is a compilation album of various artists music from the 2009 live-action Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen – The Album . The official single is " Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen New Divide" by Linkin Park. It was rumored that Dead by Sunrise would be releasing a track called " Crawl Back In" for the soundtrack. However, Chester Bennington said he decided not to include it. Similarly, [4 ] Tyrese Gibson, who plays Sgt. Epps in the movie, said that he would be in a duet track with Jewel (produced by Babyface), titled "Make It Last", which he had hoped would appear in the film's soundtrack, but ultimately did not. The album charted at #7 on the US album chart. Billboard 200
Track listing [ edit ]
Linkin Park Ending Theme (leads into end credits); part of the instrumentals used in the track "NEST" from the
film score. Additionally, part of this song is played approximately half way through the movie, as the characters search for help in deciphering the symbols.
Green Day 2nd song in the end credits; also played during Sam and Mikaela's phone conversation at the beginning of the film and while Mikaela waits for Sam for their online chat and while Sam moves into his dorm.
"Let It Go"
Cavo 5th song in the end credits.
Taking Back Sunday 4th song on the end credits.
Never Say Never"
The Fray Played as Sam and Mikaela kissed goodbye before Sam left for college.
Burn It to the Ground"
Nickelback Second song played at the frat party in Sam's college, where Alice first attempts to seduce him.
Burning Down the House"
The Used First song played at the frat party in Sam's college.
"Not Meant To Be"
Theory Of A Deadman Not used in film.
The All American Rejects Not used in film.
"I Don't Think I Love You"
Hoobastank Not used in film.
"This is It"
Staind 3rd song in the end credits.
Not used in film.
Avenged Sevenfold Originally planned to be released for the first movie, but was not completed in time. Not used in film.
"Transformers (The Fallen Remix)"
Cheap Trick Not used in film.
Not included in the Soundtrack [ edit ]
Release history [ edit ]
June 12, 2009
June 23, 2009
References [ edit ]