The album features three versions of the Game Of Thrones theme, "It's Always Summer Under The Sea" (Shireen's Song) by Kerry Ingram, And "The Bear And The Maiden Fair" by The Hold Steady. Two of them are previously unreleased. "Dark Wings, Dark Words" is a downtempo choir version of the theme, and "For The Realm" is a solo guitar version of the theme performed by Djawadi himself.
The soundtrack is currently available through all digital retailers, CD retail locations as well as the HBO Shop for the suggested retail price of £12.
Game of Thrones is based on George R.R. Martin's fantasy series A Song Of Ice and Fire, where political and sexual intrigue abound as seven noble families fight for control of the mythical land of Westeros.
The 19 track album is available as a physical CD and download.
The track listing is as follows:
01: Main Title
02: A Lannister Always Pays His Debts
04: I Paid The Iron Price
05: Chaos Is A Ladder
06: Dark Wings, Dark Words
07: You Know Nothing
08: Wall Of Ice
10: I Have To Go North
11: White Walkers
12: "It's Always Summer Under The Sea" (Shireen's Song) - Kerry Ingram
14: "The Bear And The Maiden Fair" - The Hold Steady
15: The Night Is Dark
16: The Lannisters Send Their Regards
17: Heir To Winterfell
19: For The Realm
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