Listen To All Of The Tracks From THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Score In Full

Listen To All Of The Tracks From THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Score In Full

Click the jump to listen to James Horner's beautiful score for The Amazing Spider-Man in its entirety. If you listen closely you'll hear a few subtle references to Danny Elfman's Spider-Man score. Brilliant!

The Amazing Spider-Man stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Denis Leary, Rhys Ifans, Martin Sheen, and Sally Field, the films swings into theaters July 3, 2012 in 3D!

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Mrcool210 - 6/17/2012, 2:29 PM
is there anyplace to download the full soundtrack instead of just one at a time from these videos?
Ashes2Phoenix - 6/17/2012, 2:40 PM
Final one is the best, IMO. Some good stuff here. A nice dynamic range.
95 - 6/17/2012, 2:50 PM
Listened to a couple of these tracks before. A lot of references. The vocals remind me of Avatar. I like what Horner did here. Mysterious at times, urban here and there, and heroically swinging-through-Manhattan majestic throughout. @nailbiter111 Thanks for sharing this.
BANE5000 - 6/17/2012, 3:01 PM
U can definately feel the Danny Elfman influence from the previous trilogy in this soundtrack, especially in the second song
ForceOfLegend - 6/17/2012, 3:06 PM
Pretty good! I can't wait until I can see the film to go along with these tracks!
jumpingJellybeans - 6/17/2012, 3:07 PM
Wait, where are the "few subtle references" to the Elfman theme?
Nick56 - 6/17/2012, 3:10 PM
Not a great soundtrack but there are a few good tracks. My opinion is slowly changing about the film. I am a huge Spider-Man fan and I fel the first two trailer were complete crap. The latest tv spots and clips though look good. Im looking forward to July.
95 - 6/17/2012, 3:13 PM

I heard it in the first track. In the beginning, a little after the Avatar-esque vocals.
AmazingFantasy - 6/17/2012, 3:16 PM
Emanuel14 - 6/17/2012, 3:23 PM
these musics sucks, [frick] james horner
Ryden - 6/17/2012, 3:35 PM
"Musics" makes no sense given the context of your sentence. You should have said "These songs suck" or "These tracks suck."

Quit trolling please.
TheGambitFreak - 6/17/2012, 3:47 PM
This is gonna take awhile to download, be back in like 20 minutes...

TheGambitFreak - 6/17/2012, 3:48 PM
If you guys want, once I download them, I can put them into one big ass video... Just ask.
Emanuel14 - 6/17/2012, 3:53 PM
webheaded - 6/17/2012, 4:00 PM
Sounds just perfect. I honestly didn't think Elfman's majestic score could be matched, but Horner managed to pull it off! I love it!
darkbeefstakes - 6/17/2012, 4:01 PM
sounds like legend of zelda
JDUKE25 - 6/17/2012, 4:05 PM
Not gonna listen to them till AFTER I see the movie. I like the music better when I hear it in the movie first, that way I can picture the scenes along with the music.
thewonderer - 6/17/2012, 4:07 PM
I complete agree with you itbegins2005, the trumpet is just wtf. This sounds like something to be used in some astronaut going into space film.

I absolutely loved Elfmans work on the original films. Good lord imo this doesn't compare at all.
angus666 - 6/17/2012, 4:09 PM
Why would he reference Elfman if this is supposed to be a completely different type of movie all round?
TheGambitFreak - 6/17/2012, 4:10 PM
The score is good, but it's not really Spider-Man... Spider-Man needs to be up-beat and punk rock-ish, oh well, maybe I'm just spoiled cause Avengers owns.

thewonderer - 6/17/2012, 4:10 PM
Say what you want about the original SPM films but nothing here compares to this

especially at 2:40

I am disappoint :(
95 - 6/17/2012, 4:10 PM
I definitely feel the "rocket liftoff" vibe from this score— but I think it works for TASM, judging by the released clips.
thewonderer - 6/17/2012, 4:11 PM
Gambitfreak, I think this and Avengers may be tied for worst scores this year. The theme you embedded is awesome, but the rest is beyond terrible in that album.
MovieMann - 6/17/2012, 4:15 PM

Dude, Avengers was good, but that Score sucked.
ISleepNow - 6/17/2012, 4:18 PM
What Horner does best here are those tracks that express Wonder and Mystery. I don't think he does as well with sentimentality or the character themes.
@itbegins2005 Horner has always over-emphasized the horn section in his music (hence the name :P)
johnnysnow - 6/17/2012, 4:18 PM
If I have to hear that UFC commercial one more time, I may kill someone.
UltimateSpiderman - 6/17/2012, 4:23 PM
James Horner can't compose music anymore for his [frick]ing life.
95 - 6/17/2012, 4:27 PM

Yeah. I think you said it perfectly.


While each score worked well with the motion picture, it doesn't stand well on it's own. Overall, a lot of people unimpressed with the scores for TDKR, TASM, & The Avengers.
TheGambitFreak - 6/17/2012, 4:48 PM
TheMarvelite Is Right. wonderer Besides the extremely popular themes from Star Wars (Main and Imperial March) name 2 more tracks from it without going to Google (Which knowing you, you probably already have a tab opened for it), name 2 tracks other than the main theme from Elfman's Batman, Spider-Man, etc. Name 2 tracks from LOTR, you can't, unless your a major fan. Avengers' Score was damn good, you can tell what the main theme is, you can tell what One Way Trip is and you can sure as hell tell what A Promise is. But in all seriousness, all anyone really remembers is the Main Theme cause it set the tone for the Film. Star Wars, Star Trek, LOTR, Spider-Man, Batman, Superman, etc all did that, and Avengers excelled at it. This score however, well let's just say it better fit damn well good with the scenes it's used in, if not, I will forget it by the time I walk out.
RR51 - 6/17/2012, 4:53 PM
Well that's disappointing

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Spidey91 - 6/17/2012, 4:53 PM
some tracks are epic and majestic,others are playful,others are sad,others are misterious,others are kind of frightening,others have a modern touch,it's a nice range.

and yeah,you can tell Elfman's influence in some of the tracks,which is a nice touch.

I like it,a lot :)
Elhemian - 6/17/2012, 4:55 PM
Horrible! They don't make epic songs anymore.
Totally forgettable...
luckgustavo - 6/17/2012, 5:18 PM
Here for download:
thewonderer - 6/17/2012, 5:23 PM

*sigh* this is gonna get me more Nolanite insults but TDKR, from what we've heard already, sounds incredible. TDK and BB have the best scores of any CBM since 2005 at least. I'd argue Hans Zimmer stands next to Elfmans brilliant 89 theme, though the movie sucks.


Oh I'm a huge OST fan. For Star Wars,
The Celebration
The Force
Cantina Band
Love theme
Yoda theme

All incredible brilliant soundtracks. Star Wars had ton of great themes. These are just off the top of my head. Don't even dare compare the shit that was the Avengers soundtrack with it. EVERYONE thinks its terrible. Read reviews around the net. Only marvel turds like you think its good, go to Slashfilmcast and listen to their Avengers review. Terrible score

One Way Trip and A Promise were terrible and vastly generic.

I'm not a fan of Elfman besides that 89 main theme and the Spider-Man films in general and thats ALL thats remembered of 89 Batman music, thats it. I'd call it a bad score as well.

Not even the main theme of Avengers is memorable to the slightest. NO ONE is praising the score for the Avengers in popular culture.

For LOTR, theres
Concerning Hobbits
On The Road Back Home
The Main Theme

Avengers OST SUCKED ASS, and everyone thinks so
95 - 6/17/2012, 5:31 PM

I liked all these "unimpressive" scores. Many expressed that feeling in the comments, and it's understandable. As for TDKR, it's beautiful. Very "conclusive". The samples didn't showcase much of the chanting, so overall I felt it was more of the same. But still very operatic and close to a masterpiece.
95 - 6/17/2012, 5:36 PM
Oh, and I thought The Avengers theme was one of the better ones. One Way Trip still gets me—classic blockbuster "hero-lost-hope-but-rises-to-defy-the-odds" music. But the rest of the tracks are extremely generic. This TASM score has more variation in the tracks.
95 - 6/17/2012, 5:40 PM

Almost every track of Star Wars is memorable. Yoda's. Leia's. Vader's. They're distinct. Forever in popular culture. The Avengers' has fairly memorable qualities (it's still very new)— but the rest of the tracks aren't recognizable in the cluster of summer blockbuster scores.
MovieMann - 6/17/2012, 5:47 PM
I am laughing my ass of at the people comparing The Avengers score to things like Starwars, Superman and Lord of the Rings.

I know that many of you are like obsessed with this movie but seriously ...Come on.
Ichaos - 6/17/2012, 5:48 PM
Few movie themes are truely memorable and survive the test of times. Many of John Williams are instantly recognizable decades later. Most modern movie themes are forgotten in a week
Ichaos - 6/17/2012, 5:49 PM
The music in the Avengers was fine but come on comparing it to Star Wars, Superman etc is silly.
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