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Brian Tyler’s “The Mummy” Soundtrack To Release Day and Date with Movie!

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Back Lot Music schedules release for “The Mummy” soundtrack by Brian Tyler.

Brian Tyler

With The Mummy opening in theaters this Friday, June 9th, Back Lot Music has scheduled the original motion picture soundtrack by Brian Tyler for release day and date with the film. The Mummy soundtrack by Brian Tyler will release first as a deluxe digital album with the CD following soon after. As of right now there is no word yet on a planned release for vinyl. Check out the tracklisting for Brian Tyler’s album below:

1. The Mummy (4:29)
2. The Secret of the Mummy (4:41)
3. Nick’s Theme (2:04)
4. Prodigium (2:51)
5. Egypt’s Next Great Queen (3:23)
6. Sandstorm (1:12)
7. The Call of the Ancients (3:34)
8. A Sense of Adventure (2:40)
9. Haram (4:25)
10. A Warning of Monsters (6:07)
11. The Lost Tomb of Ahmanet (2:35)
12. Providence (1:59)
13. The Sand of Wrath (2:43)
14. Enchantments (1:06)
15. Concourse of the Undead (5:00)
16. World of Monsters (2:33)
17. She is Risen (4:04)
18. Chaos, Mayhem, Destruction (4:43)
19. Sanction of the Gods (3:07)
20. Unstoppable (4:15)
21. Beyond Evil (2:14)
22. Power and Temptation (1:29)
23. Inquest (1:36)
24. Forward Momentum (3:46)
25. Set (3:25)
25. Pathogen of Evil (2:04)
27. Liberators of Precious Antiquities (1:48)
28. Dawn of Evil (4:02)
29. Sepulcher (4:43)
30. Iniquity (2:12)
31. The Calling (2:35)
32. Possession of the Knight’s Tomb (2:43)
3. Destiny (8:22)
34. Sentience (3:19)
35. Between Life and Death (2:23)
36. The Mummy End Title Suite (10:13)

It’s exciting to see The Mummy soundtrack receive a deluxe release, especially one running close to 2 hours. It’s no secret how hard Brian Tyler worked on this particular film, especially in his collaboration with Alex Kurtzman in creating an unforgettable first entry in the “Dark Universe.” At the BMI Awards this past year, Brian Tyler spoke more about his work on The Mummy:

“It was something where we really wanted to create a universe around The Mummy movie. It’s the Universal Monster Universe that’s starting. The Mummy lives in a universe of monsters that’s starting, it’s great. And for me, I loved the original series, well the recent and the original original back in the day with Boris Karloff. With all those movies, Bride of Frankenstein, you name it, but then when Jerry Goldsmith came along and did The Mummy – the interim Mummy, one of my favorite scores, so of course I had to give a nod to that, as well.”

While no tracks have been given previews just yet, a recorded version of one of the compositions from The Mummy made its way online after Brian Tyler performed it live in concert:

SOURCE: Film Music Reporter

As always, stay tuned to Universal Monsters Universe for the latest on The Mummy and the Universal Monsters Universe of films.

Tom Cruise headlines a spectacular, all-new cinematic version of the legend that has fascinated cultures all over the world since the dawn of civilization: The Mummy.

Thought safely entombed in a tomb deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient princess (Sofia Boutella of Kingsman: The Secret Service and Star Trek Beyond) whose destiny was unjustly taken from her is awakened in our current day, bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia and terrors that defy human comprehension.

From the sweeping sands of the Middle East through hidden labyrinths under modern-day London, The Mummy brings a surprising intensity and balance of wonder and thrills in an imaginative new take that ushers in a new world of gods and monsters.

The Mummy is directed by Alex Kurtzman, from a script by Jon Spaihts, Dylan Kussman, and Christopher McQuarrie. The film stars Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis, Jake Johnson, Marwan Kenzari, Courtney B. Vance, Russell Crowe and Sofia Boutella. The film opens June 9, 2017.

(Steven Biscotti – @reggiemantleIII)

About the author

Steven Biscotti

Mild mannered reporter, Steven Biscotti, has an avid interest in all things comic books, movies, and music (especially pertaining to Coldplay.) He stands 5'7" tall and prides himself on being the same height as Tom Cruise. Steven's favorite monster movie? "The Mummy (1999)."

Readers Comments (3)

  1. Rick O'Connell June 4, 2017 @ 10:27 am

    Day one purchase for me!

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