Sia Is Included In The Wonder Woman Movie Soundtrack

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The full track listing for the Wonder Woman soundtrack has now been revealed.

The titles for the songs may contain some spoilers, but nothing major is revealed. There is also a new song sung by Sia that will be featured in the soundtrack as well.

The full track listing for the Wonder Woman soundtrack was revealed by ComicBookMovie. The song sung by Sia is called "To Be Human". The song also features the artist called Labyrinth.

The other tracks are have all been composed by Rupert Gregson-Williams. His most recent work includes the scores of Hacksaw Ridge and The Legend of Tarzan just to name a few. You can read the track listing below.

1. Amazons Of Themyscira

2. History Lesson

3. Angel On The Wing

4. Ludendorff, Enough!

5. Pain, Loss & Love

6. No Man's Land

7. Fausta

8. Wonder Woman's Wrath

9. The God Of War

10. We Are All To Blame

11. Hell Hath No Fury

12. Lightning Strikes

13. Trafalgar Celebration

14. Action Reaction

15. To Be Human - Sia (feat. Labrinth)

The only minor spoilers in the titles include "The God of War" and "Trafalgar Celebration". The former shows that Wonder Woman will indeed battle Ares somewhere in the film.

Warner Bros. did a good job of hiding Ares from the trailers so we won't know what he will look like until the movie comes out.

"Trafalgar Celebration" is self explanatory as it means the movie will have a happy ending.

This is to be expected since this movie takes place before the events of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and Justice League.

The soundtrack will be released on June 2nd which is the same day the movie comes out in North America.

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