Robert Pattinson fans will now have another thing to scream about: the Twilight star has plans to record an album, according to Us Weekly.

The album Rob will make will be guitar-based and drums, very organic-sounding, nothing pop . . . like stripped-down Ray LaMontagne meets Van Morrison, a source told the magazine.

Pattinson, 25, is gearing up to promote the film franchise's last two installments, with The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 set to hit theaters on Nov. 18. Part 2 arrives in 2012.

Hardcore fans of the British heartthrob know that Pattinson is no stranger to music.

In fact, the star is responsible for two tracks, Never Think and Let Me Sign, on the soundtrack for the first Twilight film.

I feel like a complete idiot. I wish I hadn't done it . . . it's kind of embarrassing. I didn't really think about it before I put it on the soundtrack, and then it's like, Ooh! it looks like I'm trying to be J.Lo, Pattinson said in a 2008 interview with MTV.

Pattinson's soundtrack gigs didn't end there. He performed three songs on the soundtrack for How to Be, a 2008 indie film he also starred in.

Music is his first love! He's tortured because he avoids it. When he's sitting around jamming in the studio, it's his favorite moment of life, another source told Us Weekly.

News of a music album comes almost two years after Pattinson took part in an impromptu performance for Songs from a Room, a global music movement that features up and coming artists singing in random living rooms and hotel spaces (see video below).

Pattinson recently wrapped production on David Cronenberg's upcoming drama, Cosmopolis. Paul Giamatti, Juliette Binoche and Samantha Morton also star in the film, based on the novel of the same name by Don DeLillo.