The Gentlemen soundtrack: All of the songs featured by episode

Ella Fitzgerald, The Pharcyde, and Delilah Bon are among the talented artists on The Gentlemen soundtrack.

The Gentlemen - Netflix
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The Gentlemen is a Netflix Original series from Guy Ritchie inspired by his 2019 movie of the same name. Viewers will get to meet new larger-than-life characters and witness a wild story unfold. Actors Theo James and Kaya Scodelario star in the leading roles, joined by many notable actors like Daniel Ings, Ray Winstone, Joely Richardson, and Giancarlo Esposito.

Even though it's a show set in modern times (there's an undeniable timeless quality about the show, with a lot of respect to old-school traditions, but everyone has a cell phone), it features lots of music, both old and new.

One of the other critical elements in the show's musical score is opera music. Most of the songs are operatic in nature and The Gentlemen's score was created by British film composer Christopher Benstead. Benstead has previously worked with Guy Ritchie on his movie The Covenant and on the upcoming film The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare.

While watching The Gentlemen, you might recognize some of the songs featured in the eight episodes, or not, either way, we've listed all the main music so you can add the ones that appeal to you most. There aren't as many songs in this one as in some of Netflix's other series, but we've still listed them all here!

  • "Old McDonald" by Ella Fitzgerald - Episode 1 (credits)
  • "I Wish a Bitch Would" by Delilah Bon - Episode 2
  • "Oh Shit" by The Pharcyde - Episode 2
  • "Baddest MF" by Zae - Episode 3
  • "Ride or Die (Hard Mix)" by HI-LO & Eli Brown - Episode 5
  • "Starting Fires" by Lazy Habits - Episode 5
  • "Innocence" by Gabriels - Episode 7
  • "Woohaa" by Kojey Radical - Episode 7
  • "The Lost Soul" by The Handsome Family - Episode 7
  • "Nothing is Safe" by clipping. - Episode 8

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