The Doobie Brothers and Roxy Music Lead Spiderhead’s Yacht Rock Soundtrack: Stream


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sci-fi thriller spider head hits Netflix on June 17, and along with the film starring Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller, comes a yacht rock-inspired soundtrack. Listen to The Doobie Brothers, Roxy Music and more on the project’s OST below.

The 12-song soundtrack begins with Blitzkrieg’s “Blitzkrieg,” a surprisingly heavy intro for a playlist that also includes The Doobie Brothers’ “What a Fool Believes,” Hall’s “You Make My Dreams (Come True)” and Oates, and Chuck “Feels So Good” from Mangione. Elsewhere, the good times roll with Roxy Music‘s “More Than This,” Herb Alpert’s “Rise” and Supertramp’s “The Logical Song.” See the full track list below.

Directed by Joseph Kosinski (Top Gun: Maverick, tron the legacy), spider head is based on the short story by George Saunders Escape from Spiderheadoriginally published in the new yorker in 2010. The film follows inmates Teller and Jurnee Smollett as they struggle to keep their grip on reality while the head of the correctional facility Chris Hemsworth experiments with mind-altering drugs on them.

Watch the movie’s trailer here and find out all the details about the soundtrack below. spider head is streaming now on Netflix.

spider head Original artwork from the soundtrack:

spiderhead soundtrack illustration

spider head List of tracks from the original soundtrack:
01. Blitzkrieg — Blitzkrieg
02. What A Fool Believes – The Doobie Brothers
03. Solfetietto, in C minor — The Swingle Singers
04. It Feels Good — Chuck Mangione
05. She Blinded Me With Science — Thomas Dolby
06. Breezin’—George Benson
07. More Than That — Roxy Music
08. Climb — Herb Alpert
09. Shanghai Express — Maurizio Dami
10. Peppermint Park – Paul Hart
11. You Make My Dreams Come True (Come True) — Hall and Oates
12. The Logical Song — Supertramp

The Doobie Brothers and Roxy Music Lead Spiderhead’s Yacht Rock Soundtrack: Stream
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