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How Twilight Ushered in a New Dawn For Movie Soundtracks
Well, if two people talking awkwardly over each other while sat at an exceedingly shiny mirrored table can be called an interview. It was November and Paramore had two songs on the soundtrack for the first Twilight film. Williams was a self-proclaimed fan of the books, claiming she connected immediately to the forbidden romance between an anaemic teenage girl, and a vampire trapped in the body of a year-old boy with a worrying dependence on hair wax. In fact, Williams was so enamoured by the story that when she heard the films were in production she began phoning around, desperate to be part of the soundtrack. Thing is, the movies are awful. Perhaps this open disregard for the adaptations enabled Rob and co-star Kristen Stewart to escape the curse of being eternally associated with Edward and Bella.
Wed, November, 21 by Allison Bowsher. On November 21, , Twilight opened in movie theatres and set off what would become one of the most popular film franchises of all time. Not only did Twilight get book fans into movie theatres, the first of five films in the franchise also set the tone for future soundtracks, with music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas and composer Carter Burwell returning for each instalment. Debuting at No. Prepare for some seriously moody music. How can you have a movie about vampires and werewolves and not include a seductive and sinister song about a full moon, amirite?
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The score for New Moon was composed by Alexandre Desplat  while the rest of the soundtrack was chosen by music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas , who also produced the Twilight soundtrack. New Moon 's soundtrack comprises songs that are all original and exclusive to the soundtrack  and are performed by various indie rock and alternative rock artists.
The soundtrack was once again co-produced by Alexandra Patsavas , the music supervisor for the previous two films. The track list for the album was revealed in a special MySpace revelation on May 12, The third soundtrack in The Twilight Saga series , the album debuted at number two on the U. Billboard albums chart with sales of , copies. The track list was revealed during a special all-day reveal event on the album's MySpace page. It followed the formula of the previous albums, including the songs used in the film ended off by one score track from the score album. According to Metacritic , the soundtrack has received a weighted mean of 76, indicating "generally favorable reviews".