Walking Thunder Soundtrack (

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Rating: 5.90/10 from 280 votes
Tags: medicine man
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Trueno andante

Title in Italiano:

Il grande orso

Title in Português:

Walking Thunder

Title in Français:

Walking Thunder

Title in Türk:

Walking Thunder


"Walking Thunder" is a heartwarming story about a young boy named Jacob who forms a special bond with a wild stallion named Thunder. After witnessing Thunder being mistreated by a cruel rancher, Jacob decides to rescue the horse and nurse him back to health.

As Jacob and Thunder spend more time together, their bond grows stronger and they become inseparable companions. However, their peaceful existence is threatened when the rancher who mistreated Thunder comes looking for him.

Jacob must now fight to protect Thunder and their friendship, facing challenges and obstacles along the way. With the help of his family and friends, Jacob is determined to keep Thunder safe and free.

Walking Thunder is a tale of friendship, loyalty, and the unbreakable bond between a boy and his horse.

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Play Title Artist
Walking Thunder
Low Class Conspiracy
Rhymes Like Dimes
I Wish - Radio Edit
Scrape The Bowl
Love Galore (feat. Travis Scott)
Knock Knock
Let's Talk About Sex
Bounce Out With That
Never Can Say Goodbye
911 / Mr. Lonely (feat. Frank Ocean & Steve Lacy)
My Dream
Lovely Day
Caroline No
Big Poppa
Bubble Pop Electric
My Girlfriend Is a Witch
Melody (1983 Club Vinyl Mix)
Suga Honey Iced Tea
Palace/Curse (feat. Steve Lacy, feat. Tyler, The Creator, feat. Tyler, The Creator & Steve Lacy)
Rapp Snitch Knishes (feat. Mr. Fantastik)
Some Girl (feat. Steve Lacy)
After The Storm (feat. Tyler, The Creator & Bootsy Collins)
Dark Red
Seasons Change
Peach Fuzz
Oh Honey

User reviews

Laura Nelson

The soundtrack of Walking Thunder beautifully complements the themes of friendship and loyalty portrayed in the film, adding depth to the storytelling.

Margaret Williams

Each track in the soundtrack of Walking Thunder is a masterpiece on its own, evoking a range of emotions from joy to sorrow to determination. The music seamlessly complements the action on screen, adding another layer of depth to the storytelling. The soundtrack immerses the audience in the world of Jacob and Thunder, making every scene more impactful and memorable.

Linda Smith

I found the soundtrack of Walking Thunder to be lacking in emotional depth and failed to capture the heartwarming essence of the story between Jacob and Thunder. The music felt generic and uninspired, missing an opportunity to enhance the emotional connection between the characters and the audience.

Margaret Brown

The music in Walking Thunder enhances the poignant moments of the film, adding an extra layer of depth to the story of love and perseverance between Jacob and Thunder.

Robert Scott

I was disappointed by the overall production quality of the music in Walking Thunder. The sound mixing seemed unbalanced at times, with certain instruments overpowering the melodies and creating a disjointed listening experience. This detracted from the immersive nature of the film and detracted from the emotional impact of key moments in the story.

Michael Hall

The soundtrack of Walking Thunder perfectly captures the emotional journey of Jacob and Thunder, enhancing the heartfelt moments of their bond.

Betty Brown

The soundtrack of Walking Thunder perfectly captures the emotional depth and heartfelt moments of the story. The music enhances the bond between Jacob and Thunder, bringing out the feelings of friendship and loyalty in a powerful way. The melodies are uplifting and poignant, making the viewer truly connect with the characters and their journey.

Richard Moore

The music in Walking Thunder effectively conveys the sense of adventure and determination as Jacob fights to protect Thunder from harm.

Lisa Hall

The emotional melodies in Walking Thunder evoke a sense of connection with the characters, making the audience feel invested in Jacob and Thunder's journey.

Mark Roberts

The composition of the soundtrack for Walking Thunder felt repetitive and monotonous, with the same musical motifs being used throughout the film. This lack of variety made the listening experience dull and uninteresting, failing to create a dynamic and engaging atmosphere that could have enriched the storytelling.