That stellar day has finally come for fans of “Star Wars.” With the release of the much-anticipated movie “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” today, Dec. 18, those heading to theaters can get pumped up before they go by listening to the soundtrack, now available on iTunes.
Start off listening to the iconic main title track and enjoy approximately 70 minutes of movie songs from artist John Williams. As you might expect, the first and last tracks are the longest of the bunch at just over six minutes for the title track, “Main Title and the Attack on Jakku Village” and almost nine minutes for “The Jedi Steps and Finale.”
Each song is available for purchase separately at $1.29 or you can get the entire soundtrack for just $11.99 on iTunes. You can also stream it with Apple Music or just get a quick fix with the “Star Wars” station on iTunes Radio.
This is the seventh installment in the epic “Star Wars” movie series and fans everywhere are gearing up to hit theaters today. If you haven’t yet purchased your tickets, the movie’s website is offering a few options for advanced tickets from Fandango, IMAX, and MovieTickets.com.
So, enjoy the soundtrack, immerse yourself in the movie, and may the force be with you.
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