‘The Adam Project’ Soundtrack : Here’s Your Guide to the Nostalgic Playlist

‘The Adam Project’ Soundtrack : Here’s Your Guide to the Nostalgic Playlist

Netflix’s recent sci-fi adventurous film, The Adam Project soundtrack has included some of the famous, includes iconic 60s & 70s musicians and their music track to highlight the significant moments of the film.

The adventure film has some of the best stars from the industry, including Ryan Reynolds, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner, Walker Scobell, Catherine Keener, and Zoe Saldana. The plot develops around a time-traveler pilot, who embarks on a journey to save the future. With the classic plot, the film takes us to three different years, including 2050, 2022, and 2018. The soundtrack from the film mostly features throwback songs, helping the audience to connect to scenes. Due to time travel, the film features a popular soundtrack from the 60s and 70s.

Levy has done an amazing job to make The Adam Project a wholesome project. It includes witty jokes, intense fight scenes, adventure, time travel, a star-studded cast, and a brilliant soundtrack.

Musicians like Pete Townshend, Led Zeppelin, and Boston featured in the film, and their songs are surprisingly used throughout the film. The song Let My Love Open The Door by Pete Townshend is used throughout the film, by young Adam and adult Adam, because it was their father’s favorite song.

Now, let’s discuss the soundtrack from The Adam Project, which helps us to connect to the film in a more emotional way.

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Gimme Some Lovin

Gimme Some Lovin by Spencer Davis Group plays in the film when adult Adam flies through the sky of 2050 in a spaceship and enters a wormhole while chased down by an enemy group.

Let My Love Open The Door

Let My Love Open The Door by Pete Townshend, is Adam’s father’s favorite song. Both young Adam and adult Adam bonded over their father’s favorite song.

Good Times Bad Times

Good Times Bad Times by Led Zeppelin- this soundtrack is used in the film when Sorian try to capture Adam and want to take him back to 2050. But his wife, Laura, comes to their rescue.

Foreplay/Longtime

Foreplay/Longtime by Boston played when the film’s most intense fight begins. The fight between adult Adam, younger Adam, their dad, and Sorian.

Time to add these songs to your playlist and continue the 60s-70s vibes throughout your day!

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