The track titles were posted on Amazon France before being swiftly deleted
The tracklisting for John Williams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens soundtrack was released over the weekend, apparently by accident.
All 23 songs titles were posted on Amazon France and then removed, but not before Star Wars fans had spotted them and shared them on various messageboards.
The full tracklisting appears below – but be warned, it contains potential plot spoilers. Star Wars: The Force Awakens continues the franchise’s long-term collaboration with Williams, who also scored the six previous Star Wars movies.
‘Main Title And The Attack On The Jakku Village’
‘I Can Fly Anything’
‘Rey Meets BB-8’
‘That Girl With The Staff’
‘Kylo Ren Arrives At The Battle’
‘Han And Leia’
‘March Of The Resistance’
‘On The Inside’
‘The Ways Of The Force’
Scherzo for X-Wings
‘Farewell and the Trip’
‘The Jedi Steps and Finale’
John Williams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens soundtrack album will be released on Friday, December 18 – the same day the film opens in US cinemas. In the UK, The Force Awakens arrives a day earlier on Thursday, December 17.
The story takes place 30 years after the events of Return Of The Jedi but specific plot details are being kept tightly under wraps. The film’s script was penned by director JJ Abrams, Toy Story 3 writer Michael Arndt and Star Wars franchise veteran Lawrence Kasdan.
Alongside the returning trio of Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher, the film’s cast includes Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Lupita Nyong’o, Max von Sydow and Andy Serkis. Abrams has recently revealed that Carrie Fisher’s Leia will not be referred to as “Princess” in the film, but has instead been given a new, more military-sounding title.
Meanwhile, Hamill has suggested that his character Luke Skywalker will be in isolation during The Force Awakens, adding: “There are lots of surprises in this movie.”