As promised by Trent Reznor, tons of details on his six LP, 39-track OST for The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo have been revealed tonight, including a particularly special surprise. Composed with his cohort of the Oscar-winning The Social Network score Atticus Ross, we have a song to stream now, as well as the full tracklist, pre-order details, party announcement and much more. We’ll kick things off with a message from Trent Reznor himself on his official site:
For the last fourteen months Atticus and I have been hard at work on David Fincher’s “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”. We laughed, we cried, we lost our minds and in the process made some of the most beautiful and disturbing music of our careers. The result is a sprawling three-hour opus that I am happy to announce is available for pre-order right now for as low as $11.99. The full release will be available in one week – December 9th.
Update: One can now stream the eight-minute trailer below.
First up, heard in the epic red band teaser trailer, the full Immigrant Song cover by Trent Reznor and Karen O. can be streamed below or when you pre-order the album on iTunes, or just buy separately for 99 cents. Stream it below, followed by the tracklist and cover art and much, much more.
The iTunes pre-order mentioned above is only one option. On the official website, Reznor has revealed four editions. The deluxe will run you $300 and includes the following:
- Choice of Apple Lossless, FLAC or 320 kbps MP3
- The full album on six pieces of 180 gram vinyl
- Deluxe book package with metal cover in a hard plastic “ice” slip cover
- Exclusive custom 8gb metal razor blade USB pendant, inspired by Lisbeth’s razor blade necklace
- USB drive contains the full album in high-fidelity 96k audio
- Fold-out poster by Neil Kellerhouse
- Numbered limited edition of 3000
- Personally signed by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
- Ships February 6, 2012
Then there are digital and CD versions which cost $12-14 dollars and also arrive on December 9th. Check out those details below.
320 kbps MP3 – Delivered via download link in your receipt on Fri. Dec. 9th
HD Digital: $14
Choice of Apple Lossless or FLAC – Delivered via download link in your receipt on Fri. Dec. 9th
The full album on three CDs
Eight panel digipak with custom “ice” slipcase
Six panel insert
Includes digital version delivered in 320 kbps MP3 on Fri. Dec. 9th
You can even download a six-song, 35-minute sampler on the site or stream it below. Followed by that, we have the full tracklist.
1. Immigrant Song
2. She Reminds Me Of You
3. People Lie All The Time
4. Pinned and Mounted
6. What If We Could?
7. With the Flies
8. Hidden In Snow
9. A Thousand Details
10. One Particular Moment
11. I Can’t Take It Anymore
12. How Brittle The Bones
13. Please Take Your Hand Away
14. Cut Into Pieces
15. The Splinter
16. An Itch
18. Under the Midnight Sun
20. You’re Here
21. The Same As the Others
22. A Pause for Reflection
23. While Waiting
24. The Seconds Drag
25. Later Into the Night
26. Parallel Timeline (Alternate Outcome)
27. Another Way of Caring
28. A Viable Construct
29. Revealed In the Thaw
31. We Could Wait Forever
33. Great Bird of Prey
34. The Heretics
35. A Pair of Doves
37. The Sound Of Forgetting
38. Of Secrets
39. Is Your Love Strong Enough?
As if this is not enough, Reznor has also revealed some sort of pre-party related to the Dragon Tattoo premiere in some cities. Check out the site here, which lists dates in Stockholm, Chicago, New York, London, Los Angeles. You can RSVP on the site for Stockholm, with the rest coming soon.
Directed by David Fincher and starring Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara, Christopher Plummer, Stellan Skarsgård, Steven Berkoff, Robin Wright, Yorick van Wageningen, Joely Richardson, Alan Dale and many more, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo arrives in theaters on December 21st, 2011.
Which OST version did you pre-order? Are you a fan of the full Immigrant Song?
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