The Triple Frontier soundtrack includes music by Metallica, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Bob Dylan. This info article contains spoilers and song details for J. C. Chandor’s 2019 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Triple Frontier stars Ben Affleck as Tom “Redfly” Davis, a realtor who reunites with his former Delta Force comrades for a private mission. Oscar Isaac co-stars as Santiago “Pope” Garcia, a military adviser who plans to rob a drug lord’s home. The storyline follows five war veterans as they execute a heist and have difficulties transporting their loot. The composer known as Disasterpeace (It Follows) scored the 125-minute Netflix film; music supervisor Linda Cohen (Licorice Pizza) handled the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in Triple Frontier.
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Triple Frontier Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2019 Netflix Movie
- “For Whom the Bell Tolls” by Metallica (00:02:00): William “Ironhead” Miller (Charlie Hunnam) finishes a motivational speech. The Triple Frontier soundtrack song scores a transition sequence. Pope listens to music in a helicopter.
- “Caderas” by Bomba Estereo (00:05:00): A police squad surrounds a Colombian club. Music plays from the building’s sound system. Pope’s team is ambushed.
- “The Chain” by Fleetwood Mac (00:21:00): Redfly exits a convenience store. Pope speaks with Tess (Madeline Wary) about her father. He says, “Your dad’s a good man. You shouldn’t be too hard on him.”
- “Walk” by Pantera (00:26:00): The Triple Frontier soundtrack song scores an MMA sequence. Ben “Benny” Miller (Garrett Hedlund) walks to a ring. Pope drinks a beer with Redfly and Francisco “Catfish” Morales (Pedro Pascal).
- “Run Through the Jungle” by Creedence Clearwater Revival (00:28:00): The track accompanies a road sequence. Pope and company arrive at Frontera Brasil — the triple frontier that links Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. The music fades as a villager stares at the protagonists.
- “Masters of War” by Bob Dylan (01:25:00): The music plays during a forest sequence. Benny wades through a river with a horse. Pope and the others follow behind.
- “Somewhere This Is a Mother” by Traditional (01:37:00): Benny sings the Triple Frontier soundtrack song after Redfly’s death. The focal crew walks through a snowy mountain region. Benny continues singing while carrying bags of money.
- “Whoa” by APM Music (01:46:00): Pope and company observe an outdoors party. Music plays from a speaker system. Benny swims and meets with a contact about a boat.
- “Orion” by Metallica (01:57:00): Ironhead speaks with Pope. He gives him the coordinates for a ravine where they left bags of money. The track scores the film’s final moments and end credits.
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The Triple Frontier soundtrack also includes:
- “Para Elisa” by Los Destellos
- “Linda Munequita” by Los Hijos Del Sol
- “Mi Lamento” by Grupo Celeste
- “No Te Dejare” by Grupo Celeste
- “Old Time Pan” by Odyssey Steel Band
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