Justice League (soundtrack)

2017 soundtrack album by Danny Elfman

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Justice League: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
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ReleasedNovember 10, 2017 (2017-11-10) (digital)
December 8, 2017 (2017-12-08) (physical)
ProducerDanny Elfman
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Justice League: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the film of the same name composed by Danny Elfman. It was released on November 10, 2017, by WaterTower Music, while the physical edition was released on December 8 by WaterTower.[3] Most of the material used in Elfman's soundtrack was disregarded by Tom Holkenborg (whom Elfman replaced as composer for the film's 2017 theatrical cut[4]) when he returned to score the 2021 director's cut of the film.

The score received mixed reception from critics and fans alike. While some praised its orchestral sound[5] and use of Elfman's original Batman theme[6] others thought the score was derivative of Elfman's previous scores and too much of a departure from previous DCEU scores.[7]

Track listing

All music is composed by Danny Elfman, except where noted.[8] T.J. Lindgren, Pinar Toprak, and Geoff Zanelli are credited for additional music. Though not included in the soundtrack, the theatrical cut features a brief excerpt of the piece "Krypton" ("Look to the Stars" on the 2013 CD release), which Hans Zimmer composed for Man of Steel. It is the only use of Zimmer's Superman theme in the film. Also not included in the soundtrack is the Blackpink hit, "As If It's Your Last", which, along with its accompanying music video appears in The Flash's laboratory when he meets Bruce Wayne.[9].

1."Everybody Knows"Sigrid4:25
2."The Justice League Theme – Logos"  0:48
3."Hero's Theme"  4:17
4."Batman on the Roof" (includes elements of the 1989 "Batman Theme" and "Men Are Still Good")
  • Elfman
  • T.J. Lindgren
5."Enter Cyborg"  2:00
6."Wonder Woman Rescue" (includes elements of "Is She with You?")
  • Robert Badami
  • Elfman
  • Steve Mazzaro
  • Melissa Muik
  • Mark Andrew Wherry
  • Hans Zimmer
7."Hippolyta's Arrow" 1:16
8."The Story of Steppenwolf"  2:59
9."The Amazon Mother Box" (includes elements of "Is She with You?") 4:33
10."Cyborg Meets Diana"  2:36
11."Aquaman in Atlantis"  2:39
12."Then There Were Three" (includes elements of the 1989 "Batman Theme")  1:10
13."The Tunnel Fight" (includes elements of the 1989 "Batman Theme")
  • Elfman
  • Lindgren
  • Zanelli
14."The World Needs Superman"  1:00
15."Spark of The Flash"  2:18
16."Friends and Foes" (includes elements of John Williams' 1978 "Superman March")
17."Justice League United"  1:24
18."Home"  3:24
19."Bruce and Diana"  1:06
20."The Final Battle" (includes elements of the 1989 "Batman Theme" and the 1978 "Superman March")
  • Elfman
  • Lindgren
  • Williams
  • Zanelli
21."A New Hope"  4:36
22."Anti-Hero's Theme"  5:35
23."Come Together"Lennon–McCartneyGary Clark Jr. and Junkie XL3:13
24."Icky Thump"Jack WhiteThe White Stripes4:14
25."The Tunnel Fight (Full Length)" (includes elements of the 1989 "Batman Theme")
  • Elfman
  • Lindgren
  • Zanelli
26."The Final Battle (Full Length)" (includes elements of the 1989 "Batman Theme" and the 1978 "Superman March")
  • Elfman
  • Lindgren
  • Williams
  • Zanelli
27."Mother Russia"  1:45
Total length:101:22


Chart (2017) Peak
US Billboard 200[10] 186
US Soundtrack Albums (Billboard)[11] 11


  1. ^ "Filmtracks: Justice League (Danny Elfman)".
  2. ^ "Justice League [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] - Danny Elfman | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic".
  3. ^ "WaterTower Music to Release Danny Elfman's 'Justice League' Soundtrack". Film Music Reporter. October 6, 2017. Retrieved November 14, 2017.
  4. ^ "Composer Tom Holkenborg on Throwing Out His Original 'Justice League' Score for The Snyder Cut". Collider. March 16, 2021. Retrieved March 23, 2021.
  5. ^ Southall, James. "Justice League".
  6. ^ McLevy, Alex. "The only distinctive thing about Justice League's score is what it lifts from Tim Burton's Batman". The A.V. Club.
  7. ^ McGlynn, Anthony. "Reusing Classic Batman and Superman Scores Didn't Work For Justice League".
  8. ^ "BMI Repertoire". Retrieved 2021-03-18.
  9. ^ "Music from Justice League (2017)". Tunefind. Retrieved 2017-11-19.
  10. ^ "Soundtrack Chart History (Billboard 200)". Retrieved November 28, 2017.
  11. ^ "Soundtrack Chart History (Soundtrack Albums)". Retrieved January 18, 2018.

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