Every 90s Track From The Midnight Club Explored
The Midnight Club soundtrack is packed with ’90s throwbacks and nostalgic anthems as creator Mike Flanagan sets a retro tone for his latest Netflix horror series.
Each episode of the Netflix original features music that conveys and further enhances the mood and underscores this terminally ill emotional story.
Which songs from the past actually appear on The Midnight Club soundtrack?
Midnight Club preview and release date
Flanagan’s latest series hits our screens and hits Netflix on October 7, 2022.
The series stars Iman Benson as the main character Ilonka, a teenage girl recently diagnosed with a terminal illness who has decided to spend the rest of her life at Brightcliffe Hospice. It is in Brightcliffe that Ilonka makes friends with her terminally ill peers and finds herself part of the illusive Midnight Club.
The teenagers gather at the stroke of midnight to swap scary stories and try to scare each other, encountering more than they bargained for when they discover a diary from the past that details rituals and bloody sacrifices.
The series also stars Igby Rigney as Kevin, Ruth Codd as Anya, Annarah Cymone as Sandra, William Chris Sumpter as Spencer, Adie as Cheri, Sauriyan Sapkota as Amesh and Ayi Furukaw as Natsuki.
Midnight Club soundtrack
In each episode of the coming-of-age horror series, the soundtrack features a variety of anthems, classic 90s tunes and 21st century covers. The songs they contain are:
Episode 1 | The last chapter
- CONNECTED Stereo MC
- Interstate Love Song by Stone Temple Pilots
- Insane in the Brain by Cypress Hill
- Don’t Stop at The Math Club ft. The Grand Pub
- Your Love Is Taking Me Over By SK Project ft. Robert Gilliam
- Shine by Collective Soul
- Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming by John McCormack
- You’re All I Need To Get By by Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
- Sitta Mast by Harvey Danger
2nd part | Two Danes
- Acid & Strobe by Tosch
- Glycerin from Bush
- No Rain by Blind Melon
Part 3 | Evil heart
- Joey by Concrete Blonde
- Starry Eyes by Audio Jane
- Heartbreaker by The Math Club & Fatlip
- Bound For The Floor by Local H
- Take a picture according to the filter
4th part| give me a kiss
- These spells from Seven Simons
- Ordinary World by Duran Duran
- Creepin by Deja Old Skool
5th part| See you later
- Tonight In The Moonlight by the Morrie Morrison Orchestra
- Whatta Man by Salt-N-Pepa ft. En Vogue
- Mic Check by Rory Hoy ft. DJ Angelo
- Step Up by Fatbella
- Baby I Know by Audio Jane
- Hands of Time by Groove Armada
- Can’t Stop Me From Dying by Ada Leo
6th part| Witch
- Loud Street by Pot Valiant
- Got You (Where I Want You) by The Flys
- A story to tell from Navarre
- What Flava bad influence
- My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It) by En Vogue
7th part| Anya
- Glycerin from Bush
- Good Riddance by Green Day (performed by Cheri)
- Seasons in the Sun by Terry Jacks
8th part| Road to nowhere
- Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm by Crash Test Dummies
- Wave of Mutilation (UK Surf) by The Pixies
- Pretend we’re dead since L7
- Fell on Black Days by Soundgarden
Episode 9| Eternal enemy
- Drink Til We Sound Like by Funkdoobiest
- Creep by TLC
- Set Adrift to Memory Bliss by PM Dawn
- Groove Is in the Heart by Deee-Lite
- Gotta Be… Movin’ On Up by PM Dawn
10th part| Midnight
- Hold My Hand by Hootie and the Blowfish
- Gambling by Richard Marx
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