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Listen to Westworld’s Haunting Piano Soundtrack as You Wait for Season 2


It feels like every time someone brings up the Westworld season finale, more and more questions come up. Every other day there’s a new theory or some strange revelation about an important object and no one really knows what to make of it.

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As we wait for season 2 to give us some answers (or more questions), you can grab the soundtrack on iTunes or stream them on Spotify. The piano is both a storytelling device and a metaphor that Ford brings up a couple times. Whenever I rewatch an episode, I feel like I see something new–so maybe you’ll come to some new revelations from obsessively listening to the soundtrack!

The mix of both classical and contemporary music on the show has received a lot of praise from viewers. Composer Ramin Djawad has referred to the covers as a “subtle reminder that, ‘Wait, there is something not right. This is not real.’ It’s just such a powerful tool that only music can do.” The album is embedded below:

A handful of songs were released halfway through the season, but now we have the whole thing! I think the cover of Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black” might be my favorite, mainly because of the amazing Maeve scene it accompanies. What’s your favorite cover?

(via Slash Film)
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