Well WandaVision fans, you asked for a certain theme song to make its way to digital streaming platforms and Disney+ has answered! Instead of waiting the normal seven days to drop the Episode 7 Original Soundtrack, Disney+ delivered this week’s tunes today.

WandaVision spoilers ahead!

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What’s Happening:

  • In last Friday’s episode of WandaVision, fans were treated to an extremely fun yet entirely unsurprising revelation that omnipresent neighbor Agnes was indeed Agatha Harkness. And making the whole situation even more delightful, was that she had her own theme song.
  • Since the debut of the ultra catchy bop that is “Agatha All Along,” hundreds of memes have made the social media rounds, and fans have been begging non-stop for the song to be available to stream.
  • In response, Disney+ released the entire Episode 7 Original Soundtrack today, three days earlier than they planned. Take a listen:

  • The digital soundtracks feature a score by composer Christophe Beck (Frozen 2, Ant-Man and the Wasp) and original theme songs by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (Frozen).
  • The Oscar-winning songwriters penned unique songs for several episodes in the series, spanning from the 1950s to the early 2000s.
  • Beck composed and produced all score tracks on each WandaVision album.
  • In addition to writing the theme and songs, Anderson-Lopez and Lopez also produced each song, and recently discussed what a unique project WandaVision was for them.
  • The WandaVision Original Soundtrack producers are Kevin Feige, Matt Shakman, and Dave Jordan.
  • Release dates for the upcoming soundtracks are as follows:
    • Episode 8 soundtrack release date: 3/5
    • Episode 9 soundtrack release date: 3/12

Where to Listen:

WandaVision is available to stream now on Disney+.

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