Game of Thrones Season 7 Soundtrack Offers Finale Story Hints

Kit Harrington as Jon Snow in the Game of Thrones finale

The Game of Thrones season 7 soundtrack track list has been released and it may offer some hints about the highly-anticipated finale "The Dragon and the Wolf". The 24-track album, featuring music from the award-winning HBO series Game of Thrones composer Ramin Djawadi, has been released for sale digitally and for streaming today. It will also be available in physical CD format on September 29, and on a double vinyl set later this year.

"The Dragon and the Wolf" is set to be one of Game of Thrones' longest episodes to date at 79 minutes long and promising to bring teams Lannister, Stark and Targaryen together in an attempt to unite against the common enemy - the Night's King and his army of the dead, who successfully recruited a dragon to their side during last week's epic penultimate episode "Beyond The Wall".

Now, a new press release by HBO reveals the Game of Thrones season 7 soundtrack track listing that might give some hints about where the finale is going. Take a look at the song titles below:

1. Main Titles

2. Dragonstone

3. Shall We Begin?

4. The Queen's Justice

5. A Game I Like to Play

6. I Am the Storm

7. The Gift

8. Dragonglass

9. Spoils of War (Pt. 1)

10. Spoils of War (Pt. 2)

11. The Dagger

12. Home

13. Gorgeous Beasts

14. The Long Farewell

15. Against All Odds

16. See You for What You Are

17. Casterly Rock

18. A Lion's Legacy

19. Message for Cersei

20. Ironborn

21. No One Walks Away from Me

22. Truth

23. The Army of the Dead

24. Winter Is Here

Assuming that last week's episode "Beyond The Wall" contained "Against All Odds", when the team was fighting against the white walkers with the aid of Dany (Emilia Clarke) and her dragons, and "See You for What You Are", when Jon and Dany have their intimate moment on the ship after the loss of Viserion and his decision to bend the knee to his new queen, there's a lot to play with; it leaves the tracks "Casterly Rock", "A Lion's Legacy", "Message for Cersei", "Ironborn", "No One Walks Away from Me", "Truth", "The Army of the Dead" and "Winter Is Here" for the finale.

"Casterly Rock" and "A Lion's Legacy" allude to the Lannisters, possibly Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) reclaiming control of the Lannister ancestral home of Casterly Rock considering Dany took the castle during "The Queen's Justice" and finally living up to the legacy that his father always wanted for the family. "Message for Cersei" could mean any number of things involving that character, the same with "Ironborn" and the Greyjoys. Of course, these could also apply to earlier events in the season.

That leaves tracks "No One Walks Away from Me", "Truth", "The Army of the Dead" and "Winter Is Here". The first suggests the conversation between the three rulers won't go to plan, while the latter reminds of the ultimate threat behind their meeting. "Truth" is the most interesting, however, as it begs the question of what's being revealed. Many fans are expecting us to finally get confirmation of Jon Snow's parentage, and that would definitely be a truth worthy of its own song.

Next: How Did Game of Thrones’ Storytelling Get So Bad?

Game of Thrones concludes this Sunday on HBO with 'The Dragon and the Wolf' at 9:00 pm EST.

Source: HBO

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