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'The Twilight Saga: New Moon' - The Music (videos / streams)

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Monday, Nov 16, 2009
by PopMatters Staff

The long-awaited, at least in some quarters, new Twilight movie hits theatres later this week, but the hype has been going on seemingly forever. Part of that was the early release of the film’s soundtrack, an indie soaked affair featuring Thom Yorke, Death Cab for Cutie, St. Vincent and others that clearly has the vampire film franchise trying to reach into a hipper audience base this time around.


We’ve rounded up the available videos for the soundtrack below. Don’t be surprised if this is all you really need in the way of Twilight. Where there’s no decent video, we have included a link to a streaming version of the song on Lala or YouTube.


01 Death Cab For Cutie - “Meet Me on the Equinox”



  
02 Band of Skulls - “Friends”


03 Thom Yorke- “Hearing Damage”


04 Lykke Li - “Possibility”


05 The Killers - “A White Demon Love Song”


06 Anya Marina - “Satellite Heart”


07 Muse - “I Belong to You (New Moon Remix)”


08 Bon Iver and St. Vincent - “Rosyln”


09 Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - “Done All Wrong”


10 Hurricane Bells - “Monsters”


11 Sea Wolf - “The Violet Hour”


12 Ok Go - “Shooting the Moon”


13 Grizzly Bear (Feat. Victoria Legrand) - “Slow Life”


14 Editors - “No Sound But the Wind”


15 Alexandre Desplat - “New Moon (The Meadow)”


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