Wilderness Soundtrack (

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In a juvenile detention center, inmate Dave commits suicide after being abused with his friend Lindsay by sociopaths Steve and Lewis under the indifference of the other cellmates.

The governor sends them to an uninhabited island to improve their relationships and characters under the command of tough monitor Jed.

They meet a camp of female delinquents under the command of veteran soldier Louise and they camp in another area.

However, when they are attacked by a pack of dogs and a mysterious man with a crossbow wearing camouflage, they join forces fighting to survive, under the leadership of Callum.

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I Don't Want to Set the World On Fire
Whispering Grass
It's All over but the Crying
The Gypsy
Street Of Dreams
Pickin' On the Wrong Chicken
Fujiyama Mama - Remastered
Way Back Home
Four Walls
Mr. Sandman
Till the End of Time (with The Satisfiers)
I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
A Fine Romance
You Always Hurt the One You Love
Thirteen Women (And Only One Man In Town)
The Thing
Atomic Cocktail
If I Knew You Were Comin', I'd've Baked a Cake
Crawl out Through the Fallout
Rocket 69
A Wonderful Guy
Butcher Pete (Part 1)
Good Rockin Tonight
Mighty Mighty Man
One More Tomorrow
Orange Colored Sky
Happy Times—from 1949 show “Inspector General”
Dear Hearts And Gentle People
Pistol Packin' Mama - Single Version
The End of the World
The Wanderer
Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall - Single Version
Grandma Plays the Numbers
Easy Living
Hes a Demon Hes a Devil Hes a Doll - Original Mix
You Can’t Get A Man With A Gun
Keep A Knockin' But You Can't Come In
Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo) - Single Version
Anything Goes (with Vince Giordano & The Nighthawks)
Right Behind You Baby
Uranium Rock
Sixty Minute Man
The Carnival of the Animals, R. 125: XIII. The Swan (Arr. for Cello and Piano)
Consolation No. 3 in D-Flat Major, S. 172/3
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C-Sharp Minor, S. 244/2
The Planets, Op. 32: I. Mars, the Bringer of War
Marche slave, Op. 31, TH 45
Nocturne Op. 9: No. 2
Die Walkure, Act III: Ride of the Valkyries
Swan Lake, Op. 20 - Act II: Fourth Dance of the Swans
Tragic Overture, Op. 81
If I Didn't Care
Washington Post March
Greek Chorus
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Perfect Place for an Accident
Morgan Kibby: Performer
To Surviving
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Only Fun
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Gone Missing
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Oh Carol
Morgan Kibby: Performer
On Your Side
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Don't Worry Darling
Morgan Kibby: Performer
Never Safe
Morgan Kibby: Performer

User reviews

Matthew Scott

The haunting melodies and powerful rhythms of the music stayed with me long after the movie ended, showcasing the talent and creativity of the composers.

Dorothy Hall

I was impressed by the diversity of musical styles and instruments used in the soundtrack, creating a rich and immersive listening experience.

George Wright

The music enhances the emotional depth of the characters' journey, adding layers of complexity to their relationships and struggles.

Andrew Thomas

I found the soundtrack of Wilderness to be quite immersive and engaging. The combination of haunting melodies and adrenaline-pumping rhythms added depth to the story and helped to create a sense of urgency in the action scenes. The music effectively conveys the emotions of the characters and enhances the overall viewing experience of the film.

Michelle Johnson

The soundtrack of Wilderness perfectly captures the intense and suspenseful atmosphere of the movie, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout.

Mark Miller

The soundtrack of Wilderness perfectly captures the intense and suspenseful atmosphere of the movie. The use of ominous tones and eerie melodies enhances the feeling of danger and uncertainty that the characters face on the uninhabited island. The music effectively builds tension and keeps the audience on the edge of their seats throughout the film.

Ashley Jackson

The soundtrack of Wilderness failed to capture the intensity and emotional depth of the characters' struggles, leaving the scenes feeling flat and disconnected from the audience.

Michelle Anderson

The music choices often felt cliché and predictable, missing the opportunity to enhance the tension and suspense of key moments in the plot, ultimately detracting from the overall viewing experience.