Director Taika Waititi is back to continue his colourful and humorous take on Thor with his new film Thor: Love and Thunder.


Where the earlier film leaned primarily on Led Zeppelin's Immigrant Song in its most impactful moments, Love and Thunder has a much more eclectic line-up of retro tunes and bringing it closer in line with James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy - who appropriately feature in the new outing.

Fans can expect metal anthems from the likes of Guns N' Roses, whose Sweet Child O' Mine was used in Love and Thunder's trailer, along with more surprising inclusions such as ABBA, Enya and Mary J Blige.

However, one artist who does not feature is recent Stranger Things sweetheart Kate Bush - despite Waititi's original plans to do so.

He told NME: "Before Stranger Things! Yeah, there were a bunch of Kate Bush songs I wanted to have in there. We were gonna have ‘This Woman’s Work’, which was gonna be great for [a scene with] Natalie Portman’s character. There was actually gonna be a lot of ABBA in the film as well…"

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So, scroll on for a full list of all 12 songs in the Thor: Love and Thunder soundtrack, which we've compiled so you can easily make your own themed playlist after watching the film.

Thor: Love and Thunder soundtrack

The following songs feature in the Thor: Love and Thunder soundtrack.

  • Only Time - Enya
  • Welcome To The Jungle - Guns N’ Roses
  • Paradise City - Guns N’ Roses
  • Old Spice Sea Chanty - Ginger Johnson
  • Fighting - Michael Raphael
  • Our Last Summer - ABBA
  • Family Affair - Mary J. Blige
  • Sweet Child O’ Mine - Guns N’ Roses
  • Goodies - Ciara
  • Hey Ninny-Nonny - Taika Waititi
  • November Rain - Guns N’ Roses
  • Rainbow In The Dark - Dio

So, there is more than plenty when it comes to songs to hear from Taika Waititi and co in Thor: Love and Thunder - even if they aren't Kate Bush's Running Up That Hill.

Thor: Love and Thunder is out now in cinemas – watch the previous Thor films and more Marvel favourites on Disney Plus. Sign up now for £79.90 for a year or £7.99 a month.

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