With The Defenders finally out on Netflix, we also got an official release of the soundtrack. The soundtrack was composed by John Paesano, who has also worked on both seasons of Daredevil and the upcoming monster sequel Pacific Rim Uprising. Those that are interested can already purchase it digitally via Amazon with the following tracklist:

  1. The Defenders Main Title (1:18)
  2. Allies Aren’t Alone (3:42)
  3. Terminal (2:39)
  4. Tailing Jones (2:44)
  5. Board Room (5:36)
  6. Our Weapon (3:27)
  7. Aliasing (1:54)
  8. Chinese Drive Through (1:35)
  9. Restaurant Fight (2:35)
  10. Alexandra (3:59)
  11. Old Friends (2:49)
  12. A Bone to Pick (2:32)
  13. Kung Fu Party (3:45)
  14. Protect My City (5:36)
  15. The Defenders (5:04)

Each series so far featured a unique soundtrack. Iron Fist went for a rather surprising route with a more techno-based song list, while Jessica Jones focused on jazz to highlight its noir aesthetics. One of the biggest standouts was Luke Cage. Showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker wanted to make sure that the music was an integral part of the show to represent Harlem. Being the crossover that it is, The Defenders tried to combine the different elements in a way that still made it stand on its own.

What did you think of the soundtrack? Which one was your favorite?

Source: FilmMusicReporter, Amazon

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