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New “Robin Hood” Releases Original Soundtrack Ahead of Theatrical Bow

Those of you who love the music in The Greatest Showman have a reason to get excited - Joseph Trapanese, the composer behind that film’s score, has just released his newest track for the upcoming Otto Bathurst directed and Taron Egerton starring Robin Hood.

The film, which follows Robin of Loxley and his Moorish commander as they revolt against the evil corruption that exists within the English crown, is said to be a modern take on the ageless classic.  Complete with high energy fight sequences and helpless romance, the film appears to be a lot of fun and excitement, and the studio needed a score that could match the new take step for step.

Robin Hood Soundtrack Cover

In addition to Trapanese’s work on The Greatest Showman, the legendary composer has also crafted the scores for such high profile films as Tron: Legacy, Straight Outta Compton, and multiple entries in the Divergent franchise.

Check out the complete track list for the soundtrack below, which is currently available on all streaming platforms.  The film itself will hit theaters Wednesday.

1. Loxley Manor
2. Syria
3. Marion Looks for Rob
4. My Son
5. Return to England
6. Rob Inspired
7. Nottingham
8. Sheriff Intro
9. Follow the Money
10. Becoming a Thief
11. First Heists
12. Becoming a Hero
13. Money to the People
14. Rob Goes Big
15. The Treasury
16. Becoming the Hood
17. Attacking the Slags
18. Horse Chase
19. Sacrifice
20. Rob Inspires the People
21. Here’s the Plan
22. Devil’s Work Undone
23. City Siege
24. Escape to Sherwood
25. Viktor (Bonus Track)  Preformed by Bonnie Brae

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