Abduction Soundtrack Details Revealed

This press release just in:

Epic Records is pleased to announce a September 20th, 2011 release for Abduction – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, the companion album to the upcoming Lionsgate action thriller release starring Taylor Lautner (the TWILIGHT franchise). The movie directed by John Singleton will hit theaters nationwide on September 23rd.

Abduction – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack features original music spanning a wide spectrum of genres in support of its action packed release. The accompanying soundtrack features brand new tracks from veteran hit makers Train and up and coming alt songstress Oh Land. Superstar Lenny Kravitz adds “Come On Get It” taken from his new album to be released Summer 2011 and Raphael Saadiq contributes “Heart Attack” coming off the heels of his new release, Stone Rollin’. Hitmakers Cobra Starship follows up their latest MTV VMA performance by adding “#1Nite,” co-written by Ryan Teder of multiplatinum band One Republic.

Said Lionsgate’s Head Of Film Tracy McKnight of the soundtrack’s release, “Abduction is a movie with something for everyone – heart-pounding action, the magnetism of Taylor Lautner, a high school love story, and great performances from veteran character actors. It’s fitting that the soundtrack also offer something for everyone – the songs from new and established artists range from moody to upbeat, and make the perfect companion to the film.”

Track Listing:

1. To Be Loved – Train

2. Come On Get It – Lenny Kravitz

3. Heart Attack – Raphael Saadiq

4. Twist – Oh Land

5. Under My Skin – Hot Bodies In Motion

6. Blame It On The Boom Boom – Black Stone Cherry

7. The Witness – Blaqk Audio

8. #1Nite – Cobra Starship

9. Good Girl – Alexis Jordan

10. Novocaine Lips – Matthew Koma

11. DJ Love Song – Superstar Shyra

12. The Chorus – Donora

13. Loving You Tonight – Andrew Allen

14. Abduction Suite – Edward Shearmur

 

Are any  of these artists that you’d like to see on the Breaking Dawn soundtrack?

Comments

  1. Nathan Carson says:

    Hot Bodies in Motion’s ‘Under My Skin’ is fantastic. They’re totally unknown, but I think these guys are going to be big after this gets out.

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