The Untold: Hall of Shame soundtrack includes music by Manic Street Preachers, Tower of Power and Al Hazan. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Bryan Storkel’s 2023 Netflix documentary. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Untold: Hall of Shame chronicles the life and times of a sports nutritionist. When Victor Conte forms Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative (BALCO), he begins working with high-profile professional athletes. The storyline documents the events that preceded an early 21st century steroid scandal. Music supervisors Jessica Berndt (Untold: Johnny Football) and Chris Swanson (Untold: Jake Paul the Problem Child) picked the featured needle-drops for the 78-minute Netflix documentary. In addition, Lee Hazlewood recorded the theme song, “Your Sweet Love.” Here’s every song in Untold: Hall of Shame.
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Untold: Hall of Shame Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2023 Netflix Documentary
- “You Stole the Sun from My Heart” by Manic Street Preachers (00:11:00): Victor talks about playing by “the real rules of sport.” The Untold: Hall of Shame soundtrack song continues during a transition scene. Victor recalls attending a bodybuilding show in 1998.
- “Advance Australia Fair” by Peter Dodds McCormick (00:16:00): Victor forms a professional connection to athlete Marion Jones. The track is featured during an Olympics sequence. Australia’s national anthem plays briefly.
- “What Is Hip?” by Tower of Power (00:26:00): Victor discusses his music career. The Untold: Hall of Shame soundtrack song accompanies a transition scene. Victor talks about the various bands he played with.
- “The Gold Cup” by Al Hazan feat. Rod Lowell (01:13:00): Victor discusses his legacy. The closed captioning incorrectly identifies the track as “It’s All in the Game” by Tommy Edwards. The tune scores the epilogue sequence.
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Netflix released Untold: Hall of Shame on August 15, 2023.
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