‘The Flash’ Duet Musical Crossover Soundtrack Details

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The Flash and Supergirl Duet soundtrack

For those who can’t get enough of the special The Flash and Supergirl musical crossover episode, ‘Duet,’ WaterTower Music has just released the soundtrack CD. The Flash – Music From the Special Episode: Duet features seven tracks performed by Grant Gustin, Melissa Benoist, Darren Criss, Jesse L. Martin, John Barrowman, Jeremy Jordan, Carlos Valdes, Victor Garber, and composer Blake Neely. The soundtrack includes the new song “Super Friend” written by Crazy Ex-Girlfriend star Rachel Bloom and Robot Chicken‘s Tom Root, and Oscar winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (La La Land) wrote “Runnin’ Home to You” featured in ‘Duet.’

The ‘Duet’ episode marked a Glee reunion for The Flash‘s Grant Gustin, Supergirl‘s Melissa Benoist, and Darren Criss. Criss was also able to work with his University of Michigan classmate Carlos Valdes (Cisco in The Flash).

The Flash – Music From The Special Episode: Duet Track List

1. “Meet the Music Meister” – Blake Neely

2. “Moon River” – Melissa Benoist

3. “Put a Little Love in Your Heart” – Darren Criss, Jeremy Jordan, Carlos Valdes and John Barrowman

4. “More I Cannot Wish You” – Jesse L. Martin, Victor Garber and John Barrowman

5. “Super Friend” – Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist

6. “Runnin’ Home to You” – Grant Gustin

7. “Runnin’ Home to You (Guitar version)” – Grant Gustin

The ‘Duet Episode Plot: Barry (Grant Gustin) and team are surprised when Mon-El (guest star Chris Wood) and Hank Henshaw (guest star David Harewood) arrive on their Earth carrying a comatose Supergirl (guest star Melissa Benoist) who was whammied by the Music Meister (guest star Darren Criss). Unable to wake her up, they turn to Team Flash to save her. However, the Music Meister surprises The Flash and puts him in a similar coma, one that Team Flash can’t cure. Kara and Barry wake up without their powers in an alternate reality where life is like a musical and the only way to escape is by following the script, complete with singing and dancing, to the end.

Rebecca Murray

Rebecca Murray

Editor in Chief at Showbiz Junkies
Journalist covering the entertainment industry for 19+ years, including 13 years as the first writer for About.com's Hollywood Movies site. Member of the Broadcast Television Journalists Association, Broadcast Film Critics Association, Alliance of Women Film Journalists, and President of the San Diego Film Critics Society.
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