2020s

Soundtracks of Cinema: ‘Wrath of Man’

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The Wrath of Man soundtrack includes music by Johnny Cash, Lonnie Johnson and Richard Wagner. This info article contains spoilers for Guy Ritchie’s 2021 movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.

Wrath of Man stars Jason Statham as Mason Hargreaves aka Patrick “H” Hill, an underworld figure who infiltrates a security unit. Holt McCallany co-stars as Haiden “Bullet” Blaire, a corrupt security guard who colludes with a group of military veterans. The storyline follows H as he tracks down a man who killed his teenage son. Composer Christopher Benstead (The Gentlemen) scored the 119-minute film; music supervisor Ian Neil (Rocketman) assembled the featured tunes. Here’s every song in Wrath of Man, a re-make of Nicolas Boukhrief’s 2004 movie Cash Truck.

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Wrath of Man Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2021 Movie

Wrath of Man Soundtrack - Wrath of Man Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2021 Movie

  • “Folsom Prison Blues (Knownwolf Remix)” by Johnny Cash (00:51:00): The Wrath of Man soundtrack song scores a “Scorched Earth” sequence. Mason demands more effort from his crew. The music sets in during an office scene and continues in a transition sequence. Mason’s men carry out a home invasion mission and capture Jerome (Thomas Dominique).
  • “Tomorrow Night” by Lonnie Johnson (00:55:00): Mike (Darrell D’Silva) smokes a cigarette. He leans against a vehicle and worries about an upcoming job. The music plays from a car stereo system.
  • “Ride of the Valkyries” by Richard Wagner (01:48:00): Jan (Scott Eastwood) pours himself a drink. He wears a robe and looks through a bag of money. The Wrath of Man soundtrack song plays from a phone. “Ride of the Valkyries” cuts as Mason appears in the back of the room.

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Wrath of Man released theatrically on April 22, 2001.

Q.V. Hough (@QVHough) is Vague Visages’ founding editor.