The soundtrack from Kong: Skull Island, a 2017 Movie, tracklist, listen to all the 11 full soundtrack songs, play 24 full OST music & 1 trailer tracks. View who sings all the songs, additional tunes playlist, and credits used in the movie. Read scene descriptions after the film plays at the cinema.
Song credits – Additional film music – songs that are not included in the official soundtrack list, but are playing in the movie. Listen to full songs (where available)
1. Time Has Come Today – The Chambers Brothers 2. Mat Troi Den – Minh Xuân 3. White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane 4. Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress) – The Hollies 5. Down On The Street – The Stooges 6. Paranoid – Black Sabbath 7. Brother – Jorge Ben Jor 8. Bad Moon Rising – Creedence Clearwater Revival 9. Ziggy Stardust – David Bowie 10. Run Through the Jungle – Creedence Clearwater Revival 11. We’ll Meet Again – Vera Lynn
Kong: Skull Island official OST album tracklist, original motion picture score. Original release date: March 3, 2017 Label: WaterTower Music
Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes Original music composed by Henry Jackman
1. South Pacific 2. The Beach 3. Project Monarch 4. Packard’s Blues 5. Assembling the Team 6. Into the Storm 7. The Island 8. Kong the Destroyer 9. Monsters Exist 10. Spider Attack 11. Dominant Species 12. The Temple 13. Grey Fox 14. Kong the Protector 15. Marlow’s Farewell 16. Lost 17. The Boneyard 18. Ambushed 19. The Heart of Kong 20. Man vs. Beast 21. Creature from the Deep 22. The Battle of Skull Island 23. King Kong 24. Monster Mash (Bonus Track)
Listen to the full score songs from Kong: Skull Island in a playlist
Kong: Skull Island Film information Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy Release date (wide): 10 March 2017 Runtime: 2h
I just got done watching this movie on BluRay in 7.1 Dolby Atmos. What amazes me is that they actually remix a lot of these songs and surround sound. The Credence and Black Sabbath Paranoid tracks were quite amazing. I guess these tracks exist somewhere as stand-alone surround mixes. I am a big fan of high-definition music and I know that neither CCR nor Black Sabbath has surround mixes of any of these songs prior to the movie.