Only Took 22 Years, But Jurassic Park Theme Tops Billboard Charts


Yes, John Williams' iconic theme to Steven Spielberg's 1993 film Jurassic Park has finally topped the Billboard charts twenty-two years after its release.

According to Nielsen Music, the Jurassic Park theme sold 3,000 copies last week, which is gain of 205 percent from the previous week's Classical Digital Songs survey. Also, the entire Jurassic Park soundtrack received a bump as well. It has gone from No. 24 to the No. 11 spot on Soundtracks chart (2,000; up 76 percent).

They're of course getting the bump from Jurassic World, which is shattering box office records left and right. Its score, which was composed by Michael Giacchino (The Incredibles), leaped onto the charts at "No. 6 with 4,000 in traditional album sales."

Now come listen to the majestic Jurassic Park theme, but 1000x slower.

Jurassic World is currently playing at your local theater.

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