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John Williams - Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) FLAC Album


1Finn’s Confession2:08
2Han And Leia4:41
3That Girl With The Staff1:58
4Rey Meets BB-81:31
5Main Title And The Attack On The Jakku Village6:25
6The Ways Of The Force3:14
7Torn Apart4:19
8Follow Me2:54
9The Scavenger3:39
10On The Inside2:06
11Maz’s Counsel3:07
12The Starkiller1:50
13Farewell And The Trip4:55
14March Of The Resistance2:34
15The Abduction2:23
16Kylo Ren Arrives At The Battle2:00
17I Can Fly Anything3:10
18Scherzo For X-Wings2:32
19Rey’s Theme3:11
20The Jedi Steps And Finale8:51
21The Rathtars!4:05
23The Falcon3:32


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
D002177202John Williams Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Walt Disney RecordsD002177202US2015
8733588John Williams Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album)Walt Disney Records, Lucasfilm Ltd.8733588Australia2015
00050087340445John Williams Star Wars : Le Réveil De La Force (Bande Originale Du Film) ‎(CD, Album)Walt Disney Records00050087340445France2015
8733588John Williams Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album, Jew)Walt Disney Records8733588Argentina2015
AVCW-63115John Williams Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album)Walt Disney RecordsAVCW-63115Japan2015


  • Contractor [Music Contractor]Sandy Decrescent
  • Contractor [Vocal Contractor]Sally Stevens
  • Design [Hand-etching]Tristan Duke
  • Mastered ByPatricia Sullivan
  • ProducerJohn Williams
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByShawn Murphy
  • Score EditorRamiro Belgardt, Robert Wolff


℗ 2015 © 2016 & ™ Lucasfilm Ltd.
Burbank, CA 91521.

Holograms hand-etched by Tristan Duke of Infinity Light Science.

Disc 1 side B (Millennium Falcon)
Disc 2 side D (TIE Fighter).

Packaged in an embossed gatefold sleeve, featuring a 'hologramatic' effect on 'Star Wars' and the stars.
Includes a 16-page booklet.

Sticker on shrinkwrap:
"Includes a one-of-a-kind 3D holographic experience featuring the Millennium Falcon on disc 1 & TIE Fighter on disc 2
DMM Direct Metal Mastering 180 gram vinyl D002364401 ST01"


  • Barcode (Printed): 0 5008734216 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0050087342166
  • Matrix / Runout: 1E1 / 1H
  • Matrix / Runout: 1E2 / AB
  • Matrix / Runout: 1E2 /H
  • ASIN: B0195LM49O


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Lucasfilm Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Lucasfilm Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Sony Pictures Studios
  • Mixed At – Sony Pictures Studios
  • Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Pressed By – GZ Media


John Williams - Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) FLAC Album
John Williams
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
FLAC size:
2708 mb
MP3 size:
1297 mb
WMA size:
2555 mb
UK, Europe & US
17 Jun 2016
Walt Disney Records, Lucasfilm Ltd.
Soundtrack, Score
Catalog №:
I have two copies of the tie fighter disc and no millennium falcon. Looking for someone who possibly received two falcons and wants to trade. [email protected]
Great hologram effect, however even called as audiophile 180g, there is a problem with the cutting machine noise slightly noticeable between tracks. It sounds like a warp engine from the Startrek or something like that. Records sounds good, but not the best.
Just received mine today, and found it was missing disc 1 of 2. Tie fighters are noticeable and look neat.
Totally awesome - both the hologram and quality of the vinyl blew me away. Now locked away!!
When I saw this in action my jaw dropped through the floor and my neighbours sued me for damage. The hologram is &@^$& impressive. I got no problems with my copy. You don't need any specific light to reveal the graphics. You can use the flashlight from your phone.
Strangely enough, my copy didn't come with the hype sticker on the shrinkwrap... but other than that, everything is exactly what I expected. Some amount of surface noise is present (I mostly blame the printed inner sleeves they come in; the records come dirty with shed paper, so you'll need to at least brush them off with record brushes), but I don't think the noise ever overpower the music. The holograms look pretty awesome, especially the TIE Fighter. And the music "crammed" on the hologram sides sounds just as good as everything else in this pressing. Since it was my father who bought it for himself, I have no more complaints about it, so it's a nice addition to the collection.Also, mind you that there are several variants on the GZ deadwax etches, more specifically the last letter, the galvanoplasty number (stampers maybe?), so I'll have to guess that tens of thousands of copies were made worldwide.Also I can't stand how the ultra-glossy jacket and the labels are fingerprint magnets.
Please someone tell me how many of these were printed??
Mitars Riders
How does this sound? Can anyone provide any insight?
It's sounds great, just remember ~~even the quiet moments on 180 gram vinyl can have surface noise and this does. Though nothing overwhelming.
No issues on sound quality for me. Cut on 180gm so deep enough not to lose anything even with the hologram. Its a great gimmick and gives me two of my favorite things at the same time
Sounds quality is perfect. There are no issues or reduction of sound quality in regards to the hologram placement on side two. Some tracks reflect existing music but the bulk are new. I would say the only concern is whether you want to part with quite a bit of cash just for the hologram!
The hologram is completely indiscernible on my copy. I couldn't even tell which one was which.
Try to illuminate the vinyl with the flashlight of your mobile, it worked for me like that.
You need to have a LED light and try aiming it from different angles.
Shine a light sabre over it, that should do the trick........
Little Devil
You have to hold a light up to it at an angle.
Shine a direct light above the deck. It's pretty amazing, for an hand etched (sic) bit of art.
Shine a light (mobile phone torch will do) on to it directly from above (12" above should do) with record spinning for best effect.
Your light may be too broad. Try a narrower light.
so, they crushed the grooves together way too tightly in order to fit a silly hologram on there? no thanks. i was under the impression that maybe they kept those sides extra short in order to free up the dead wax needed for the holograms.
The B side is short at only 15 minutes of music, Side D is also short at just under 14 minutes of music. No loss of quality compared to the non-hologram sides A & C.
The holograms are on sides B and D which are shorter, about 15 minutes each. Sides A and C on the other hand are over 20 minutes each.
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