20 Songs, 1 Hour 5 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Go under the sea with the lush sounds of DC’s fish man.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Go under the sea with the lush sounds of DC’s fish man.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
60 Ratings
60 Ratings
MrHusker ,

Somebody please get Pitbull out of music

Ocean to Ocean might be the worst piece of oral spew ever created. How does this guy even have a record deal

Mr.Valor99 ,

Leaving Artists Behind

Although the movie was great, the soundtrack forgot a couple songs played in the film. There is a song by a group from Iceland. It’s played when Arthur’s father falls in love with Atlanta.

There is another moment in a bar scene when a group of big, intimidating men walk up to Arthur. The scene is then played out to be a beginning of a fight with Arthur and this group of big guys. Then one of the guys pulls out a phone requesting Aqua-man to take a picture with them. The scene progresses as the Greta Van Fleet song plays “Safari Song”

I don’t think the soundtrack gave the artists involved much credit. Especially because they are great songs and they should be a big part of this soundtrack

Wakkidus ,

Amazing score plus a beautiful closing credits song

Got to see an early screening of Aquaman in the U.S. and Gregson-Williams knocks it out of the park. He doesn't repeat a single beat of his phenomenal Wonder Woman score, but instead creates something more in line with Daft Punk's Tron: Legacy score - which was totally unexpected. His Black Manta theme has quickly become one of my favorite superhero movie character themes of all time. It's a shame the Pitbull song is getting all the social media attention. It's in the film for a total of 15 seconds. The real musical star of the show is Skylar Grey. Everything I Need is beautiful and haunting, and not something I was expecting to hear in a movie like this.

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