When you're done with that Lorde cover.
Everything feels full of Walter White symbolism now, from "Mr. Blue Sky" to "Off We Go Into the Wild Blue Yonder"
And some Imagine Dragons, obviously.
California, here we come.
Some songs are too iconic to reuse.
How the National and the Hold Steady earned their piece of Westeros — and why everyone else in the music industry wants to join them.
It's like "Colors of the Wind," but by Beyoncé.
Finally, a tag-free version of Beyoncé's "Back to Black."
A Baz Luhrmann soundrack that just might outshine his film.
With lyrics by George R. R. himself.
"I didn't want to cheapen his effort."
Go westward, Rick Ross!
But Frank Ocean did not?
Update: So did Rick Ross!
Hear the music before you see the movie!
And she's eligible for an Oscar.
Adele goes a little Shirley Bassey on us, and we're okay with it.
Watch your back, Reznor.
Rian Johnson's cousin is pretty rad.
Where are you when we need you, Seal?
Hear what exactly the Dark Knight Rises to!
My are you broody, Matt Berninger.
"It's Raining Men," of course.
Check out the full track list.