Ranking All The Songs from The John Wick Soundtrack

John Wick

The John Wick soundtrack is one of the most badass soundtracks out there. It features a mix of classic rock, metal, and hip-hop that perfectly fits the film’s tone. The movie is about a former assassin who comes out of retirement to take down the people who killed his dog. If you’re a fan of John Wick or just badass action movies in general, then you need to check out this soundtrack. Now, without further ado, let’s get into the rankings.

27. Be Seeing You by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

This song is the opening track of the John Wick soundtrack, and it’s a pretty good introduction. It’s a mix of classic rock and modern electronica that creates a nice, tense atmosphere. However, it’s not one of the standout tracks on the album, and it pales in comparison to some of the other songs.

26. No More Guns by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

This song was featured on the soundtrack for the 2014 neo-noir action thriller film John Wick. The track is composed by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard is about John Wick’s decision to renounce violence and give up his guns. It’s a slow, melancholy ballad that sets the tone for the rest of the film.

25. Dock Shootout by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

The 25th track on our list is the Dock Shootout, which plays during a high-intensity gunfight between John Wick and the Russian gangsters in a dock area. The song features a fast-paced electric guitar riff that amps up the action on-screen.

24. Unfortunate Priest by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

The song starts with a slow and solemn piano piece, with Wick recalling his past as he mourns his dog. It then kicks up into a more action-packed tune as Wick begins to take revenge on those who killed his pup. It’s a fitting track for the movie, providing both emotional and badass moments.

23. Membership Revoked by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

From the movie’s penultimate scene, this song plays as John Wick (Keanu Reeves) finally catches up to Viggo Tarasov (Michael Nyqvist), the man who betrayed him. It’s a fitting track for the movie’s climax, as it builds to a crescendo of heavy drums and guitars.

22. Who You Talkin’ To Man? by Ciscandra Nostalghia and Tyler Bates (2014)

 

This song plays when John Wick is waiting in his car for Iosef Tarasov. It’s a great, intense track that perfectly sets the mood for what’s about to happen.

21. Warehouse SmackDown by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

This song plays during the showdown between John Wick and Viggo Tarasov in the warehouse. It’s an intense, high-octane track that perfectly complements the action on screen.

20. Hotel Throw Down by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

This song is used in the scene where John Wick (Keanu Reeves) goes to the Continental Hotel to kill Viggo Tarasov (Michael Nyqvist). It’s a great, hard-hitting track that perfectly sets the tone for the scene.

19. Old Friend Marcus by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

The 19th track on the John Wick soundtrack is “Old Friend Marcus” by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard. The song plays when John Wick sees his old friend Marcus get information on Iosef Tarasov. Marcus tells John that he needs to find Iosef and bring him to justice, and John agrees.

18. Shots Fired by Le Castle Vania (2014)

 

The 18th song on our list of the best songs from the John Wick soundtrack is “Shots Fired” by Le Castle Vania. Released in 2014, this track has a heavy bassline and a dark atmosphere that perfectly suits the neo-noir action thriller film.

17. LED Spirals by Le Castle Vania (2014)

 

The seventeenth song on our list comes from American electronic music producer Le Castle Vania. LED Spirals was released in 2014 and appeared on the soundtrack for the neo-noir action thriller film John Wick. The pulsing beat and ethereal synth work in the song create an otherworldly atmosphere, perfect for the movie’s tense and often violent action scenes.

16. Think by Kaleida (2014)

 

If you’re looking for a song that perfectly embodies the neo-noir action of John Wick, look no further than “Think” by Kaleida. The duo, made up of English singer-songwriter Christina Wood and Italian musician Cressida Bonas, create a dark and brooding soundscape that is the perfect backdrop to the film’s intense fight scenes and dramatic plot.

15. The Drowning by Le Castle Vania (2014)

 

With a slow and steady beat, “The Drowning” is one of the more unique tracks on the John Wick soundtrack. Le Castle Vania is an American electronic music producer who has released several EPs and albums. “The Drowning” was released as a single in 2014.

14. In My Mind by M86 & Susie Q (2014)

 

Starting off the list is “In My Mind” by M86 & Susie Q. Released in 2014, the upbeat electronica song was featured on the soundtrack of John Wick. Keanu Reeves stars as the title character, a retired hitman who comes out of retirement to seek vengeance on those who killed his dog.

13. On The Hunt by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

The first song on the John Wick soundtrack is “On The Hunt” by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard. The pulsing beat of the song sets the tone for the rest of the album, as it is an action-packed thriller film. The lyrics also fit the movie, as they talk about being on the run and fighting for survival. Overall, this is a great song to start the album and set the tone for the film.

12. Baba Yaga by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

The first track on the John Wick soundtrack is “Baba Yaga” by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard. The song is dark and intense, with a heavy beat that perfectly sets the mood for the film.

11. Chop Shop by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard’s “Chop Shop” is one of the faster, more action-packed tracks on the John Wick soundtrack. It features a heavy guitar riff and a driving beat that propels the song forward. The lyrics are mostly unintelligible, but they seem to fit the film’s tone perfectly.

10. Losef the Terrible by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

This track from the John Wick soundtrack is a haunting and atmospheric piece that perfectly sets the film’s mood. The slow, ethereal vocals and dark instrumentation create a feeling of dread and unease, making it the perfect choice for a scene in which Assassins are hunting Wick.

9. Lure the Wolf by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

This song plays during the first club scene when John Wick tries to find Viggo. It’s a slow, atmospheric track that perfectly sets the mood for the film.

8. The Red Circle by Le Castle Vania (2014)

 

This song is one of the more forgettable ones on the John Wick soundtrack. It’s not bad, per se, but it doesn’t stand out either. It’s a decent enough action movie soundtrack song, but it’s not particularly memorable.

7. Evil Man Blues by The Candy Shop Boys (2014)

 

A modern, slick and stylish take on a classic blues song. The Candy Shop Boys have injected new life into an old genre and created something truly unique.

6. Daisy by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

The sixth song on our list is Daisy by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard. It was released in 2014 as part of the John Wick soundtrack. The song has a very mellow and relaxed vibe, which creates a nice contrast against the high-intensity action scenes in the film.

5. Dear John by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

The fifth spot on our list of the best songs from the John Wick soundtrack goes to Dear John. Tyler Bates and Joel J wrote the song. Richard was released in 2014. It is a haunting ballad that perfectly captures the sadness and loneliness of John Wick’s character.

4. Assassins by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

This song is from the scene where Wick visits Marcus (W2illem Dafoe) to ask for help. It’s a pretty0 intense and action-packed scene, and this song reflects that. It’s1 got a heavy beat and some great electronic elements that make it perfect for a4 gunfight.

3. John Mourns by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard’s song “John Mourns” is a slow and sad piece that plays during a scene in which John Wick grieves over the death of his wife. The song has a very classical feel, with string instruments being the main focus, and helps set the tone for the film’s more emotional scenes.

2. Story of Wick by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

The song “Story of Wick” by Tyler Bates and Joel J. On October 7, 2014, Richard was released as the first track from the soundtrack album for the American neo-noir action thriller film John Wick. The song was written by Bates and Richard and produced by Bates.

1. Every Ending Has a Beginning by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard (2014)

 

The first track on the John Wick soundtrack is “Every Ending Has a Beginning” by Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard. The song sets the mood for the film with its dark and intense tone. It’s a perfect fit for the action-packed movie.

Conclusion

And that’s all the songs from the John Wick soundtrack. It’s a great mix of old-school blues and modern electronic music, and it’s sure to get your adrenaline pumping. So which song is your favourite? We hope you enjoy them.

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