Milan Records will a soundtrack album for the Netflix original film Fear Street Part 1: 1994. The album features the original music from the first part of the Fear Street trilogy composed by Marco Beltrami (Logan, A Quiet Place, 3:10 to Yuma, Scream, Ford v. Ferrari, The Hurt Locker) & Marcus Trumpp (Love and Monsters, The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death, Little Evil). The soundtrack will be released digitally tomorrow, July 2 and will be available to stream/download here, where you can also check out audio samples. Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is directed by Leigh Janiak and stars Kiana Madeira, Olivia Scott Welch, Benjamin Flores Jr., Fred Hechinger, Julia Rehwald, Ashley Zukerman, Maya Hawke, Darrell Britt-Gibson, Jordana Spiro and Jordyn DiNatale. The movie based on R.L. Stine’s bestselling novels follows a teen and her friends as they take on an evil force that’s plagued their notorious town for centuries. The film will premiere tomorrow exclusively on Netflix.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Mall Massacre (3:53)
2. Main Titles (2:07)
3. Morning in Shadyside (2:00)
4. Candlelight Vigil (3:16)
5. Stop the Bus (1:36)
6. Goode in the Woods (1:50)
7. Some Creeper (1:58)
8. Skullmask (2:46)
9. Sheriff Goode (2:45)
10. Reminder of Us (3:41)
11. Bathroom Blowout (2:31)
12. Sam Bait (2:27)
13. Berman is the Key – Marco Beltrami & Brandon Roberts (2:29)
14. Market Massacre (6:26)
15. Bring Her Back (2:11)
16. See You Tonight (1:32)
17. Sam Attack (1:26)

  1. Luiz Gustavo Duboc says:

    I would like to know If there one possibility for that trilogy be released on Blu Ray? Because i have a good home theater and i think that trilogy Will be deserve be released on Blu Ray. I am super fan that trilogy. Luiz Gustavo Duboc

    • Will C says:

      At this period in time, I sincerely doubt it. The only time Netflix series/shows end up on home video is either if they’re co-distributed by companies that do home video releases or if Netflix leases them to Criterion. I’m of the opinion there are many Netflix movies that would benefit from Shout! Factory Blu-ray releases and, while I couldn’t stand the first “Fear Street” because of the insufferable protagonist, it would be a good move for Netflix to lease them the rights because those would be pretty popular sellers.