Hell or High Water, released on 12 Aug 2016, consists of a playlist of 65 credited songs, from various artists including
Townes van Zandt, Ray Wylie Hubbard and Jim Wolfe. The original score is composed by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis.
Expand List of Songs Dollar Bill Blues • Townes van Zandt 8m Toby Howard & his ex-con brother, Tanner, drive to their home after robbing the Texas Midlands Bank. Dust of the Chase • Ray Wylie Hubbard 14m The Howard brothers drive to town. Meanwhile, Texas Ranger Marcus Hamilton arrive at the bank the Howard brothers robbed earlier. Walkin' Out The Door • Jim Wolfe 17m The Howard Brothers have breakfast at a diner before the bank robbery. You Asked Me To • Waylon Jennings 32m Tanner is singing along to the song on the radio after robbing another bank. Hate Me • Attila 33m At the gas station, Tanner is staying inside the car while Toby gets some supplies from the store. A car pulls by and the driver pulls out a gun, Toby steps in and beats up the driver. Blood, Sweat and Murder • Scott H. Biram 35m The Howard brothers arrive at an Indian casino in Oklahoma to laundered the money they just stole. Sleeping on the Blacktop • Colter Wall 37m Tanner is playing poker at the Indian casino, while Toby meets a young woman at the bar. Bakerman • Laid Back 39m Toby and the young woman are talking together at the bar, the young woman asks Toby if he would like to have sex with him until Tanner jumps in and pushes her away from Toby. Playing the Part • Jamey Johnson 41m The Howard brothers goes to the Comanche 66 to find a room for the night. You Just Can't Beat Jesus Christ • Billy Joe Shaver 49m Marcus and Alberto arrive at a diner and discus the case. I'm Not Afraid to Die • Gillian Welch 1h 0m The Howard brothers are having fun together. Marcus asks Alberto if he wants to go back into the motel with him. For the Love of God • Bellevue Suite 1h 10m Marcus plays this song in the radio after the police find the location of he Howard brothers. Official Soundtrack OST
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