Black Mirror Bandersnatch Soundtrack Compilation!

Black Mirror Bandersnatch Soundtrack

Great shows come with great music. In the past, we have seen Black Mirror with some amazing music. So this time, I decided to make a compilation of the best Black Mirror: Bandersnatch Soundtracks. The show is garnering rave reviews for what it has managed to pull off. A complete game changer in my opinion. For those of you out of the loop, Black Mirror is an interactive movie based on choices. If you have tried playing it, you know that the complexity is really high.

Bandersnatch Song Listing Playlist

  • Making Plans for Nigel – XTC
  • Tangerine Dream Love On A Real Train
  • New Life – Depeche Mode
  • Thompson Twins – Hold Me Now (one of the choices on the bus)
  • Kajagoogoo – Too Shy
  • Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
  • Lorenzo Senni’s – The Shape of Trance To Come
  • Laurie Anderson – O Superman
  • Eurythmics – Here Comes The Rain Again (one of the choices on the bus)

The Black Mirror episode was set in the early 80’s with some fantastic songs from that time.  The last time Netflix focused on the 80’s it was in the show ‘Everything sucks’.  I have included the complete playlist with some extra songs to give you the much needed boost.

NOW : The Compilation Album

If you are wondering if the compilation tape exists, then wonder no more as the tape does exist. In UK, an album called “Now” is actually being made. The one featured on Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is the second version the same. The album includes songs from singers like Carmel, Madness, Nena and even Thompson Twins.

Colin’s Playlist : WHSmith

When Colin asks you what music you like, he sends you a set of records from WHSmith. The records do exist in the UK. As you can see most things are from the UK.

The artists featured on Colin’s playlist are –

  1. The Cure
  2. Bauhaus
  3. Tomita
  4. Tangerine Dream

You also get two options from Colin, the records are-

  • Isao Tomita – The Bermuda Triangle
  • Phaedra – Tangerine Dream

I hope I was able to assist you in finding the right music. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask me.



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