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Interstellar (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / Deluxe Version)

Hans Zimmer, John Lithgow, Ellen Burstyn, Casey Affleck, Jessica Chastain, Matthew McConaughey, Mackenzie Foy

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1
Dreaming of the Crash
Hans Zimmer
3:55
2
Cornfield Chase
Hans Zimmer
2:06
3
Dust
Hans Zimmer
5:41
4
Day One
Hans Zimmer
3:19
5
Stay
Hans Zimmer
6:52
6
Message from Home
Hans Zimmer
1:40
7
The Wormhole
Hans Zimmer
1:30
8
Mountains
Hans Zimmer
3:39
9
Afraid of Time
Hans Zimmer
2:32
10
A Place Among the Stars
Hans Zimmer
3:27
11
Running Out
Hans Zimmer
1:57
12
I'm Going Home
Hans Zimmer
5:48
13
Coward
Hans Zimmer
8:26
14
Detach
Hans Zimmer
6:42
15
S.T.A.Y.
Hans Zimmer
6:23
16
Where We're Going
Hans Zimmer
7:41
17
First Step
Hans Zimmer
1:47
18
Flying Drone
Hans Zimmer
1:53
19
Atmospheric Entry
Hans Zimmer
1:40
20
No Need to Come Back
Hans Zimmer
4:32
21
Imperfect Lock
Hans Zimmer
6:54
22
No Time for Caution
Hans Zimmer
4:06
23
What Happens Now?
Hans Zimmer
2:26
24
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
Hans Zimmer; John Lithgow; Ellen Burstyn; Casey Affleck; Jessica Chastain; Matthew McConaughey; Mackenzie Foy
1:39
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:36:35
"Hans Zimmer's music makes the film seem even more colossal than it would otherwise: Zimmer invokes the original meaning of 'pulls out all the stops', rattling our teeth with reverberating pipe-organ chords."
- BBC News

"Hans Zimmer contributes one of his most richly imagined and inventive scores, which ranges from a gentle electronic keyboard melody to brassy, Strauss-ian crescendos."
- Variety

Interstellar: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack album to the 2014 film Interstellar directed by Christopher Nolan. The film score is composed by Hans Zimmer who previously scored Nolan's Batman film trilogy and Inception.

This deluxe edition adds eight unreleased tracks and an extended digital booklet to the Interstellar musical experience - a soundtrack with a story like no other:

In mid-October 2012, Christopher Nolan sent Hans Zimmer a typewritten note that detailed the theme of his film and asked Zimmer to spend a day writing some musical ideas. When Zimmer received the note, he was attending a gathering of students at Loyola Marymount University's School of Film and Television. In one night, Zimmer wrote a four-minute piece with piano and organ. The composed piece as per Zimmer asserted feelings of "what it meant to be a father". Nolan heard the piece and superficially explained about the film. As the film also explores a father-daughter relationship, Nolan called that piece the "heart of the story". Nolan began writing, with this piece of music giving him company through the writing process, through the shoot.

According to Zimmer, composers typically become involved toward the end of a film's creation, but for Interstellar, Zimmer began composing two years prior to its release. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Zimmer stated that he could relate his relationship with his own son to the part mentioned in Nolan's first letter. Zimmer was quoted saying, "This story, this fable, these bits of dialogue he wrote for me were full of personal information that he has about myself and my children."
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