"John Wick: Chapter 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)" by Tyler Bates on iTunes

23 Songs


Songs from the film, feat. Jerry Cantrell and Le Castle Vania.


Songs from the film, feat. Jerry Cantrell and Le Castle Vania.

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3.9 out of 5

32 Ratings


The Prodigy Jin,

Goosebumps!! Movie 5⭐️, but listening to the ost during the movie was amazing so many diff tracks that caught my ear blended into the scenes so well. Which is complicated itself because sometimes music blends into the scenes so well and you never know they were there and everything is one. But in this case I couldn't help but take myself out of the movie to appreciate the tracks, the action was so great I was already taking myself out of the film (best way possible). In tears literally, at this moment listening to John Wick Mode. This review is so biased to be honest. Everything to do with this movie screams my name, this movie and the ost was made for someone like me. This is about the songs but I have to include the scenes from the movie too in away because it made it more special for me, one of my favorite things that I love to see in and create or even just think of are scenes were there's a concert/club scene going on with music that's electronic(to not be to specific) with action going on around it. There isn't a better way for me to get goosebumps and melt away my the awesomeness. This movie did it and the soundtrack play a big part. The tracks that were played in Rome gave you hints that let you know the scenes were in Italy while still maintaining the John Wick vibe. And another thing was that they put some mystery and atmospheric elements in the tracks that plays perfectly with the assassins culture this movie is shares. The tracks and the movie itself reminds me of a lot of diff things that I love which is another reason why I have huge bias here, I.e Far Cry 3, DmC(Lilith Club mission) and the ost, Assassins Creed, Tron Legacy, The Raid 2, and Samurai Jack vs DJ Stylbator from the Rave ep, I won't explain that but if you have experience those series and loved them then maybe you get it. Not sure if I need to say more, buy this album and support this series anyway possible. I'm bout to listen to this album more and wait in excitement till I go see this movie again this weekend.

As amazing as the first album


I love this album, especially after watching the movie. The composition flows perfectly with the imagery. Good variety of sound, from upbeat to mellow, with a subtle dark tone.

About Tyler Bates

Best known for his post-millennial science fiction and horror film work, Tyler Bates is a composer whose work also includes television series and video game soundtracks. Born in Los Angeles, California, he grew up in Chicago and was introduced to a wide range of music by his mother. He began composing music as a teenager and eventually moved from Chicago to Los Angeles in 1993 to pursue a career as a film music composer.

During the early to mid-'90s, Bates scored a number of B-movies. In the meantime, he was part of the alternative rock band Pet, along with vocalist Lisa Papineau. Pet's 1996 eponymous album debut was executive produced by Tori Amos and released on her Atlantic Records vanity label Igloo. The band was featured on the soundtrack albums The Crow: City of Angels (1996) and The Last Time I Committed Suicide (1997). Bates left Pet in 1997 and began concentrating on film, composing full-time following the success of The Last Time I Committed Suicide, which he scored.

He had steady work thereafter, including the films Get Carter (2000), City of Ghosts (2002), and Dawn of the Dead (2004). Bates subsequently worked with rocker-turned-director Rob Zombie on several of his films, including The Devil's Rejects (2005), Halloween (2007), and Halloween II (2009). Besides horror film work, he carved out a niche for himself in the science fiction field, composing music for the films Slither (2006), The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008), and Watchmen (2009). Outside the realm of film, he worked on the celebrated television series Californication and composed music for video games as well.

In 2015, Bates also joined Marilyn Manson's touring band as guitarist after producing and co-writing their 2014 LP The Pale Emperer. "Cupid Carries a Gun" from the album was used as the opening title music of the supernatural TV drama Salem, which Bates scored. Other highlights from the decade included the Jason Momoa reboot of Conan the Barbarian (2011), the sci-fi blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), John Wick (2014) and John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017), both of which were co-written with Joel Richard, and Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 (2017). ~ Jason Birchmeier

    Los Angeles, CA
  • BORN
    Jun 5, 1965

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