Jason Momoa stars in his second Netflix Original, after Frontier, to play Ray Cooper in Brian Andrew Mendoza’s action film Sweet Girl.

As Cooper dodges the authorities and embarks on a thrilling pursuit of revenge to avenge his terminally ill wife’s death, Pittsburgh is the grungy backdrop to the action and there are also a few well-known hits implemented in the film’s soundtrack.

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Sweet Girl Score

  • Sweet Girl’s original score was composed by Steven Price.

Price is known for his popular soundtracks heard in 2013’s Gravity, starring Sandra Bullock, 2011’s Attack the Block, 2017’s Baby Driver, and a host of David Attenborough documentaries.

Price’s score is racing, dramatic, and emotionally fuelled in its more somber notes, perfectly illustrating Cooper’s high-octane pursuits and the grief that fuels his motives.

As reported by Film Music Reporter, Maisie Music Publishing released the original score to Sweet Girl on August 20, which is available to stream or download from various digital platforms including Amazon.

The original songs composed for Sweet Girl by Price include:

  • I’m Part Of You
  • Memories That Shape Us
  • To Quietly Pass Me By
  • I Had a Dream Last Night
  • Quickly and Quietly
  • It Runs If You’re Asking
  • Say Your Name
  • I Just Need Names
  • Heading To The Diner
  • I Have To Do This Alone
  • Rachel
  • The Ambulance
  • Now The Work Begins
  • My Turn To Steal It
  • It Ends With You
  • How Much Is A Life Worth
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Well-Known Songs from the Sweet Girl Soundtrack

In addition to Price’s original score, there are a few popular hits to color the Sweet Girl action.

  • Sweet Child of Mine by Guns n’ Roses
  • And It’s Still Alright by Nathaniel Rateliff
  • Leave My Head Alone Brain by Henrik Schwarz
  • Day After Tomorrow by Tom Waits
  • The End of the World by Sharon Van Etten
  • The River by Adam Townsend

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