Tomorrow (Monday) the full track list for the official Breaking Dawn part 1 soundtrack will be released. In the meantime, the folks from TwiExaminer asked, ‘Who do you want to see on the official soundtrack?’ Below were the fan responses:
1. Robert Pattinson – By far, the most suggested artist for Breaking Dawn‘s soundtrack is Robert Pattinson. It’s been a long while since he’s been on a film soundtrack, and many cite his inclusion on Twilight‘s as the very reason for its paramount success. His recent performance for “Songs From a Room” suggests he’s still working on music, and we know he’ll at least perform something on-screen for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2. It’s no surprise his name was the most-suggested. His two songs from the Twilight soundtrack – “Let Me Sign” and “Never Think” – were both strong and elemental in the scenes which they accompanied.
2. Adele - Adele would be the Florence + the Machine of Breaking Dawn if she were included in it. She’s got a strong, exceedingly soulful voice and rhythm, and if she were to offer up something for the album, it’d definitely be magic. A lot of you want to hear that.
3. Collective Soul – Collective Soul was listed on several of Stephenie Meyer’s book play lists, and they’ve got a good sound for Twilight. Like Linkin Park, one of their songs was included on the Twilight soundtrack, but they haven’t done anything original for the album series just yet. Many fans hope they will, this go-round.
4. Evanescence - Evanescence is a definite fan-favorite for the Breaking Dawn album. Their dark, tempered music is certainly befitting of the mood of the Twilight Saga, and front woman Amy Lee has admitted to being a fan. I’d say the chances that Evanescence could be included on the Twilight Breaking Dawn soundtrack are pretty high.
5. 100 Monkeys – Jackson Rathbone and his 100 Monkeys have become a staple of the Twilight series, even though they’ve yet to have a song on any soundtrack. The band has thrived despite intense filming schedules and location changes, and they’ve just completed a big tour across the United States. Their second album, “Liquid Zoo,” just made waves, and they’ve probably got something worth including on the Breaking Dawn album tucked away.
6. Blue October – There’s been a lot of back-and-forth between Justin Furstenfeld and Twilight. He and Stephenie Meyer have a great relationship – following his inclusion in her Breaking Dawn press tour in 2008 – but things just haven’t panned out for Blue October and the Saga‘s soundtracks yet. Many fans hope that Breaking Dawn will be the one that brings Blue October into the Twilight Saga musician manifold, once and for all.
Also, just for fun, leave who you think will be on the soundtrack on our Facebook wall HERE and tomorrow we’ll see if anyone guessed right!
The first song for the official Breaking Dawn part 1 soundtrack has been revealed!
From the official Bruno Mars website:
EXCLUSIVE ANNOUNCEMENT: New Bruno Mars single “It Will Rain” from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.
What do you all think of Bruno being on the soundtrack? Sound off on our Facebook page HERE!
From the Official Twilight Facebook regarding the Breaking Dawn soundtrack:
Twilight Saga Fan Exclusive! We’re excited to announce the official soundtrack will be available in stores and online on October 8! Who are you most excited to see on the album??? breakingdawnthesoundtrack.com/
Here’s an interview that MTV did with Bill Condon where thet chatted about the Breaking Dawn soundtrack!
100 Monkeys (a band that Jackson Rathbone is a member of) might appear on the Breaking Dawn soundtrack! “It could happen,” he said. “If we were approached, we wouldn’t say no.”
So listen up Summit, lets get these boys on a Breaking Dawn soundtrack. Why not – they’re talented and unique, plus it would help them get more recognition. They are known for helping out various charities, and those are the types of people I like to see succeed. Lets keep our fingers crossed.
When we caught up with Jackson, following Sunday’s MTV Movie Awards, we asked if his band, 100 Monkeys (who embark on their two-month summer tour on June 28), might make an appearance on the “Breaking Dawn” soundtrack, to which the actor gave a rather hopeful answer.
“It could happen. It could happen,” he said. “It’s one of those things, you know. We don’t push it. But, hey, if we were approached, we wouldn’t say no.”
And if Jackson’s co-star Nikki were to offer her directing skills on a music video, he wouldn’t say no to that either. “Nikki and I have talked about [a collaboration] quite a bit,” he confirmed. “Now that we’re both back in L.A. for a little bit of time, we’re going to have time to talk about it and develop the project. Basically, we want to do something more along the lines of a short film as opposed to just that quick modern music video. We want to have something a little more tangible in terms of artistic quality.”
Though the exact premise of the video is “still up in the air,” Jackson did say that he’s pretty sure which song it will be… But he’s not telling. (What a tease!)
By: Amy Urwin
Breaking Dawn news is pretty slow lately, so I thought I’d just post a quick question for you regarding the Breaking Dawn soundtrack: The soundtracks so far for the Twilight movies have all been heavily themed around the events that happen in the films and books, of course. For example: for Twilight is was the theme of true love at first sight and discovering new things, like vampires.
For New Moon the soundtrack had a lot less energy and the songs were about coping when a loved one leaves you – and finding someone else to repair the damage. Lastly, Eclipse was primarily themed around having to make a choice. Everyone wants their own Edward and Jacob to choose from, right? That soundtrack was definitely a hit!
So, what do you think the Breaking Dawn soundtrack will revolve around: Being with someone forever, eternity? Immortality? Leaving behind those you love (in Bella’s case, her family)? A new life? What artists do you picture being in the Breaking Dawn soundtrack? Will Breaking Dawn part 1 (wedding, honeymoon) have an epic love-themed sound, while Breaking Dawn Part 2 is more dark and eerie?
Also, I thought I’d share my first Breaking Dawn Manip, which I made last week. (Maybe I should have faded Edward a bit, it looks strange him being bigger than Bella ) Hopefully I’ll be making more soon.
Edit: Amy is also the writer of the Daybreak Chronicles story (above), so a lot of you are probably already following her. If you’re not feel free to follow her Twitter here & ‘like’ her on Facebook here to discuss her article topics!
P.S. Great job on your first ever manip Amy! It’s way better than my first ever manip
In this great new interview with FabLife, Kiowa Gordon (aka Embry) chats about the Breaking Dawn movie, the Breaking Dawn soundtrack and more:
TFL: Have you made any push to get either your own music or Touche’s music on the Breaking Dawn soundtrack?
KG: No, no pushes just yet because you don’t want to jump ahead. Plus, we don’t have a song that would fit in Breaking Dawn right now. We’re more of progressive thrash, more underground.
TFL: Does your girlfriend ever get overwhelmed by the attention you receive from female fans?
KG: Yeah like the first couple of times I brought her out to a Twilight convention, she got a little weirded out like, ‘why do you do this?’ Now she’s starting to get over it and she’s starting to realize it’s just me going out and meeting my fans and meeting the people who made me into who I am and why I get up in the morning and what’s progressing my future, you know? She knows that I love her more than anything so there’s really no problem.
TFL: Aww, you sound like a nice boyfriend [Ed. Note: Swoon, right?]. Have you read Breaking Dawn?
KG: I have not actually. My girlfriend is actually about to read it right now and she’s going to tell me what happens.
TFL: That’s awesome. Are you making your girlfriend read it so you don’t have to or is she just volunteering?
KG: No she wants to. People already told me what goes on in it and I’m just like, ugh they ruined the book for me. Now I just think I’m going to wait for the script and then I can read the script.
TFL: So you haven’t gotten the Breaking Dawn script yet?
KG: No not yet. I don’t think anybody has actually.
TFL: You’re going to head out to Vancouver [to shoot Breaking Dawn] and are you heading to Louisiana as well?
KG: I think so. I heard a couple things, but I wont know for sure until about a month before they start filming.
TFL: I feel like you guys should party really hard in Louisiana [Ed. Note: this is me trying to get invited to a Breaking Dawn Bayou Bash]. It would be a little easier to hide down there, too. Do you find that the paparazzi is all over you these days?
KG: No, not as much. They are really more focused on Rob and Taylor and Kristen sightings that they can just let me go past.
It hasn’t taken very long for the Breaking Dawn soundtrack rumors to start swirling! As soon as it was announced that Breaking Dawn will be made into two movies, soundtrack rumors began almost immediately. Twilight Examiner weighs in on the latest Breaking Dawn soundtrack rumors below. Read on to see what they reveal:
“After announcements that not only is The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn a confirmed project with returning cast members lined up, but it is also officially going to be split into two films, the race for soundtrack inclusion was inevitable . . . and so were rumors about such inclusion.
The first soundtrack story comes from the Liverpool Echo, a British newssite, which reports: “A MERSEYSIDE band will record a song for hit vampire saga Twilight. Electro-pop group Holice were asked by the films’ music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas to write and record a track especially for Breaking Dawn, the fourth in the series.”
Now, there’s no telling exactly when Breaking Dawn or its probable soundtrack coordinator (Alexandra Patsavas with Chop Shop Records) will begin the search for artist contributors, but pure common logic suggests such a report is incredibly premature.
First of all, Breaking Dawn doesn’t begin filming until this fall/winter. Secondly, director Bill Condon isn’t working on Breaking Dawn just yet, according to a recent interview he did with NBC’s Popcorn Biz. Finally, Breaking Dawn isn’t going to be released until November, 2011 . . . and the soundtrack for The Twilight Saga: Eclipse hasn’t even been out for a week.
So, while there’s nothing to specifically dismiss this story as false (yet), the likelihood of it being true is very, very low.”
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