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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Special Edition]


Download links and information about The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) [Special Edition] by Howard Shore. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack, Classical genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 02:09:17 minutes.

Artist: Howard Shore
Release date: 2013
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack, Classical
Tracks: 29
Duration: 02:09:17
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No. Title Length
1. The Quest for Erebor 3:22
2. Wilderland 4:56
3. A Necromancer (Bonus Track) 2:54
4. The House of Beorn (Extended Version) 4:52
5. Mirkwood (Extended Version) 5:31
6. Flies and Spiders (Extended Version) 9:35
7. The Woodland Realm (Extended Version) 5:14
8. Feast of Starlight 2:48
9. Barrels Out of Bond 1:50
10. The Forest River (Extended Version) 5:10
11. Bard, a Man of Lake-Town (Extended Version) 3:18
12. The High Fells (Extended Version) 3:38
13. The Nature of Evil 3:20
14. Protector of the Common Folk 3:35
15. Thrice Welcome 3:33
16. Girion, Lord of Dale (Extended Version) 4:15
17. Durin's Folk (Extended Version) 3:04
18. In the Shadow of the Mountain 2:15
19. A Spell of Concealment (Extended Version) 3:22
20. On the Doorstep 7:46
21. The Courage of Hobbits 3:00
22. Inside Information 3:48
23. Kingsfoil 2:25
24. A Liar and a Thief 3:41
25. The Hunters (Extended Version) 9:55
26. Smaug (Extended Version) 6:29
27. My Armor Is Iron 5:16
28. I See Fire (featuring Ed Sheeran) 5:00
29. Beyond the Forest 5:25



Composer Howard Shore's magnificent, appropriately epic work on director Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy garnered the Canadian composer three Academy awards, and rightly so. When Jackson decided to tackle The Hobbit in 2012, it took little convincing to bring Shore back to Middle Earth along with him, and the resulting Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the first of three installments, dutifully reflected the lighter tone of the pre-Fellowship film while paying homage to the darker adventures that follow. For The Desolation of Smaug, Shore honed the themes introduced in An Unexpected Journey and amped up the darkness and bombast, introducing a memorable new cue to accompany the arrival of the film's scaly antagonist.