The Bear Soundtrack: List of All Songs from the Show

Loved Watching Bear Series and now wondering about the list of songs it had in it? Well, we have got you covered as we bring you the complete Soundtrack of Bear TV Show.

For kitchen lovers, the new Hulu series ‘The Bear’ is going to hit home. The series has enough anxiety and fast-paced movement that every bit of humor dialed in hits.

The characters in this show are layered and resourceful, each one from the leads to the supporting cast brings something to the story.

The ecosystem of the series is balanced by Jeremy’s sullenness, Ebon’s erratic but lovable behavior, and Matty Matheson, an absolute natural-the secret spice who delivered some of the funniest dialogue ever.

The Bear Soundtrack

Every series, as we all know, has a soundtrack, and this one is no different. The soundtrack was played throughout, from intense scenes to humorous ones. Want to know which song you should include in your cooking playlist? then continue reading.

1. New Noise By Refused

Though this song was released 15 years ago, still the band members were ahead of their time! From the sound to their haircut, bands would draw influence from this for a decade and spawn a whole new scene.

2. Old Engine Oil By The Budos Band

Play this at 6 a.m. on a Monday morning and no one will be mad at you. Sounds like an experiment, doesn’t it? Well, the song is upbeat.

3. Don’t Blame Steve

The song’s lyrics hit harder than a truck. “Don’t blame me for falling in love with you. I’m under your spell, but how can I help it. Don’t blame me.”

4. Via Chicago By Wilco

The way Wilco’s voice breaks, in the end, is breathtaking. When the chaos becomes synchronized and Jeff yells “I haven’t gone too far” may be the greatest musical moment of the ’90s.

5. Animal By Pearl Jam

It’s really incredible that a song with so few lyrics can carry so much meaning, these guys should capture an emotion.

6. Rocco And His Brothers By Mi Loco Tango

7. Ajai Finale By Kenny Segal & Serengeti

This song has profound meanings even if it appears to be more of a story than music.

8. Black Venom By The Budos Band

The song’s title is perfect for fake friends, haha! This music shifts your mental image.

9. Ballbreaker By (AC/DC) Cover

The vocals in this song are quite straightforward yet cool at the same time.

10. Have You Seen Me Lately (Live Version) By Counting Crows

All the misinterpretations of Adam, thanks to his sudden fame when A&EA came out, and how messed up it was. This is what music should be. Heart and soul wrapped up in an assortment of chords and phrases.

11. Saint Dominic’s Preview By Van Morrison

That pedal steel guitar is amazing and adds a spiritual tone to this masterpiece. It just takes you to another world.

12. Saints By The Breeders

Just pure rock! The mix is on point and the production is honest. It takes you back to a time when rock radio was pumping out real and good, and really good stuff.

13. In Too Deep By Genesis

This song is the most moving pop song of the 1980s, about monogamy and commitment. There are certain 80s songs that give an overwhelmingly painful and bittersweet sense of nostalgia. This is definitely one of them.

14. Oh My Heart By R.E.M.

One of the most underrated R.E.M. songs. This melodic manner with which the music coalesces with Stipe’s incredible singing is unrivaled.

15. One Fine Day By David Byrne & Brian Eno

People throw around the word genius too much, in the case of David Byrne though, that’s the only word that comes to mind.

16. Help Me, Rhonda By The Beach Boys

The Beach Boys are so great that they are a part of American history. The Beach Boys usually have a similar sound, but it’s a sound you never get tired of hearing.

17. Loved By You By KIRBY

We can’t understand how someone like KIRBY isn’t a mainstream artist.

18. Check It Out By John Mellencamp

The fiddle and accordion in Mellencamp’s music are one of the best sounds in all pop music. And the guitarists in his music are also tasteful and interesting, too, like the Fender at the close of this one.

19. Wish I Was By Kim Deal

“Are You Mine? Are you mine? Are you my baby? I have no mind For nothing…”

20. Da Doo Ron Ron By The Crystals

If this song doesn’t get you moving, you don’t have a pulse. La La Brooks’ lead vocals on this track are not to be believed.

21. Sisyphus By Andrew Bird

Everything about this song is spot on, musically and lyrically. It’s got intelligent lyrics, an interesting chord progression, a good melody, and lead vocals plus a nice harmony vocal plus a whistle intro and solo.

22. Impossible Germany By Wilco

This solo is the most goosebump-inducing thing to ever hear. Listening to this in the middle of a lightning storm can absolutely give the feels.

23. Call The Police By LCD Soundsystem

This song is less electronic and has more rock vibes. This is how good-high quality music should be played and heard.

24. Beat City By The FLowerpot Men

The blending of this song and the Ferrari gateway scene is aesthetically and philosophically hilarious and stunning.

25. Peace Blossom Boogy By Babe Rainbow

These guys really capture the feel of the 1960s psychedelia rock videos.

26. Aphasia By The Budos Band

This whole album could be a soundtrack to a 1970s cop drama.

27. Last Train Home By John Mayer

When John Mayer is back with his long hair, you already know the album’s going to be epic. He’s been producing music for years and never seems like he wants to stop.

28. Chicago (Demo) By Sufjan Stevens

The fact that there is no drum, the overdubbed vocals, beating acoustic guitar, and the overdriven keys, all make sense.

29. Spiders (Kidsmoke) By Wilco

Ah! The motorically-challenged guitar stylings of Jeff Tweedy. He does play great squiggle.

30. Homicide By 999

Homicide is an all-time favorite. 999 and the Biggest Prize/Tour in Sport bring back some great memories.

31. Sashimi By Serengeti

32. Let Down By Radiohead

This sound is miraculously uplifting, yet at the same time crushingly depressing. Something about the syncopation and the falling high notes in the refrain seems to match the pattern of human crying.

Do you think any of the aforementioned songs would work well on a playlist for cooking? Have you already seen this movie? Don’t forget to let us know in the comments section below.

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