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Official Tracklisting of 'Twilight Saga's Eclipse' Soundtrack Album

May 13, 2010 (5:37 am) GMT
Florence and the Machine, Vampire Weekend, The Dead Weather, Cee-Lo and Beck are listed in the compilation.

Summit Entertainment have released an official tracklisting for a coundtrack compilation of their highly-anticipated movie "". Musicians contributing to this album range from indie artists and to rock music acts and to Hip-Hop performer like .

Leading the theme song compilation, meanwhile, is a song from . Titled "Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)", the track is going to make its debut on May 17. Other contributors include , , and .

This year, soundtrack album of "Eclipse" will be released across the United States on June 8 and has been made available for pre-order on Amazon. As for the film, it is set for June 30 U.S. release with , and reprising their roles as Bella, Edward and Jacob respectively.

Tracklisting of "The Twilight Saga's Eclipse" soundtrack album:

  1. - "Eclipse (All Yours)"
  2. - "Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)"
  3. - "Ours"
  4. - "Heavy in Your Arms"
  5. - "My Love"
  6. Fanfarlo - "Atlas"
  7. - "Chop and Change"
  8. - "Rolling in on a Burning Tire"
  9. and - "Let's Get Lost"
  10. - "Jonathan Low"
  11. UNKLE (featuring The Black Angels) - "With You in My Head"
  12. Eastern Conference Champions - "A Million Miles an Hour"
  13. - "Life on Earth"
  14. - "What Part of Forever"
  15. Howard Shore - "Jacob's Theme"

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