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Do Revenge Soundtrack: Every Song Featured in the Netflix movie

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Do Revenge Soundtrack – Every Song Featured in the Netflix movie: If you love teen drama and great music this one is perfect for you. Netflix’s latest addition to its Teenage comedies is “Do Revenge”, a film starring the cool Netflix kids, Camilla Mendes, Maya Hawke, Austin Abrams, and Alisha Boe to name some.

Loosely based on Alfred Hitchcock’s Strangers on the train, the movie is about two seniors of Rosehill Country Day High School, Drea (Camilla Mendes) and Eleanor(Maya Hawke) who plan to take revenge against their enemies. Drea’s tormentor is her ex-boyfriend Max (Austin Abrams) who leaked their sex tape and Eleanor hates Carissa Jones (Ava Capri) because she spread a really vile rumor about her back in summer camp. To avoid being caught they decide to take each other’s revenge.


The soundtrack of the film plays a vital role as it sets the tone of some of the key sequences. Director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson made it one of the most important tasks for her to choose the correct music for the film. According to her, she wanted to reminisce about the popular teen movies of the 90s with her film. This led to the involvement of Rob Lowry, the music supervisor for the film who handpicked some of the best songs from the 90s for nostalgia; plus some of the best contemporary songs for newness. This amalgamation of both the eras is what makes the sound of the film so unique and interesting.

While the tracklist of Do Revenge includes ‘Bitch’ – Meredith Brooks from the 90s, it also has pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Brutal.’ The Cranberries’ “Dreams” plays along with ‘Happier Than Ever’ by Billie Eilish. It is bound to make you feel different emotions as you chart through the film’s delicious narrative. Teen drama along with a soundtrack worthy of a mixtape is for sure right up the alley for a wide range of audiences, and this is what Netflix is aiming for.


  • ‘For The Girls’ – Hayley Kiyoko
  • ‘Do You Know (What It Takes) – Robyn
  • ‘Cybah’ – Syd
  • ‘Brutal’ – Olivia Rodrigo
  • ‘The Impression That I Get’ – The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
  • ‘How’s It Going To Be’ – Third Eye Blind
  • ‘I Eat Boys – Chloe Moriondo
  • ‘Milionària’ – Rosalía
  • ‘Celebrity Skin’ – Hole
  • ‘Deceptacon’ – Le Tigre
  • ‘Blondes’ – Blu DeTiger
  • ‘Dumb Dumb’ – Mazie
  • ‘So Hot You’re Hurting My Feelings’ – Caroline Polachek
  • ‘Easy Going – Kacy Hill
  • ‘Move’ – TOBi
  • ‘How Bizarre’ (orchestral version) – The Symphonic Pops
  • ‘Kids In America’ – Maude Latour
  • ‘Pretend’ – Juliana Madrid
  • ‘Bitter Bitch’ – Helen
  • ‘Silk Chiffon (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)’ – MUNA
  • ‘Flagpole Sitta’ – Harvey Danger
  • ‘She’s All I Wanna Be’ – Tate McRae
  • ‘Shame Reactions’ – Pom Pom Squad
  • ‘Happier Than Ever’ – Billie Eilish
  • ‘Dead To Me (Simonyouth remix)’ – Chloe Adams
  • ‘Praise You’ – Fatboy Slim
  • ‘Bitch’ – Meredith Brooks
  • ‘Dreams’ – The Cranberries


Read More: Do Revenge Movie Ending, Explained – What plan do Drea and Eleanor forge to bring down their enemies?

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