The Adam Project soundtrack includes music by The Spencer Davis Group, Led Zeppelin and Pete Townshend. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Shawn Levy’s 2022 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Now streaming on Netflix, The Adam Project stars Ryan Reynolds as a fighter pilot who travels from 2050 to 2022. Walker Scobell co-stars as a younger version of the protagonist. The storyline explores Adam Reed’s attempts to destroy time travel technology that was innovated by his father in 2018. Composer Rob Simonsen (The Way Back) scored the 106-minute film; music supervisor Maggie Phillips (The Dropout) assembled the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in The Adam Project.
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The Adam Project Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2022 Netflix Movie
- “Gimme Some Lovin'” by The Spencer Davis Group (00:00:00): The Adam Project soundtrack song scores the opening credits sequence. Big Adam enters a worm hole in the year 2050. The track plays again at 00:55:00.
- “Time After Time” by Neil Archer (00:24:00): Big Adam enters Rainier Pharmacy. Chuck (Kasra Wong) confronts Young Adam outside the building.
- “Good Times Bad Times” by Led Zeppelin (00:38:00): Christos (Alex Mallari Jr.) squares off against Big Adam. The Adam Project soundtrack song kicks in as Laura (Zoe Saldana) shows up with weapons. Big Adam reunites with his wife.
- “Foreplay/Long Time” by Boston (01:22:00): The 70s hit plays during a lab sequence. A computer commences emergency protocols. Maya Sorian (Catherine Keener) tries to protect her technology.
- “Let My Love Open the Door” by Pete Townshend (01:36:00): Big Adam finds Laura in the past. He offers to walk her to a college campus. The Adam Project soundtrack song scores the final moments and continues during the end credits.
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The Adam Project soundtrack also includes:
- “Let It Be” by Matt Berninger
- “40 Years Young” by Muzak Orchestra
- “2-Part Inventions, BWV 772-786: No. 6 in E Major, BWV 777” by Vladimir Feltsman
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