The WandaVision Soundtrack Travels Through Time With The Show

The WandaVision Soundtrack Travels Through Time With The Show

  • WandaVision comes with the full package: Marvel mystery, spot-on sitcom weirdness, and an always era-appropriate soundtrack.
  • With catchy original themes, a perfect fit of a score, and genius needle drops, the show’s music works, basically, to perfection.
  • We’ll be tracking all the songs from episode to episode right here.

    Music might not be the first thing you think about when you’re gearing up to enter superhero mode, but it can go a long way to making a scene super memorable. WandaVision, with its time-traveling sitcom premise (if you’d dare to call it that) comes complete with music that just sounds right. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has never slouched when counting great musical moments; both Guardians of the Galaxy movies are practically built around their in-world “mixtapes,” and Captain Marvel has more than a handful of absolutely iconic ’90s needle drops just for good measure.

    WandaVision, already, is keeping pace; the show’s third episode comes to a stunning and shocking conclusion, aided in its memorability by The Monkees’ “Daydream Believer.” The fourth episode, accordingly, closes on a shot of Wanda Maximoff as Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child” plays. Fitting. Inspired.

    Disney is releasing official WandaVision soundtracks the week after episodes air, including the incredibly catchy theme songs by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (who have previously done original music for Frozen, Avenue Q, and The Book of Mormon), and the original music by Christophe Beck.

    elizabeth olsen as wanda maximoff and paul bettany as vision in marvel studios' wandavision exclusively on disney photo courtesy of marvel studios ©marvel studios 2021 all rights reserved

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    However, there’s more to the show’s music than just that. While WandaVision‘s commitment to the sitcom bit remains incredibly strong (and is perfectly aided by the above weekly contributions), there are moments when more familiar music aids the show as well. We can’t say we ever expected Paul Bettany‘s android superhero Vision to be singing The Coasters’ annoyingly-catchy 1958 hit “Yakety Yak” in black-and-white during a wacky sitcom dinner scene, but it happened, and it ruled.

    In the meantime, we’re going to keep this story and list updated as each WandaVision episode is released. The original music for each episode won’t be released until the following week, but we’ll keep you up to date with any pop music—like “Yakety Yak” or “Daydream Believer”—that finds its way into this wavy sitcom version of the MCU.

    Before every episode (and every Marvel Studios property):

    Marvel Studios Fanfare

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    Throughout the series (usually over closing credits):

    “Wanda’s Theme (End Credits from WandaVision)” – Christophe Beck

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    Episode 1 “Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience”

    “Yakety Yak” – The Coasters (Also performed in the show by Paul Bettany)

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    “Old Macdonald Had a Farm” – Just an Old Song (Performed in the show by Paul Bettany)

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    “A Newlywed Couple” – Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (Episode 1 theme)

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    “Toast-Mate 2000” – Christophe Beck

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    “Dinner Is Served” – Christophe Beck

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    “Calendar Confusion” – Christophe Beck

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    “Frog In My Throat” – Christophe Beck

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    “Thank You For Coming” – Christophe Beck

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    “Parcheesi” – Christophe Beck

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    “Rings” – Christophe Beck

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    Episode 2 “Don’t Touch That Dial”

    “WandaVision!” – Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (Episode 2 theme)

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    “Rehearsal” – Christophe Beck

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    “Unwelcome Visitor” – Christophe Beck

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    “Strucker” – Christophe Beck

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    “Giddy Up” – Christophe Beck

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    “Beekeeper” – Christophe Beck

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    “Exit Stage Left” – Christophe Beck

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