‘Batman vs Superman’ Leaked Soundtrack Revealed; Where to Listen?

Batman vs Superman

The much-awaited DC Film “Batman vs Superman” is still more than a month away but the studio behind the film is feeling generous by offering fans previews of the film’s many aspects.

One of the recent releases is a preview of a track from the musical score for “Batman vs Superman” called “The Red Capes are Coming”.

Bleeding Cool News details that the track was composed by Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL and released by WaterTower Music. Based on its title, a line spoken by the villainous Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) and seen in the trailer, the music may be cued in one of the climactic scenes in the film involving Batman’s (Ben Affleck) battle with Superman (Henry Cavill).

Meanwhile, Superherohype relays that the “Batman vs Superman” soundtrack is now available for pre-order and comes in different platforms, including a CD version, a digital one, and a Limited Edition 3-disc Deluxe vinyl. The website further lists that the deluxe versions come with more than 90 minutes of music, five additional tracks, liner notes from the composers and even a fold-out poster.

IGN mentions that the “Batman vs Superman” soundtrack officially releases on March 18 and offers a list of the tracks available, which can be seen below.

  • Beautiful Lie
  • Their War Here
  • The Red Capes Are Coming
  • Day Of The Dead
  • Must There Be A Superman?
  • New Rules
  • Do You Bleed?
  • Problems Up Her
  • Black and Blue Tuesday
  • Is She With You?
  • This Is My World
  • Men Are Still Good (The Batman Suite)

You can visit IGN and listen to the preview track here.

“Batman vs Superman”, which promises a clash between DC Comics’ 2 biggest heroes, is among the highly-anticipated films of the year. It stars Ben Affleck and Henry Cavill as the movie’s 2 battling forces, and features Gal Gadot’s first appearance as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince. The film also sees the return of Amy Adams, Diane Lane, and Laurence Fishburne from “Man of Steel” and features Jesse Eisenberg in a villainous role.

While recent reports suggest that the film received a muted response from internal screenings, the real verdict will still come from the fans and audience when “Batman vs Superman” hits theatres on March 25, 2016.

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