Trent Reznor Reveals Tracklisting For 'The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo' Soundtrack

The Nine Inch Nails frontman has released details of the 39-song tracklist for "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo", plus a link to a six track sampler.

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Trent Reznor has revealed the full tracklisting to his mammoth 39-song soundtrack to "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo".

The score composed alongside collaborator Atticus Ross spans more than three hours, and includes a Led Zeppelin cover of "Immigrant Song" with Yeah Yeah Yeah's Karen O on vocals, as previously reported.

"For the last fourteen months Atticus and I have been hard at work on David Fincher's 'The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo'", Reznor said. "We laughed, we cried, we lost our minds and in the process made some of the most beautiful and disturbing music of our careers."

The film was directed by David Fincher who was behind "The Social Network" for which Reznor and Ross also scored. The new soundtrack will be released on various formats, with the largest being a deluxe edition package limited to 3000 copies.

It will be released on December 9, but in the meanwhile you can get a 6-track sampler for the album here.

Tracklisting for "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo":

01. Immigrant Song 02. She Reminds Me Of You 03. People Lie All The Time 04. Pinned And Mounted 05. Perihelion 06. What If We Could? 07. With The Flies 08. Hidden In Snow 09. A Thousand Details 10. One Particular Moment 11. I Can't Take It Anymore 12. How Brittle The Bones 13. Please Take Your Hand Away 14. Cut Into Pieces 15. The Splinter 16. An Itch 17. Hypomania 18. Under The Midnight Sun 19. Aphelion 20. You're Here 21. The Same As The Others 22. A Pause For Reflection 23. While Waiting 24. The Seconds Drag 25. Later Into The Night 26. Parallel Timeline With Alternate Outcome 27. Another Way Of Caring 28. A Viable Construct 29. Revealed In The Thaw 30. Millennia 31. We Could Wait Forever 32. Oraculum 33. Great Bird Of Prey 34. The Heretics 35. A Pair Of Doves 36. Infiltrator 37. The Sound Of Forgetting 38. Of Secrets 39. Is Your Love Strong Enough?

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    Too bad the film looks like a horrible remake (Daniel Craig, seriously? Not to mention the girl playing Lisbeth looks like ****ing Marilyn Manson). Should've kept the music up your arsenal for another original film, Trent. His work on The Social Network was incredible, one of the best scored films I've ever seen. Still, wish him all the best.
    My thoughts on this soundtrack: 1- Ive heard the sampler all weekend long and i still think it resembles Ghosts I-IV. 2- The CD looks amazing and i cant wait to get mine
    The film's not quite a remake. From what I understand, it's based squarely on the novel itself, and for that matter, the Swedish trilogy took quite a few artistic liberties. This version should be much more true to the book. Lisbeth is not intended to be attractive, either.