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|Batman Forever (Original Motion Picture Score)|
|Release Date:||June 6, 1995|
|Composed by:||Elliot Goldenthal|
Batman Forever: Music from the Motion Picture is the 1995 soundtrack to the motion picture Batman Forever.
Only five of the songs are actually featured in the movie. Hit singles from the soundtrack include "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" by U2 and "Kiss from a Rose" by Seal, both of which were nominated for MTV Movie Awards. "Kiss from a Rose" (whose video was also directed by Joel Schumacher) reached #1 in the US charts as well. The soundtrack itself was an attempt to (in producer Peter MacGregor-Scott's words) make the film more "pop". The soundtrack was hugely successful, selling almost as many copies as Prince's soundtrack to the 1989 Batman film. A second album, featuring over 40 minutes of Elliot Goldenthal's Original Motion Picture Score, was released two weeks after the soundtrack album.
- "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" by U2 – 4:46
- "One Time Too Many" by PJ Harvey – 2:52
- "Where Are You Now?" by Brandy – 3:57
- "Kiss from a Rose" by Seal – 3:38
- "The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game" by Massive Attack and Tracey Thorn (Smokey Robinson cover) – 4:06
- "Nobody Lives Without Love" by Eddi Reader – 5:05
- "Tell Me Now" by Mazzy Star – 4:17
- "Smash It Up" by The Offspring (The Damned cover) – 3:26
- "There Is a Light" by Nick Cave – 4:23
- "The Riddler" by Method Man – 3:30
- "The Passenger" by Michael Hutchence (Iggy Pop cover) – 4:37
- "Crossing the River" by The Devlins – 4:45
- "8" by Sunny Day Real Estate – 5:27
- "Bad Days" by The Flaming Lips – 4:39