7. The Black Keys – “Chop And Change”
The Black Keys brought their garage-rock sound to the world of vampires with their song “Chop And Change.” It is Eclipse’s exclusive song that can be heard when Riley Biers exits a bar and enters into the night rain.
8. Florence + The Machine – “Heavy In Your Arms”
Florence + The Machine graced 2010’s Eclipse soundtrack with their soulful single “Heavy In Your Arms.” The song appears on the band’s re-release of their 2009 album Lungs. You can catch this tune in the movie’s end credits.
9. Green Day – “The Forgotten”
Green Day’s bittersweet song “The Forgotten” is featured on 2012’s Breaking Dawn – Part 2 movie soundtrack. It also appears on the band’s ablum ¡Tré!. Catch this tear-inducing song in the end credits for the final movie in the saga.
10. Christina Perri – “A Thousand Years, Pt. 2”
Perhaps the most famous song in the Twilight series is Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years,” which appeared on both part one and two of Breaking Dawn’s soundtracks. This iconic song phased out the whole saga by following Bella and Edward around a meadow, which flowed into the end credits where we all definitely cried.
11. OK Go – “Shooting The Moon”
OK Go contributed to the Twilight franchise in New Moon. Their song “Shooting The Moon” appeared in the 2009 movie’s soundtrack. They later placed the track on 2010’s Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky (Extra Nice Edition). You can hear OK Go playing in the franchise’s second film during Bella and Edward’s garage hangout.
12. Ellie Goulding and Sonny Moore – “Bittersweet”
Ellie Goulding has been featured on some incredible movie soundtracks such as Fifty Shades Of Grey and Bridget Jones’s Baby. Perhaps her coolest exclusive soundtrack song was from Breaking Dawn – Part 2. Goulding collaborated with From First To Last’s Sonny Moore (aka Skrillex) on the electronic-infused end credit track “Bittersweet.”