Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - John Williams

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

John Williams

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2019-12-18
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19

  • ℗ 2019 Lucasfilm Ltd.


Title Artist Time
Fanfare and Prologue John Williams 4:34
Journey to Exegol John Williams 2:49
The Rise of Skywalker John Williams 4:18
The Old Death Star John Williams 3:16
The Speeder Chase John Williams 3:21
Destiny of a Jedi John Williams 5:12
Anthem of Evil John Williams 3:23
Fleeing from Kijimi John Williams 2:51
We Go Together John Williams 3:17
Join Me John Williams 3:42
They Will Come John Williams 2:50
The Final Saber Duel John Williams 3:57
Battle of the Resistance John Williams 2:51
Approaching the Throne John Williams 4:16
The Force Is with You John Williams 3:59
Farewell John Williams 5:14
Reunion John Williams 4:04
A New Home John Williams 1:47
Finale John Williams 10:51


  • Really? 5 star?

    By Gil619
    Disney must be hurting with this horrible movie they try to call Star Wars! First of some of the music is good but not all of it was great. For those that giving it 5 stars are fake.
  • ❤️

    By Trust and Us
  • The best Star Wars album

    By star wars fan 08
    This is the best album it has some of the best Star Wars songs and for a cheap price
  • Gracias

    By Cut me in!
    John Williams is a legend.
  • Another gem

    By Mike The Finger
    John Williams has released the best Star Wars album since Empire Strikes Back. So many great themes. The Rise of Skywalker theme is great. A fitting end to the final Skywalker chapter. Absolutely love John Williams.
  • The Secret Sauce of Star Wars

    By BlueAngel1836
    Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker made its debut in theaters on December 20, 2019 to conclude the Skywalker Saga after 42 years of storytelling. One of the constants of these films has been the muscial scoring by Composer John Williams, who, I assume, everyone reading this review knows. Star Wars sountracks are a big part of my music library, and have been since I was a kid. I enjoy each and every piece, and there is no other music that automatically puts a smile on my face than that glorious fanfare with every opening crawl. Although I enjoyed music from this particular soundtrack, I was disappointed with the choices made as far as which pieces of music to include. The soundtrack lacks many of the epic songs we heard during key moments in the film such as Rey's training in the forest, as well as the arrival of the fleet during the Battle of Exegol. Overall, the soundtrack delivers the nostalgic sound that is, as George Lucas put it in 2017 at Star Wars Celebration, "the secret sauce of Star Wars". However, having said that, this soundtrack needed additional songs that were in the film that I believe fans want.
  • Is good... buuuuuuuuut

    By DeloreanPro
    They left out one of the best tracks from the movie, won’t say because spoilers, but it includes a very upbeat version of the theme that is epic and a masterpiece... so the left it out.

    By Chance Marino
    Love John Williams! This is the best way to end the saga! The new themes are amazing and the original themes mixed in make it such a heartwarming soundtrack.
  • What happened John??

    By TMan_TF99
    I have been getting all of the John Williams Star Wars soundtracks since I was a kid with the Star Wars LP. I grew up on the OT soundtrack albums and was happy when the supplemental material was later published to fill out what was missing due to space constraints in those days. This album, in several instances, does not even contain the actual music that plays in the movie that it references. For example the "prologue" portion after the opening SW theme. The most obvious is "Journey to Exegol" when in glimpses sounds like it, but this was imo a standout piece of chase-like music with strings in the movie as Kylo Ren and similarly later when Rey goes to Exegol. Not the same music. Each Star Wars soundtrack has several pieces of unique music that are added with the new movie. Not really so with this one, although there are some nice variations to Rey's theme. In this album are a lot of regurgitaed old Emperor themes from ROTJ and the "finale" sounds like a compilation musical piece that touches on all major themes from OT and ST. I've never been disappointed in any of John Williams' SW soundtracks until this one; on the most part they are iconic, the guy is a composing legend. Just don't know what happened putting together this one and why some of the music is different than in the movie.
  • Wonderful score to a terrible trilogy

    By Fletch F. Fletch
    Williams can always be counted on to deliver inspiring and affecting work and once again he comes through. The tragedy is his work on this trilogy is far better than the movies themselves deserve. It is with great irony that such unimaginative and poorly thought out mega budgeted cash cows are blessed with such wonderfully conceived and executed scores.

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