The ‘A Star Is Born’ Soundtrack Is Set To Feature A Ton Of New Music From Lady Gaga

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Movie trailers are designed for anticipation, but perhaps none have done it better in the last year than the upcoming remake of A Star Is Born. The directorial debut from four-time Acadamy Award-nominated actor Bradley Cooper, the film is notable for being the first cinematic starring vehicle for one of music’s most charismatic personalities and entrancing singers: Lady Gaga. Awards buzz for the picture and the performances is already on high alert, but today’s announcement for the soundtrack throws the ton of new hats into the music race of that awards season.

Set for release on October 5, the soundtrack for A Star Is Born offers up 19 songs, combining a number of originals written for the film with a couple covers. Lady Gaga has her hand all over the final product, singing the majority of the tracks and working as a producer and writer on many of them. Also popping up on the credits as writers and producers are Lukas Nelson — songwriter, son of Willie Nelson, and member of Neil Young’s Promise Of The Real — along with the likes of Mark Ronson, Julia Michaels, and Jason Isbell. Along with writing, directing, and starring in the film, Cooper also sings on many of the songs.

Check out the tracklist for the film below, in which many of the songs are spaced with dialogue scenes. A Star Is Born is set to open in theaters on October 5, the same day the soundtrack comes out.

01. Intro
02. Bradley Cooper — “Black Eyes” (Written and produced by Bradley Cooper and Lukas Nelson)
03. Somewhere Over The Rainbow
04. Fabulous French
05. Lady Gaga — “La Vie En Rose” (Written by Louiguy and Edith Piaf. Produced by Lady Gaga and Brian Newman)
06. I’ll Wait For You
07. Bradley Cooper — “Maybe It’s Time” (Written by Jason Isbell. Produced by Bradley Cooper and Benjamin Rice_
08. Parking Lot
09. Bradley Cooper — “Out of Time” (Written and produced by Bradley Cooper and Lukas Nelson)
10. Bradley Cooper — “Alibi” (Written and produced by Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper and Lukas Nelson)
11. Trust Me
12. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper — “Shallow” (Written by Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando, and Andrew Wyatt. Produced by Lady Gaga and Benjamin Rice)
13. First Stop, Arizona
14. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper — “Music To My Eyes” (Written by Lady Gaga and Lukas Nelson. Produced by Lukas Nelson)
15. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper — “Diggin’ My Grave” (Written by Paul Kennerley. Produced by Lady Gaga and Lukas Nelson)
16. I Love You
17. Lady Gaga — “Always Remember Us This Way” (Written by Lady Gaga, Natalie Hemby, Hillary Lindsey, and Lori McKenna. Produced by Dave Cobb and Lady Gaga)
18. Unbelievable
19. How Do You Hear It?
20. Lady Gaga — “Look What I Found” (Written by Lady Gaga, Mark Nilan Jr., Nick Monson, Paul “DJWS” Balir, Lukas Nelson, and Aaron Raitiere. Produced by Lady Gaga, Mark Nilan Jr., Nick Monson, and Paul “DJWS” Blair)
21. Memphis
22. Lady Gaga — “Heal Me” (Written by Lady Gaga, Mark Nilan Jr., Nick Monson, Paul “DJWS” Blair, Julia Michaels, and Justin Tranter. Produced by Lady Gaga, Mark Nilan Jr., Nick Monson, and Paul “DJWS” Blair)
23. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. — “I Don’t Know What Love Is” (Written and produced by Lady Gaga and Lukas Nelson)
24. Vows
25. Lady Gaga — “Is That Alright?” (Written by Lady Gaga, Mark Nilan Jr., Nick Monson, Paul “DJWS” Blair, Lukas Nelson, and Aaron Raitiere. Produced by Lady gaga, Mark Nilan Jr., Nick Monson, and Paul “DJWS” Blair)
26. SNL
27. Lady Gaga — “Why Did You Do That?” (Written by Lady Gaga, Diane Warren, Mark Nilan Jr., Nick Monson, and Paul “DJWS” Blair. Produced by Lady Gaga, Mark Nilan Jr., Nick Monson, and Paul “DJWS” Blair)
28. Lady Gaga — “Hair Body Face” (Written and produced by Lady Gaga, Mark Nilan Jr., Nick Monson, and Paul “DJWS” Blair)
29. Scene 98
30. Lady Gaga — “Before I Cry” (Written and produced by Lady Gaga, Mark Nilan Jr., Nick Monson, and Paul “DJWS” Blair)
31. Bradley Cooper — “Too Far Gone” (Written and produced by Bradley Cooper and Lukas Nelson)
32. Twelve Notes
33. Lady Gaga — “I’ll Never Love Again” (Film Version) (Written by Lady Gaga, Natalie Hemby, Hillary Lindsey, and Aaron Ratiere. Produced by Lady Gaga and Benjamin Rice)
34. Lady Gaga — “I’ll Never Love Again” (Extended Version) (Written by Lady Gaga, Natalie Hemby, Hillary Lindsey, and Aaron Ratiere. Produced by Lady Gaga and Benjamin Rice)

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