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'Vampire Diaries' soundtrack to feature exclusive tracks from Smashing Pumpkins, Gorillaz, and more

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Image Credit: Andrew Eccles / The CW Things vampires apparently like: Blood, living forever, insouciant neck scarves, indie rock.

Following well-received alt-centric accompaniments for True Blood and the Twilight franchise, the CW’s Vampire Diaries jumps into the musical fray on October 12 with Original Television Soundtrack: The Vampire Diaries.

The first VD release will feature past-season featured songs “Sleep Alone” by Bat for Lashes (also a Twilight: Eclipse alumni) and Kate Bush cover “Running Up That Hill” by arch Brit-rock outfit Placebo, as well as exclusive tracks from the Smashing Pumpkins, Gorillaz, Goldfrapp, Silversun Pickups, A Fine Frenzy, Sky Ferreira, and more.

Find the full tracklisting after the jump:

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

The Music Mix on Twitter: @EWMusicMix

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