If you’re like us, you’ve probably had The Wheel of Time, Season 2, Volume 1 soundtrack on repeat since its release earlier this month. Well, now you can bless your ears with more musical magic from composer Lorne Balfe because the second volume of the season 2 soundtrack has been released and is available for purchase and listening on your platform of choice!
Furthermore, to celebrate the release of this album, we’re holding a sweepstakes for the chance to win a The First Turn cd signed by Lorne Balfe and other prizes. Open to residents of the USA and Canada. See our official rules for more details.
The full Volume 2 album contains the following tracks:
1. Damane (2:22)
2. The Well (3:39)
3. Family Reunion (3:31)
4. The Bond That Cannot Break (2:22)
5. Evil Has No Limits (2:54)
6. New Beginnings (4:31)
7. Face It On Your Feet (3:24)
8. Making Plans (2:11)
9. A Daring Rescue (2:25)
10. Desert Dreams (2:44)
11. Uprising (3:30)
12. The Thrill of Battle (4:10)
13. The Test (2:10)
14. The Horn of Valere (2:52)
15. Echoes of the Past (2:55)
16. The Source of Power (3:42)
Some of the talented composers, musicians, and singers that worked with composer Lorne Balfe on the second season’s soundtrack include (in alphabetical order) Joe Acres, Michael Bitton, Xantoné Blacq, Fraser Bowles, Niall Cash, Peter Cox, Kim Chandler, Taylor Leigh Eblen, Will Greig, Alfie Godfrey, JJ Hodari, Derek Hughes, Nikhil Koparkar, Abby Lyons, Taran Mitchell, Kiley Norton, Jon Ong, Rufio Sandilands, Alexander Sayers, Liya Shepard, Annie Shred, Natalia Tsupryk, and Aisha Vaughan. The lyrics were written in English by Michael Bitton and translated into the Old Tongue by Naomi Joy Todd.
Season 2 of The Wheel of Time was released on September 1, 2023. The season will contain eight episodes in total written by Rafe Judkins, Amanda Kate Shuman, Justine Juel Gillmer, Dave Hill, Katherine B McKenna, Rammy Park, John McCutcheon, Rohit Kumar, and Timothy Earle. WoTSeries.com is a news site by fans, for fans, and is not affiliated with any paid sponsors or brands. We stand in solidarity with SAG-AFTRA and the WGA and encourage donations to the Entertainment Community Fund to support those affected during the work stoppage.