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Guardians of the Galaxy vol3 Soundtracks


The Guardians of the Galaxy are Marvel's most colorful productions. In this series, which reflects James Gunn's spirit, we not only witness a visual feast but also enjoy a film series that delights our ears. As always, James Gunn has chosen great songs for this movie. The previous films had music from Peter, who left Earth in 1988. That's why the 70s and 80s music were dominant in the first two films. Star-Lord (Peter Quill), who came to Earth during Infinity War and Endgame, had discovered new music until the 2000s and then returned to space. In this movie, we also listen to great music. It is evident that the songs he chose reflect his longing for Earth and his family.


"Creep (Acoustic)" by Radiohead (1993)In the opening sequence, it is playing during the Knowhere scene.







"Crazy on You" by Heart (1975) – It is playing when Adam Warlock flies to Knowhere and attacks Rocket Raccoon.





"Since You've Been Gone" by Rainbow (1979) – Rocket is injured and The Guardians of the Galaxy are trying to save him during the scene where the song is playing. This song was also featured in the trailer.



"In The Meantime" by Spacehog (1995) – This song is playing during the scene where The Guardians of the Galaxy are trying to infiltrate the Orgoscope. It was also featured in the December 2022 trailer.




"Reasons" by Earth, Wind & Fire (1975) – It plays during the scene where Groot is fighting in the Orgoscope.






"Do You Realize??" by The Flaming Lips (2002) – We hear this song as The Guardians of the Galaxy travel to the Counter-Earth.






"We Care a Lot" by Faith No More (1985) – This song plays when they arrive on Counter-Earth.






"Koinu no Carnival (From Minute Waltz)" by Ehamic (2018)This song plays on the radio of the car that Peter, Nebula, and Groot ride in as they go to the High Evolutionary.




"I'm Always Chasing Rainbows" by Alice Cooper (1976) – It plays in the Bowie (the spaceship). Rocket is in a coma, and The Guardians of the Galaxy have gone to the High Evolutionary.




"San Francisco" by The Mowgli's (2012) – This song plays when Gamora is flying Bowie. In that scene, Bowie is forced to land and nearly crushes Groot and Peter.





"Poor Girl" by X (1983) – This song plays during the gambling scene at Knowhere.







"This Is the Day" by The The (1983) – This song plays during the scene where the Guardians of the Galaxy go to rescue Nebula, Mantis, and Drax from High Evolutionary.




"No Sleep Till Brooklyn" by Beastie Boys (1986) – This song plays during the battle sequence at High Evolutionary's.






"Dog Days Are Over" by Florence + the Machine (2008) – Everyone gathers in the square at Knowhere for one last celebration. Even Drax dances in this scene.




"I Will Dare" by The Replacements (1984) – It plays during the Credits.







"Come and Get Your Love" by Redbone (1974) – Rocket plays this song in one of his missions. He says he wants to play a song that everyone knows. This song can also be considered as the final word in the script. The second song played in the series is also the second-to-last song of the series.

"Badlands" by Bruce Springsteen (1978) – It's the last song. It plays just before the after-credits scene, as a reference to the time when Peter was born.





 

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