The Vampire Diaries Soundtrack Out October 12th

As fans of The Vampire Diaries know, the series has one of the most kick ass soundtracks on television featuring tons of exclusive tracks from groups like Smashing Pumkins, Gorillaz, and more. EMI is celebrating the television return of The Vampire Diaries with the release of the official soundtrack next month. The track-list is as follows:

  1. Stefan’s Theme – Mike Suby
  2. Running Up That Hill – Placebo
  3. Currency of Love – Silversun Pickups
  4. Hammock – Howls
  5. Sleep Alone (909s in the DarkTimes Mix) – Bat for Lashes
  6. Bloodstream (Vampire Diaries Remix) – Stateless
  7. We Radiate – Goldfrapp
  8. Obsession – Sky Ferreira
  9. Head Over Heels – Digital Daggers
  10. Down – Jason Walker
  11. Beauty of the Dark – Mads Langer
  12. Cut – Plumb
  13. All You Wanted – Sounds Under Radio featuring Alison Sudol of A Fine Frenzy
  14. The Fellowship – Smashing Pumpkins
  15. On Melancholy Hill (Feed Me Remix) – Gorillaz
  16. 1864 – Mike Suby

Headlining that track list is the single “Obsession” by 18 year-old Internet superstar Sky Ferreira, who is preparing to release her own solo CD in early 2011. You can get more info at www.thevampirediariessoundtrack.com. Here are some additional details on The Vampire Diaries soundtrack from TheCW.

The Original Television Soundtrack: The Vampire Diaries is out October 12, while the new season of the hit CW network show–about two vampire brothers obsessed with the same beautiful girl, who are battling to control the fate of an entire town–launches its second season today, September 9 (airing Thursdays at 8/7c). And The Vampire Diaries: The Complete First Season was released on Blu-rayâ„¢ and DVD on August 31. The Vampire Diaries’ first season premiere generated the largest audience in network history for a series debut with 5.7 million total viewers, and is The CW’s most-watched show. Based on the best-selling series of books by L.J. Smith, the show stars Nina Dobrev (“DeGrassi: The Next Generation”), Paul Wesley (‘Fallen’) and Ian Somerhalder (‘Lost’), Steven R. McQueen (“Everwood”), Sara Canning (“Smallville”), Katerina Graham (“17 Again”), Candice Accola (“Juno”), Zach Roerig (“Friday Night Lights”), Michael Trevino (“Cane”) and Matt Davis (“Legally Blonde, Blue Crush”). Executive produced by Kevin Williamson (“Dawson’s Creek,” Scream), Julie Plec (“Kyle XY”), Leslie Morgenstein (“Gossip Girl,” “Pretty Little Liars”) and Bob Levy (“Gossip Girl,” “Privileged”), the series is from Bonanza Productions Inc., Outerbanks Entertainment and Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios.

Don’t forget to stay tuned to TVOvermind tonight for our recap of the season 2 premiere of The Vampire Diaries.



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