The Cobra Kai soundtrack includes music by Poison, Foreigner and Ratt. This info article contains spoilers for Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg’s Netflix series. Visit the Soundtracks of Television section for more Vague Visages music guides.
Cobra Kai stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka as Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence, respectively. Martin Kove co-stars as the series’ primary villain, John Kreese, a Vietnam War veteran who attempts to manipulate his colleagues and enemies. Composers Leo Birenberg and Zach Robinson created the official score; music supervisor Gary Calamar (True Blood) assembled the featured needle-drop tracks for season 4. Here’s every song in Cobra Kai.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 1 “Ace Degenerate”
- “Nothin’ But a Good Time” by Poison (00:04): Johnny leaves his apartment complex. He spots a billboard for LaRusso Auto Group near Burbank Boulevard. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the title sequence.
- “Paz Banda” by TECH-I-L.A. (00:07): Johnny leaves a park in Los Angeles. He arrives at Reseda Flats Mini Mart. Miguel (Xolo Maridueña) arrives as the cashier jokes about Johnny.
- “Stupid In Yo Area” by Nation Ruckus (00:8): Kyler (Joe Seo) arrives at Reseda Flats Mini Mart with friends. The song plays briefly.
- “Head Games” by Foreigner (00:16): Johnny exits his Reseda apartment complex. He drives while intoxicated and relives memories from his teenage years (as depicted in The Karate Kid). The music fades as Johnny arrives at All Valley Sports Arena.
- “Sirius” by The Alan Parsons Project (00:25): Johnny leaves LaRusso Auto Group and drops a bonsai plant. He recruits Miguel and vows to teach a method of fighting to a “pussy generation.” The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the final moments as Johnny establishes a new dojo.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 2 “Strike First”
- “Ain’t That a Kick In the Head” by Dean Martin (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the opening sequence. Daniel wakes up and prepares for work. The music drops when he spots Cobra Kai Karate.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 3 “Esqueleto”
- “Lay It Down” by Ratt (00:00): A wide shot captures the city of Los Angeles. Miguel trains at his Reseda apartment.
- “Round and Round” by Ratt (00:09): Miguel shows Johnny the Cobra Kai website. He receives a phone call from his mother. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays briefly as a ringtone.
- “Kiss It” by Dorothy (00:11): Johnny teaches Miguel how to think with his legs. The music plays during a transitional scene at the dojo. “Kiss It” continues as the action cuts back and forth during a training montage.
- “Live It Up” by Ali Pierre and Aaron Wayne (00:13): Miguel arrives at a Halloween party. He wears Johnny’s skeleton outfit from The Karate Kid. Demetri (Gianni DeCenzo) and Eli (Jacob Bertrand) explain their costumes to Miguel.
- “Back Seat Taxi” by Back Seat Taxi (00:14): Daniel receives a text message from Samantha (Mary Mouser). Johnny promotes his dojo at the school.
- “Stronger” by Donovan Jarvis (00:14): Sam speaks with Aisha (ichole Brown). They discuss their Halloween costumes. Sam makes plans to hang out with Aisha.
- “I Want You to Know” by JACQ (00:18): Aisha’s classmates troll her on social media. Sam watches as her friends giggle.
- “Black” by Kari Kimmel (00:20): Johnny spots a photo of Ali Mills (Elisabeth Shue) from The Karate Kid. He enters the locker room and finds Miguel on the floor. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the end of the episode.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 4 “Cobra Kai Never Dies”
- “It’s Simply Love” by The Longo Brothers (00:00): Robby Keene (Tanner Buchanan) assists a man at Tech Town. The music is barely audible in the background.
- “Generation of Lies” by Excessum (00:10): Robby’s friends watch a video on a stolen computer. The music fades when Johnny arrives and apologizes for interrupting a “circle jerk.”
- “Say You Don’t Want Me” by Le Bon (00:16): Johnny speaks with his ex-wife in a bar. They discuss Robby’s recent behavior. The music plays lightly in the background.
- “Perm” by Bruno Mars (00:25): Daniel rocks out while driving. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song continues as he reacts to a Tom Cole billboard.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 5 “Counterbalance”
- “Safe Word” by Vampire Hands (00:11): Samantha’s classmates smoke marijuana in a vehicle. They freak out when Mouser’s character enters through the back seat door.
- “Los Cazadores” by Ernesto Molina (00:14): Johnny visits a market. He complains about the noise. Armand talks to his son.
- “Wrecking Ball” by Mudgum (00:15): Robby looks at the Cobra Kai website. Shan arrives with a male friend and giggles. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song continues as Robby puts on his headphones.
- “A New God” by Rich Judd (00:16): Johnny visits a pawn shop. He decides to sell a bunch of gold. Johnny leaves after arguing with the clerk.
- “My Chardonnay” by Bob Mete (00:19): Daniel opens a bottle of wine at home. He argues with his wife Amanda (Courtney Henggeler) about the Johnny beef. The music scores the sequence.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 6 “Quiver”
- “Don’t Look Back” by Boston (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores a 1979 sequence in Encino Hills, California. Young Johnny leaves home and bikes around his neighborhood. The music drops as he looks through the window at Cobra Kai Karate, owned by John Kreese; it can also be heard briefly at 00:23.
- “Bring the Funk Back” by Big Gigantic (00:10): Robby begins his first day of work at LaRusso Luxury Motors. The music scores a montage sequence.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 7 “All Valley”
- “Young Hearts” by Commuters (00:14): Miguel arrives at Golf N’ Stuff with Samantha. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song accompanies a gaming montage. Samantha uses her prize tickets to acquire a fluffy elephant.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 8 “Molting”
- “We’re Not Gonna Take It” by Twister Sister (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores a training sequence. Johnny teaches his students at a junkyard. Johnny unleashes a pack of dogs.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 9 “Different but Same”
- “Take It On the Run” by REO Speedwagon (00:10): Daniel sits in the passenger seat of his vehicle as Johnny drives. He turns on the radio and acknowledges the band’s legacy. Daniel and Johnny harmonize together as the Cobra Kai soundtrack song continues.
- “I’m a Gangster” by Paco (00:13): Hawk attempts to purchase alcohol. Miguel waits outside a convenience store. The music picks up at 00:14 as Hawk successfully buys booze.
- “The Swamp” by Backdrifter (00:16): Johnny orders a Coors Banquet at a bar. He also requests a Shirley Temple “for the lady” (Daniel). Johnny reflects about his stepfather.
- “For the Night” by Hai Hai Doll (00:18): Yasmine (Annalisa Cochrane) observes students at a beach party. She asks Kyler to get rid of the “losers.” Miguel talks with Aisha.
- “The Food Stamp Stomp” by Backdrifter (00:20): Daniel and Johnny discuss Ali. They look at her profile on Facebook.
- “Yucca” by DJ Tiq Tae (00:22): Miguel drinks another beer. Demitri chats with Hawk about his good fortune. He decides to live in the moment by starting a conversation with Yasmine.
- “Sushi” by Hoodie Allen (00:26): Aisha stands up to Yasmine. She pulls her underwear and says “No mercy, bitch!” The Cobra Kai soundtrack song kicks in as Aisha grins.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 10 “Mercy”
- “I Want It All” by Queen (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays during the opening scene. A montage shows various individuals preparing for the All Valley Karate Championship. The music fades when the title graphic appears.
- “El Cielo Azul” by Mirna Orozco & Francisco Cendejas (00:02): Bert recalls a recent trip to a minimart. He tells his friends that he bought a carton of milk when in fact he purchased one copy of “Big & Bootylicious.” Bert reveals that he saw a drunken Johnny urinating in public.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 1 “Mercy Part II”
- “Sweet As A Golden Apple” by KC Booker (00:10): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores a party sequence. Aisha live streams and celebrates. Hawk tells Demetri to “cool it with the nerd shit.”
- “Too Late for Tears” by Andrea Litkei & Ervin Litkei (00:11): Johnny enters a diner. Kreese directs him to a table. The characters discuss the brumation process for snakes.
- “Gold Cup” by Dudley Duncan (00:13): Kreese tells Johnny that the world needs more ass-kicking. The song plays lightly in the background. Kreese defends his legacy.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 2 “Back in Black”
- “Back in Black” by AC/DC (00:00): The episode begins with a LaRusso Auto Group montage. Johnny wakes up and works out. Miguel tries to “play it cool” en route to Cobra Kai.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 3 “Fire and Ice”
- “Tin Pan Boy” by Yungblud (00:03): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores an opening beach sequence. Hawk plays volleyball with Demetri. Two young women inquire about Cobra Kai.
- “Back in the Game” by Airbourne (00:19): Cobra Kai students interrupt Miyago-Do’s presentation at Valley Fest. The crowd cheers as Daniel complains. Kreese calls for “more sparks.”
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 4 “The Moment of Truth”
- “New Bae” by Kenny Moron & Genesis Delgado (00:08): Daniel heads to the beach with Samantha and Robby. They discuss promotion techniques for Miyagi-Do. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song fades as Daniel arrives at his destination.
- “I’m Gonna Be the One” by Satallites (00:12): Daniel talks to a friend about old school parenting techniques. Tory chats with Aisha. Robby and Samantha discuss Valley Fest drama.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 5 “All In”
- “Listen to Your Heart” by Roxette (00:10): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores a mall sequence. Tory watches Miguel’s video for Samantha. She says it makes him look desperate.
- “No Shelter” by Broken Edge (00:14): Hawk squares off against Demetri. The song from The Karate Kid plays during the sequence. Demetri flees as the music fades.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 6 “Take a Right”
- “The Ride” by Matches (00:11): Johnny relives his school years with friends. The song from The Karate Kid scores the sequence. The original Cobra Kai gangs intends to provide their sick friend, Tommy, with one night of entertainment.
- “Fight Song” by Sister Sin (00:18): Johnny fights against a bar patron in Big Bear, California. Tommy and the rest of the crew join in. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song fades as the brawl ends.
- “The Show Must Go On” by Queen (00:28): Tommy dies in Big Bear. Kreese speaks to Cobra Kai students. The music scores an episode-ending montage sequence.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 7 “Lull”
- “Believe in Yourself” by Remmi (00:02): Samantha hangs out with Moon in her bedroom. They discuss an organic smoothie drink. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays lightly in the background.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 8 “Glory of Love”
- “Here I Go Again” by Whitesnake (00:00): Johnny dreams of a romantic encounter with Carmen. The characters kiss, dance and drink Coors Banquet. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song fades as Johnny grins while sleeping.
- “Scallywag” by Sonic Graffiti (00:12): Johnny meets various women at a bar. He drinks beer while making blunt statements. The song cuts after Johnny argues with a former business client.
- “How I Feel About You” by Elijah Honey (00:17): Johnny messages Ali on Facebook. A woman bumps him and offers to buy another Coors Banquet.
- “Dance Hall Days” by Wang Chung (00:18): Robby arrives at an 80s party with Samantha. They speak with Miguel and an unnerved Tory.
- “Go and Get Ya Some” by Paul Otten (00:20): Johnny talks with a woman about “nerd technology.” He hears Graham making disparaging statements about Carmen.
- “White Tape” by Amazing Police (00:20): Robby roller skates with Samantha. They discuss the ongoing conflict with Tory.
- “If You Leave” by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (00:21): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays as Samantha’s skate breaks. She leaves Robby and briefly speaks with Miguel.
- “St. Anthony” by Sonic Graffiti (00:22): Johnny stresses out about Graham. He ends his date and confronts the man outside.
- “Burning Fever” by KRISTINE (00:24): Samantha talks with Robby. She is bumped by Tory. The music cuts as Samantha seeks revenge.
- “You’re the Inspiration” by Chicago (00:26): Daniel has a drink with Amanda. They enjoy a trip down memory lane. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores a conversation sequence.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 9 “Pulpo”
- “That’s My Girl” by Fifth Harmony (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores an opening training montage. Samantha enjoys time at the beach with robby. Tory works out with Miguel.
- “King of the Night” by Philly Chase (00:07): Samantha and Robby arrive a house party. They spot several Cobra Kai members.
- “Live It Up” by Ali Pierre & Aaron Wayne (00:10): A dance party begins at a house gathering. Nate impresses the crowd. The music continues as Stingray arrives.
- “Bigger” by Steven Cooper (00:13): Tory beats Samantha in a drinking contest. Hawk watches Moon kiss Piper.
- “Marigold” by Production Music (00:17): Piper and Moon kiss. Demetri and Hawk talk about Doctor Who.
- “Fangs Out” Bat Fangs (00:19): Samantha beats Tory in a drinking contest. The music drops as List’s character slips and leaves.
- “Tan Linda” by El Niño (00:20): Johnny dances with Carmen. Daniel boogies with Amanda. Johnny tries to relax and have fun.
- “Hold Steady” by Justin Forrest (00:22): Aisha tells Samantha that Miguel found Mr. Miyagi’s Medal of Honor. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores a party sequence. The music stops when Demetri roasts Hawk.
- “Pelicans” by Ego feat. JF & Noir (00:25): Samantha apologizes to Miguel. She thanks him for returning Mr. Miyagi’s medal. Samantha and Miguel kiss as Tory watches.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 10 “No Mercy”
- “Cruel Summer” by Bananarama (00:05): The music plays during a West Valley High School montage. Miguel receives a text from Tory. Daniel drops off Samantha.
- “Bananarama” by Kari Kimmel (00:29): Johnny drinks beer at the beach and thinks about Miguel. Daniel takes down a photo of Mr. Miyagi. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the end of the episode as Ali sends a Facebook friend request to Johnny.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 3, Episode 1 “Aftermath”
- “Low Down Dirty Shame” by Blues Saraceno (00:01): Johnny drinks heavily at Frankie O’s. He says that light beer is for “pussies.” Johnny argues with a patron about the television channel.
- “All These Moments” by Jeff Paul Garber (00:12): Daniels makes a phone call at LaRusso Auto Group. He tries to locate Robby. The music plays lightly in the background.
- “Path to Truth” by Michael Spreitzer, John Boecklin, Jeffrey Kendrick, Carl Bensley (00:14): Johnny arrives at West Valley General Hospital. A bail bondsman warns him not to miss a court date.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 3, Episode 2 “Nature vs. Nurture”
- “Wooly Bully” by Sam the Sham (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays during a flashback sequence in 1965. Young John Kreese picks up a pamphlet about joining the U.S. Army. He gets tripped by a local jock.
- “Comin’ Up for Air” by Stephen Emil Dudas, Mark G. Hart (00:03): Johnny turns on the radio. Daniel tells him to turn it off. The music plays briefly.
- “Waterfalls” by Andre Mayeux (00:00): Daniel and Johnny arrive at Malibu Canyon Recovery. The music fades when the characters meet with Shannon.
- “Kickstart My Heart” by Mötley Crüe (00:22): Daniel and Johnny spot a Dodge Caravan. They chase down someone who could know Robby’s whereabouts. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the sequence.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 3, Episode 3 “Now You’re Gonna Pay”
- “Beautiful Day” by Elize (00:11): West Valley students hold a car wash fundraiser for Miguel. Samantha chats with Moon about sex-positive feminism.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 3, Episode 4 “The Right Path”
- “I Wanna Go” by Nikki Flores, K.O. the Legend (00:07): Daniel arrives at Tomi Village Green. He spots a Red Lobster and Gap store.
- “Ichibanboshi, de Tomoyuki Uchida” by Tomoyuki Uchida (00:12): Daniel walks through Tomi Village Green. He learns that Mr. Sato provided jobs to the villagers.
- “The Courtesan” by Katsumi Sato (00:13): Daniel sees Kumiko (Tamlyn Tomita) for the first time in three decades. She performs with a dance group at Tomi Village Green.
- “Rock ‘n Roll over You” by The Moody Blues (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song accompanies a soccer sequence. Samantha and Demetri strategize against Hawk’s team. The music drops when the students get sent to the principal’s office.
- “Highway Down” by I See Hawks in L.A. (00:21): Johnny drinks alone in a bar. He orders a Coors Banquet and states that he’s not in a “talking mood.” The music fades as Kreese arrives.
- “Yosakoi Bushi” by Ryo Hagiwara (00:32): Daniel visits a restaurant with Kumiko. They have a drink and discuss Mr. Miyagi. Kumiko urges Daniel to put good energy out into the world.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 3, Episode 5 “Miyagi-Do”
- “Mimi o Somasou” by Shinoe Jinnouchi (00:06): Chozen stares at Daniel. Kumbiko observes the two men with a smile on her face. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song continues as Chozen offers to buy Daniel a drink.
- “Oh Yeah” by Yello (00:08): Johnny introduces Miguel to the “tastiest babes of 1988.” He uses a fishing rod to help the boy leave his wheelchair.
- “Let’s Get Twisted” by James Grinder, Paul Rawson, David John (00:15): Johnny grills at his apartment complex with Miguel. He tells a story about a wise man named Hibachi.
- “The Kids are Back” by Twisted Sister (00:29): Dee Snider performs live. Johnny informs Miguel about the singer’s legacy.
- “I Wanna Rock” by Twisted Sister (00:31): Johnny and Miguel pose for a self at the concert. The characters discuss Facebook and photo tags. Dee Snider performs the Cobra Kai soundtrack song.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 3, Episode 6 “King Cobra”
- “Sunshine of Your Love” by Cream (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays during a flashback sequence in 1968 Vietnam. Young Kreese receives a photo from his girlfriend. Twig and Silver enjoy “the smell of America.”
- “Bring Your Friends” by Sam Shrieve (00:19): Johnny reads The Queen of Hearts. Miguel takes photos to impress Ali on Facebook. Johnny poses at an art gallery and touches a painting.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 3, Episode 7 “Obstáculos”
- “I Wanna Be Somebody” by W.A.S.P. (00:02): Johnny trains Miguel. He tells him to “move those gimp legs.” The Cobra Kai soundtrack song continues as Johnny and Miguel toss a wheelchair into an apartment complex dumpster.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 3, Episode 8 “The Good, The Bad, and the Badass”
- “If Only” by Maria Taylor (00:22): Samantha and Miguel toast to the All Valley Tournament. They discuss Miyagi-Do. The music cuts as Robby appears and interrupts an intimate moment between Samantha and Miguel.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 3, Episode 9 “Feel the Night”
- “Christmas Wrapping” by The Waitresses (00:00): A holiday montage opens the episode. Ali appears for the first time in the series. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays as the title graphic appears.
- “Your Smile Is Priceless” by Sly Joe & The Smooth Operators (00:08): Johnny visits the Magnolia Kitchen Cafe. He nervously waits for Ali. The music shifts to a sentimental instrumental as Shue’s character arrives.
- “Revolution” by Matthew Price (00:12): Johnny and Ali recall being stuck on a ferris wheel during their first date. The song plays lightly in the background. Johnny discusses fatherhood and Cobra Kai.
- “Feel the Night” by Baxter Robinson (00:20): Johnny and Ali visit Gold N’ Stuff. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores a gaming montage. The music fades as the former lovers take a selfie.
- “Deck the Halls” by Henry Stuck (00:26): Samantha and her Miyagi-Do pals wait for a party to pick up. Demetri suggests that they watch a Christmas special. Miguel arrives and makes his case for a dojo alliance.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 3, Episode 10 “December 19”
- “Jingle Bell Waltz” by David Ricard (00:03): Daniel and Samantha talk at Encino Oaks Country Club. Ali appears and reunites with her former boyfriend. The characters hug as Johnny watches.
- “Open Arms” by Journey (00:22): Ali and Johnny discuss the concept of living for today and the future. The music sets in as the characters hug. Johnny leaves with a grin as Ali smiles.
- “In the Air Tonight” by The Protomen (00:36): Kreese makes a phone call to a friend. Daniel and Johnny meet with students at Miyagi-Do. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song closes out the season.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 4, Episode 1 “Let’s Begin”
- “Transcendental Études” by Franz Liszt (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the opening of the season. Terry Silver (Thomas Ian Griffith) plays the piano. The title graphic appears before the character’s true identity is revealed.
- “You’ve Got Another Thing Coming'” by Judas Priest (00:03): Miyagi-Do and Eagle Fang students square off. Daniel complains about Johnny’s lack of defensive training. The students practice fundamentals.
- “Badaba” by Tim Garland (00:15): Kreese joins Terry’s party crowd. He looks an appetizer in disgust. Cheyenne (Salome Azizi) explains that it’s a vegan tofu skewer.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 4, Episode 2 “First Learn Stand”
- “Gotta Get Into Something” by Gary Clark Jr. (00:00): Kenny plays video games and brushes his teeth. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays as the character prepares for his first day at a new school. Kenny dances on the sidewalk as a school bus pulls up.
- “TBA” by TBA (00:15): Kenny plays video games online with Lia. He looks at her Instagram profile and lists his interests. The music drops as it’s revealed that Anthony LaRusso (Griffin Santopietro) is pretending to be Lia.
- “Breakin’ Outta Hell” by Airbourne (00:20): Daniel begins his Eagle Fang training. Johnny explains his interpretation of true masculinity. He stats that “manliness is next to godliness.” The music plays again at 00:26:00 when Daniel squares off against hockey players.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 4, Episode 3 “Then Learn Fly”
- “Two Heads Are Better Than One” by Power Tool (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the opening sequence. Daniel and Johnny train students in a new sparring area. The music drops after the title graphic appears.
- “Like a Fighter” by Alexander Rudd and Zach Lemmon (00:24): Terry gets a tattoo in a flashback sequence. Kreese shows off his matching ink. They discuss Cobra Kai and the All Valley Tournament.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 4, Episode 4 “Bicephaly”
- “Cinderelly” by Tommy Genesis (00:10): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays during a backstage sequence. Tory now works as a dancer to earn more money. The song fades as she looks at herself in a mirror.
- “Underneath the Bright Lights” by Jason Tarver & Thomas Greenwood (00:11): Tory prepares for a performance. She appears as a mermaid dancer at a child’s birthday party. Amanda and Samantha giggle in the audience.
- “Rise to the Top” by Kevan Gallagher & Lorenzo De Feo (00:13): Johnny looks at photos on his Facebook page. He wonders how to tell Miguel about his relationship with Carmen. The music fades as Johnny stares at a Coors Banquet and reflects about his childhood.
- “Sailing” by Christoper Cross (00:16): Miguel and Daniel drive through Encino Commons. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays on the radio. Daniel sings along and explains the nuances of 80s music to Miguel.
- “TBA” by TBA (00:20): Johnny makes chili at home. He decides that it’s not “manly enough.” The song fades as Robby arrives.
- “She’s Primeval” by Barrie Gledden & Richard Kimmings (00:23): Johnny prepares a dinner table. He invites Miguel over for a meal.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 4, Episode 5 “Match Point”
- “Burning Heart” by Survivor (00:10): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores a training montage. Johnny plays “Johnny’s Badass Mixtape #4.” The famous Rocky track continues as Zabka’s character karate chops ocean waves as a majestic eagle soars above him.
- “We’re Not Harming Anyone” by Teddy Mac, Midnight Swami & Blake Blumenthal (00:20): Hawk texts Moon about prom at a tattoo parlor. Robby arrives with Cobra Kai students and attacks.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 4, Episode 6 “Kicks Get Chicks”
- “Girls, Girls, Girls” by Mötley Crüe (00:08): Johnny recruits teen girls for Eagle Fang at a high school. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the sequence. Johnny uses Miguel as a recruiting tactic.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 4, Episode 7 “Minefields”
- “Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” by AC/DC (00:12): Johnny trains his Eagle Fang students. A new recruit makes a strong impression. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the sequence.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 4, Episode 8 “Party Time”
- “Rock n Roll Superstar” by Blues Saraceno (00:00): The Cobra Kai soundtrack song scores the opening sequence. Stingray wears a robe and enjoys a pastry. A neighbor complains about music from the previous night.
- “TBA” by TBA (00:10): The West Valley Junior High prom begins. Miguel dances with Samantha. Hawk and Demetri talk as Yasmine arrives.
- “Ignite” by NineOneOne (00:12): Samantha tells Miguel about a flying tornado that she’s been practicing. Robby and Tory arrive in style. Samantha says “Oh my god.”
- “In Your Eyes (Remix)” by The Weeknd feat. Kenny G (00:15): Robby and Tory decide to “put on a show” for Miguel and Samantha. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays during a dance sequence. “In Your Eyes” fades as Daniel and Amanda discuss Anthony’s internet habits.
- “TBA” by TBA (00:19): Tory and Robby slow dance. They discuss the upcoming All Valley tournament. Samantha observes Tory and Robby while dancing with Miguel.
- “TBA” by TBA (00:23): Stingray hosts a house party. Demetri kisses Yasmine. Robby and Miguel stare at each other.
- “TBA” by TBA (00:27): Tory stands up to Samantha.They begin fighting by a pool at Stingray’s party.
- “TBA” by TBA (00:29): Stingray cannonballs into his sister’s pool. Tory talks with Robby and pulls him in.
- “Hear My Heart” by Midnight Mantics (00:32): Tory and Robby discuss the highlights of their prom night together. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays as the characters kiss.
- “Grandes Études” by Franz Liszt (00:35): Stingray arrives at Cobra Kai. Terry gives him a beating as the episode ends.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 4, Episode 9 “The Fall”
- “The Moment of Truth” by Carrie Underwood (00:11): Carrie Underwood performs at the All Valley 18-Under Karate Tournament. The song scores a montage sequence.
Cobra Kai Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 4, Episode 10 “The Rise”
- “Switch 625” by Def Leppard (00:43): Daniel visits Mr. Miyagi’s grave. He vows to stop Kreese’s dojo. The Cobra Kai soundtrack song plays as Chozen Toguchi stands by Daniel’s side.
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