The soundtrack from Thor: Ragnarok, a 2017 Movie, tracklist, listen to all the 23 full soundtrack songs, play full OST music & 1 trailer tracks. View who sings all the songs, stream 9 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. Immigrant Song – LED ZEPPELIN [Thor fight scene at the beginning]
2. FRISKY BIZNESS – Michael James Tournier
3. THOR: THE DARK WORLD THEME – Brian Tyler
4. CONCERTO IN D MINOR FOR TWO VIOLINS MVT 2 – J.S. Bach, as arranged by Guido De Gaetano
5. MAIN TITLE (GOLDEN TICKET/PURE IMAGINATION) – Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley
6. HARMONY’S GARDEN – Pierre Arrachart, Rudy Khan and Anton Nevski
7. THE LONELY MAN – Joseph Harnell
8. AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON THEME – Brian Tyler
9. THOR THEMES – Patrick Doyle
Thor: Ragnarok official OST album tracklist, original motion picture score.
Original release date: October 20, 2017
Label: Walt Disney Records
Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes
Listen to the full songs at the end of the playlist
Original music composed by Mark Mothersbaugh
1. Ragnarok Suite
2. Running Short on Options
3. Thor: Ragnarok
4. Weird Things Happen
5. Twilight of the Gods
6. Hela vs. Asgard
7. Where am I?
8. Grandmaster’s Chambers
9. The Vault
10. No One Escapes
11. Arena Fight
12. Where’s the Sword?
14. What Heroes Do
17. The Revolution Has Begun
18. Sakaar Chase
19. Devil’s Anus
20. Asgard Is a People
21. Where To?
22. Planet Sakaar
23. Grandmaster Jam Session
Listen to the full score songs from Thor: Ragnarok in a playlist
Thor: Ragnarok Film information
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy
Release date (wide): 3 November 2017
Runtime: 2h 10min
Grandmaster Jam Session (the last song on the soundtrack album) is the piece of score used during that scene. It doesn’t have quite the same energy without The Grandmaster’s vocals “It’s My Birthday!” and without the fireworks exploding.