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Hear The Decemberists' Song For Hunger Games Soundtrack


If you have yet to be sucked into the addictive book series of The Hunger Games, you might want to after hearing this. As you may have heard, they’ve made a movie based on the books, and they recently released the tracklist for the film’s soundtrack. AND IT’S AWESOME. It’s an impressive collection of indie folk & alt country artists, featuring Arcade Fire, The Decemberists, The Civil Wars, Punch Brothers, and up-and-comers The Low Anthem (and even Kid Cudi?). You can pick up the soundtrack on March 20th, and Hunger Games will be in theaters on March 23rd.

Check out the tracklist below, and get a taste of the soundtrack here by listening to The Decemberists’ contribution, “One Engine.”

01. Arcade Fire “Abraham’s Daughter”

02. The Secret Sisters “Tomorrow Will Be Kinder”
03. Neko Case “Nothing To Remember”
04. Taylor Swift “Safe & Sound ft. The Civil Wars”
05. Kid Cudi “The Ruler and The Killer”
06. Punch Brothers “Dark Days”

07. The Decemberists “One Engine”
08. The Carolina Chocolate Drops “Daughter’s Lament”
09. The Civil Wars “Kingdom Come”
10. Glen Hansard “Take The Heartland”
11. Maroon 5 ft. Rozzi Crane “Come Away To The Water”
12. Miranda Lambert “Run Daddy Run ft. Pistol Annies”
13. Jayme Dee “Rules”

14. Taylor Swift “Eyes Open”
15. The Low Anthem “Lover Is Childlike”
16. Birdy “Just A Game



The Decemberists - "One Engine"






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02/24/2012 2:28PM
Hear The Decemberists' Song For Hunger Games Soundtrack
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02/25/2012 11:33AM
Wrong tracklist
This is the correct one: 1. Arcade Fire “Abraham’s Daughter” 2. The Secret Sisters “Tomorrow Will Be Kinder” 3. Neko Case “Nothing To Remember” 4. Taylor Swift “Safe & Sound ft. The Civil Wars” 5. Kid Cudi “The Ruler and The Killer” 6. Punch Brothers “Dark Days” 7. The Decemberists “One Engine” 8. The Carolina Chocolate Drops “Daughter’s Lament” 9. The Civil Wars “Kingdom Come” 10. Glen Hansard “Take The Heartland” 11. Maroon 5 ft. Rozzi Crane “Come Away To The Water” 12. Miranda Lambert “Run Daddy Run ft. Pistol Annies” 13. Jayme Dee “Rules” 14. Taylor Swift “Eyes Open” 15. The Low Anthem “Lover Is Childlike” 16. Birdy “Just A Game”
02/27/2012 11:51AM
Oops!
Looks like the tracklist was revised since we saw it. Thanks for the heads up!
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