127 Hours consists of 15 credited songs, from artists including Free Blood, Plastic Bertrand, Dido and A.R. Rahmann. The official 127 Hours soundtrack was released on the 1st January 2010. It consists of 14 tracks, and consists of tracks by Various Artists. Find the complete playlist, official soundtrack and trailer songs below. Make an account to add scene descriptions and contribute to the community.
First song during the opening credits. Aron grabs some stuff from his apartment for his trip.
Aron locks up his bike and starts walking off into the canyons. He runs into two girls who are also hiking.
After the rock first falls on Aron's hand. He starts panicking and tries to move the rock.
The sun slowly creeps into the cave and Aron feels the heat of the sunlight for the first time since he's been trapped.
Aron wakes up on Monday with a good attitude and starts tying up the rock to try to lift it off him with the ropes.
Aron talks to his mum on the camera and flashes back to his sister playing piano.
Song in the car as all the girls party and get undressed. Aron imagines it after he spills his water bottle.
It starts to storm and rain as Aron tries to catch it in his bottle. The water starts to flood him as he nearly drowns.
Song during Aron's dream after it rains and he goes to his girlfriends house. She is sleeping on the couch and comes to the door. Aron wakes up in agony.
Aron thinks back to when his girlfriend leaves him at basketball game.
Aron looks back on his life and realizes he chose this path. He says this rock has been waiting for him his entire life.
Dido and A.R. Rahmann
Aron rises and lifts his face off the rock as the ants crawl on his cheeks. He reflects back on his childhood memories right before he breaks him arm.
Aron breaks his arm several times and starts to cut into it with his blunt knife.
After Aron drinks water from the bottom of the canyon. He starts making his way back and finds other people. A helicopter comes to rescue him.
Hoagy Carmichael and Frank Loesser
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