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WaterTower Music is elated to announce today’s release of the soundtrack to Warner Bros. Pictures’ film “The Flash”. Directed by Andy Muschietti (the “IT” films, “Mama”), “The Flash” is now in theaters.
“The Flash” serves as the DC Super Hero’s first-ever standalone feature film, and sees Director Muschietti reunite with noted collaborator, two-time GRAMMY- and BAFTA-nominated composer Benjamin Wallfisch (the “IT” films, “Shazam,” “Blade Runner 2049” [with Hans Zimmer]), who created all of the music found on The Flash (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). Fans got an enthusiastic taste of the highly anticipated soundtrack over the past few weeks with the early release of four tracks: “Worlds Collide”, “Run”, “I Am Batman” and “Sounds About Right, Bruce, and can now hear the entire, 43-track soundtrack, which is currently available for digital purchase and streaming, and available as a preorder for Triple LP, Two-Color Vinyl and Double CD.

Benjamin Wallfisch discussed working with Andy Muschietti: “Andy has created something truly incredible with this movie, and as always I was honored to have been invited to be a part of his creative family. It’s not only one of the most spectacular and exciting superhero films ever made, everything is drawn together by a powerful emotional core which motivated the earliest sketches Andy and I worked on together, all the way back in 2020.”

Wallfisch further reflected on the film and the music of “The Flash.” “The movie is also of course a love letter to the legacy of DC, right back to its earliest origins, and one of the most exciting challenges for me was to celebrate that history, whilst still looking to the future with completely new material. I’d also like to highlight the incredible musicians who performed this music with such unbelievable virtuosity, fire and commitment. The movie challenged us to attempt the near-impossible, and at every turn our orchestra not only met but exceeded what we might have imagined. A huge thank you to Andy, Barbara and everyone at DC and Warner Bros. for this amazing journey.”
The Flash (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) with music by Benjamin Wallfisch, is now available digitally and as a Triple Vinyl and Double CD preorder, and the track list is as follows:

  1. Are You Actively Eating That Candy Bar?
  2. Sounds About Right, Bruce
  3. Collapsing East Wing
  4. Baby Shower
  5. Nora
  6. Run
  7. Not This Time, Kid
  8. Can of Tomatoes
  9. See You Soon
  10. Please Work
  11. Today's the Day
  12. Phasing
  13. Escape from the Lab
  14. Zod
  15. What Is This Place?
  16. Spaghetti
  17. Into the Batcave
  18. I Loved You First
  19. Fate
  20. I Am Batman
  21. Batdoneon
  22. Kal-El?
  23. Escape from Siberia
  24. Now We Try Not to Die
  25. Supergirl
  26. Want Some Help?
  27. I Gave You a Warning
  28. What Could Go Wrong?
  29. Let's Get Electrocuted
  30. I've Got You
  31. You Wanna Get Nuts?
  32. Let's Get Nuts
  33. Cyclonic Diversion
  34. I'm Not Going Alone
  35. We Can Fix This
  36. Inevitable Intersection
  37. We Can Save Her
  38. The Dark Flash
  39. Worlds Collide (Superman Version)
  40. You're My Hero
  41. Into the Singularity
  42. Call Me
  43. Worlds Collide

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