'Soundtrack': Every single song in the Netflix musical series

20 December 2019, 18:33

Nicky Idika

By Nicky Idika

All the music from season 1 of Netflix's romantic musical 'Soundtrack' including songs by Sia, Katy Perry, Ray Charles, Beck, Whitney Houston, Lauryn Hill and more.

Netflix's new musical series Soundtrack tells the interwoven stories of a small group of Los Angeles residents whose complicated lives intersect at the point of romance, friendship, and parenthood. Paul James, Callie Hernandez, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, and Jenna Dewan star as Sam, Nellie, Annette, and Joanna, respectively, in the spirited new Netflix romantic musical.

Aside from the story at the heart of Soundtrack, the show has big musical moments with broad and diverse tunes from the likes of Amy Winehouse, Bruno Mars, Ray Charles, Carly Rae Jepsen, and The Talking Heads. See? It doesn't get more diverse than that.

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We know you're itching to find out more about the songs in Soundtrack, so here is every tune. From Sia's 'Electric Heart' to the original 'Sam and Nellie'.

Soundtrack on Netflix all songs
Soundtrack on Netflix all songs. Picture: Netflix

Netflix 'Soundtrack' Episode 1 songs

Sia - 'Elastic Heart'

Sia's 'Elastic Heart' is the song that plays when Nellie is being broken up with at the bar before spilling her wine.

Brandon Flowers - 'Between Me And You'

The song playing when Sam is having flashbacks of himself and Barry.

Amy Winehouse - 'Love Is A Losing Game'

This is the song playing when Nellie is going on dates and none of them are working out.

Nat King Cole - 'Smile'

'Smile' by Nat King Cole is the song that plays when Sam is being fired from his job and he imagines smashing up his boss' office.

Demi Lovato - 'Sorry Not Sorry'

'Sorry Not Sorry' by Demi Lovato is what plays when Nellie goes to the club to confront her ex with Troy and Gigi.

Imagine Dragons - 'Believer'

This is the song playing when Sam is yelling at his cousin in the club.

Pacific Electric - 'Houston, We Have A Problem'

This is the song that plays when Nellie is dancing in the shop after meeting Sam.

Netflix 'Soundtrack' Episode 2 songs

Kelly Clarkson - 'Heat'

'Heat' by Kelly Clarkson is the song playing when Joanna is going to all her dance auditions and jobs and getting rejected.

Lily Allen - 'Never Gonna Happen'

'Never Gonna Happen' is the song that plays when Nellie and Sam are on their horrible second date at the fancy restaurant.

Robyn - 'Crash And Burn Girl'

This is the song playing when Joanna is in the see-through box and there's a version of her in black latex.

Katy Perry - 'Unconditionally'

This is the song playing when Nellie is looking in the mirror after the dinner with her mother and the professor.

Duffy - 'Mercy'

This is the song playing when Joanna is looking in the mirror and dancing.

Netflix 'Soundtrack' Episode 3 songs

Chet Baker - 'Deep In A Dream'

Chet Baker's 'Deep In A Dream' is the song playing when Nellie and Sam are dancing in the street

Towkio ft. SZA - 'Morning View'

'Morning View' by Towkio ft. SZA is the song playing when Dante is in bed with De'Andra.

Miguel - 'Simple Things'

This is the song playing when Nellie and Sam are in the car driving to the cabin for their weekend getaway.

Bill Withers - 'Aint No Sunshine'

'Ain't No Sunshine' is the song that plays when Sam leaves a voicemail for Nellie after their fight in episode 3.

Bruno Mars - 'When I Was Your Man'

'When I Was Your Man' is the song playing when Dante is walking down the street after arguing with Sam.

Netflix 'Soundtrack' Episode 4 songs

Anne Murray - 'Danny's Song'

This is the song playing when Margot tells Frank that she is pregnant.

Bonnie Raitt - 'Nobody's Girl'

The song that is playing when Margot is finds out Frank is cheating.

Steely Dan - 'Reelin' In The Years'

This is the song playing when Frank goes around the house smashing things and taking Margot's stuff.

Judy Collins - 'Both Sides Now'

Both Sides Now by Judy Collins is the song that plays when young Nellie scrapes her knee.

Neil Diamond - Both Sides Now

This is the song playing when Frank is leaving the house after he and Margot decide to separate.

Joni Mitchell - Both Sides Now

This is the version playing when Margot sees all the versions of her daughter Nellie.

Netflix 'Soundtrack' Episode 5 songs

The Weeknd - Real Life

This is the song playing when Dante is seeing the past versions of himself with De'Andra.

Etta James - 'Take It To The Limit'

This is the song that is playing when Annette is running the restaurant and then does her big musical number.

Daniel Caesar - 'We Find Love'

This is the song that plays when Dante is in the car smoking and feeling sad over the situation with De'Andra.

Basement Jaxx ft. Lisa Kekaula - 'Good Luck'

This is the song Annette sings when she is kicking Dante out of the house.

Grandson - 'Blood//Water'

This is the song playing when Dante is being kicked out of the house by Annette.

Netflix 'Soundtrack' Episode 6 songs

St. Vincent - 'Fast Slow Disco'

'Fast Slow Disco' by St. Vincent is the song playing when Nellie's comic book comes to life.

Netflix 'Soundtrack' Episode 7 songs

Peter Gabriel - 'Big Time'

'Big Time' by Peter Gabriel is the song playing when Frank is at the party with Polly and seeing people's dollar signs above their heads and begins scheming on how he can get them to invest in his idea.

Sly & The Family Stone - 'Que Sera , Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)'

This is the song playing when Sam is waiting in family court to hear if his son will be taken away from him.

Randy Newman - 'Losing You'

Randy Newman's 'Losing You' is the song playing when Frank is at the hospital and having flashbacks of Nellie as a child.

Ray Charles - 'Bye Bye Love'

Ray Charles' 'Bye Bye Love' is the song playing when Sam tries to run free and see Nellie while she's in the hospital.

Leo Sayer - 'I Will Not Stop Fighting'

'I Will Not Stop Fighting' is the song playing when Sam and Nellie are reunited after the accident and hug.

Netflix 'Soundtrack' Episode 8 songs

The Original Broadway Cast - 'It's A Fine Life'

'It's A Fine Line' is the song playing when Gigi goes into work and she's dancing around her shop.

Lauren Bacall - 'But Alive'

'But Alive' is the song playing when Gigi is on a date with the chef, Peter and does her big dance number.

David Bowie - 'Blue Jean'

David Bowie's 'Blue Jean' is the song that plays when Gigi and Peter are dancing together at the dive bar.

Original Broadway Cast - 'Poor Everybody Else'

This is the song playing when Gigi wakes up after having sex with Peter and she's giddy.

Judy Garland - 'Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries'

This is the song that plays when Pete blows Gigi off after she pretends not to know Troy at the club.

Netflix 'Soundtrack' Episode 9 songs

Portishead - 'Only You'

'Only You' by Portishead is the song that's playing when Margot is asleep and dreaming of Nellie, Barry, and Sam.

Darlene Love - 'Long Way To Be Happy'

'Long Way To Be Happy' by Darlene Love is the song playing when Annette goes asking about Dante.

Whitney Houston - 'I Will Always Love You'

Whitney Houston's I Will Always Love You' is the song playing when Annette walks down into the basement and Dante is there.

Lauryn Hill - Tell Him

'Tell Him' by Lauryn Hill is the song that plays when Annette is walking in the street and joined by her neighbours and friends.

Netflix 'Soundtrack' Episode 10 songs

Beck - 'Timebomb'

This is the song that plays when Margot and Sam are preparing to go up against each other for custody of Barry.

Talking Heads - 'Psycho Killer'

'Psycho Killer' by Talking Heads is the song playing Nellie figures out that she's pregnant.

Talking Heads - 'Once In A Lifetime'

'Once In A Lifetime' by Talking Heads is the song that's playing after Nellie realises she's pregnant.

Soundtrack Cast - The Folks Who Live On The Hill

This is the song that Sam sings for Nellie on the piano outside their new house.

Carly Rae Jepsen - 'For Sure'

Carly Rae Jepsen's song 'For Sure' is what plays when Joanna is thinking about Sam and imagining dancing with him.