Ranking All The Songs from the Soul Soundtrack

Trent Reznor

Soul, a 2020 film, is a treat for the ears and eyes. Unsurprisingly, jazz music takes center stage in this film, creating a captivating soundtrack. This spectacular computer-animated, comedy-drama film was written by Kemp Powers, Pete Docter, and Mike Jones. Pixar Animation Studios produced the film. Soul: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the title of the film’s soundtrack. On December 18, 2020, Walt Disney Records released the three albums that make up the film’s soundtrack. The soundtrack received several awards, including the Golden Globe Award and the Academy Award for Best Original Score. Here is the ranking of all the songs from the Soul soundtrack.

42. Just Us – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor wrote this masterpiece. “Just Us” was released in 2020 and is contained in the Soul: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.

41. It’s All Right – Jon Batiste

 

This catch track was composed by Curtis Mayfield. “It’s All Right” is performed by Jon Batiste in the film during the film’s end credits.

40. Enjoy Every Minute – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

“Enjoy Every Minute” was written by Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor. The track is about giving second chances.

39. Thank You – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

“Thank You” was written and performed by Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor, and it’s about being grateful and offering some form of encouragement.

38. Earthbound – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

“Earthbound” is an incredible track that makes one feel like they have heard and understood every meaning of life through the music.

37. Flashback – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

“Flashback” is performed by Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor. It is known to be a catchy track that can stir up your emotions.

36. Escape/Inside 22 – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

“Escape/Inside 22” is a twisty tune, but a good one. The track sounds like some mission music in a spy movie.

35. Ship Chase – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This song conveys the concept that a good captain always goes down with his ship.

34. Epiphany – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This track plays during a nearly wordless scene in the film; this is one of the most beautiful scenes in all the Pixar films.

33. Lost – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

“Lost” is a beautiful song about a lost soul playing around trying to find the “spark.”

32. Spiritual Connection – Jon Batiste

 

Jon Batiste composed this amazing jazz tune. The piano performance in the track stands out, making it sweet to listen to.

31. Celestial Spaces In Blue – Jon Batiste

 

“Celestial Spaces In Blue” is one of the tracks on Soul’s soundtrack, composed by Jon Batiste.

30. The Epic Conversationalist/ Born To Play – Jon Batiste

 

The jazz on this soundtrack, especially in this particular track, makes this movie unique.

29. Cristo Redentor – Jon Batiste

 

“Cristo Redentor” is one of the tracks on the soundtrack that features some soul style. It is a stunning piece of music.

28. Space Maker – Jon Batiste

 

“Space Maker” is one of the tracks that was a non-original song on the soundtrack and is composed by Walter Norris.

27. Betrayal – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This track’s intensity and volume rise towards the end, where it threatens to overwhelm yet unexpectedly ceases.

26. Pursuit/Terry’s World – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

The mix between the two different worlds musically in this track is incredible and beyond this world.

25. 22 Is Ready – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This song and scene really hit emotional chords for many people listening to it, something that makes it beautiful.

24. Fruit Of The Vine – Jon Batiste

 

This is one of the scores on the soundtrack performed by the talented Jon Batiste.

23. Looking At Life – Jon Batiste

 

“Looking At Life” is one of those tracks that makes you feel connected to your soul when you listen to it, and it gets you meditating about your life.

22. Partying Ways – Cody ChesnuTT

 

“Partying Ways” is one of the tracks on the soundtrack performed by Cody ChesnuTT.

21. Feel Soul Good – Jon Batiste

 

The featured jazz style in this track will get you clapping your hands.

20. Terry Time Too – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This track is so ominous yet so addictive; it captures the true nature of Terry.

19. Let Your Soul Glow – Jon Batiste

 

This track sounds like a Mario Kart theme song.

18. Apex Wedge – Jon Batiste

 

“Apex Wedge” is one of the tracks on the soundtrack performed by Jon Batiste that received positive reviews from the fans.

17. 22’s Getaway – Jon Batiste

 

This track sounds like some hotel music and a mix of the Incredibles.

16. Meditation/Return To Earth – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This song is on another level. There is so much driving energy that it can make you emotional.

15. Lost Soul – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This track feels like a chase theme or a spy mission theme.

14. Run/Astral Plane – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

Without question, this track is among the best songs on the soundtrack.

13. Portal/The Hall Of Everything – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

The 13th song in our ranking of all songs from the Soul Soundtrack is a collaboration that features Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor. This track makes you feel like you are in the future.

12. Joe’s Life – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

“Joe’s Life” is an ethereal and fantastic song.

11. Terry Time – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This song brings out the funny personality of Terry.

10. Joe’s Lowdown Blues – Jon Batiste

 

Jon Batiste gives this track an outstanding performance, making it stand out from the soundtrack.

9. Rappin Ced – Daveed Diggs – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This song was a callback to Joey Gardner’s hip hop band when he was way younger.

8. Jump To Earth – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This track sounds like retro Tomorrowland music.

7. The Great Before/U Seminar – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This song sounds like Wall-E with a combination of Inside Out.

6. Falling – Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This song, along with the visuals, has made an incredible opening credits scene.

5. The Great Beyond -Atticus Ross and Trent Reznor

 

This track is so peaceful and heavenly.

4. Collard Greens And Cornbread Strut – Jon Batiste

 

This is one of the tracks performed by Jon Batiste.

3. Bigger Than Us – Jon Batiste

 

This track features a piano solo that sounds so ethereal.

2. Born To Play Reprise – Jon Batiste

 

This is a beautiful track that features an outstanding piano performance.

1. Born To Play – Jon Batiste

 

Coming in at number one in our ranking of all the songs from the Soul soundtrack is the track, “Born To Play” which was performed by Jon Batiste, and it features the sound of tough giant steps when it starts.

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