Fifty Shades Of Grey(2015)
- RatedR21 /GenreDrama, Romance
The Rolling Stones, Annie Lennox, Ellie Goulding and Jessie Ware are some of the artistes that contributed to the soundtrack of the highly anticipated adaptation of E.L. James's erotic novel, setting music to Christian and Anastasia's kinky games.
'Fifty Shades of Grey: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack' goes on sale 9 February 2015.
Beyoncé set things in motion in July 2014, when a sultry remix of her hit single 'Crazy in Love' was featured in one of the first 'Fifty Shades of Grey' teasers.
But she isn't the only chart-topping star on the soundtrack. Australian singer-songwriter Sia contributed the previously unreleased 'Salted Wound', while British singer Ellie Goulding shared her original song 'Love Me like You Do'.
'I Put A Spell On You' - Annie Lennox
Legendary music icons are also well represented on the track list, which includes Annie Lennox's recording of 'I Put a Spell on You' and the Rolling Stones' 'Beast of Burden'.
Even Frank Sinatra has a song - 'Witchcraft' - in the soundtrack.
Rising R&B star The Weeknd also supplied two original songs: 'Earned It' and 'Where You Belong'.
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Singers Jessie Ware, Laura Welsh and Skylar Grey, along with the American electronic group Awolnation and the British band Vault, can also be found on the new album.
'Fifity Shades of Grey', which stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, is among the most anticipated movies of 2015.
The film opens in Singapore 12 February 2015.
1. Annie Lennox - 'I Put a Spell On You'
2. Laura Welsh - 'Undiscovered'
3. The Weeknd - 'Earned It'
4. Jessie Ware - 'Meet Me In the Middle'
5. Ellie Goulding - 'Love Me Like You Do'
6. Beyoncé - 'Haunted (Michael Diamond Remix)'
7. Sia - 'Salted Wound'
8. The Rolling Stones - 'Beast of Burden'
9. AWOLNATION - 'I'm On Fire'
10. Beyoncé - 'Crazy In Love (2014 Remix)'
11. Frank Sinatra - 'Witchcraft'
12. Vaults - 'One Last Night'
13. The Weeknd - 'Where You Belong'
14. Skylar Grey - 'I Know You'
15. Danny Elfman - 'Ana and Christian'
16. Danny Elfman - 'Did That Hurt?'