Milan Records will release the official soundtrack album for the Netflix original movie 6 Underground. The album features the film’s original music composed by Lorne Balfe (Mission: Impossible – Fallout, The LEGO Batman Movie, His Dark Materials, The Crown, Terminator Genisys). The soundtrack will be released digitally tomorrow, December 13 and will be available to stream/download here. 6 Underground is directed by Michael Bay and stars Ryan Reynolds, Mélanie Laurent, Corey Hawkins, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Adria Arjona, Ben Hardy and Dave Franco. The movie follows a tech billionaire who fakes his death and recruits a team of international operatives for a mission to take down a brutal dictator. The action thriller just opened in select theaters yesterday and will be available to stream on Netflix tomorrow.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Point of Extraction (2:24)
2. Ghosts (3:19)
3. Welcome to Florence (3:53)
4. Lose the Chopper (1:55)
5. Haunt the Living (2:06)
6. One Rule (2:06)
7. I Am the Danger (3:16)
8. You Can Change the World (2:14)
9. Thrones (3:22)
10. Memories (1:58)
11. Beautiful Sunday (1:17)
12. The Past (0:51)
13. Shit Ton of Blood (2:34)
14. Leave No Man Behind (1:50)
15. A Million Battles (4:17)
16. Day of the Dead (4:08)
17. Sabotage (3:15)
18. Live or Die (1:56)
19. One, But Not Done (3:08)

  1. Gabriel A. Bermudez says:

    Wow, i can wait to listen the film score and see the movie. This is second time that lorne balfe and film director michael bay work together since 13 hours, which was a great film.
    P.S. There’s been a error in the tracklist and supposed to had 19 tracks but instead has 13 tracks, no offense, just trying to help.

  2. viewer man says:

    What is classical music in start of movies car chase first 20 minutes? it starts when they drive in somekind museum or other art room?
    I dont recognise that in soundtrack, maybe because it not full lenght meant?

  3. SERET says:

    It’s for a christmas gift pleeease 🙂

  4. Rose says:

    Is led zepplin singing in underground6

  5. Thomas says:

    Seems like it uses the same or similar soundtrack to 13 hours in a few points, anyone else notice?