Top 5 songs from ‘The Twilight Saga’ soundtracks

By Mallory Hatten,

With the release of Breaking Dawn: Part 2 inching closer and closer, it’s nice to reflect on the Twilight Saga as a whole, especially the great music that has come from each of the four soundtracks. Check out our top five picks for the best of the films’ scores and see if your favorite made the list!

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5. “Decode” by Paramore, Twilight: This fast-paced, catchy tune became an instant chart-topping hit. Not only is the band one of the best in the rock genre, but they brought the novel’s beloved characters to life on the big screen.

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4. “Let Me Sign” by Robert Pattinson, Twilight: It’s as if RPatz is singing directly to his on-screen ladylove, Kristen Stewart. The actor showcases his raspy, talented vocal abilities on the track, making hearts everywhere swoon.

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3. “Chop and Change” by The Black Keys, Eclipse: This band is one of the greatest amongst its generation. Pure rock-n-roll is what they aim for, and the lyrics in this song prove to be catchy and fun, while at the same time fitting perfectly with the film’s themes.

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2. “Solar Midnite” by Lupe Fiasco, New Moon: The singer wrote this song exclusively for the film. Lupe screened the film early – at the time unfinished – in order to pull inspiration from the characters and the stories they tell. The song is more rocky than the artist’s other works, but it still proves to be a great hit.

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1. "Supermassive Black Hole" by Muse, Twilight: Stephenie Meyer, author of the books, is a huge fan of the British band. Besides being 100 percent awesome, the song is placed at a point in the film when all the vampires gather together for a game of intense baseball. What’s not to love here?

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With just days away from the release of the final soundtrack for Breaking Dawn: Part 2, the anticipation is rising, as the album will feature the likes of Green Day, Ellie Goulding and Passion Pit.

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