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==Release==
The soundtrack details were announced December 2nd 2011, along with a free sampler. Earlier that day, "Immigrant Song" premiered on KROQ radio, and was made available as a download to anyone who purchased the iTunes preorder of the album. In addition, the iTunes preorder was accompanied with an extended 8 minute trailer for the film, scored specially by Reznor and Ross. The digital album was made available on December 9th, and the CD on December 27th.
 
===Limited Edition===
[[Image:TGWTDTdeluxe.jpg|thumb|Deluxe Edition packaging]]
A Limited Edition, deluxe package was also released, similar to the one released for ''[[Ghosts I-IV]]'', and contains:
*High definition audio download
*The full album on six pieces of 180 gram vinyl
*Deluxe book package with metal cover in a hard plastic "ice" slip cover
*Exclusive custom 8 GB metal razor blade USB pendant, inspired by Lisbeth's razor blade necklace
*USB drive contains the full album in high-fidelity 96k audio
*Fold-out poster by Neil Kellerhouse
*Numbered limited edition of 3000
*Personally signed by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
 
==Album Credits==
Composed, performed, arranged, programmed and produced by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, excepted as noted
 
Immigrant song - Vocals by Karen O, music performed and programmed by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross<br>
Produced by Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and David Fincher<br>
Written by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant<BR>
Published by Flames of Albion Music, Inc. (ASCAP), Admin by WB Music Corp.<br>
Karen O appears courtesy of Polydor Records, a division of Universal Music Operation Limited
 
Is Your Love Strong Enough? - Performed by How To Destroy Angels<br>
Produced by How To Destroy Angels and David Fincher<br>
Written by Bryan Ferry<br>
Published by USI B Music Publishing, Admin by Song of Universal, Inc. (BMI)
 
Vocals on 11, 23, 30, 35 by [[Mariqueen Maandig]]
 
1, 3 ,5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, 33, 35, 38, 39 mixed by [[Alan Moulder]]<br>
2, 4, 7, 9, 10, 12, 15, 19, 20, 22, 27, 28, 31, 32, 36, 37 mixed by Michael Patterson, assisted by Cooper Fuqua
 
Engineered by Blumpy<br>
Mastered by Tom Baker at Precision Mastering, Hollywood, CA
 
Art Direction by [[Rob Sheridan]]<BR>
Artwork and GDT Typeface courtesy of Neil Kellerhouse<br>
Photography by Jean-Baptiste Mondino
 
Published by New Columbia Pictures Music, Inc. (ASCAP) and Colpix Music, Inc. (BMI), administered by Sony/ATV Publishing LLC.
 
Executive Producers: David Fincher and Scott Rudin<br>
Executive in charge of music for Columbia Pictures: Lia Vollack<br>
Soundtrack consultant: Paul Kremen
 
Management: Rebel Waltz, Inc.
 
Thank you very much: Ren Klyce, Ceán Chaffin, Claudia Sarne, Susan Bonds, Alex Lieu, 42 Entertainment, Daniel Miller, Tim Ahlering, Raul Perez, Shelly Bunge, Andrea McKee, [[Brett Bachemein]], Angela Sidlow, Larry Kohorn, Tara-Beaudine-Moore, Valerie Caton, Neil Ross, Fred de Jong, Michelle Jubelirer, Don Kennedy, Arif Mahmud, Gary Stiffleman, David Byrnes, Irina Volodarsky, Doug Mark, Paul Friedman, Tony Ciulla and Laura Haber
 
==Promotion==
The soundtrack was originally confirmed on January 7, 2011, on a ''New York Times'' panel interview with Reznor. A teaser trailer for the film was later released online on June 2nd (previously being attached to certain domestic and international films), featuring a cover of Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song", by Reznor, Ross and [[wp:Karen O|Karen O]] (from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs).
On August 10th, [DragonTattoo.com] (the film's official website), was updated to feature background music, with the filename "Dotcom.mp3". As was the case with "[[Hand Covers Bruise]]" from ''The Social Network'''s official site, this backing music was the first piece from the score to be available for listening.
A full-length trailer for the film was released on September 22nd, featuring music from the score again, the first time the score had been set to footage.
===Mouth Taped Shut===
[[Image:Atticus MTS.jpg|thumb|Atticus Ross working on the score, from Mouth Taped Shut.]]
A Tumblr blog entitled "Mouth Taped Shut" was started on 20th August, releasing behind-the-scenes photographs of the shooting and production of the film. On October 3rd, the blog posted a video of posters for the film being printed, with backing music by Reznor and Ross.[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjQvuICJpaI&feature=player_embedded]
The blog was also used extensively to promote a public preview of the film, and had snapshots of the score in progress.
====Comes Forth In The Thaw====
[[Image:Trent MTS.jpg|thumb|Trent Reznor working on the score, from Mouth Taped Shut.]]
An image posted on Mouth Taped Shut showed Reznor in the studio, working on the score. On the monitor of his computer, however, there was a url posted, www.comesforthinthethaw.com, which when typed in linked to a [http://www.comesforthinthethaw.com site] featuring an array of further background music.
====What Is Hidden In Snow====
Following a clue on ComesForthInTheThaw, the website WhatIsHiddenInSnow.com was found, which led to a series of treasure trails around the world, finding pieces from the film as part of an Alternate Reality Game promotion.
===Multitracks===
On 26th January, 2012, Tunecore released [[multitracks]] for "Great Bird Of Prey", "Oraculum", "Parallel Timeline With Alternate Outcome", "The Heretics" and "You’re Here".[http://blog.tunecore.com/2012/01/the-girl-with-the-dragon-tattoo-stems-2.html]
===Website Sampler===
[[Image:TGWTDTsampler.jpg|thumb|Website Sampler cover art]]
#"Bank Sequence"
#"Heartbreak"
 
==Limited Edition Release==
[[Image:TGWTDTdeluxe.jpg|thumb|Deluxe Edition packaging]]
A Limited Edition, deluxe package was also released, similar to the one released for ''[[Ghosts I-IV]]'', and contains:
*High definition audio download
*The full album on six pieces of 180 gram vinyl
*Deluxe book package with metal cover in a hard plastic "ice" slip cover
*Exclusive custom 8 GB metal razor blade USB pendant, inspired by Lisbeth's razor blade necklace
*USB drive contains the full album in high-fidelity 96k audio
*Fold-out poster by Neil Kellerhouse
*Numbered limited edition of 3000
*Personally signed by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
 
==Album Credits==
Composed, performed, arranged, programmed and produced by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, excepted as noted
 
Immigrant song - Vocals by Karen O, music performed and programmed by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross<br>
Produced by Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and David Fincher<br>
Written by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant<BR>
Published by Flames of Albion Music, Inc. (ASCAP), Admin by WB Music Corp.<br>
Karen O appears courtesy of Polydor Records, a division of Universal Music Operation Limited
 
Is Your Love Strong Enough? - Performed by How To Destroy Angels<br>
Produced by How To Destroy Angels and David Fincher<br>
Written by Bryan Ferry<br>
Published by USI B Music Publishing, Admin by Song of Universal, Inc. (BMI)
 
Vocals on 11, 23, 30, 35 by [[Mariqueen Maandig]]
 
1, 3 ,5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, 33, 35, 38, 39 mixed by [[Alan Moulder]]<br>
2, 4, 7, 9, 10, 12, 15, 19, 20, 22, 27, 28, 31, 32, 36, 37 mixed by Michael Patterson, assisted by Cooper Fuqua
 
Engineered by Blumpy<br>
Mastered by Tom Baker at Precision Mastering, Hollywood, CA
 
Art Direction by [[Rob Sheridan]]<BR>
Artwork and GDT Typeface courtesy of Neil Kellerhouse<br>
Photography by Jean-Baptiste Mondino
 
Published by New Columbia Pictures Music, Inc. (ASCAP) and Colpix Music, Inc. (BMI), administered by Sony/ATV Publishing LLC.
 
Executive Producers: David Fincher and Scott Rudin<br>
Executive in charge of music for Columbia Pictures: Lia Vollack<br>
Soundtrack consultant: Paul Kremen
 
Management: Rebel Waltz, Inc.
 
Thank you very much: Ren Klyce, Ceán Chaffin, Claudia Sarne, Susan Bonds, Alex Lieu, 42 Entertainment, Daniel Miller, Tim Ahlering, Raul Perez, Shelly Bunge, Andrea McKee, [[Brett Bachemein]], Angela Sidlow, Larry Kohorn, Tara-Beaudine-Moore, Valerie Caton, Neil Ross, Fred de Jong, Michelle Jubelirer, Don Kennedy, Arif Mahmud, Gary Stiffleman, David Byrnes, Irina Volodarsky, Doug Mark, Paul Friedman, Tony Ciulla and Laura Haber
 
==Release==
The soundtrack details were announced December 2nd 2011, along with a free sampler. Earlier that day, "Immigrant Song" premiered on KROQ radio, and was made available as a download to anyone who purchased the iTunes preorder of the album. In addition, the iTunes preorder was accompanied with an extended 8 minute trailer for the film, scored specially by Reznor and Ross. The digital album was made available on December 9th, and the CD on December 27th.
 
==Promotion==
The soundtrack was originally confirmed on January 7, 2011, on a ''New York Times'' panel interview with Reznor. A teaser trailer for the film was later released online on June 2nd (previously being attached to certain domestic and international films), featuring a cover of Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song", by Reznor, Ross and [[wp:Karen O|Karen O]] (from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs).
On August 10th, [DragonTattoo.com] (the film's official website), was updated to feature background music, with the filename "Dotcom.mp3". As was the case with "[[Hand Covers Bruise]]" from ''The Social Network'''s official site, this backing music was the first piece from the score to be available for listening.
A full-length trailer for the film was released on September 22nd, featuring music from the score again, the first time the score had been set to footage.
===Mouth Taped Shut===
[[Image:Atticus MTS.jpg|thumb|Atticus Ross working on the score, from Mouth Taped Shut.]]
A Tumblr blog entitled "Mouth Taped Shut" was started on 20th August, releasing behind-the-scenes photographs of the shooting and production of the film. On October 3rd, the blog posted a video of posters for the film being printed, with backing music by Reznor and Ross.[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjQvuICJpaI&feature=player_embedded]
The blog was also used extensively to promote a public preview of the film, and had snapshots of the score in progress.
====Comes Forth In The Thaw====
[[Image:Trent MTS.jpg|thumb|Trent Reznor working on the score, from Mouth Taped Shut.]]
An image posted on Mouth Taped Shut showed Reznor in the studio, working on the score. On the monitor of his computer, however, there was a url posted, www.comesforthinthethaw.com, which when typed in linked to a [http://www.comesforthinthethaw.com site] featuring an array of further background music.
====What Is Hidden In Snow====
Following a clue on ComesForthInTheThaw, the website WhatIsHiddenInSnow.com was found, which led to a series of treasure trails around the world, finding pieces from the film as part of an Alternate Reality Game promotion.
===Multitracks===
On 26th January, 2012, Tunecore released [[multitracks]] for "Great Bird Of Prey", "Oraculum", "Parallel Timeline With Alternate Outcome", "The Heretics" and "You’re Here".[http://blog.tunecore.com/2012/01/the-girl-with-the-dragon-tattoo-stems-2.html]
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