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Details about “Eclipse” soundtrack to be released on 5/12 at 8AM PST

By Kim Palacios

HollywoodNews.com: We have waited many moons for details on the soundtrack for “Eclipse”, and it seems our wait will soon be over.

Tomorrow at 8AM PST, the full track listing will be announced gradually throughout the day via MySpace, reports Entertainment Weekly.

Thus far, the only information that has been confirmed was that a new track by Muse, “Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)”, would be the first single on the soundtrack for “Eclipse”. This tidbit was revealed last week on Stephenie Meyer’s official web site. Muse’s “Supermassive Black Hole” was on the “Twilight” soundtrack and Meyer is known to be an enormous fan of the band.

Aside from the lone, late-coming announcement, fans have had only speculation to keep them warm. The announcement that Muse was coming back as a repeat band sparked hope that perhaps other bands would return as well. Paramore’s “Decode” was well-liked, as was Robert Pattinson’s contributions of original songs, “Never Think” and “Let Me Sign”. Another bands that has been mentioned (perhaps out of sheer hope alone) is Jackson Rathbone’s band, 100 Monkeys, whose 2009 and 2010 tour gained in both momentum and recognition for the band.

Adam Lambert also commented in late 2009 that he wouldn’t mind a spot on one of the Twilight movies’ soundtracks. Of his song “Suburban Decay”, Lambert told MTV News “It’s a great song and I hope to perform it someday, and I think it will find a home, on a soundtrack or something … maybe ‘Twilight.” There have been no credible leaks about Lambert’s possible participation on the album since then. I guess we’ll all find out tomorrow!

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4 Comments

  • May 11, 2010 | Permalink |

    If ADAM LAMBERT and MUSE were BOTH on the soundtrack I might consider buying it. Being a LAMBERT fan and a somewhat MUSE fan those are the ONLY artists I would consider …………… the rest of those mentioned don’t faze me at all.

  • May 12, 2010 | Permalink |

    Who is that band in the picture. That guy in the middle is really odd looking. He looks like a bird.

  • May 12, 2010 | Permalink |

    The eclipse crew would be downright INSANE to not put Adam’s brilliant, amazing, dynamic voice on their soundtrack. It would be an honor and a privelage for them to have such a talented artist pitch such a well suited song for them. What a waste of a once in a lifetime opportunity that would be. As much as muse, paramore, etc. would contribute to their soundtrack, it would be nothing without Adam Lambert’s genius.

  • May 12, 2010 | Permalink |

    Well … according to myspacemusic … out of the 15 tracks the only RECOGNIZABLE artist .. to me at least … is MUSE … so this is definitely NOT one of my MUST HAVES for this movie … so NO THANX … I’ll PASS!!

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