|Shin Godzilla (Original Soundtrack)|
July 29, 2016JP
As with the releases of Shiro Sagisu's Rebuild of Evangelion scores, two editions were released. The complete soundtrack was released in Japan, while the American release features the music as edited for the film itself and as such does not include the bonus tracks.
- Persecution of the Masses (1172)
- Godzilla Comes Ashore (Akira Ifukube; Godzilla)
- Confrontation (11174_Rhythm+Melody_Demo)
- Early Morning from Tokyo (Short)
- Search Operation (11174_Light_Edit_Demo)
- Return of Godzilla (Akira Ifukube; King Kong vs. Godzilla)
- Godzilla Appears (Akira Ifukube; Terror of Mechagodzilla)
- Black Angels (Feb_10_1211)
- Taba Strategy (Fob 01)
- Defeat is No Option (1197)
- Who Will Know (24_bigslow)
- SS_103_GZM (Famously)
- Battle in Outer Space (Akira Ifukube; Battle in Outer Space)
- Under a Burning Sky (11174_Battle)
- Under a Burning Sky (11174_Orchestra)
- Godzilla Title (Akira Ifukube; Godzilla)
- Main Title - Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster - Finale Part 2 (Akira Ifukube)
- Main Title - Invasion of Astro-Monster - Finale Part 3 (Akira Ifukube)
- Main Title - Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II - Finale Part 4 (Akira Ifukube)
- Under a Burning Sky (11174_Rhythm_United_Choir)
- Early Morning from Tokyo
- Who Will Know (24_Bigslow_Strings)
- Under a Burning Sky (11174_United_Choir)
- The North American release of the soundtrack erroneously mislabels Main Title - Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II - Finale Part 4 as "Main Title - (From Invasion of the Astro Monster), Pt. 2", and in turn labels the previous track before it as "Pt. 1" rather than "Part 3", despite the theme of Pt. 2 being from Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II, and not Invasion of the Astro Monster.
- Besides Decisive Battle from Evangelion being reused, Sagisu also redid tracks from his Bleach and Evangelion 3.0 OST for the film. The track Famously is reused in the film, only using the first minute.
- The track Black Angels is also a Bleach track called What Can You See In Their Eyes.
- The track Godzilla Appears was partially re-recorded, with the new recording overlaid with the original. It can be inferred that this is the method that would have been used to remaster the older Ifukube Akira tracks into stereo for this score. Both the original version and the 'remastered' version are present on this soundtrack.
- Unlike most composers, Sagisu uses English vocals throughout the score, to make it seem unsettling and ambient.