'Eclipse' Soundtrack Includes Band Of Horses, Sia, Cee-Lo

Previously announced artists include Vampire Weekend, Muse, Beck and the Dead Weather.

We already knew about Muse, and, then, throughout the day on Wednesday (May 12), we gradually added even more names to the list — Vampire Weekend, Beck and the Bravery, to rattle off just a few. And now, finally, we know it all: every artist that will contribute a song to the much-anticipated "Eclipse" soundtrack.

Yes, over the course of seven very long hours, the folks at MySpace Music gradually revealed the list of artists and songs that would appear on the album, due June 8. Now, that list is complete.

From the looks of things, it's shaping up to be a pretty excellent affair. In addition to the previously announced artists, we get a whole lot of indie (Florence and the Machine, Metric, Sia and Band of Horses); genuine fist-pumping, throat-ripping rock and roll (from Jack White's the Dead Weather and Akron thumpers the Black Keys); ominous electro (UNKLE, who team up with the Black Angels on a track); oddball hip-hop (from Cee-Lo Green); and even some of the classy stuff, courtesy of Oscar-winning composer Howard Shore, who weighs in with "Jacob's Theme."

As announced on author Stephenie Meyer's website last week, the first single from the "Eclipse" soundtrack is slated to be Muse's rather epically titled "Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)," which will hit radio Monday.

The "Eclipse" soundtrack complete track list:

1. Metric, "Eclipse (All Yours)"

2. Muse, "Neutron Star Collision (Love Is Forever)"

3. The Bravery, "Ours"

4. Florence and the Machine, "Heavy in Your Arms"

5. Sia, "My Love"

6. Fanfarlo, "Atlas"

7. The Black Keys, "Chop and Change"

8. The Dead Weather, "Rolling in on a Burning Tire"

9. Beck and Bat for Lashes, "Let's Get Lost"

10. Vampire Weekend, "Jonathan Low"

11. UNKLE (featuring the Black Angels), "With You in My Head"

12. Eastern Conference Champions, "A Million Miles an Hour"

13. Band of Horses, "Life on Earth"

14. Cee-Lo Green, "What Part of Forever"

15. Howard Shore, "Jacob's Theme"

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