Bullet Train Soundtrack: Every Song Featured in the movie
Bullet Train Soundtrack: Every Song Featured in the movie – With a gross turnover of over $30 million domestically, David Leitch’s Bullet Train is the number uno movie in the world right now. Starring the likes of Brad Pitt, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Hiroyuki Sanada, Michael Shannon, Sandra Bullock, Bad Bunny, Logan Lerman & Zazie Beetz, the action extravaganza is set entirely on a train.
Based on the Japanese novel “Maria Beetle” by Kotaro Isaka and the Sony Pictures-produced actioner made a strong debut at the global box office too, raking in a whopping $60 million in its first weekend alone.
Following Ladybug (Brad Pitt), a well-known assassin returning to do a job, the journey from Tokyo to Kyoto, onboard a bullet train feels like a swift move, but Leitch’s movie is populated by a host of villains who cross each other’s paths – quite literally.
Bullet Train Soundtrack: All Songs Featured in the movie:
While it is mostly aimed at Western sensibilities, the diverse cast that also includes some notable Japanese actors has made sure that the movie understands its Japanese cultural roots. When it comes to the Soundtrack of Bullet Train, filmmaker David Leitch brings a delicious new twist to the tracklist. The movie doesn’t just feature classic American music but also includes Japanese covers of Bee Gees Stayin’ Alive and Bonnie Tyler’s Holding out for a Hero.
The Japanese version of Stayin’ Alive is performed by Avu-Chan, popularly known as the lead vocalist of the J-Rock punk band Queen Bee. Subsequently, pop singer Miki Asakura steps in to do a dance cover rendition of Bonnie Tyler’s Holding out for a Hero. The rest of the tracklist also includes J-pop songs from the 60s in addition to some peppy tracks that one can groove on.
- Stayin’ Alive performed by Avu-chan (Queen Bee)
- Power performed by Siiickbrain
- I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles performed by Engelbert Humperdinck
- La Despedida performed by Alejandro Sanz
- My Time to Shine performed by UPSAHL
- Kill Me Pretty performed by Tamio Okuda
- Couple of Fruits performed by Big Fella
- Tokiniwa Haha No Naiko No Youni performed by Carmen Maki
- Sweet Thang performed by Shuggie Ottis
- Five Hundred Miles performed by Song For Memories
- Holding Out for a Hero (Dance Version) performed by Miki Asakura
- Sukiyaki (Kyu Sakamoto)
- I Just Want To Celebrate performed by Rare Earth
- Momomon performed by Dominic Lewis