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Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Soundtrack Review

Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Soundtrack Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 05, 2012
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

The final Twilight flick hit the big screen this year, and the soundtrack to Breaking Dawn - Part 2 features some of the hottest mainstream and indie artists around.Check out the Kidzworld Review of the Twilight: Breaking Dawn- Part 2 Soundtrack!

Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Soundtrack

There were few movies in 2012 that were more highly anticipated than Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, the final chapter in the series inspired by Stephenie Meyers hugely popular novels about preternatural romance, and the soundtrack for the last installment of the films is appropriately otherwordly. The soundtrack delivers ghostly melodies full of melancholy and angst, perfect for a rainy day and feeling sorry for yourself.

The Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 soundtrack features big name artists like Green Day("Forgotten") and Christina Perri (who you may remember  from the original soundtrack) but the best the soundtrack has to offer comes from fresher voices on the album. Indie electro artists Passion Pit kick off the soundtrack with "Where I Come From," a song that's both etheral and playful. One major highlight is English electro-pop rocker Ellie's Goulding's "Bittersweet," which injects some energy into the playlist, other indie highlights include St. Vincent's "The Antidote," and James Vincent McMorrow's "Ghosts." Adding a little real romance to the mix is Twilight star Nikki Reed with her husband Paul McDonald on the piano-based track "All I've Ever Needed." The soundtrack is the perfect blend of haunting and heartbreak and provides a musical farewell to a pair of unforgettable star crossed lovers, Edward and Bella

Track List

  1. Where I Come From — Passion Pit
  2. Bittersweet — Ellie Goulding
  3. The Forgotten — Green Day
  4. Fire In The Water — Feist
  5. Everything And Nothing — The Boom Circuits
  6. The Antidote — St. Vincent
  7. Speak Up — POP ETC
  8. Heart of Stone — Iko
  9. Cover Your Tracks — A Boy and His Kite
  10. Ghosts — James Vincent McMorrow
  11. All I've Ever Needed — Paul McDonald & Nikki Reed
  12. New For You — Reeve Carney
  13. A Thousand Years (Part Two) - Christina Perri
  14. Plus Que Ma Propre Vie — Carter Burwell

Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Soundtrack Rating: 4

Listen to Ellie Goulding's "Bittersweet" below!

 

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