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Complete Score

La-La Land Records released Danny Elfman's complete score to Batman on July 27, 2010.

Disc One: Original Score (film version)

  1. "Main Title"* (2:42)
  2. "Family*/First Batman*/Roof Fight*" (3:24)
  3. "Jack Vs. Eckhardt"* (1:37)
  4. "Up Building*/Card Snap*" (1:54)
  5. "Bat Zone*/Axis Set-Up*" (1:55)
  6. "Shootout"* (5:42)
  7. "Dinner Transition*/Kitchen Dinner* (**)/Surgery*" (3:00)
  8. "Face–Off* (**)/Beddy Bye*" (3:59)
  9. "Roasted Dude"* (1:03)
  10. "Vicki Spies (Flowers)"* (1:56)
  11. "Clown Attack"* (1:59)
  12. "Photos*/Beautiful Dreamer* (***)" (2:30)
  13. "Men at Work"* (0:33)
  14. "Paper Spin*/Alicia’s Mask*" (0:30)
  15. "Vicki Gets a Gift"* (1:13)
  16. "Alicia’s Unmasking"* (1:10)
  17. "Batman to the Rescue*/Batmobile Charge*/Street Fight*" (4:25)
  18. "Descent into Mystery"* (1:33)
  19. "Bat Cave*/Paper Throw*" (2:48)
  20. "The Joker’s Poem"* (0:59)
  21. "Sad Pictures"* (0:38)
  22. "Dream*/Challenge*/Tender Bat Cave* (**)" (4:28)
  23. "Charge of the Batmobile"* (1:43)
  24. "Joker Flies to Gotham (Unused)*/Batwing I*" (0:31)
  25. "Batwing II*/Batwing III*" (6:02)
  26. "Cathedral Chase"* (5:07)
  27. "Waltz to the Death"* (3:58)
  28. "Showdown I*/Showdown II*" (5:05)
  29. "Finale"* (**) (1:47)
  30. "End Credits"* (1:29)

Disc Two: Original Soundtrack Album (remastered)

  1. "The Batman Theme" (2:37)
  2. "Roof Fight" (1:22)
  3. "First Confrontation" (4:43)
  4. "Kitchen/Surgery/Face–Off"** (3:09)
  5. "Flowers" (1:51)
  6. "Clown Attack" (1:46)
  7. "Batman to the Rescue" (3:57)
  8. "Roasted Dude" (1:02)
  9. "Photos/Beautiful Dreamer"*** (2:31)
  10. "Descent into Mystery" (1:33)
  11. "The Bat Cave" (2:35)
  12. "The Joker’s Poem" (0:59)
  13. "Childhood Remembered" (2:43)
  14. "Love Theme"** (1:30)
  15. "Charge of the Batmobile" (1:41)
  16. "Attack of the Batwing" (4:45)
  17. "Up the Cathedral" (5:05)
  18. "Waltz to the Death" (3:56)
  19. "The Final Confrontation" (3:48)
  20. "Finale" (**) (***) (1:46)
  21. "Batman Theme Reprise" (1:31)

Bonus Cues

  1. "News Theme"* (0:11)
  2. "Joker’s Commercial"* (1:23)
  3. "Joker’s Muzak (unused)"* (1:15)
  4. "Main Title (alt 1)"* (2:42)
  5. "Photos*/Beautiful Dreamer (alt)* (**)" (2:33)
  6. "Batman to the Rescue (original ending)"* (0:52)
  7. "Charge of the Batmobile (film edit)"* (1:47)
  8. "Main Title (alt 2)"* (2:47)

(*) Previously unreleased
(**) includes "Scandalous!" composed by Prince with John L. Nelson
(***) includes "Beautiful Dreamer" composed by Stephen Foster

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