The track list of the soundtrack album for the action sequel Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One has been revealed. The album features the film’s original music composed by Lorne Balfe (Black Widow, Top Gun: Maverick, Black Adam, His Dark Materials, Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, The LEGO Batman Movie, Bad Boys for Life) who previously scored 2018’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout. The soundtrack will be released digitally on Wednesday, July 12 by Sony Classical. Visit Amazon (or any other major digital music services) to stream/download the album and click here to listen to a first track. A CD version will be released on July 25 by La-La Land Records and is available to order on Amazon. Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One is co-written and directed by Christopher McQuarrie and stars Tom Cruise, Hayley Atwell, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg, Vanessa Kirby, Rebecca Ferguson and Henry Czerny. The movie follows Ethan Hunt and his IMF team embark as they track down a terrifying new weapon that threatens all of humanity before it falls into the wrong hands. The sequel will be released in theaters nationwide on July 12 by Paramount Pictures.

Here’s the album track list:

1. The Sevastopol (2:07)
2. The Phantom (3:05)
3. Collision Alarm (1:31)
4. A Ghost in the Machine (2:38)
5. The Sum of Our Choices (1:24)
6. Dead Reckoning Opening Titles (1:12)
7. The Entity (3:22)
8. Your Mission… (2:34)
9. This Is Not a Drill (2:13)
10. The Plot Thickens (8:21)
11. You Are Dunn (5:54)
12. Get Out Now (1:56)
13. A Colourful Past (3:11)
14. Rush Hour in Rome (3:33)
15. Roman Getaway (2:46)
16. You’re Driving (2:04)
17. Hit It (2:10)
18. He Calls Himself Gabriel (6:22)
19. A Most Probable Next (5:20)
20. Run As Far As You Can (1:59)
21. You Are Done (3:28)
22. Chasing Grace (2:51)
23. Was Hoping It’d Be You (1:41)
24. Ponte Dei Conzafelzi (2:19)
25. To Be a Ghost (2:21)
26. What Is Your Objective (4:27)
27. Murder and The Orient Express (3:34)
28. Mask of Lies (2:37)
29. I Missed the Train (3:05)
30. Key Details (3:36)
31. The Moment of Truth (2:17)
32. Should You Choose to Accept (1:59)
33. Leap of Faith (1:36)
34. Consequences (1:41)
35. You Stop the Train (3:48)
36. Chaos on the Line (2:48)
37. Countdown (2:54)
38. This Was the Plan (6:15)
39. Curtain Call (1:01)

  1. Dylan E. says:

    Sad that Lorne Balfe is the second recurring composer after Michael Giacchino to score a Mission: Impossible flick (especially with Christopher McQuarrie talking about getting new crew members for each installment he’s been apart of thus far).

  2. Pete says:

    Balfe is the best in the franchise.
    He has made the theme cinematic and epic

    • Darren says:

      Joe Kraemer did an excellent job in Rouge Nation. If he had been chosen for the rest of the film series, I bet we would have gotten some very amazing scores.

      • Dylan E. says:

        Ditto (sad to hear what happened to him behind the scenes).

      • Gary says:

        If Kramer is so great why doesn’t he get any big movies???
        Balfe has give the franchise a unique voice and there is a reason why he has written more films than any of the other composers .

        • Dylan E. says:

          I’d say Giacchino gave the series a more unique musical voice in the two installments he scored than Balfe.

          • Mike says:

            What Giacchino did was just like the tv show.
            Balfe has made it epic and timeless.Fallout was fantastic but now Dead Reakoning is another level.
            Many nods to Hermann and the golden era of film scoring.

          • Mamaluigi says:

            Maybe every composer gives the franchise a new voice and style

  3. JM says:

    I don’t understand how people can consider Balfe the best in the franchise. I’ve heard the score and I see not even one drop of originality. It’s just the same musical style he uses in every single film he scores…

  4. Malcom says:

    Blown away with this soundtrack.
    See it’s already number one in the charts !!and definitely deserves it.
    Most emotional score of the whole franchise.

  5. Sally-Ann says:

    Beautiful and such emotional from Lorne Balfe.