WaterTower Music is pleased to announce today's release of the soundtrack to the second season of HBO's Westworld, which is now available on the heels of last night's thrilling finale. Westworld: Season 2 (Music From The HBO Series) features the music of multi-Grammy and Emmy Award-nominated composer Ramin Djawadi, and is now available digitally for streaming and for purchase, with a 2-CD set and several collectible vinyl configurations planned for later this year.

Westworld: Season 2 (Music From The HBO Series) features 29 tracks comprising the most powerful musical moments of Season 2. The album includes composer Ramin Djawadi's iconic Westworld theme, his original compositions from the show, and his renowned versions of popular songs created for the show including 2 different versions of "Heart-Shaped Box" (originally performed by Nirvana), "Runaway" (originally performed by Kanye West), "C.R.E.A.M." (originally performed by Wu-Tang Clan), "Seven Nation Army" (originally performed by The White Stripes), "Codex" (originally performed by Radiohead), "The Entertainer" (originally performed by Scott Joplin), and "Paint It, Black" (originally performed by The Rolling Stones) which is a different version than the version of "Paint It, Black" that lives on Djawadi's Westworld: Season 1 (Music from the HBO Series) soundtrack album.

The Westworld: Season 2 (Music from the HBO Series) soundtrack is now available for streaming and digital purchase. The street date for the 2-CD set and vinyl versions will be announced soon.