What makes a science fiction thriller exciting? Think? Okay, aside from the exciting setting, the thriller soundtrack is undeniable. Spiderhead has some amazing songs in its movie, which have most likely piqued your interest. We’re you thinking about it too?
Maybe that’s why you’ve come to learn more about it. And we have you covered. Two inmates from a bond while grappling with their backstories in a cutting-edge penitentiary run by a magnificent visionary who experiments on his subjects with mind-altering drugs.
We are falling head over heels for Hemsworth’s performance. The movie received positive reviews from critics, who praised Hemsworth’s performance. And that’s expected. If you want to catch up on it, Netflix has you wrapped. But, without further ado, let’s delve deeper.
Spiderhead Soundtrack Explored
It’s now time for the ideal moment. Let’s take a look at the movie’s soundtrack. You are principally receiving a new playlist.
The Logical Song By Supertramp
The lyrics start with, “When I was young, it seemed that life was so wonderful.”
There’s this line that listeners can relate to. “There are times when all the world’s asleep. The questions run too deep.”
Feelin’ Like By Bad Colours feat. Jarv Dee
This track has been played on repeat by listeners because it is simply amazing.
I’ll Take You There By The Staple Singers
The lyrics start with, “Oh, mmm, I know a place. Ain’t nobody cryin’, Ain’t nobody worried, Ain’t no smilin’ faces.”
Blitzkrieg By Blitzkrieg
This track was deemed ‘raw’ by the listener. It’s actually fantastic.
What A Fool Believes By The Doobie Brothers
This one’s definitely worth listening to.
Solfeggietto By The Swingle Singers
Here’s the other one.
Feels So Good By Chuck Mangione
This is unquestionably a masterpiece. It’s one of the best songs were ever written.
She Blinded Me With Science By Thomas Dolby
Breezin’ By George Benson
Breezin’ is jazz/soul guitarist and vocalist George Benson’s fifteenth studio album. It is his Warner Bros. Records debut. It not only topped the jazz charts but also reached the top of the pop and R&B charts.
Der Fruehling (Spring) By The Swingle Singers
More Than This By Roxy Music
We have another masterpiece. This song will transport you to another era. It has an ethereal feel to it. Haunting, touching, and timeless.
Rise By Herb Alpert
This song takes listeners back to their childhood. The trumpet notes will immerse you. It’s fantastic, isn’t it?
Mukuti By Rikki Ililonga
Flume By Fred Szmanski
You Make My Dreams (Come True) By Daryl Hall and John Oates
Everyone’s favorite duo, Hall & Oates, absolutely slew this song. This song is bringing back fond memories for everyone.
Crazy Love By Poco
Along with these, you should definitely check out the Spotify link of this Soundtrack. Spiderhead also includes several moving instrumentals by Joseph Trapanese, who collaborated with director Joseph Kosinski on Oblivion, Only the Brave, and Tron: Legacy.
What do you think of the soundtrack? You are welcome to share your thoughts and preferences in the comments section below.