Masters of the Universe: Revolution Soundtrack:- Written by Kevin Smith, Masters of the Universe: Revolution is an upcoming action, adventure, and animated television series.
It was created by Kevin Smith and Ted Biaselli, Robert David, Christopher Keenan, Kevin Smith, and Fred Soulie, executive producers of the series.
The series is produced by Powerhouse Animation. It is a sequel to the 2021 animated series Masters of the Universe: Revelation.
In this series, Teela joins forces with He-Man and the other Masters to save Eternia from the grip of darkness.
Masters of the Universe: Revolution Soundtrack List
Here is the complete soundtrack list by episode:
Epsiode 1 “Even For Kings”
- It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere by Alan Jackson: This song is a part of the album Greatest Hits Volume II which is composed by the artist Alan Jackson released in 2003. The gener of the song includes Regional Mexican, Country
- Celestial Apex by Bear McCreary: This song is a part of the album Masters of the Universe: Revelation (Netflix Original Series Soundtrack, Vol. 2) which is composed by the artist Bear McCreary released in 2021.
Epsiode 2 “Asecension”
- Funk da Netflix: onde tudo cocoa by Hefty: You can listen this song on spotify.
- Mere Mehboob Qayamat Hogi by Sanam:This song is composed by the artist Sanam which is the part of the album Rewind With Sanam
- Matchbox by Eric Clapton: This song is a part of the album Blue Suede Shoes: A Rockabilly Session which is composed by the artist Ringo Starr, Carl Perkins, Eric Clapton released in 1986.
- When I can’t see You by Hwang Yeong woong: This song is a part of the album Fire Trot Final Round New Song Mission which is composed by the artist Hwang Yeong-woong released in 2023.
Epsiode 3 “More things in Haven and Eternia”
- Funk da Netflix: onde tudo cocoa by Hefty
There are no songs in episode 4 and episode 5. You can listen and enjoy the entire soundtrack individually on various platforms.
Masters of the Universe: Revolution will premiere on January 25, 2024, on Netflix and Netflix has unveiled the official trailer for Masters of the Universe: Revolution.
Official Trailer:- You can watch the trailer of On the Roam on YouTube, where you can get a glimpse of the story. (External Link:- IMDB)
By watching the trailer of the series, one can guess how interesting and unique the story will be and how uniquely the characters are portrayed.
It can be guessed from the trailer that this series will be full of animation, and each character will portray their role completely in the charismatic form.
In the main roles, Mark Hamil voices Skeletor, Melissa Benoist asTeela, Chris Wood as He-Man, Meg Foster joins as Motherboard, and Keith David portrays Hordak, with William Shatner’s role yet to be revealed.
Powerhouse Animation Studios and Mattel Television are producing Revolution, with Smith returning as executive producer, Mattel’s Fred Soulie, Rob David, and Christopher Keenan, and Ted Biaselli executive producing.
Masters of the Universe: Revolution will consist of five episodes, Which will be available on streaming platforms.
Masters of the Universe: Revolution Sound Department:- Ryan Sanchez is in the music department of the series. He is a great music artist and is known for 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016), God of War (2018), and Outlander (2014).
Who Composed Masters of the Universe: Revolution Soundtrack
Bear McCreary: Bear McCreary is an American composer and musician of film, television, and video game scores based in Los Angeles, California. He is very famous and talented composer.
Some of his famous works include the television series Battlestar Galactica (2004), Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Outlander, The Walking Dead, The Lord of the Rings: The Ring’s Power, The Serpent Queen, and the video game The Call of Off duty included.
It has also been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Music Composition for a Series for its work on season one of Outlander.
He is also a two-time winner of the British Academy Games Award for Music for his work on God of War and Ragnarok.