What's On The Guardians Of The Galaxy Voume 2 Soundtrack?

25 April 2017, 10:32 | Updated: 19 September 2017, 18:29

Guardians Of The Galaxy Volume 2 Soundtrack reveal

The "Awesome Mix" from the original movie soundtrack was pretty good... now the sequel features ELO, Fleetwood Mac, George Harrison and more...

Guardians Of The Galaxy have dropped the tracklist for the soundtrack to their upcoming sequel.

The second instalment of the popular Marvel franchise - which debuts in UK cinemas this month - has shared the "setlist" for its Vol.2 mixtape, which includes the likes of ELO's Mr. Blue Sky and George Harrisson's My Sweet Lord. 

The soundtrack for the first film - Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 - was a huge seller, especially on vinyl, and included tracks by David Bowie, 10cc and The Jackson 5.

See it in full here: 

Marvel also dropped an accompanying video, which previews the tracks with a cheesy 80s-style promo. See it here:

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 is set for release in UK and Ireland on 28 April, and in US cinemas on 5 May. 

See the full tracklist here:

1. Mr. Blue Sky - Electric Light Orchestra

2. Fox on the Run - Sweet

3. Lake Shore Drive - Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah

4. The Chain - Fleetwood Mac

5. Bring It On Home To Me - Sam Cooke

6. Southern Nights - Glen Campbell

7. My Sweet Lord - George Harrison

8. Brandy (You're A Fine Girl - Looking Glass

9. Come A Little Bit Closer - Jay and the Americans

10. Wham Bam Shang-A-Lang - Silver

11. Surrender - Cheap Trick

12. Father and Son - Cat Stevens

13. Flash Light -Parliament

14. Guardians Inferno - The Sheepers featuring David Hasselhoff

Watch the film's official trailer: 


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