FIFTY SHADES OF GREY Soundtrack

fifty-shades-of-grey---we-aim-to-pleaseValentine’s Day 2015: Anticipation has been building for months for the sexiest motion picture in years. The adaptation of E.L. James’ erotic thriller “Fifty Shades Of Grey” comes to the silver screen on the most romantic day of the year. Despite concerns over the book’s theme of domination, submission, bondage, stalking, and overt sexual overtones, theaters are expecting an opening day sell out. Jamie Dornan as Christian and Dakota Johnson as Anastasia landed the lead roles. The motion picture has two soundtracks ready for release. One version is a fifteen track all-Classical version with selections chosen by E.L. James herself. She stated these as the songs that inspired the writing process.

fifty_shades_trailerThe second soundtrack to “Fifty Shades Of Grey” will feature an all-star lineup of musical artists. Beyonce’s seductive version of “Crazy In Love” was previewed this past summer in the trailer and a second track “Haunted” is included on the soundtrack. In addition, Annie Lennox sings the theme song, a mesmerizing cover of “I Put A Spell On You”. An early single, Ellie Goulding’s smouldering “Love Me Like You Do” has only amped up anticipation for the first big movie of 2015. Of course, the Rolling Stones classic “Beast of Burden” and Sia’s “Salted Wound” totally sync with the movie’s theme. The Weeknd steals the show with his seductive and hypnotic future hit, “Earned It”.

1. I Put A Spell On You (Fifty Shades of Grey)” – Annie Lennox
2. Undiscovered – Laura Welsh
3. Earned It (Fifty Shades Of Grey) – The Weeknd
4. Meet Me In The Middle – Jessie Ware
5. Love Me Like You Do – Ellie Goulding
6. Haunted (Michael Diamond Remix) – Beyoncé
7. Salted Wound – Sia
8. Beast Of Burden – The Rolling Stones
9. I m On Fire – AWOLNATION
10. Crazy In Love (2014 Remix) – Beyoncé
11. Witchcraft – Frank Sinatra
12. One Last Night – Vaults
13. Where You Belong – The Weeknd
14. I Know You – Skylar Grey
15. Ana And Christian – Danny Elfman
16. Did That Hurt? – Danny Elfman

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