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Hans Zimmer & Benjamin WallfischBlade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Label:Epic – 19075800852, Alcon Sleeping Giant – 19075800852
2 x CD, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered
Genre:Electronic, Stage & Screen
Style:Score, Soundtrack, Ambient


1-1Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch20493:37
1-2Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischSapper's Tree1:36
1-3Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischFlight To LAPD1:47
1-4Frank SinatraSummer Wind2:54
1-5Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischRain2:26
1-6Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischWallace5:23
1-7Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischMemory2:32
1-8Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischMesa3:10
1-9Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischOrphanage1:13
1-10Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischFurnace3:41
1-11Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischSomeone Lived This3:13
1-12Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischJoi3:51
2-1Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischPilot2:17
2-2Elvis PresleySuspicious Minds4:22
2-3Elvis Presley & The JordanairesCan't Help Falling In Love3:02
2-4Frank SinatraOne For My Baby (And One More For The Road)4:24
2-5Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischHijack5:32
2-6Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischThat's Why We Believe3:36
2-7Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischHer Eyes Were Green6:17
2-8Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischSea Wall9:53
2-9Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischAll The Best Memories Are Hers3:22
2-10Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischTears In The Rain2:10
2-11Hans Zimmer, Benjamin WallfischBlade Runner10:05
2-12Lauren DaigleAlmost Human3:22

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Second edition of the limited, numbered edition of the CD with alternate cover art. Limited to 2,049 copies.
Six-panel (tri-fold) cardsleeve

Compilation © & ℗ 2017 Alcon Sleeping Giant (ASG) Records exclusively distributed by Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 190758008523
  • Other (CD 1): 88985494342-1
  • Other (CD 2): 88985494342-2
  • Other (Booklet): 88985494342
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): DIDX-1088373 1 A02
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L328
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 50C8
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): DIDX-1088374 1 A01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L327
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 50C8

Other Versions (5 of 15)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Blade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (24×File, MP3, Album, 320kbps)Warner Bros. RecordsY4DDBR01MP320US2017
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Blade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2×CD, Album)Epic, Alcon Sleeping Giant190758030920US2017
Blade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2×CD, Album)Epic, Alcon Sleeping Giant, Sony Music19075803092Europe2017
Blade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2×CD, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered)Epic, Alcon Sleeping Giant88985494342US2017
Blade Runner 2049 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2×LP, Album)Epic, Alcon Sleeping Giant, Sony Music19075803641UK & Europe2017


Eldon.Tyrell's profile picture
Tears In The Rain should credit Vangelis, as it's a cover of Vangelis composition, still don't understand why everywhere (in the booklet too) it's credited "Hans Zimmer, Benjamin Wallfisch"
ksatterwhite's profile picture
Mondo is putting out a re-issue of this on LP with some great looking artwork.
DJ_Geist's profile picture
I listened to this back-to-back tonight with the 180 gram vinyl 2018 reissue of original blade runner soundtrack. What a wonderful way to spend an early summer evening. Each album is good in its own way - but here are some comments (sometimes comparing with the original movie Vangelis soundtrack vinyl)

1) Sound quality.... My copy does NOT have fingerprints or signs of dirt/mishandling from a new-purchased copy. Looks clean right out of the packaging. I washed each vinyl with spin-clean record cleaning wash, carefully, just to prep for the ideal listening experience. Out of the 2 vinyls, 4 sides total, there were 3 instances where the lower-volume gradient intros did have some light crackle, i.e. instead of listening to the growing pure drone of a synth there are some 'fireplace crackle' vinyl artifacts audible when first putting the cartridge to the vinyl on 3 sides. Well for whatever reason when I gave the vinyl a light sweep with a carbon fiber brush, on the 2nd play this crackle, which mind you is probably a tolerable amount for many, was probably decreased by 40% or so. No longer as irritating. And it's only in the first minute or so, i.e. very outer edges of the vinyl. For the rest of each vinyl surface crackle was almost nonexistent, i.e. about what you would expect from a good clean new well-manufactured vinyl record. Thus I have to report that this is not vinyl that has every sound come at you, regardless of dynamics (i.e. especially quiet parts), out of the blackest of empty silences with no surface noise whatsoever. I wish it was so. This is a paradox of vinyl altogether (i.e. sounds better than lossy digital formats, but does bear some artifacts).

2. Music quality.....Original Blade Runner soundtrack has much more emphasis on crime-noir themes in a sci-fi setting. Suitable for a focus on Deckard as someone who is a detective who is intrigued by a dame and is in pursuit of something where outside forces are powerful and pushing back. The Vangelis stuff works well because it's like a futuristic jazz sax at times, at other times has a piano section that you imagine in a dusty, whiskey filled bar - goes with the loney detective seeking occasional respite in a rough world. Some of this carries over to Blade Runner 2049 of course, but in the case of 2049 there is more of a ongoing focus (I think) of the protagonist being puzzled/affected/haunted by his own (implanted) memories and shifting sense of identity/affinity. I'm sure others who study these movies may disagree but I'm just offering an interpretation here, and I'll just throw out the tentative suggestion that Deckard throws himself outside into the world more, whereas K is much more "in his own head" from even the very start of the movie. So, the newer 2049 sound track has more atmospheric surges and swells, like the things K is trying to sort out in his own head, and the piano theme here is comparatively much more sparse (just about the only non-synth melodic element). Bottom line - there are overlaps between the two soundtracks but also differences in thematic emphasis. So, the newer soundtrack suits the more recent film. Also as a 2018 listener I just think Vangelis is great for reedy synth pads and textures that by now are presets on so many hardware synths today. The newer soundtrack seems to have more processed sounds for more modern times, i.e. the otherworldly pads and droning sounds and other textures are the next evolution. Timbre/distortion etc is pushed more in the newer soundtrack as part of the sonic construction.

3. Coherence of presentation.....I wish the pop song did not exist at the end of side 4. It doesn't fit the mood of the soundtrack but I guess it's nice like an alarm clock to remind you to get up and take the cartridge off the vinyl. It's basically the 'end credits ' song that gets you to rustle about, gather your things, and leave the movie theater. But out of a whole long soundtrack you get no elvis or adele etc for all the rest of the vinyl, which is nice.

4. Packaging.....I wish the packaging of the vinyl for Blade Runner 2049 was more epic - gatefold, etc. But it's good enough just because it represents what is basically the movie poster on the front cover. I'm sticking the vinyl in some mobile fidelity sleeves then sticking the cardboard outer sleeve in some protective mylar with backing - it will look nice that way.

Final review, then, subjective score:

Quality of soundtrack: 8.5/10. It's unique, it's great, it takes me places. I will re-listen often.

Quality of pressing 7/10. Not the disaster people make it out to be. But I do recommend cleaning the vinyl. I don't know why there is the 'intro of vinyl/right at beginning' crackle.

Quality of packaging 5/10 - average

Listened to using ortofon 2M Bronze cartridge. Playing music back on Adam A8X monitors + sub
elintseeker's profile picture
Edited 3 years ago
Soundtrack is superb (with the exception of that last track/pop song) but the pressing leaves much more to be desired. There was dusty paper residue on the records from the sleeves they came in (people should stop packing them in those thick paper/cardboard material) and all sides had plenty of pops and clicks throughout. Initially I thought it was from the paper residue stuck within the grooves but after cleaning them twice on my own and one professionally done at the record store, the pops and clicks remain. Epic, Alcon Sleeping Giant Records and Sony Music...step up the quality yo.
Flurokazoo's profile picture
Mine sounds okay after cleaning but it is slightly warped. Also disappointed in the packaging. Hoping this soundtrack will get a better release in the future.
AskeladdenBlack's profile picture
Has anyone run a copy of the vinyl pressing through a vacuum record cleaner and has it helped get rid of any of the surface noise?
mjk37's profile picture
No fingerprints on my numbered edition but they were dirty and there is surface noise when played. They aren't warped. I agree that the last song is somewhat out of place. The music is great but the inclusion of 'Tears In The Rain' by Vangelis reminds you of just how high the bar of comparison is to his score.
Pheenixx's profile picture
Apparently the CDs of this have mastering problems and distortion that's not present on the downloads. Can anyone verify?