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Album: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Artist: John Williams

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19

  • Copyright: ℗ 2019 Lucasfilm Ltd.

Tracklist For Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) By Artist John Williams

Title Artist Time
Fanfare and Prologue John Williams 4:34 USD 1.29
Journey to Exegol John Williams 2:49 USD 1.29
The Rise of Skywalker John Williams 4:18 USD 1.29
The Old Death Star John Williams 3:16 USD 1.29
The Speeder Chase John Williams 3:21 USD 1.29
Destiny of a Jedi John Williams 5:12 USD 1.29
Anthem of Evil John Williams 3:23 USD 1.29
Fleeing from Kijimi John Williams 2:51 USD 1.29
We Go Together John Williams 3:17 USD 1.29
Join Me John Williams 3:42 USD 1.29
They Will Come John Williams 2:50 USD 1.29
The Final Saber Duel John Williams 3:57 USD 1.29
Battle of the Resistance John Williams 2:51 USD 1.29
Approaching the Throne John Williams 4:16 USD 1.29
The Force Is with You John Williams 3:59 USD 1.29
Farewell John Williams 5:14 USD 1.29
Reunion John Williams 4:04 USD 1.29
A New Home John Williams 1:47 USD 1.29
Finale John Williams 10:51 USD Album Only

Reviews For Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) By Artist John Williams

  • Another crappy sequel

    By Deckard112019
    JW saves the day, again. Another incredible score. 5 ⭐️ score for a 0 star movie.
  • Congratulations!!!

    By didisooaa
    Great final soundtrack for an underrated film, The third worst SW film, after ‘ The Phantom Menace’, and ‘ Attack of the Clones ‘.

    By by beranete♥️♥️♥️
    Gorgeous instrumental masterpieces! Never fails to impress with music!
  • 👏🏼💕💕

    By amandax345
  • It figures

    By Collind1123
    The worst and most creatively bankrupt Star Wars film features the most rehashed and tired score. And yet, it’s is John Williams and so it’s not bad, the man is a genius at film music. Anthem Of Evil is tremendous good fun but it ain’t on par with the earlier inspiration force and wonder. The story is so forced and rehashey Williams can’t help but just lay down too hard on old themes we have heard’s amusement park ride music done sublime just like this movie.
  • Overrated

    By Jacobeee_T
    This score is misleading. So many pieces from this score just don’t work with the actual film. Like for Poe’s inspirational speech, the score in that scene did not sound inspirational; it sounded like this weird March of the resistance-ask, pirates of the Caribbean sounding piece. Keep in mind, it’s not a bad score, but it just doesn’t match with what’s on the screen most of the time. Also, compared to other Star Wars scores, it’s kind of sub-par, as well as not introducing enough new content, just a bunch of reused pieces.
  • The Score Deserves a Better Film

    By Mattonio
    After the Last Jedi I thought Williams might just phone in the last Star Wars Score. No, its just not in the man to do so and this score shows a lot of love he has for his fans and the material. I would say that the Force Awakens is probably the best of the sequel scores due to the introduction of new character themes but I find this overall more enjoyable to listen to. I also found the "Rise of Skywalker Suite" to be an inspirational, hopeful, moving and satisfying end to Williams work of what is now being called the Skywalker saga. Although the music certainly elevates the film on the screen and adds considerable entertainment value, I wished Bob Iger would have listened to this score and then decided to spend more time getting the last film right. Williams is owed nearly as much credit for Star Wars success as its creator George Lucas. I read a review that says the only thing that brings all of Star Wars fandom together presently (OT, prequels and sequel fans) is Williams' music. His legacy of music is perhaps greater than the great classical masters he emulated. Growing up these 40 years with is music has been a blessing.
  • The Rise of a Wasted Finale

    By ImaginariumStudios
    Let me start by saying that this OST is amazing. It has all the emotion, action, and intensity you could want from a Star Wars soundtrack. The Rise of Skywalker, The Force is With You, and Reunion are highlights in my opinion. The problem is not with Williams work, it’s with the movie. I’m not saying that I disliked it, but because of what a hatchet job it is, the score suffers. There’s SO MUCH POTENTIAL and it had to be wasted. Additionally, Williams isn’t given a chance to let his music pan out. There are no long battle sequences or anything of the like; the longest cues tend to be about two and a half minutes. So much potential wasted, but what we got is amazing nonetheless.
  • Love it

    By letsgoooo25
    Love it. So amazing
  • Really? 5 star?

    By Gil619
    Disney must be hurting with this horrible movie they try to call Star Wars! First of some of the music is good but not all of it was great. For those that giving it 5 stars are fake.

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