Ranking All The Songs from The Tokyo Drift Soundtrack

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If you’re a fan of racing movies, then you’re undoubtedly familiar with The Fast and the Furious franchise. And if you’re a fan of The Fast and the Furious franchise, then you know that one of the best things about it is the kick-ass soundtracks. It’s no different with the third movie in the series, Tokyo Drift – which features an eclectic mix of songs that perfectly capture the energy and excitement of street racing. The songs on this soundtrack are a mix of rock, hip-hop, and electronica, and they’re all perfect for getting your adrenaline pumping while you watch cars fly around corners at top speed. But with so many great songs on this soundtrack, it can be tough to figure out which ones are the best. So that’s why we’ve put together this ranking of some of the songs in the Tokyo Drift soundtrack.

10. “Bandorelos” by Don Omar and Tego Calderon

 

Bandorelos is written and performed by Don Omar and Tego Calderon, two Puerto Rican reggaeton artists. The song was first released in 2007, and it was featured on the movie’s soundtrack, “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.” It talks about how the narrator is in love with a Bandolero woman. She’s independent, and she’s not afraid to stand up for herself. She’s a woman who knows what she wants, and she’s not going to let anyone stop her from getting it.

9. “Cho Large” By Terriyaki Boyz and Pharrel William

 

Cho Large was written by Terriyaki Boyz, a Japanese hip-hop group, and Pharrel Williams, an American singer, and songwriter. The song was first released in 2006, and it was featured on the movie’s soundtrack, “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.” The lyrics are about how the narrator is large and in charge. He’s a boss, and he’s not going to let anyone get in his way. The song is catchy, and it’s sure to get you moving.

8. “The Barracuda” by 5.6.7.8’s

 

This song is a cover of the classic track by The Who. It was first recorded in 2006, and the 5.6.7.8’s did a great job with their version. It’s one of the more rock-inspired songs inside the soundtrack, and it’s a great song to listen to if you’re looking for something with a bit more of a punch. The Barracuda quartets are from Japan. They include Yoshiko, Rico, Yoshie, and Sachiko, playing different instruments. Even though they mostly sing in Japanese, their songs are popular all over America.

7. “Restless” by Evil Nine

 

This is another great song to listen to if you’re looking for something with a bit more of a punch. It’s fast-paced, and the beat is catchy. It’s one of my personal favorites in this soundtrack. Restless was written by Evil Nine, an electronic music duo. It talks about how the narrator is restless and can’t sit still. They want to do something, anything, to get away from the monotony of their life.

6. “Round Round” by Far East Movement

 

This song was written by Far East Movement, an American hip-hop group. It’s a great party song, and it’s perfect for getting you moving. The group was formed in 2003 and has released several albums over the years. The song is about how the narrator will have a good time, no matter what. They’re not going to let anything get in their way. It’s one of the more upbeat songs in the soundtrack, and it’s sure to get you dancing.

5. “She wants to move” – N*E*R*D

 

This song is another great party song written by Chad Hugo and Pharrell Williams, who are both members of N*E*R*D. It was first released in 2004, and it was featured on their album, “Fly or Die.” The lyrics are about how the narrator’s love interest wants to move and shake her body. Grammy awards nominated the song for Best Remixed Recording 2005. It’s a great song to get you moving, and it’s sure to get everyone on the dance floor.

4. “Six days” (remix) by Mos Def and DJ Shadow

 

It’s a remix of an older song by Mos Def and DJ Shadow. It’s slower than many other songs on the Tokyo Drift, but it’s still a great song. It’s a classic track, and the remix version is just as good as the original. The beat is catchy and will have you hooked from the first listen.

3. “Speed” – Atari Teenage Riot

 

Atari Teenage Riot, a German electronic music group, wrote and performed this song. It was first released in 1992, featured on their album, “Delete Yourself!” The name is derived from a Portuguese Joe Alves and Atari ST, a 16-bit personal computer from the early 1990s. Moreover, the song is about how the narrator wants to live their life in fast-forward. They want to experience everything, and they don’t want to slow down for anyone. It’s a great song to listen to if you’re looking for something with a bit of an edge.

2. “Resound” by Dragon Ash

 

This song is written and performed by Dragon Ash, a Japanese rock band. It was first released in 1997, and it was featured on their album, “Viva La Rock.” The song is about how the narrator wants to make their voice heard. They want to stand up for what they believe in, and they’re not going to let anyone stop them.

1. Tokyo Drift – Fast and Furious by The Teriyaki Boyz

 

This song is the perfect opening track for the soundtrack, as it perfectly sets the tone for the rest of the album. It’s the soundtrack of Fast and Furious by Justin Lin in 2006. The song was written by the Teriyaki Boyz, a Japanese hip-hop group. So there you have it, our ranking of all the songs from The Tokyo Drift soundtrack. We’re sure you have your own opinions on the matter (which we would love to hear), so be sure to search for these songs and give them a listen. And if you need a little help getting into the drift driving spirit, be sure to check out the movie itself.

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