Get ready to rock out with your amputated Neolutionist tail out, Clone Club, because the official soundtrack and score for Orphan Black are about to be released. Soon you, too, will be able to dance party it up and/or recreate your favorite scenes from the BBC America series with two brand spankin’ new titles coming your way.
The two collections—both being released on May 18 of this year—feature the two musical sides of the series of many faces: both the traditional score from the first two seasons (composed by Trevor Yuile) which includes the main theme by Two Fingers (alter-ego of electronic musician Amon Tobin), and the soundtrack featuring many of the songs we’ve heard over the past two seasons. And don’t worry—the latter definitely includes Meredith Brooks’ “Bitch.”
According to composer Trevor Yuile, “I started with Sarah in the early episodes; everything was derived from her original palette. If you listen closely, not only do the clones have their own themes and palettes but I often borrow from one and bring it to another (depending on the scene).” You can find the links from which to order them both here and here.
Now how’s about the tracklisting for the soundtrack itself, eh?
1. Theme From Orphan Black (Two Fingers) (00:36)
2. Rain Of Gold (Young Empires) (3:16)
3. It Ain’t You (The Ettes) (2:23)
4. Earthforms (Matthew Dear) (3:33)
5. Mon Ton Ton (Humans) (4:38)
6. Shuggie (Foxygen) (3:21)
7. Bitch (Meredith Brooks) (4:13)
8. Blame Fiction (The Belle Game) (3:51)
9. Live In The Bedroom (Tim Moxam) (4:53)
10. Head Over Heels (Tears For Fears) (4:15)
11. Crazy (Diana Salvatore) (3:14)
12. When I Was Abroad (Daniel Romano) (2:16)
13. West End Sky (Elliott Brood) (2:39)
14. Love Is All Around (The Troggs) (3:01)
Oh, and since they didn’t include it on the actual soundtrack, here’s the song they used during the Clone Club Dance Party (it’s “Water Prayer Rasta Mix (Matt the Alien Remix)” by Adham Shaikh):
What songs would you put on an Orphan Black soundtrack? Let us hear your suggestions in the comments, and be sure to check out our Clone Club playlists right here.