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Michael Giacchino


  1. Can’t Fight City Halloween (4:05)
  2. Mayoral Ducting (2:34)
  3. It’s Raining Vengeance (4:31)
  4. Don’t Be Voyeur with Me (2:38)
  5. Crossing the Feline (1:46)
  6. Gannika Girl (2:31)
  7. Moving in for the Gil (4:23)
  8. Funeral and Far Between (1:46)
  9. Collar ID (1:15)
  10. Escaped Crusader (2:44)
  11. Penguin of Guilt (3:45)
  12. Highway to the Anger Zone (5:20)
  13. World’s Worst Translator (3:35)
  14. Riddles, Riddles Everywhere (1:54)
  15. Meow and You and Everyone We Know (5:19)
  16. For All Your Pennyworth (2:38)
  17. Are You a Kenzie or a Can’t-zie? (5:45)
  18. An Im-purr-fect Murder (3:49)
  19. The Great Pumpkin Pie (2:22)
  20. Hoarding School (4:55)
  21. A Flood of Terrors (4:30)
  22. A Bat in the Rafters, Pt. 1 (4:34)
  23. A Bat in the Rafters, Pt. 2 (6:42)
  24. The Bat’s True Calling (3:05)
  25. All’s Well That Ends Farewell (2:41)
  26. The Batman (6:47)
  27. Catwoman (3:03)
  28. The Riddler (5:01)
  29. Sonata in Darkness (12:11)

The Batman: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

Michael Giacchino

  • limited 180g multi-colour 3lp

    Released: 16th Dec 2022

    out of stock

Giacchino proves himself, once more, as one of the greatest living composers, by introducing a powerful and instantly canonized new theme to one of the most musically iconic superheroes.

When director Matt Reeves heard the theme for the first time, he was with film producer Dylan Clark. “I was blown away!” He exclaimed. “It was so emotional. The two of us literally cried…it was amazing.” Though it's not only the world's greatest detective who emerges with a new theme - Selina Kyle / Catwoman's new string heavy theme is slinky and haunted like that of a classic noir's femme fatale. And Giacchino's take on The Riddler is far more haunted, accompanied by the Tiffin Boys choir, a truly terrifying and dread-inducing motif for one of the scariest takes on a Gotham villain, to date. With nearly two hours of score, housed on three discs, featuring all new artwork by Henry Abrams.