Total run time: 2:54:31
[[Image:TGWTDTsampler.jpg|thumb|Website Sampler cover art]]
==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
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
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.
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.
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]