13 Hours Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.30/10 from 159000 votes
Tags: libya, u.s. ambassador


In 2012, Benghazi, Libya is named one of the most dangerous places in the world, and countries have pulled their diplomatic offices out of the country in fear of an attack by militants.

The United States, however, still has a diplomatic compound (not an official consulate) open in the city.

Less than a mile away is a CIA outpost called "The Annex," which is protected by a team of private military contractors from Global Response Staff (GRS).

New to the detail is Jack Silva, who arrives in Benghazi and is picked up by Tyrone "Rone" Woods, commander of the GRS team and a personal friend of Silva.

Arriving at the Annex, Silva is introduced to the rest of the GRS team and the CIA Chief of Station, who constantly gives the team strict reminders to never engage the citizens.

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13 Hours
Sexy and I Know It
LMFAO: Performer
Erin Beck: Writer
Al Adhan (Doher)
Youssef El Mejjad: Performer
Pat Jabbar: Traditional, arranged
'Til the Sun Comes Back Around
Chris Cornell: Writer
Brendan O'Brien: Produced
'Til the Sun Comes Back Around
Chris Cornell: Performer

User reviews

Michael Martin

The haunting melodies and powerful crescendos in the score evoke a range of emotions, from fear and uncertainty to hope and resilience, mirroring the rollercoaster of events unfolding in the film.

Elizabeth Hill

The music enhances the sense of danger and urgency felt by the characters throughout the film.

Kimberly Lee

The emotional depth portrayed in the music adds another layer of complexity to the storytelling.

Michael Martin

The themes in the soundtrack evoke a sense of camaraderie and solidarity among the characters, highlighting their bond and loyalty to each other.

Kimberly Carter

The emotional depth of the soundtrack is truly remarkable. The music conveys the camaraderie and bravery of the GRS team as they face overwhelming odds in a hostile environment. The melodies evoke a sense of heroism and resilience that is incredibly moving.

David Evans

The soundtrack of 13 Hours perfectly captures the tension and intensity of the situation in Benghazi, Libya.

Daniel Baker

Overall, the soundtrack of 13 Hours enhances the viewing experience, immersing me in the harrowing true story and leaving a lasting impact with its memorable and evocative musical themes.

Michelle Jones

The use of percussion in the soundtrack effectively conveys the fast-paced and chaotic nature of the events unfolding on screen.

John Hernandez

Additionally, I felt that the soundtrack did not effectively build tension or suspense during key moments of the film. The music seemed disconnected from the action on screen, missing opportunities to heighten the drama and engage the audience on a deeper level. Overall, I found the soundtrack to be a missed opportunity to elevate the film's emotional impact and intensity.

Timothy Lopez

The score seamlessly blends with the action sequences, creating a visceral and immersive experience for the audience.

Lisa Martin

The soundtrack skillfully blends traditional Middle Eastern musical elements with modern orchestration, creating a unique and evocative sound that adds depth to the storytelling.

Robert Jones

I found the soundtrack of 13 Hours to be lacking in emotional depth and impact. The music did not effectively capture the intensity and danger of the situation in Benghazi, Libya. It felt generic and uninspired, failing to enhance the storytelling or evoke the necessary sense of urgency.

Kimberly Green

The soundtrack of 13 Hours perfectly captures the intense and dramatic atmosphere of the events depicted in the movie. The music builds suspense and tension, enhancing the scenes of conflict and danger in Benghazi.

William Gonzalez

The emotional intensity of the soundtrack perfectly captures the tension and urgency of the situation in Benghazi, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout the film.

Karen Mitchell

Overall, the soundtrack of 13 Hours is a powerful and integral part of the film, enhancing the storytelling and immersing the audience in the harrowing events depicted on screen.

Dorothy Anderson

The use of percussion and strings in the music enhances the sense of danger and suspense, immersing me in the chaotic and high-stress environment portrayed on screen.

Ashley Adams

The music builds suspense and keeps the viewers on the edge of their seats, mirroring the uncertainty and high stakes of the situation in Benghazi.

Deborah Carter

The haunting melodies in certain tracks evoke a sense of loss and sacrifice, adding emotional weight to the narrative.

James Wright

The music effectively conveys the camaraderie and bravery of the characters, highlighting their dedication and sacrifice in the face of overwhelming odds.