The Fault in Our Stars (soundtrack)

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The Fault in Our Stars (Music from the Motion Picture)
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Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released May 19, 2014 (2014-05-19)
Recorded 2013–14
Length 63:53
Label
Producer
Singles from The Fault in Our Stars (Music from the Motion Picture)
  1. "Boom Clap"
    Released: April 11, 2014
  2. "Not About Angels"
    Released: 2014
  3. "All of the Stars"
    Released: 2014

The Fault in Our Stars (Music from the Motion Picture) is the soundtrack for the American romantic comedy-drama film The Fault in Our Stars. The full track list was released on April 13, 2014,[1] and arranged by Nate Walcott and Mike Mogis of Bright Eyes. It includes a few high-profile artists like Kodaline, Birdy and Ed Sheeran, the last of whom wrote the song for the end credits ("All of the Stars").[2] The soundtrack was released in North America on May 19, 2014, and in the United Kingdom in June 23, 2014.

The lead single from the soundtrack is Charli XCX's contribution "Boom Clap", which debuted on April 11, 2014, and the music video for which premiered June 2.[3][4] A music video for Sheeran's "All of the Stars" was released May 9, 2014.[5] Music videos were also released for Birdy's "Tee Shirt" on June 6, 2014 and "Not About Angels" on June 12, 2014.[6]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitlePerformersLength
1."All of the Stars"Ed Sheeran3:55
2."Simple as This"Jake Bugg3:17
3."Let Me In"Grouplove3:59
4."Tee Shirt"Birdy2:39
5."All I Want"Kodaline5:06
6."Long Way Down"Tom Odell2:30
7."Boom Clap"Charli XCX2:49
8."While I'm Alive"STRFKR3:48
9."Oblivion"Indians3:39
10."Strange Things Will Happen"The Radio Dept.4:26
11."Bomfalleralla"Afasi & Filthy3:57
12."Without Words"Ray LaMontagne4:18
13."Not About Angels"Birdy3:09
14."No One Ever Loved"Lykke Li4:05
15."Wait" (with Kygo)M83, Kygo5:44
16."Best Shot (Bonus Track)" (featuring Jaymes Young)Birdy2:53
Total length:1:03:53

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits and personnel for the soundtrack adapted from AllMusic.[7]

  • Afasi – primary artist
  • Afasi & Filthy – primary artist
  • Charlotte Aitchison – composer
  • Sachiko Asano – art direction, design
  • Fredrik Berger – composer
  • Patrik Berger – composer, producer
  • Birdy – primary artist
  • Josh Boone – executive producer, liner notes
  • Marty Bowen – executive producer
  • Michael H. Brauer – mixing
  • Jake Bugg – primary artist
  • Tom Cavanaugh – music business affairs
  • Charli XCX – primary artist
  • Jana Coffey – coordination
  • Keil Corcoran – composer
  • Tony Corey – marketing
  • Ruadhri Cushnan – mixing
  • Danielle Diego – executive in charge of music
  • Johan Duncanson – composer
  • Richard Evans – mixing, producer
  • Filthy – primary artist
  • James Flannigan – composer
  • Pete Ganbarg – A&R
  • Steve Garrigan – composer
  • Chris Gehringer – mastering
  • Ellen Ginsburg – music clearance
  • Shawn Glassford – composer
  • Wyck Godfrey – executive producer
  • Anthony Gonzalez – composer
  • Yann Gonzalez – composer
  • Stefan Gräslund – composer, producer
  • Grouplove – composer, primary artist
  • John Hill – producer
  • Joshua Hodges – composer
  • Patrick Houlihan – music supervisor
  • Indians – primary artist
  • Søren Løkke Juul – composer, producer
  • Jake Kennedy – composer
  • Season Kent – music supervisor, producer
  • Joseph Khoury – coordination
  • Kodaline – primary artist
  • Ray LaMontagne – primary artist
  • Ray LaMontange – composer
  • Lykke Li – composer, primary artist, producer
  • Magnus Lindehäll – composer
  • M83 – primary artist
  • Lasse Marten – mixing
  • Vincent May – composer
  • Johnny McDaid – composer, engineer, producer
  • Justin Meldal-Johnsen – composer
  • Patrick Morris – composer
  • Herbert Munkhammar – composer
  • Tom Odell – composer, primary artist
  • Rob Orton – mixing
  • Mark Prendergast – composer
  • Matthew Prime – composer
  • Areli Quirarte – management
  • Ryan Rabin – mixing, producer
  • The Radio Dept. – primary artist
  • John Rausch – engineer, mixing
  • Sam Riback – A&R
  • Craig Rosen – A&R
  • Ed Sheeran – composer, primary artist
  • STRFKR – primary artist
  • Carolyn Tracey – package production
  • Jasmine Van Den Bogaerde – composer, producer
  • Kevin Weaver – A&R, producer
  • Dan Wilson – composer, producer
  • Jaymes Young – primary artist
  • Björn Yttling – composer, producer
  • Cindy Zaplachinski – legal advisor, music business affairs

Charts[edit]

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/Sales
United States (RIAA)[29] Gold 500,000double-dagger

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

References[edit]

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