The highly anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey Motion Picture soundtrack has finally leaked online. It was just a matter of time considering Rebel Heart album and all other albums leaked online before the official release date. The original release date for Fifty Shades of Grey Motion Picture Soundtrack was set on February 10, 2015 and the leak is 5 days early. As of now (after few hours of leaking), the album is making rounds on the Internet.
Tracks Officially Released So Far from Fifty Shades of Grey Motion Picture Soundtrack
We got to listen to quite a lot of tracks from the album before the leak. First it was Beyonce’s “Crazy In Love” then “Earned It” by The Weeknd, “Love Me Like You Do” by Ellie Goulding, Sia’s “Salted Wound”, “Where You Belong” by The Weeknd and just yesterday we listened to “I Know You” by Skylar Grey. We are pretty much in love with every song.
However, the wait is over now. We have the full soundtrack for your listening pleasure.
NOTE: We are not, by any mean, supporting the leak or promoting it. Listen to the soundtrack and if you were going to purchase the album, please do it despite enjoying the leak. There are so many artists involved in this soundtrack and they deserve compensation for their hard work.
Listen to Full Fifty Shades of Grey Motion Picture Soundtrack
01) I Put A Spell On You – Annie Lennox
02. Undiscovered – Laura Welsh
03. Earned It – The Weeknd
04. Meet Me In The Middle – Jessie Ware
05. Love Me Like You Do – Ellie Goulding
06. Haunted (Michael Diamond Remix) – Beyonce
07. Salted Wound – Sia
08. Beast Of Burden – The Rolling Stones
09. I’m On Fire – AWOLNATION
10. Crazy In Love (2014 Remix)- Beyonce
11. Witchcraft – Frank Sinatra
12. One Last Night – Vault
13. Where You Belong – The Weeknd
14. I Know You – Skylar Grey
15. Ana And Christian – Danny Elfman
16. Did That Hurt? – Danny Elfman
Are you in the mood yet? This is one hot and soothing playlist. If you like what you hear, make sure you buy the full Fifty Shades of Grey Motion Picture Soundtrack from iTunes or Amazon.
Leave a comment what you think about this insane playlist. Do you think it’s suitable for a movie of the caliber of Fifty Shades of Grey?