Netflix The Recruit soundtrack: All songs featured by episode

The Recruit. Noah Centineo as Owen Hendricks in episode 105 of The Recruit. Cr. Philippe Bossé/Netflix © 2022
The Recruit. Noah Centineo as Owen Hendricks in episode 105 of The Recruit. Cr. Philippe Bossé/Netflix © 2022 /

Are you looking for something fast-paced and entertaining to watch this holiday season? Check out The Recruit starring Noah Centineo, on Netflix. With just eight episodes in its first season, The Recruit is the perfect way to spend a weekend, especially for those who are fans of spy thrillers like Alias, Nikita, Chuck, and Jack Ryan.

Centineo stars as, you guessed it, a new recruit at the CIA, but there’s a slight twist on the usual formula. His character, Owen Hendricks, isn’t a field agent but a lawyer. Of course, that doesn’t stop Owen from diving headfirst into a seemingly endless chain of dangerous situations and consistently biting off way more than he can chew.

The series also has a great soundtrack that includes an original score by Jordan Gagne and a mixture of hit songs by artists like Nelly, Doja Cat, Reignwolf, and more. Below you can find out which songs are featured in the show in order of episode.

The Recruit soundtrack

Jordan Gagne scored the music in Netflix’s The Recruit, but some songs are also included in the show, and we’ve compiled a guide to all the songs used below!

The Recruit episode 1 songs

  • Owen sings some lyrics from “I Knew You Were Trouble” by Taylor Swift
  • “Hot In Herre” by Nelly
  • “Woman” by Doja Cat
  • “Shamkha Alkama” by Alyoungofficial
  • “Eyes To The Sky” by OKENYO
  • “Why Not?” by Lou CharLe$
  • “the ground below (feat. Royal Blood) [Royal Jewels Mix]” by Run The Jewels

The Recruit episode 2 songs

  • “Город под подошвой” by Oxxxymiron
  • “Knock Me Out” by Vintage Trouble
  • ”Grime” by Cecil Otter

The Recruit episode 3 songs

  • “Think About It (feat. Celly)” by ePP
  • “Falling” by Craig Grant & Phinisey
  • “Turn up the Temperature” by Spilt Milk
  • “You and I” by Stella Mwangi
  • “Kasi” by VAN & Kasbah Rockers
  • “The Day Is My Enemy (Caspa Remix)” by The Prodigy

The Recruit episode 4 songs

  • “Knockout” by Noga Erez
  • “Draw Down the Moon” by Foxing
  • “Get Down On It” by Kool & The Gang
  • “On 10” by Kayla Rae
  • “Oh!” by The Linda Lindas
  • “WAR” by Idles
  • “Until We Both Get Bored (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)” by Zander Hawley

The Recruit episode 5 songs

  • “Shining All Night” by Alex Nova, Tom Griffiths, Adam Zapel & Dayeaux
  • “Calico Sunrise” by Pageants
  • “Show Em’ What You Got” by Thea Stone & The Town Hall
  • “Hopeful” by Curtis Harding

The Recruit episode 6 songs

  • Shame” by Bad Bad Hats
  • “Gold” by James Barre
  • “We’re On Fire” by Tatiana Owens
  • “See Me Then” by RDGLDGRN

The Recruit episode 7 songs

  • “C’est bon” by Dead Obies
  • “Fantasy” by Romane
  • Song when Max & Owen sleep together – TBA

The Recruit episode 8 songs

  • “Over & Over” by Reignwolf
  • “50%” by Bøngbøng E.V.
  • “Rabbit In Your Headlights (feat. Thom Yorke)” by UNKLE

The Recruit premieres early Friday morning on December 16, 2022, and we’re sure it will help Netflix leave 2022 with a bang. I wouldn’t be surprised if the show nabbed the top spot on Netflix’s top ten chart within a few days of airing.

Besides Noah Centineo, the series also stars Fivel Stewart, Laura Haddock, Daniel Quincy Annoh, Vondie Curtis-Hall, Kristian Bruun, and Colton Dunn. Will you be checking out the series this weekend? If you already have, what are your favorite songs featured?

The Recruit is now streaming on Netflix.

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