The Reptile soundtrack includes music by Evie Sands, The Bangles and Bob Dylan. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Grant Singer’s 2023 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Reptile stars Benicio del Toro as Tom Nichols, a detective who investigates a murder case. Justin Timberlake co-stars as Will Grady, a corrupt real estate agent. The storyline follows Tom as he uncovers a conspiracy involving his closest companions. Composer Yair Elazar Glotman (All Quiet on the Western Front) scored the 136-minute Netflix film; music supervisor Jonathan Watkins (Sicario) selected the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in Reptile.
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Reptile Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2023 Netflix Movie
- “Angel of the Morning” by Evie Sands (00:00:00): The Reptile soundtrack song scores the opening sequence. Will works outside his home. The music plays again at 00:03:00 and 01:20:00.
- “This Can’t Be True” by Eddie Holman (00:08:00): Robert (Eric Bogosian) hangs out with Wally. Music plays from a restaurant’s speaker system. Tom arrives with Judy (Alicia Silverstone).
- “The Oogum Boogum Song” by Brenton Wood (00:38:00): Tom talks to Judy. The track is featured as his phone’s ring tone. The music plays again at 00:52:00, 01:17:00 and 01:56:00.
- “Belong to Heaven” by Cass McCombs (01:00:00): The Reptile soundtrack song accompanies an interior scene. Will visits a bar. He talks to two women.
- “Baby” by Brandy (01:07:00): Tom attends a house party. Music plays from a speaker system. Tom talks to Wally about female guests.
- “What’s the Difference” by Marshall Mathers, Xzibit, Melvin Bradford, Charles Aznavour, Stephon Cunningham, Richard Bembery and Richard S. Vick (01:36:00): Wally talks to Tom. He recites lyrics from the Reptile soundtrack song. Wally references the musician Dr. Dre.
- “Drivers Seat” by Sniff ‘n’ the Tears (01:44:00): Robert hosts a birthday party. Music plays from an outdoors speaker system. Robert greets Judy.
- “Eternal Flame” by The Bangles (01:47:00): A birthday party continues. Tom stands outside Robert’s home. He stares at Judy.
- “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” by Bob Dylan (02:04:00): Tom shoots Wally. He refuses to “finish it.” The track scores the film’s final moments and end credits.
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The Reptile soundtrack also includes:
- “Joe’s Been A-Getting’ There” by Dirt Heel Music
- “Outta Country” by Adam Hood
- “Cups Up” by Stocks McGuire
- “Forensic Files Theme” by Courtroom Television Network LLC
- “You Can Do Magic” by America
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