“The Hunger Games” books were on the New York Times bestseller list, USA Today bestseller list and Wall Street Journal bestseller list, and the movie made over $250 million in the box office within its first 10 days.  The impressive statistics and raving reviews for “The Hunger Games” books and movie make it only expected to have an interesting soundtrack to spark even more entertainment. An eclectic artist list makes up the soundtrack that debuted at #1 on Billboard 200.  The best part about the soundtrack is its listenability. I would recommend listening through the entire track list that features artists that are both largely popular and newly recognized.

1) Taylor Swift (Feat. The Civil Wars) – “Safe & Sound”
2) Taylor Swift – “Eyes Wide Open”
3) Arcade Fire – “Abraham’s Daughter”
4) Kid Cudi – “The Ruler & The Killer”
5) Miranda Lambert (Feat. Pistol Annies) – “Run Daddy Run”
6) The Civil Wars – “Kingdom Come”
7) The Decemberists – “One Engine”
8) Glen Hansard – “Take the Heartland”
9) The Low Anthem – “Lover is Childlike”
10) Punch Brothers – “Dark Days”
11) Secret Sisters – “Tomorrow Will Be Kinder”
12) Birdy – “Just a Game”
13) Ella Mae Bowen – “Oh Come & Sing”
14) Jayme Dee – “Rules”
15) Carolina Chocolate Drops – “Reaping Day”
16) Neko Case – “Give Me Something I’ll Remember”