Sony Classical will release the official soundtrack album for Guy Ritchie’s action thriller Wrath of Man. The album feature the film’s original music composed by Chris Benstead who previously the director’s last feature, The Gentlemen. The soundtrack will be released digitally tomorrow, May 7 and will be available to stream/download on Amazon (and other digital music stores). Wrath of Man is co-written and directed by Ritchie and stars Jason Statham, Jeffrey Donovan, Josh Hartnett, Laz Alonso, Deobia Oparei, Raúl Castillo, Eddie Marsan and Scott Eastwood. The movie follows a cash truck security guard who surprises his coworkers during a heist in which he unexpectedly unleashes precision skills. The thriller is being released in theaters nationwide this weekend by MGM Studios/United Artists.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Coffee Frother (3:29)
2. Wrath of Man (2:14)
3. Dangerous Job (2:17)
4. Tooling Up (3:09)
5. Bullet Taken Hostage (3:04)
6. F**king Lunatic (1:57)
7. Coroners Report (1:22)
8. China Town (0:55)
9. Dark F**king Spirit (3:58)
10. Know The Route (1:45)
11. Dougie (3:20)
12. Idolised You (3:40)
13. Built for Combat (2:03)
14. Porn Factory (3:34)
15. Precious Ornaments (3:24)
16. Staples Center (2:38)
17. Go to Work (1:44)
18. Number 1 Loses It (3:58)
19. 120 Million (2:04)
20. The Inside Man (4:42)
21. Wanna be Hero (5:36)
22. Come Out Little Piggy (4:16)
23. Bullet Executions (3:31)
24. The Victor (4:48)
25. Liver Lungs Spleen Heart (4:13)

  1. Dave Opelman says:

    Excellent movie, with an excellent soundtrack. Saw it Thursday night in Dolby 7.1, plan to see it again soon. Glad Jason Statham and Guy Ritchie teamed up! Excellent!

  2. Brent Simon says:

    The music sounded so much like, or at least reminded me of, the score for Joker by Hildur Gudnadottir, that I thought for sure she had composed the music for this. I’m confused that it was someone else.

  3. Diego says:

    Excelente soundtrack, pero cual es la cancion que suena en el movil de S

  4. Diego says:

    Excellent soundtrack, but what is the melody that plays on Scoot Eastwood’s cell phone? when Jason finds him, at the end of the movie.

  5. Guerra says:

    Some tracks remind me of Sicario..dope