The Terminal List: Chris Pratt’s Action-Drama based on the novel by Jack Carr; soundtrack revealed.
The showrunners of the ‘Terminal List’ did a great job making everyone look suspect, including the main character.
The Terminal List, based on the novel by Jack Carr, is well written, and the talented cast performance elevates the story from action-drama to mystery-thriller.
The action is very satisfying to watch and feels even better because of the slower parts of the show. After his entire platoon of Navy SEALs is waylaid, James Reece comes home, only to find new forces of darkness working against him and jeopardizing those he loves.
The Terminal List Soundtrack
This series has a better soundtrack just like the others, which we will discuss in this article. Continue reading to add a soundtrack of an action-packed series to your Spotify list.
1. Bad Company By Five Finger Death Punch
The 12-year-old song is still speaking to us more than modern music.
2. A Man Who Was Gonna Die Young By Eric Church
This man doesn’t have a genre. He is his own special kind of artist.
3. Liquid Courage By Eagle Eye Williamson
4. Souls Drift Away (I Am Free) By Siege of Rhodes
5. Hell Hotline By Tempers
This song causes that nothing else matters more than listening to it and letting yourself go, sometimes that is needed.
6. War Pigs By Black Sabbath
Funny how a band that was accused of being evil wrote the best anti-war song ever made.
7. Junior Blind By North of South
8. Boulevards By Sly5th Ave feat. Dentitia
What a fantastic blend of voice and musicianship. This deserves more views.
9. Matchbox By Carl Perkins
Everything sounds perfect on this song and Clapton’s tone is friggin sweet as always. And that drummer from Rory Storm and the Hurricanes sure knows how to rock that beat, he’s definitely going to places.
10. Soft By Fox Sinclair
We must say Terminal List’s musical editor found some real obscure but talented artists.
11. The Road To Love By Sweatson Klank
12. Little Darlin By The Diamonds
This song epitomizes the 50’s sound, and this Canadian quartet made millions of people happy with this bouncy offering.
13. Symphony 7 – 4th Movement By Ludwig Van Beethoven
One can hear the energy of the universe in this music, this hum of energy that is so creative. The 7th symphony is our personal favorite tho.
14. Masters Of War By Bob Dylan
The singer doesn’t mention any particular event, person, year, or country. Making the lyrics universal and valid forever.
15. El Invento By José González
One more song brings the beauty the world needs into existence. The beauty of this song is hidden in pure simplicity.
16. The Man Behind The Guns By Phil Ochs
Phil Ochs’s music will always be timeless, and there is no doubt about that.
17. The Whistler By The White Buffalo
He really is one of the most talented raw artists, doesn’t need loads of filtering, or autotuning, just a guitar and his voice.
18. Wait I Am By Ladada
19. The First Time By The Genies feat. Roy Hammond
Though some songs aren’t famous and familiar, the impact it has on some people is just priceless.
20. 2 Minutes To Midnight By Iron Maiden
One thing for sure — there’s a history lesson in every Iron Maiden song.
21. Heartaches By The Number By Guy Mitchell
Does anyone out there realize that this man ruled the airways in the 50s? He wrote his own ticket in his heyday. This is one of the few songs that alleviates heartbreak if only for a little while.
Did you like the soundtrack? Are there any songs you wish ‘deserved’ in this list? Don’t forget to let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.