Wednesday Season 1 Soundtrack Playlist

As a member of TV’s spookiest household, Wednesday Addams is an professional at being masterfully morbid. From her hauntingly stunning violin abilities to her sinister, goth-inspired strikes on the faculty dance, Nevermore Academy’s most macabre scholar is, at coronary heart, a patron of the humanities — a ardour she little doubt developed because of her dad and mom, Gomez and Morticia. That includes every part from morbid covers of The Rolling Stones and Metallica to unique scores by Chris Bacon and “The Nightmare Earlier than Christmas” composer Danny Elfman, “Wednesday”‘s season one soundtrack is a definite reflection of the Addams household values.

Along with knife-throwing and conceiving distinctive torture strategies of their downtime, the Addams household are all expert dancers and musicians. Within the first episode, we hear Wednesday (Jenna Ortega) listening to “La Llorona” by Chavela Vargas as she faucets away at her typewriter, a tune she probably grew up listening to, together with “La Mamma Morta” by Umberto Giordano and “Tierra Rica” by Carmita Jimenez, which additionally seem within the season one soundtrack.

Because the oldest Addams sibling creeps by the halls of Nevermore and makes unsanctioned journeys to Jericho looking for the Hyde monster’s true identification, classical covers of “Paint It Black” and “Nothing Else Issues” lull us into a way of eerie calm. When Wednesday’s classmates — together with Enid (Emma Myers), Xavier (Percy Hynes White), and Bianca (Pleasure Sunday) — come into the image, the tone shifts as extra fashionable songs like “Area Track” by Seashore Home and “Bodily” by Dua Lipa play within the background.

Between Girl Gaga’s “Bloody Mary” and Wednesday’s private violin cowl of Fleetwood Mac’s “Do not Cease,” all the “Wednesday” soundtrack is simply as spooky as her wardrobe.

Hearken to our full “Wednesday” season one playlist forward.

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