The soundtrack for the 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony has become a hit across the globe.
Isles of Wonder has claimed the top spot on at least five countries' iTunes Store Top 10 Albums charts since becoming available for download at midnight on July 28. It's topped the charts in UK, France, Norway, Spain and Belgium.
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The two-disc collection -- filled mainly with British music -- currently is on top 10 lists in 19 of the 22 countries iTunes publicly tracks.
Isles of Wonder features the ceremony's music director, Underworld, an electronic music group, as well as Arctic Monkeys, Dizzee Rascal, Emeli Sandi, London Symphony Orchestra, Chemical Brothers and more.
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Physical copies of the 36-song soundtrack from Decca Records will come out the first week of August. The Closing Ceremony on Aug. 12 will also get a soundtrack from Universal Music.
Until then, you can listen to Isles of Wonder in the Spotify playlist below:
This story originally published on Mashable here.