Can you taste it?

Oct 19th, 2008 | By | Category: Featured Articles, Site News

Since the soundtrack listing has been made official, there has been a lot of opinions thrown around about it, so we thought we would let you decide for yourself! We here at Twilight Series Theories have put together a little primer about the artists being featured, with playlists for each (except Carter Burwell – sorry, Carter!) so that you can become acquainted with the artists you will hear gracing the screen along with Rob, Kristen, Ashley, Kellan and the rest!

Click here to explore it!

12 Comments to “Can you taste it?”

  1. ... says:

    whos going to a hot topic soundtrack party on the 24?????

  2. alyssa says:

    I am!!!!! =]


    Hey guys!! hows it going? hey i had a brilliant theorie!! you know that song in the 1st trailer and the song called “red mist” that you put on your website (link to website page that has it). Welll i think that “red mist” IS bella’s lullaby BUT only part of it. According to that EW article about someone hearing the soundtrack/commenting on it, they said that Bella’s lullaby is 2:20 min long and that it has a piano play simple notes but it relies heavily with a lot of strings. IT FITS THE DESCRYPTION COMPLETELY!! But to remind you again, “red mist” is only 2:02 min long but i think its just part of bella’s lullaby (if you listen to it, it just stops. doesnt stop at an end). and plus that song was played on the trailer and (usually) everysong played on trailers of the movie/ the movie itself HAS to be on the soundtrack. So what do you think? im very sure it is Bella’s lullaby. Plus the song called Red Misr, is that its actual name? cuz they dont have it on the soundtrack and they would DEFINATELY have that song on the soundtrack!So listen to red mist, red my ideas, and tell me what you think!! Thank you so much!! Great job Guys!!!

  4. Amy Liu says:

    Personally, I wish there were more pieces by Burwell…
    Don’t get me wrong, I like the hip-funk they’ve placed on the soundtrack…. but a movie is never complete without a beautiful, orchestral score. Think how scores have MADE movies in the past:
    Gladiator (Hans Zimmer)
    Lord of the Rings (Howard Shore)
    HARRY POTTER (how can we forget John Williams?)
    Batmen Begins (Hans Zimmer)
    Beetlejuice (Danny Elfman)
    Amelie (Yann Tiersen)
    A Series of Unfortunate Events (Thomas Newman)
    Etc, etc…

    Come on people, a rock song cannot substitute a film score!

  5. sou says:

    I just read something on EW on the sound track. Like they got to hear the advanced copy, and omgosh, Bella’s Lullaby has strings in it. Sorry, but I don’t quite remember Edward hooking up a whole orchestra for his little song for Bella. lol

  6. Rachel Cullen says:

    omg! so unfair! there are no hot topic stores in canada! i wsh i lived in the u.s!

  7. Annie says:

    Muse is my favorite band of ALL TIME!!! I am so happy they made the soundtrack!!! 🙂

  8. Dannelle says:

    I agree with a comment made above, I really think that rock music is an ok way to go, but a score is more emotion inducing. I sometimes listen to my Harry Potter soundtracks and I can feel the excitement without even seeing the movie.

  9. Jane says:

    for the comment up there to “sou” hahaha ur comment made me laugh
    “Sorry, but I don’t quite remember Edward hooking up a whole orchestra for his little song for Bella”.. hahah true ..

  10. Sasha says:

    I WANT TO GO TO THE SOUNDTRACK PARTY! but the nearest hot topic is a hundred miles away and like how am I going to get there?


  11. Sue C. says:

    Where is Clair De Lune in the soundtrack? I also agree with the previous comments – – a good score adds immensely to the emotion generated by the movie. I hope when the movies comes to DVD it will include Rob’s version of Bella’s Lullabye as an added scene.

  12. Shteff! says:

    yay yay YAY PARAMORE

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