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Sprung Season 1 Soundtrack

Songs:  35  | Scene descriptions: 44 timelines  |  Airing date: Finished  |  Episodes: 9  |  Last episode: 17 September 2022
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The soundtrack to Sprung Season 1 music, view and listen to all the songs from the 2022 Freevee TV series, listed by episode, with scene descriptions and timelines, entire tracklist.

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Season 1 • Episode 1: ‘Chapter One’ (S01E01)

19 August 2022
4 songs

1. T. Model Ford – Mr. Wiggles
[0:07’] Barb is driving everyone home after they got out of prison.
2. Alone – Trampled By Turtles
[0:21’] Jack finds a dollar on the street and struggles to put it in the vending machine without touching it.
3. This Must Be The Place (Naïve Melody) – The Lumineers
[0:29’] Jack breaks into a car and goes shopping for candy, meeting Barb back home who was watching TV and eating IceCream.
4. Family (Acoustic) – Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors
[0:34’] Jack is jumping on the trampoline. /
Last song in the episode, playing through the end credits.

Season 1 • Episode 2: ‘Chapter Two’ (S01E02)

19 August 2022
3 songs

1. Come Out and Play (Keep ‘Em Separated) – The Offspring
[0:01’] Young Jack is running away from the police after he received a stash of drugs.
2. High Steppin’ – The Avett Brothers
[0:02’] Barb is making breakfast and dancing to this radio song while Jack and Gloria struggle living in the same room.
3. Do It Daily – Martin Sexton
[0:31’] Barb is sitting on the bed and cleaning her ears. /
Last song in the episode, playing through the end credits.

Season 1 • Episode 3: ‘Chapter Three’ (S01E03)

26 August 2022
7 songs

1. Kickstart My Heart – Mötley Crüe
[0:02’] After dreaming of his ex, Rooster decides to change himself entirely.
2. Talk About The Good Times – Jerry Reed
[0:05’] Intro song
3. Bang Bang – Dizzy Gillespie
[0:19’] Rooster comes with a gun to rob the drug dealers when he gets caught.
4. Goody Two Shoes – Adam Ant
[0:23’] Jack fights off the drug dealers with the things he learned in prison, saving Rooster.
5. Thunderbird Wine – David Quinn
[0:30’] Barb and Rooster dance and do drugs while Gloria counts the money.
6. Bring It On Up – Loleatta Holloway
[0:34’] Jack and Gloria are having a romantic moment at the hotdog stand while Rooster tries to ask his ex to marry him once again.
7. Samo Se Jednom Živi – Davor Jovanović
[0:35’] The Mafia’s Spider sign is painted over.
Last song in the episode, playing through the end credits.

Season 1 • Episode 4: ‘Chapter Four’ (S01E04)

26 August 2022
5 songs

1. I Wonder – Rodriguez
[0:02’] Gloria is hiding the money inside a book while Rooster gets beaten up by Melvin.
2. Talk About The Good Times – Jerry Reed
[0:05’] Intro song
3. Newsworthy – Oh No
[0:10’] Jack gets high in the car with Melvin and Rooster.
4. The Way We Move – Langhorne Slim & The Law
[0:29’] Rooster is looking over some old pictures of him and Wiggles when Jack walks in to take him for a ride.
5. Here’s To Hoping – Jim Lauderdale
[0:31’] Wiggles is stuck under a weighted blanket.
Last song in the episode, playing through the end credits.

Season 1 • Episode 5: ‘Chapter Five’ (S01E05)

2 September 2022
3 songs

1. Talk About The Good Times – Jerry Reed
[0:07′] Intro song
2. Twerk Low – Inside Tracks
[0:11′] Rooster stops the bus Wiggles is stripping in to tell her they need to get married.
3. Chasing Cars (Snow Patrol) – Cast
[0:19′] Rooster sings this song to Wiggles before they kiss.

Season 1 • Episode 6: ‘Chapter Six’ (S01E06)

2 September 2022
4 songs

1. Milk & Cereal – G. Love & Special Sauce
[0:01′] A little kid is in a store imagining a magic bowl of cereal.
2. Talk About The Good Times – Jerry Reed
[0:04′] Intro song
3. Primera Vez – Raphael Lake & Aaron Levy
[0:15′] Gloria is in jail, putting on makeup and talking to Jack through the toilet.
4. Cheeseburger in Paradise – Lisa Howard
[0:31′] The thieves are driving their van and singing. /
End credits

Season 1 • Episode 7: ‘Chapter Seven’ (S01E07)

9 September 2022
6 songs

1. Only the loney – Roy Orbison
[0:00] Barb comes home from her son’s court process, upset, and checks her profile on the Matching dating app, where she made her first match.
2. Talk about the good times – Jerry Reed
[0:07′] Jack and Gloria want to tell Barb that her boyfriend is not real, and they decides instead of telling her, to show it to her.
3. Vivement L’eté – Christian Padovan, Stephane Huguenin & Yves Sanna
[0:24′] Jack and Gloria are trying to steal Barb’s boyfriend’s golden watch when they see his real girlfriend coming home from work.
4. Bean Caught Stealing – Jane’s Addiction
[0:26′] Rooster and his girlfriend are following the couple at the supermarket, trying to discover informations about the driving license of Nicole.
5. Only the loney – Roy Orbison
[0:32′] Barb, Jack, and Gloria arrived at Barb’s online boyfriend’s house, and discovered that Jean was not really Jean from the photos, it was his father pretending to be Jean.
6. Plaisir D’Amour – Jean – Pierre Claris de Florian & Jean-Paul-Egide Martini
[0:37′] Barb is back home and decides to let go of Jean’s photos and through them in the garbage bin. She puts pictures with the people she really cares about.

Season 1 • Episode 8: ‘Chapter Eight’ (S01E08)

9 September 2022
5 songs

1. Talk About the Good Times – Jerry Reed
[0:08′] Intro song / Opening theme
2. Got Me Going – Robert Navarro, Angus Godwin & Thai Ly
[0:15′] The song plays after Jack tells Melvin that the person who drives the car in front of them is the reason why he spent 26 years in jail.
3. Folsom Prison Blues – Jerry Reed
[0:21′] A flashback of Jack when he goes to prison and walks towards his cell; the family wears rabbit masks so the man in the trunk won’t recognize them while they offer him a prison-like treatment.
4. Joanna – Marco Di Maggio & Francesco Chisci
[0:27′] Wiggles listens to this song on her earphones and dances around the house.
5. Going Up In Smoke – Natty Wailer
[0:29′] The song plays in the final scene of the episode when Melvin looks for his headphones, then starts to dance when he finds them.

Season 1 • Episode 9: ‘Chapter Nine’ (S01E09)

17 September 2022
4 songs

1. Talk About the Good Times – Jerry Reed
[0:01′] Intro song / Opening theme.
[1:02’] End credits song / Ending song
2. Memphis Soul Stew – King Curtis
[0:30′] Rooster turns on the chainsaw and cuts off the street sign; Barb looks through her closet for a pair of stockings and puts on a flight attendant suit; Jack picks up Paula and doesn’t have the chance to text Gloria that he is going to stop for coffee.
3. Groove Is in the Heart – Deee-Lite
[0:47′] Gloria plays this song and pours champagne into the glasses right before the guys arrive, so they can celebrate together.
4. Better Things – The Kinks
[0:58′] Jack gets in Melvin’s car after he says goodbye to his family; Gloria goes to the airport to catch a flight to Miami; Rooster and Wiggly get married and Jack gets the job that he wanted.

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Sprung Season 1  TV information
Sprung Season 1 Soundtrack
Production: 3 Arts Entertainment, Amazon Studios
Distributor: Amazon Freevee
Director: Gregory Thomas Garcia
Stars: Garret Dillahunt, Shakira Barrera , Phillip Garcia

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5 thoughts on “Sprung Season 1 Soundtrack”

  1. I see they did as good of a job replying to you as they did with this site. It is indeed Family by Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors but it is NOT the acoustic version. So take everything they’ve posted here with a grain of salt.

  2. Why aren’t covers listed as covers? Episode 7 “Only the loney” (which should be “Only the Lonely”) is NOT Roy Orbison but rather a cover. If you’re going to bother making a list, at least get it right, otherwise it’s practically useless. Users can lookup the original this way but what if we want to hear the one actually presented in the soundtrack? If you don’t know, just list it as a cover and say so.

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