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Red Dead Redemption Film Soundtrack

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Red Dead Redemption

The following songs are in the soundtrack for all editions/versions of the Red Dead Redemption Film. Some are only available in certain editions (that are given to certain special people).

Hank Williams

Cool Water


There's a Tear in My Beer- with Hank Williams, Jr. (after the credits)

There's a Tear in My Beer- Original Version

Jambalaya (On the Bayou) - (Special Edition Version Only)


Johnny Cash

God's Gonna Cut You Down

Hurt

Johnny Cash Hurt04:03

Johnny Cash Hurt

Hurt (Music Video) by Johnny Cash. The audio recording of the song is also available in the link above.










Woody Jackson & Bill Elm

All songs from Original Game Soundtrack


Jamie Liddell

Compass (Red Dead On Arrival)

Jose Gonzalez

Far Away

William Elliot Whitmore

Bury Me Not On The Lone Prarie

Ashtar Command

Deadman's Gun

Deadman's Gun - Music Video Version (Special Edition Version Only)

Ed Bruce

The Streets of Laredo

Red Foley

Peace in the Valley (Special Edition Version Only in the Special Features in a montage dedicated to John.)



Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare

The following songs are featured on the soundtrack for the Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare film.

Hank Williams

The Angel of Death (Theme song for the film. It is played a couple more times during the film as well.)

Lonely Tombs


Johnny Cash

Ain't No Grave (Can Hold My Body Down)

The Man Comes Around


Hank Williams, Jr.

All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight


Marty Robbins

Ballad of The Alamo - (played in a new scene where John fights Mexican and "Texican" Zombies at the Alamo)


The Kreeps

Bad Voodo


Woody Jackson & Bill Elm

Original Game Soundtrack


John Debney

End of Days Theme


End Of Days Score - Main Title (HQ)02:57

End Of Days Score - Main Title (HQ)

The Main Theme Song by John Debney from the Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie, End of Days, will be featured In The Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare Film
















Red Dead Redemption: Hunting and Trading (possible film)

The following songs might appear in the planned film, Red Dead Redemption: Hunting and Trading.

Johnny Cash

The Streets of Laredo



Hank Williams

I'll Fly Away

My Bucket's Got A Hole In It




Woody Jackson & Bill Elm

Original Game Soundtrack



Red Dead Redemption: Gunslingers (possible film)

The following songs might appear in the planned film, Red Dead Redemption: Gunslingers.

Johnny Cash

Don't Take Your Guns To Town


A Boy Named Sue


Hank Williams

I Saw The Light


Woody Jackson & Bill Elm

Original Game Soundtrack


Johnny Horton

My Bucket's Got A Hole In It


Red Dead Redemption: The Fume (possible film)

(list still pending)




The songs above are used in the films for Red Dead Redemption (all films besides Red Dead Redemption and Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare and Red Dead Redemption: The Fume are special features unless you happen to get the Special Edition Copy or the Myths and Mavericks Edition Copy which will be emailed and given away to certain people. The Special Edition version will have all the films besides Red Dead Redemption in the special features and the Myths and Mavericks version will include all of them along with Red Dead Redemption.) You are welcome to comment below on how you feel about the choice of songs that I picked for the film. Before any of you think I'm trying to turn it into a musical, I want to tell you that I added several NEW SCENES to the film so I added more music to go with some of the new scenes.

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