Every Song On The John Wick 3 Soundtrack

John Wick 3's soundtrack is a vibrant mix of original songs and classical music. Here's every song you heard in Keanu Reeves' latest gun-fu movie.

Keanu Reeves in John Wick 3

Here's every song you'll find on the soundtrack to John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum. Picking up right where John Wick 2 left off, the latest installment in the Keanu Reeves action franchise finds John on the run after he was declared "excommunicado" from the Continental hotels and had a multi-million dollar bounty placed upon his head by the all-powerful High Table. With only his dog and his wits for company, John is forced cash in his last favor - a blood marker with the owner of Continental Casablanca, Halle Berry's Sofia. Along with her loyal canine companions, Sofia helps John raise some hell as he seeks to end the High Table's campaign against him but in a thrilling flurry of martial arts, violent deaths and dogs that have an appetite for certain male body parts, can John ever truly escape his old life?

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As with the previous two offerings, John Wick 3 has been a hit with fans and critics thus far and has built upon the franchise's past financial success with a strong showing at the box office. Praised for its visuals, action sequences and world-building, John Wick 3 also sets up the future of the series, paving the way for both the already-confirmed John Wick 4 and the forthcoming The Continental spinoff TV series.

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A vital, yet often overlooked part of John Wick's success is the music from composers Tyler Bates and Joel J. Richard. The duo has now delivered original soundtracks for all three John Wick movies and their latest effort is now available. The John Wick 3 soundtrack contains an eclectic variety of original compositions from Bates and Richard and the officially released album track listing reads as follows:

  1. Parabellum (Opening Titles)
  2. Tick Tock Mr. Wick
  3. Taxi Ride
  4. Excomunicado
  5. Rain Chase
  6. Antique Gun Assembly
  7. Horse Whisperer
  8. Ballet Ensemble
  9. The Adjudicator
  10. Wick In Morocco
  11. Kill What You Love
  12. Continental Morocco
  13. Desert Walk
  14. Elder Tent Offering
  15. He Shot My Dog
  16. Grand Central Station
  17. Cycle Samurais
  18. The Glass House
  19. Deconsecrated
  20. Winter At The Continental
  21. Shotgun Hot Tub
  22. Glass House Fight
  23. Zero vs Wick
  24. Really Pissed Off (End Credits)

Keanu Reeves as John Wick in John Wick 3 Parabellum

The John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum soundtrack features the same mixture of neo-classical, rock and industrial sounds featured in previous movies with elements of opera, traditional Moroccan and electro thrown in for good measure. Much like the action on-screen, the soundtrack rarely lets up in intensity and even in its quieter moments, has a sense of tension and foreboding that ensures the audience remains on the edge of their seats throughout.

In addition to the original fare from Bates and Richard on the official soundtrack release, John Wick 3 also includes a number of pieces from other artists throughout the movie. These include:

  • Dance Of The Two Wolves - Julia Aks
  • Bullet Holes - Bush
  • Take You Back - Frank Stallone
  • Sad Waltz - Anna Drubich
  • Pas de Deux/The Prince and the Sugar Plum Fairy from The Nutcracker
  • Grand Allegro - Søren Bebe
  • Ninja Re Bang Bang - Yusutaka Nakata
  • Yoga Dreampiano - Giordana Trivellato
  • Winter (from the Four Seasons) - Vivaldi
  • Fra Holbergs Tid: 11. Srabande - Edvard Greig

All of these songs are worked well into the story, with a standout being Vivaldi during the final fight in The Continental

Arguably, a large part of John Wick's success can be attributed to the fact that all three movies have retained more or less the same cast and crew throughout, maintaining continuity, and this extends to the music department. It was definitely true of John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum. With this in mind, it's essential that Bates and Richard return with more pulsating tunes for John Wick 4.

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