The famous action series Peacemaker has a captivating soundtrack that adds gravity and a compelling aura to the show. The peacemaker soundtrack ascribes the right feeling to each scene and character. After the mishaps Peacemaker faces in The Suicide Squad, he explores his own journey in this James Gunn’s DC show. And just like other projects in the DCEU, Peacemaker rightly delivers with its soundtrack.
It certainly plays a critical role, as it is embedded in the opening credits, and the glam metal track runs throughout the series. As the Project Butterfly unfolds, the music joins in with the visually-enriching montage to provide the right deliverance. So, if you want to explore the complete playlist of the series, here is an extensive list that will help you right away.
The introduction credits that roll out at the start of each episode features the 2010 song by Wig Wam, “Do You Wanna Taste It.” The song accompanies a choreographed dance number, in which most of the cast members tune in to the song. The song features across all eight episodes of the series.
“A Whole New Whirled” (Episode 1)
As Peacemaker arrives to pick up Eagly and walks out of the taxi, the song that plays is “Welcome To The Church Of Rock And Roll.” It is sung by Foxy Shazam. Later in the episode, the song that plays on the car radio is Nashville Pussy’s “Come On Come On.” At the bar, as he watches Harcourt, the song by Y&T, “Summertime Girls,” makes a crescendo.
The music also changes to “Night of Passion” by The Poodles at the bar. The other song that features in episode one includes The Quireboys, “I Don’t Love You Anymore,” as Butterfly attacks him. The end credits play Tigertailz’s “Love Bomb Baby.”
“Best Friend, For Never” (Episode 2)
The Quireboys “7 o’clock” starts the episode as the Peacemaker navigates with haste across his apartment. The Cruel Intention’s “Borderline Crazy” plays when he escapes with the team after being chased by the police. Firehouse’s “Don’t Treat Me Bad” and Santa Cruz’s “Drag Me Down” are played in the later scenes. The episode also features Antonio Gradanti’s original song “Peacemaker.”
Dust Bowl Jokies “Boots On Boots Off” and John Murphy ft. Ralph Saenz’s “Pumped Up Kicks” is also played later.
“Better Goff Dead” (Episode 3)
As Harcourt and Peacemaker begin to know each other better, the Sister’s song, “Would You Love A Creature,” plays. Vigilante’s unmasking sequence is preceded by the song of Kissin’ Dynamite, “Six Feet Under.” The end credits are accompanied by Bang Camaro’s “Push Push (Lady Lightning).”
“The Choad Less Traveled” (Episode 4)
Vain’s “Beat the Bullet” starts the episode, which is then followed out by Pretty Boy Floyd’s “I Wanna Be With You” in later sequences as Peacemaker examines a jar with the Butterfly, “Jawbreaker” from The Cruel Intentions plays. “House of Pain” by Faster Pussycat plays as Peacemaker comes back to his trailer. The ending credits feature “Enemy in Me” by Vains of Jenna.
“Monkey Dory” (Episode 5)
Sister Sin’s “Fight Song” starts out the series, which is later followed by Hanoi Rocks’ “11th Street Kidzz.” The scene in which Vigilante talks about Economos plays the song by the House of Lords, “The Both of Us.” The other songs are Dogs D’Amour’s “How Come It Never Rains.” Another of Hanoi Rocks’ songs plays in the series, “Fallen Star.” The credits have Dynazty’s song “The Human Paradox.”
“Burn After Reading” (Episode 6)
Enuff Z’Nuff’s song “New Thing plays out at the start, followed by Aqua’s song in the ringtone of Vigilante, “Barbie Girl.” Reckless Love’s song, “Monster,” features Sophie Song’s montage, and later “Home Sweet Home” piano version, which is played by John Cena, accompanies the scene. The ending credits have Lita Ford’s song, “Kiss Me Deadly.”
“Stop Dragon My Heart Around” (Episode 7)
The piano version of the song, “Home Sweet Home,” which was played in episode 6, runs again. The Wig Wam’s song, “In My Dreams,” appears in the episode. Kix’s song “Don’t Close Your Eyes” runs in the car, and Hardline’s song “Hot Cherie” is played when the team is on the road. “By the Grace of God,” a song by The Hellacopters, plays later in the episode, with the ending credits playing another of Pretty Boy Floyd’s song, “Set the Night on Fire.”
“It’s Cow Or Never” (Episode 8)
Street Panther’s song begins the eighth episode, “If you Really Really Love Me.” Wig Wam’s song, which features in the opening credits, “Do YaWanna Taste It,” plays in the episode. “Apologies,” a song by The Last Vegas, plays when Adebayo exposes Amanda Waller. Hardcore Superstar is ending song features in the credits that are, “You Can’t Kill My Rock ‘N Roll.”