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[[Image:Soulsoundtrack.jpg|thumb|Soundtrack cover art]]
[[Image:Souljapan.jpg|thumb|Japanese soundtrack cover art]]
'''''Soul (Original Score)''''' was scored by [[Trent Reznor]] and [[Atticus Ross]] for Pete Docter's film of the same name. To date, it has won the most awards out of all Reznor and Ross [[Soundtracks|score work]]. It was released on vinyl, digital and CD on December 18, 2020. Per [[John Crawford]] on [[Echoing the Sound]], it was confirmed that the release has the [[Null numbers|Null]] 12 release number. The film contains a visual Easter egg in the form of a sign on a hardware store, having a sale on [[Nine Inch Nails|9 in. nails]].
The vinyl is Reznor and Ross's score by itself, while the digital and CD versions combine Reznor and Ross's score with music from and inspired by the film (mainly by jazz artist Jon Batiste.) The digital and CD versions are listed by retail outlets as a [[Soundtracks|soundtrack]] rather than a score, and the CD was only released internationally. A special crystal-clear vinyl was released exclusively through Target. The jazz portion of the film's music also had a separate vinyl release.
==Tracklisting==
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