‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ Score Track Titles & Samples Released [Possible Spoilers]

Published 1 year ago by , Updated April 4th, 2014 at 10:01 am,


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We’ve already had some details on the score from Marc Webb, which was composed by Hans Zimmer with The Magnificent Six (Pharrell Williams, Johnny Marr, Michael Einziger, Junkie XL, Andrew Kawczynski, and Steve Mazzaro) and how the film will include a new song by Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell and Hans Zimmer called “It’s On Again.”

While this list of track titles does seem pretty innocuous , between this and the extended preview footage we’ve seen, there are certain titles which appear to telegraph certain plot points. Here’s the full track list for the soundtrack to The Amazing Spider-Man 2:

Disc 1
1. I’m Electro
2. There He Is
3. I’m Spider-Man
4. My Enemy
5. Ground Rules
6. Look at Me
7. Special Project
8. You Need Me
9. So Much Anger
10. I’m Moving to England
11. I’m Goblin
12. Let Her Go
13. You’re My Boy
14. I Need to Know
15. Sum Total
16. I Chose You
17. We’re Best Friends
18. Still Crazy
19. The Rest of My Life
20. You’re That Spider Guy

Disc 2
1. The Electro Suite
2. Harry’s Suite
3. Cold Way
4. No Place Like Home
5. It’s On Again
6. Song for Zula
7. That’s My Man
8. Here
9. Honest
10. Within the Web (First Day Jam)
11. Electro Remix

Disc 2 seems to mostly contain standalone tracks, like “It’s On Again,” “Song for Zula” by Phosphorescent, “Here” by Pharrell Williams, “That’s My Man” by Liz and “Honest” by The Neighborhood. The first disc has the rough overview of the film’s storyline, and while they’re vague enough to squelch any fan ire, let’s zero in a few track titles which appear to hint at some of the film’s mysteries.

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The track order may or may not point to certain reveals: the disc opens with “I’m Electro,” referring to the character portrayed by Jaime Foxx – this points toward Max Dillon’s transformation into the electricity-powered supervillain early on in the film.

Further on, “Special Project” could allude to something kept hidden by OsCorp while “I’m Moving to England” is possibly the most specific title on the list. The midway placing of “I’m Goblin” hints at a similar timing for that character’s appearance, and “You’re My Boy” just might be Norman Osborn (Chris Cooper) talking to his son Harry (Dane DeHaane).

The combination of Zimmer – whose iconic scores for Man of Steel and Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight trilogy redefined how superhero movies can sound – and The Magnificent Six has led to some intriguing teases of The Amazing Spider-Man 2‘s theme. We’ve already heard the score’s propulsive, kinetic quality in the film’s trailers, and this extended sampling should tide over die hard fans ahead of the movie’s release.

What do you think of the score so far? Let us know in the comments.


The Amazing Spider-Man 2 opens in U.S. theaters on May 2nd, 2014.

Sources: Amazon [via CBM]

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  1. I can’t wait to hear the rest of “My Enemy”. At least I know what that track is called now.

  2. Sony is really unleashing the promotion and advertisements for this movie.

  3. “You’re my boy” was something that Aunt May says to Peter. Somebody who saw a test screening confirmed that last month.

  4. “Let Her Go” after “I’m Goblin.” In the comics Goblin’s actions to Gwen’s death with Spider-Man hanging her with his web accidentally after he throws her off a building or something.

    I guess Spider-Man is holding her with his web and Goblin is telling him to “let her go,” I hope he does – she falls instead of hangs.

  5. Where are samples ?

  6. I really like what I’m hearing so far. The last time out I didn’t care too much for what I heard in the track samples. It wasn’t until I heard the official sound track in its entirety that I began to appreciate it more, which makes sense I suppose. I will say that I am happy for the changes, and I hope it turns out to be as good or better than what we’re hearing here.

  7. Hello Screenrant. Two Things:

    1) I came back to listen to the tracks again and it seems that Amazon’s page isn’t working properly. That’s probably an issue on their end.

    2) One of your links to the score track titles leads to the article about the leaked Captain America 2 mid-credits scene.

    • I bumped into the same problem with Amazon. Looks like they removed it or something?
      Anyway, gotta love people who immediately put it up on YouTube…

  8. I have to admit that these little snippets, as short as they are, are definitely a huge step up from the TASM’s score. I’m loving what I’m hearing so far and I can’t wait to hear the full tracks.

    • While overall i didn’t hate the first film’s score, I don’t really remember much of it, except for the hero’s theme, which I thought was kind of generic. It was also tonally jarring in some places, like when he ties up the lizard with his webs during the high school fight. I’m glad Zimmer is experimenting a little with the sound and making it a little more kinetic. The Elfman score from the originals had a sense of movement behind ot that I’m picking up on here, especially in the Electro bits.

      • Yeah the first one wasn’t terrible at all. But it was very forgettable, I thought.

  9. One more movie to buy the DVD for to add to the collection.

  10. I’m just waiting for Tonight Alives new single “The Edge” which is releasing with the film. I’m guessing it’ll be played during the credits?

  11. i need the song that plays when peter goes to meet gwen after they broke up…..

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  13. Anyone know the song near the end when Peter’s aunt is talking to him about putting away Ben’s things? And then Peter goes to his room?