Man Of Steel Soundtrack Listing Features Spoiler Bits, Raises Interesting Questions

cavill-man-of-steelTypically, the tracks on a soundtrack album are organised in screen order, effectively making the back-of-CD listing into a cryptic synopsis.

If that’s true of Hans Zimmer‘s score for Man of Steel, then it would appear the film is told in a somewhat non-linear fashion.

Here’s the full list of track titles, courtesy of Film Music Reporter. You may consider one or two of them to be spoilers, and they certainly hint at plot elements I had no idea of before.

  • Look To The Stars
  • Oil Rig
  • DNA
  • Goodbye My Son
  • If You Love These People
  • Krypton’s Last
  • Terraforming
  • Tornado
  • You Die Or I Do
  • Launch
  • Ignition
  • I Will Find Him
  • This Is Clark Kent
  • I Have So Many Questions
  • Flight
  • What Are You Going To Do When You Are Not Saving The World?
  • Man Of Steel (Hans’ Original Sketchbook)

And here are the bonus tracks available only in the ‘deluxe edition.’

  • Are You Listening, Clark?
  • General Zod
  • You Led Us Here
  • This Is Madness
  • Earth
  • Arcade

Excuse me terraforming what now?

Man of Steel is released on June 14th.  The soundtrack will be available from the 11th.

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