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All the songs in Netflix horror

Choose or die finally premiered on Netflix, and the new horror movie is one of the better Netflix movies to come out this year! With sex education Actors Asa Butterfield, Iola Evans and Eddie Marsan, with a cameo voiceover by Robert Englund.

Evans plays Kayla, a broke college dropout and programmer who struggles to take care of her mother and make ends meet. Her best friend Isaac (Butterfield) is a fellow programmer with a penchant for collecting items from the 1980s.

Kayla finds an old computer game in Isaac’s collection and realizes that the $125,000 price offer hasn’t been picked up. Thinking she can beat the game and get the money, she plays the game only to find the stakes are far more serious than she could have ever imagined.

Netflix Soundtrack “Choose or Die”.

That Choose or die The soundtrack uses a great mix of current and retro 1980s songs, generally mixing rap, hip-hop, synth-pop, and alternative melodies to create a compelling musical blend.

Here are all the songs included in it Choose or die

  • “West” by Ivy Soul
  • “Song 32” by Noname
  • It’s Like That by Jason Nevins and Run-DMC
  • “Nothing’s Gonna Hurt You Baby” by Cigarettes After Sex
  • “Are ‘Friends’ Electric?” by Tubeway Army

Some of the film’s best musical moments include some of the early scenes where we were introduced to Kayla’s character as she performed Ivy Soul’s “West” and later Noname’s “Song 32”. Perhaps one of the film’s most resonant songs is “Nothing’s Gonna Hurt You Baby,” which becomes symbolic of Isaac and Kayla’s relationship. I won’t say more to avoid spoilers.

The Run DMC song is only briefly played on the radio in one scene, but the group is mentioned a few times and becomes a running gag for our two protagonists. The final showdown between Kayla and the “Boss” begins with the Tubeway Army song “Are ‘Friends’ Electric?”.

electricity Choose or die currently on Netflix.

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Aila Slisco

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