This week, we’re thrilled to present the first soundtrack release from Lakeshore’s new groundbreaking partnership with EA Games! First up is Longshot: Homecoming, featuring score by Academy Award®-nominated composer John Debney! Keep reading to grab pre-orders from highly anticipated releases like It’s Always Blue: Songs From Legion and “Mr. Robot” Volume 5!
This is dark, futuristic, urban and industrial and utterly absorbing. – Set The Tape
Set The Tape reviews the Legion Season 2 soundtrack featuring score by Jeff Russo! Whether you have yet to catch up on the current season or still need to dive head-long into the mesmerizing score, this review will make you want to put on the music that is every bit a part of the world belonging to super mutant David Haller (Dan Stevens). And with the announcement of a Season 3 confirmed from FX, we know there will be more of Jeff Russo’s music to appreciate.
To celebrate the imminent album release, we’re sharing the striking track “202 Main on Ends (Full Version),” which closes the album with a whirling fusion of electronics and orchestration that evokes the dreamy, yet dangerous atmosphere of the show. – Den of Geek
As previously mentioned, the Legion Season 2 soundtrack is headed your way on May 25, and here is another exclusive listen! Ahead of the full album release via Lakeshore Records, the track, “202 Main on Ends (Full Version)” is now available to listen at Den Of Geek! Are you excited about this new Jeff Russo tv score album?
When FX teased the Legion Season 2 premiere with a clip from that wild “Dance Battle” scene, we knew we were in for another mind-blowing season. Exclusive now at Paste Magazine, you can listen to the full “Dance Battle” track by Jeff Russo! Listen now ahead of the Season 2 soundtrack release via Lakeshore Records, because you won’t be able to hear the full track anywhere else until May 25! Keep reading to watch a clip of that epic scene.
And then our hero steps back into the center of a quartet of boogieing patrons, a thumping techno song drops on the soundtrack and the newly formed fivesome break into a highly choreographed dance routine. – David Fear, Rolling Stone
One of the most talked-about shows on TV right now is easily Legion on FX! The trippy, mind-blowing series continues to challenge everything we know or think about what’s going on with David Haller and the fellow mutants on the series. Showrunner Noah Hawley has taken viewers on quite a ride in Season 2, and you want to know what Rolling Stone has to say about all this. What do you think of the series so far?