Russian Doll Season 2 Soundtrack

The soundtrack to Russian Doll Season 2 music, view and listen to all the songs from the 2022 tv show, listed by episode, with scene descriptions and timelines, entire tracklist from the Netflix series.



Russian Doll Season 2 Episode 1
Russian Doll Season 2 Episode 2
Russian Doll Season 2 Episode 3
Russian Doll Season 2 Episode 4
Russian Doll Season 2 Episode 5
Russian Doll Season 2 Episode 6
Russian Doll Season 2 Episode 7

Season 2 • Episode 1: ‘Nowhen’ (S02E01)

20 April 2022
6 songs


1. Crimson And Clover – Tommy James & The Shondells
Recap of the previous season.
2. Personal Jesus – Depeche Mode
Starting song / Nadia takes the subway to the hospital, where she meets her grandma, Ruthie.
3. Bela Lugosi’s Dead – Bauhaus
[0:09′] Nadia is in the subway, reading a newspaper when she realizes she might be in another timeline.
4. Bonchida A – Trad. & Arr. Laszlo Borteri & Niko Radic
[0:16′] Nadia and her boyfriend from this timeline rob her grandmother. They go to make love afterward.
5. Mother – Danzig
[0:20′] Nadia sees herself in the mirror and gets scared because she looks like her pregnant mother in this timeline.
6. Get It While You Can – Janis Joplin
[0:29′] Nadia was trying to get back the things her mother and her boyfriend stole, but he ran away with them before she could get them.

Season 2 • Episode 2: ‘Coney Island’ (S02E02)

20 April 2022
4 songs





1. Angel Eyes – Big Debbie
[0:08′] Nadia tracks down her mother’s boyfriend who stole her family’s fortune.
2. Love in Outer Space – Sun Ra
3. Never Gonna Let You Go – Michael Miglio
[0:22′] Ruth sold her dead husband’s ring to help Nadia’s mother get her gold back.
4. Goin’ Out Of My Head – Little Anthony & The Imperials
[0:27′] Nadia sees Alan on the opposite train. She tries to say hi, but he doesn’t see her. Her bag of gold gets stolen.

Season 2 • Episode 3: ‘Brain Drain’ (S02E03)

20 April 2022
5 songs


1. Put A Straw Under A Baby – Brian Eno
Starting song / Nadia fell asleep in the subway, in her mother’s timeline.
2. Puddin’ N’ Tain – The Alley Cats
[0:10′] Nadia steals some things from her grandmother’s house, hoping to find some more information about her family’s past.
3. Black Night – Cheryl Thompson
[0:16′] Nadia got a weird worm out of her hand. Her pregnant mother appears afterward.
4. Sunday Morning – The Velvet Underground & Nico
[0:25′] Nadia was brought to the mental hospital because she is the only one who can see her mother. Her mom helps her escape
5. Der Kommissar – Falco
[0:27′] Nadia decides she needs to go to Budapest.
End credits

Season 2 • Episode 4: ‘Station to Station’ (S02E04)

20 April 2022
6 songs




1. Morgen – Ivo Robic
Starting song / Alan was taking a bath when someone knocks on his door.
2. Wasurenaiwa – Peggy March
[0:09′] Alan travels in the past as well, getting in the skin of his grandmother.
3. Mindkilla – Gang Gang Dance
[0:12′] Nadia is in search of people from her family’s past. She wakes up Maxine to tell her what she found out.
4. Piano Concerto No. 4 In G Major, Op. 58: III. Rondo: Vivace – Howard Shelley
[0:14′] Agnes (Alan as his grandmother) tries to convince her boyfriend they shouldn’t pass the Berlin Wall, but they end up breaking up because they realize they wanted different things in life.
5. Personal Jesus – Depeche Mode
[0:25′] Her new Ukrainian acquaintance gives Nadia a drug to try. The drug makes her lose her mind, seeing images of herself, both as a kid and as an adult, from different events and timelines. She and Maxine wake up in a cemetery.
6. 99 Luftballons – Nena
[0:30′] Nadia decides to get back in the 80s again. She falls asleep in the subway and wakes up on a train going to Budapest.

Season 2 • Episode 5: ‘Exquisite Corpse’ (S02E05)

20 April 2022
6 songs


1. 6 Hungarian Rhapsodies, S359/R441: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in D Minor – Hungarian State Symphony Orchestra & Mátyás Antal
[0:02′] Nadia wakes up in 1944 in Budapest as her Grandmother, Vera.
2. Liszt: Liebestraum No.3 In A Flat, S.541 No.3-Arr. By Liszt From: O Lieb, So Lang Du Lieben – Jorge Bolet
[0:10′] Badine finds her famils fortune stoleb by the Natzis.
3. Hungarian Dances, Woo 1: No. 2 In D Minor, Allegro Non Assai – Moscow Radio Symphony Orchestra & Roman Matsov
[0:12′] Nadia buried her family’s treasure in a hidden tunnel in Budapest.
4. I Found Out Too Late – The Sapphires
[0:18′] Nadia managed to change how her family lost their fortune in the past, so she hopes her future will also change.
5. Bonchida A – Trad. & Arr. Laszlo Borteri & Niko Radic
[0:21′] Nadia managed to get her family’s gold back. When bringing it to the house, she meets her mother as a child.
6. The Thin Ice – Pink Floyd
[0:24′] Nadia goes back in her timeline, tired and upset, realizing she can’t change the future.

Season 2 • Episode 6: ‘Schrödinger’s Ruth’ (S02E06)

20 April 2022
3 songs




1. Runnin’ With The Devil – Van Halen
[0:01′] Nadia gets on the train on her mother’s timeline exactly when her water broke, so she ends up giving birth to herself.
2. Piano Concerto No. 4 In G Major, Op. 58: III. Rondo: Vivace – Howard Shelley
[0:22′] Nadia and her baby self are waiting for Alan in his grandmother’s apartment.
3. Gotta Get Up – Harry Nilsson
[0:23′] Alan and Nadine manage to find each other.
End credits

Season 2 • Episode 7: ‘Matryoshka’ (S02E07)

20 April 2022
6 songs


1. Gotta Get Up – Harry Nilsson
Starting song / Alan gets upset at Nadia for wanting to raise herself.
2. Front – Vex Ruffin
3. Cistern – Joe Wong
[0:15′] When Nadia, both as a baby and as an adult, and Alan got hit by their trains, they fell into a huge building full of water.
4. Liszt: Liebestraum No.3 In A Flat, S.541 No.3-Arr. By Liszt From: O Lieb, So Lang Du Lieben. – Jorge Bolet
[0:19′] Alan reunites with his grandmother. He has a lot of questions. They talk for a bit and she shows him the way back to his timeline.
5. Family Train – Joe Wong
[0:21′] Nadine finally finds her mother. Her mom asks her if she would still choose her as a mother if she could.
6. Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Pts. 1-5 – Pink Floyd
[0:24′] Nadine manages to give herself as a baby back to her mother, and get back in her timeline in time for Ruth’s funeral.
End credits

Russian Doll Season 2 official OST album tracklist, original motion picture score.
Original release date: 20 April 2022
Label: Gardener Recordings
Original music composed by Joe Wong
 
1. Death Air
2. Hard Reset (feat. Mary Lattimore)
3. Tompkins Square
4. Bodega Register
5. Fractured Loop (feat. Mary Lattimore and Paul Cartwright)
6. Horse Huff
7. Stack Two (feat. Mary Lattimore)
8. Shabbat Shalom
9. Alan’s Exercise (feat. Judy Kang)
10. Alan’s Elevator (feat. Judy Kang)
11. Calling John
12. Ruthie Vibes
13. An End (feat. Mary Lattimore)
14. Fanfare (feat. Jonathon Fridmann)
15. Showtime
16. Dream Mother
17. Tone Seven
18. Guardian Angel
19. Analog Doll
20. Inside Her Mind
21. Jelly Towel
22. Doctor
23. Secret Room
24. Where’s Ruth
25. Astor Place Tunnel
26. Motherlode
27. Cistern
28. Family Train
29. Searching
30. Exit Death Air
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