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Bruno Mars single to feature on Twilight “Breaking Dawn” soundtrack

By Kim Palacios

hollywoodnews.com: The “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1” soundtrack will be announced on Monday, September 26th, according to the official Twilight Saga Facebook and Twitter pages. Yet, one song has already been announced: Bruno Mars’ “It Will Rain” will be the first single to feature on the album.

The single will be released via iTunes on September 27th in every country except for the U.K, which will get the song in Early November. Per Billboard, Mars commented that “It Will Rain” will appear only on the “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” soundtrack, and not on his own second album. “I personally think if I did this for the ‘Twilight’ soundtrack, then this is for the ‘Twilight’ soundtrack,” said Mars. “This is not for my album.”

Among other artists who fans will be looking for are Robert Pattinson (who played on the “Twilight” soundtrack and who was rumored to have recently spent time in the recording studio), and Muse (author Stephenie Meyer’s favorite band, who has featured on the soundtrack for all other Twilight Saga movies thus far). The soundtrack, in its entirety, will be available for purchase on November 8th.

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