8. Playing Mr. Ganz (1:36)
9. Ceiling Games (2:17)
10. First Day At School (1:12)
11. The Green Pills (1:30)
12. Kentucky State Championship 1963 (1:12)
13. Top Boards (1:01)
14. Playing Townes (3:45)
15. Playing Beltik (3:10)
16. The Lake – Cincinnati (1:48)
17. Playing Benny – Las Vegas 1966 (4:28)
18. Two Sides Of The Same Coin (2:47)
19. Mexico City Invitational 1966 (2:21)
20. Playing Girev I (2:01)
21. Playing Girev II (2:23)
22. Borgov I (3:37)
23. Beth Alone (2:02)
24. Ohio US Championship 1967 (1:40)
25. New York (1:09)
26. Training With Benny (2:15)
27. Paris Tournament 1967 (2:26)
28. Borgov II (2:27)
29. Jolene! (1:55)
30. Returning To Methuen (1:10)
31. Point (2:05)
32. USSR (1:06)
33. Moscow Invitational 1968 (7:27)
34. Close Your Eyes (2:31)
35. Borgov III (3:09)
36. The Final Game (7:23)
37. Take It, It’s Yours (2:07)
38. Sygrayem (Let’s Play) (2:11)