All You Need To Know About The 7 Songs From Avengers: End Game Soundtrack
How often did you find yourself in the middle of an Avengers movie and had yourself confused as to what the song was all about? It may not be possible to Shazam a song in the middle of a movie hall, and at times you may completely forget about the same. Avengers: End Game ended its saga yesterday at the cinemas, MCU is done with Phase 3. But many of the fans were wondering more than anything, about the soundtrack of End Game. So there’s all we know so far.
The End Game featured solid Rock from the ’70s
the ’80s. Here are the songs:
1. “Dear Mr.Fantasy” by Traffic:
This 1967 song served when the opening credits flash. This is a very important decade for Marvel, Iron Man was introduced into the comic universe in 1963 and got his own series in 1968.
2. “Supersonic Rocket Ship” by The Kinks
The Hulk and Rocket sitting in the back of the truck headed to New Asgard.
3. “Doom And Gloom” by The Rolling Stones
Before the Avengers suit up for the Quantum Realm, we hear this song.
4. “Come And Get Your Love” by Redbone
This song was assigned to Peter Quill in Guardians of the Galaxy. It again found its place in Endgame. The heroes, as they travel back to 2014, Peter is having his solo dance party.
5. “Hey Lawdy Mama” by Steppenwolf
As Iron Man and Captain America headed to New Jersey in 1970, we hear this song.
6. “It’s Been a Long, Long Time” by Harry James and His Orchestra
As Captain America’s story finishes in Endgame, as we see him and Peggy Carter, dance to this song.
7. “The Rubberband Man” by The Spinners
This callback to Avengers: Infinity War, when the Guardians arrive, you hear this song.