'The Twilight Saga: Eclipse' Soundtrack: Who Will Make The Cut?

Adam Lambert, Muse, Paramore and more discuss whether or not they will have their tunes included in the next installment of Stephenie Meyer's franchise.

When it comes to the "Twilight Saga," the soudtracks are almost as anticipated as the films themselves. And with the "Eclipse" soundtrack set for release on June 8, many fans are wondering which artists made the cut.

Adam Lambert had hoped that his song "Suburban Decay" could find a home on the soundtrack. He told MTV News that it could be the perfect tune to further elaborate the love story between Bella and Jacob. "It's a great song and I hope to perform it someday, and I think it will find a home on a soundtrack or something ... maybe 'Twilight,' " he said. "It just didn't quite fit [in my album]. It's very theatrical. ... It's very campy, and it was just a bit too campy for the album as a big picture."

Like Lambert, Brooklyn, New York, band Care Bears on Fire would love to get their song on the soundtrack. "Oh my God! It would sound awesome," bandmate Izzy said. "[It would sound] vampire-y, duh — or werewolf-y, depending. I'd kind of like to be vampire. I feel like that's more our sound."

And while these artists are hoping they'll have their shot, Muse have already hinted that after appearances on the first twol films' soundtracks, they may take up space on the third installment as well. "It's great to have the feeling of being a new band again in so many people's eyes or minds ... we might even do something for the third one," drummer Dominic Howard said.

"['Eclipse' director David Slade is] kind of a friend of ours 'cause he directed about three or four of our videos for the second album, and he's a really great video director," Howard further explained. "I know he did that really great kind of sick horror [film '30 Days of Night'] which was a bit of a vampire/zombie vibe, wasn't it? So I think he's a great director, and he's quite a funny character as well. So, yeah, we might do something for him as well."

Paramore appeared on the first soundtrack and passed up the chance to be on the second, but they wouldn't rule out taking a stab at writing a song for "Eclipse." "We'll see what happens in the future," frontwoman Hayley Williams said. "I don't know — if it feels genuine. If we write a song, and I feel like it goes with it, I wouldn't turn it down, but I wouldn't force it."

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