The movie itself hits theaters next week

By Christian Holub
November 10, 2017 at 12:50 PM EST

Obviously, the biggest music news this week is the release of Taylor Swift’s latest album, Reputation. But movie fans should be delighted to know that Danny Elfman’s Justice League soundtrack is also available for streaming and digital purchase, one week ahead of the superhero film’s Nov. 17 release.

In October, EW exclusively previewed “Hero’s Theme,” a song from the soundtrack with a propulsive beat. The full album contains that and many other songs, some of which seem to hint at plot details (i.e. “The Amazon Mother Box”). In addition to Elfman’s instrumental score, the album also includes The White Stripes song “Icky Thump” and a blistering cover of The Beatles’ “Come Together” by Gary Clark Jr. and Junkie XL.

Stream the Justice League soundtrack below. A two-CD version will be available on Dec. 8, and a vinyl edition will follow on Feb. 9, 2018.