Track listing for Game of Thrones season 7 soundtrack released

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There is still little information about the digital download of the Game Of Thrones season 7 soundtrack that will be available tomorrow, Aug. 25, but the track listing for the audio CD is now available on Amazon — and a handful of tracks were available on YouTube.

There’s plenty to speculate on, given the titles:

  1. Main Title
  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

As of press time, nine tracks — “I Am the Storm,” “Against All Odds,” “The Long Farewell,” “Message for Cersei,” “Ironborn,” “Casterly Rock,” “Spoils of War, Pt. 2” “Winter Is Here” and “See You for What You Are” — were the ones available on YouTube.

While many of these track titles relate to either season 7 episode titles, situations we’ve seen the characters in and even words or phrases that have already been spoken, there are two that stand out as things we haven’t heard referenced yet: “No One Walks Away From Me” and “Truth.”

The latter might refer to Jon Snow finding out his true parentage, which jives with an image or two from the upcoming season finale, “The Dragon and the Wolf,” that feature Bran, who we haven’t seen in several episodes. Will Bran have another vision, this time of Rhaegar Targaryen (the dragon) and Lyanna Stark (the wolf) married in their secret Dorne ceremony? Will he get word to Jon about what he saw? Or will it be both?

As for “No One Walks Away From Me,” it sounds like something Cersei would say to any number of people — but in this case, it could be that she’s saying it to Jaime, who (possible fatherhood or not) might have finally reached a breaking point with his twin. Several images from “The Dragon and the Wolf” show tense interactions between the two: one of them speaking near Cersei’s newly-painted map room, the other of Jaime glaring at his sister at the epic meeting between Westeros power players that has been teased in the episode trailer. Will Jaime add Queenslayer to his resume, or will something happen to our golden knight?

Pre-order for the audio CD, which will be released Sept. 29, is available via Amazon. The digital download likely will be available on iTunes, but we will keep our readers updated as soon as we find more information.

A special thanks to our reader Alex for this tip!

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    1. Although the music was understated in the first few episodes, ever since spoils of war the soundtrack has been very prominent and I’m definitely buying this as soon as it comes out.

      I’m looking forward to the last three tracks in particular.

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    2. “No One Walks Away From Me”…..wow…I agree, that sounds like Cersei. You can just hear her saying that and see the smirk on her face. It makes a whole lot of sense that she is saying that to Jamie.

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    3. After listening to it, “The Army of the Dead” might be the most intense track I’ve ever heard in GoT. That’s got to be at the wall.

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    4. I just listened to the entire soundtrack and while there is nothing as epic as “Light Of The Seven,” “The Army Of The Dead” is going to be set to an AMAZING scene I feel like.

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    5. The cello in “No One Walks Away from Me” <3333

      I am in a glass case of emotions right now. Album of the year tbh.

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    6. Where are you guys listening to the tracks?
      Are they posted and streaming somewhere?

      Oh never mind — you tube I missed that.

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    7. Dragonpit scene has apparently no track related. I wonder if there will sound themes already published or if there won’t be music at all.

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    8. I was able to find copy of “Truth” on YouTube, and my God. That is one truly beautiful piece of music. I’m going to be listening to it on repeat for the next hour.

      Ramin Djawadi, you prodigy. You genius. You did it again.

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    9. ‘Truth’ sounds something like a climax of Dany-Jon romance theme. Its happening peeps, brace yourselves 😉

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    10. ‘Truth’ and ‘See You For What You Are’ sound basically the same. I believe the latter was the music for Jon and Dany on the boat this past episode. If ‘Truth’ is for what we believe it is, it’s interesting. Both scenes featuring two separate Ice and Fire couples.

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    11. So what are the odds that “The Army of the Dead” is the last scene of the finale? The pause before the next musical section begins at 4:07 likely serves as the episode’s end credits. Should be one helluva cliffhanger ending if so!

      Guessing that “Winter Is Here” is a bonus track specific for the album, then.

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    12. Ginevra,

      Yeah, the copies got pulled from YouTube. HBO is ever vigilant.

      Oh well. We’ll be able to buy the soundtrack tomorrow anyway, and listen to it to our hearts’ content.

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    13. if you go to to your iTunes program, and change your country to something like Australia. Search for Game of thrones season 7 sountrack. Aside from it is available already for purchase (for people in timezones that are already Friday), you can hear a sample of each tracks.

      I tried with a PC, so not sure if is the same with a smartphone app

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    14. I really want Winter Is Here to feature in a scene rather than be a bonus track, it’s so eerily beautiful it would be a waste not to use it.

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    15. Just starting listening on Spotify! I tried to find it on iTunes but I couldn’t find it. Has anyone been able to purchase on iTunes yet?

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    16. I haven’t been hearing the score this season. That’s not a knock on Ramin, he hasn’t really had much to work with. If you don’t give composers big emotional moments or have suspenseful / dark / cosmic stuff going on on the screen, they’re going to be a bit hamstrung.

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    17. Ramin is King! Just another great soundtrack. Winter is Here is hauntingly beautiful. I can see this playing over the end credits.

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    18. Busmans,

      I have to relisten to them. I felt the same in Westworld, I was blown away by his score in the first 3-4 episodes which I thought were great (especially the pilot). As the series began to plummet, also felt like his score fell off the map too when not given enough to work with.

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    19. Just listened to the whole score whilst on dinner and am now late because I kept relistening to Truth what a beautiful piece of music. I cannot wait for Monday and it’s Bank Holiday weekend so it’s bound to drag 🙁

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    20. “Truth” is absolutely amazing. I love the new Dany/Jon love theme. I’m imagining some parallel shots of Rhaegar/Lyanna and Dany/Jon for this music and I hope I’m right!

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    21. Lady Snow,

      Yes, I bought it at 7:05 am Atlantic time from iTunes. You had to scroll through all of Djawadi’s albums in the store to find it as they are not listed latest first. (or at least, I had to…)

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