Here Are All the Songs In ‘The Bikeriders’

As The Bikeriders rolls into theaters, viewers will be transported back into the 1960s and 1970s, particularly via biker culture and the fictional club, the Chicago Vandals. The film’s ensemble includes Austin Butler as Benny, a lover of motorcycles who joins up with Tom Hardy’s Johnny, who starts the Vandals. Jodie Comer plays Kathy, who immediately falls for Benny one night at a bar. Damon Herriman plays Johnny’s righthand man Brucie, and other staples of the crew include Beau Knapp’s Wahoo, Karl Glusman’s Corky, Boyd Holbrook’s Cal and Michael Shannon’s Zipco. Norman Reedus later joins up, and the story wouldn’t exist without Mike Faist’s rendition of Danny Lyon, a photographer who put together the book titled The Bikeriders which inspired Jeff Nichols’ film.

The adrenaline, action and more laid-back moments are accompanied by a soundtrack of rock anthems, folky songs and others that further immerse those watching into the period.

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Read on for the soundtrack of Jeff Nichols’ The Bikeriders:

  • “Lonely Room” by Mickey Murray

  • “I Wanna Holler But the Town’s Too Small” by Gary U.S. Bonds

  • “Declaration of Independence” by Count Five

  • “Talkin Bout You” by The Animals

  • “Come and Get It” by Leroy Tooks

  • “Out in the Streets” written by Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, Performed by Adrienne Pedrotti, Michelle M. Kahan & Leila Louise Henley

  • “Out in the Streets” by The Shangri-Las

  • “My Babe” by Dale Hawkins”

  • “Get Up and Get Out” by Clint Stacey

  • “Chino” from “The Wild One” by Leith Stevens

  • “Raunchy” by Bill Justis

  • “That’s All I Need” by Magic Sam

  • “Mama Talk To Your Daughter” by Magic Sam

  • “Road Runner” by Bo Diddley

  • “Mannish Boy (Electric Mud Version)” by Muddy Waters

  • “I Feel Free” by Cream

  • “New Orleans” by Garry U.S. Bonds

  • “Hush Little Baby” by Deon Jackson

  • “Baby Please Don’t Go” by Them feat. Van Morrison

  • “Master of War” by The Staple Singers

  • “Bet You’re Surprized” by Aaron Neville

  • “I’m Going Home” by The Sonics

  • “I’ll Never Learn” by The Shangri-Las

  • “I Can See” by Liberty Bell

  • “Oh Love” by Brother T. and Family

  • “I Don’t Know Who to Blame” by Pugsley Munion

  • “Down On the Street” by The Stooges

  • “Treat Him Right” by Mickey Murray

  • “I Don’t Worry Myself” by Johnny Adams

  • “Vandalize” by Ben Nichols

  • “Come Softly To Me” by the Fleetwoods

  • “Bikeriders” by Lucero

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