Game of Thrones Season 7 Soundtrack Available Online; Soon on CD and Vinyl!

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Yesterday we learned the track listing for the Game of Thrones season seven soundtrack by Ramin Djawadi, and today it’s already here! Well, sort of. You can currently purchase the soundtrack online, and physical versions will be available soon. More below the cut!

Today, Game of Thrones (Music from the HBO® Series) Season 7 was released – that is, the new soundtrack featuring music from the show by composer Ramin Djawadi. The 24-track album is now available digitally and on streaming services, and will arrive in physical formats soon: the soundtrack will be available on CD on September 29 (it can be pre-ordered already, in fact,) and on a double vinyl set later this year.

Here are, again, the 24 tracks of the season seven soundtrack:

1. Main Titles
2. Dragonstone
3. Shall We Begin?
4. The Queen’s Justice
5. A Game I Like to Play
6. I Am the Storm
7. The Gift
8. Dragonglass
9. Spoils of War (Pt. 1)
10. Spoils of War (Pt. 2)
11. The Dagger
12. Home
13. Gorgeous Beasts
14. The Long Farewell
15. Against All Odds
16. See You for What You Are
17. Casterly Rock
18. A Lion’s Legacy
19. Message for Cersei
20. Ironborn
21. No One Walks Away from Me
22. Truth
23. The Army of the Dead
24. Winter Is Here

If you want to go in-depth into the possible meanings and context of some of these themes, especially the ones we haven’t heard in the show yet, go here!

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    1. “Dragonstone” i think is the definitive Daenerys track!
      All in all, a subpar OST in comparison to the general epicness of the score composed for Season 6

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    2. Vinga,

      after a couple listens its still not QUITE ahead of Light of the Seven for me… but its giving it a run for its money!!.. it is hauntingly beautiful

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    3. Downloaded!!! Which ones are the finale ones? Truth and Let’s Burn Them All Up? Err, Truth and No One Walks Away from Me? Are there others?

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    4. “No One Walks Away from Me”

      I bet Cersei and Jaime’s confrontation is going to be charged and emotional… I want to see Lena and Nicolaj get a chance to unleash their full acting range. The two best characters on the show IMO

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    5. I just bought it. It’s transcendent. I’m going to be listening to it all day. Every year, I say that Ramin Djawadi has delivered perhaps his best work yet. Seven seasons in, he’s still finding new ways to top himself. That’s what true geniuses do.

      I was already enamored with several pieces that we’ve already heard this season, namely “Dragonstone”, “Dragonglass”, “Spoils of War, Pt. 1”, “Spoils of War, Pt. 2”, and “Against All Odds”. But there are several tracks here that we haven’t yet heard in the show, which likely means that we’ll hear them in the finale. If that’s the chase, then Ramin has truly saved his best for last.

      “Truth” is achingly, hauntingly, almost impossibly beautiful. One of my favorite pieces of music Ramin has ever done. Nothing will likely ever top “Light of the Seven”, but this one is at least in the same ballpark.

      And “Army of the Dead” is metal as fuck. If it signifies what I expect it does, that scene will be terrifying to witness.

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    6. I’m currently up to track 16, “See You For What You Are”. Being able to just concentrate on the music (without the distraction of the show!), it’s interesting to hear how Djawadi subtly blended together some elements of both the Stark and Targaryen leitmotivs here.

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    7. Ginevra,

      As best as I can tell, the following tracks are from the finale (or, at the very least, I don’t explicitly recognize them from earlier scenes this season).

      “A Game I Like to Play”
      “The Dagger”
      “Ironborn”
      “No One Walks Away From Me”
      “Truth”
      “Army of the Dead”
      “Winter is Here” (although this one sounds like one of those bonus, album-only tracks that may not be in the show, like “For the Realm” in S3 and “Throne for the Game” in S5).

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    8. Nothing new here. Ramin once again shows that he’s one of the most talented in his field. The ability to produce such beautiful and moving music is astounding. ” Truth” is very sonically pleasing and gorgeous.

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    9. These are the tracks that I believe we’ve already heard:

      “Main Title” – Obviously
      “Dragonstone” – Dany’s arrival on Dragonstone (Episode 1)
      “Shall We Begin?” – Closing credits music for Episode 1
      “The Queen’s Justice” – Closing credits music for Episode 3
      “I Am the Storm” – Euron’s attack on Yara and Theon’s fleet (Episode 2)
      “The Gift” – Euron marching Ellaria and Tyene through King’s Landing to deliver them to Cersei (Episode 3)
      “Dragonglass” – Jon and Dany in the dragonglass cave (Episode 4)
      “Spoils of War, Pt. 1” – First part of the Field of Fire (Episode 4)
      “Spoils of War, Pt. 2” – Second part of the Field of Fire (Episode 4)
      “Home” – Arya returns home to Winterfell (Episode 4)
      “Gorgeous Beasts” – Jon touches Drogon as Dany looks on (Episode 5)
      “The Long Farewell” – Cersei poisons Tyene in front of Ellaria (Episode 3)
      “Against All Odds” – Jon and the others on the Frozen Lake (Episode 6)
      “See You For What You Are” – Jon and Dany in the ship cabin/Jon and Dany love theme (Episode 6)
      “Casterly Rock” – The Unsullied take the Rock (Episode 3)
      “A Lion’s Legacy” – Jaime and the Lannisters take Highgarden (Episode 3)
      “Message for Cersei” – Olenna’s death scene (Episode 3)

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    10. Which of these songs have we not heard yet?? I’m trying to get as much episode 7 material and not get completely spoiled lol

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    11. Dragonwolf:
      “No One Walks Away from Me”
      Cersei to Jaime after he leaves her?

      “Truth”
      Bran is telling Jon some truth?

      I would prefer to see “no one” walk towards Cersei and take her ass out

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    12. Jared:
      Ginevra,

      As best as I can tell, the following tracks are from the finale (or, at the very least, I don’t explicitly recognize them from earlier scenes this season).

      “A Game I Like to Play”
      “The Dagger”
      “Ironborn”
      “No One Walks Away From Me”
      “Truth”
      “Army of the Dead”
      “Winter is Here” (although this one sounds like one of those bonus, album-only tracks that may not be in the show, like “For the Realm” in S3 and “Throne for the Game” in S5).

      Woohoo! Thank you greatly, Jared. I’ve got my new playlist, “The Dragon and the Wolf,” which I’ll be shuffling continuously for the next 52 hours!!! Well, I do have a couple of other things to do, but I hope to give many hours to listening in the background.

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    13. I don’t want to spoil anything for the finale, but I am very interested in hearing “Truth”, Hope it’s as beautiful as people are describing it!

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