What is the music from the comedy series?

The Outlaws continues this week on BBC One and is the perfect antidote to the dark and chilly nights – not least because of its popping soundtrack.

Since the comedy began last month, viewers have been desperately trying to figure out which songs were played in the popular series.

And we can now give you a comprehensive list of the music that will appear on the soundtrack.

Read on to find out more.

The Outlaws BBC Soundtrack: The cast, led by Christopher Walken and Stephen Merchant (Credit: BBC One)

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The Outlaws BBC Soundtrack – what music is in episode one?

Episode one of The Outlaws features an eclectic soundtrack that mixes pop with rock and punk.

No wonder the viewers looked for the artists when it first aired.

The series began with Rani Rekowski (Rhianne Barreto) running away from the security forces after a shoplifting.

Her breathless escape attempt was accompanied by the song Ring Of Fire by Los Plantronics (Mariachi Rework).

What a bloody way to start a series!

This was followed by the chart hit Best Song Ever by One Direction.

I Fought the Law by Ming City Rockers soon followed.

A Second Opinion by Murder by Death was playing when the credits rolled.

The Outlaws BBC Soundtrack Episode Two

The music in episode 2 of BBC Ones The Outlaws includes I Could Have Gone Right by Merie Haggard.

Other songs played during the hour-long episode were:

Bris Life from Wish Master and Dat Kid

Chain Gang by Jackie Wilson (with Count Basie)

Bangin by Si Begg

Summer ’91 (review) by Noizu

Parents of Yungblud

Give Take by Porridge Radio

New Love by Silk City and Ellie Goulding feat. Diplo and Mark Ronson

Ellie Goulding
Ellie Goulding stars on The Outlaws soundtrack (Credit: Splash)

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The Outlaws Music – What songs are in episode 3 of the BBC One comedy?

The varied music in episode three of The Outlaws includes everything from American singer Khalid to classic British pop from the Spandau Ballet.

Martin Kemp, are you watching?

There’s even some serious karaoke potential in the form of Swedish pop group ABBA.

Songs in episode three are:

Cola (Robin Schulz Remix) by Camelphant and Elderbrook

Sweet Lovin ‘by Sigala and Bryn Christopher

Gold dust from DJ Fresh

Mamma Mia! by Abba

Gold from Spandau Ballet

Young, stupid and broke by Khalid

Honey from Robyn

The Outlaws BBC Soundtrack episode four

Episode four begins with Bugzy Malone from Gods.

OMD souvenir is the next big hit.

Finally, the episode Standout by Knucks feat. Loyle Carner and Venna.

The Outlaws BBC Soundtrack: Yungblud’s Music Appears in One Episode (Credit: Splash)

The Outlaws Music episode five

The penultimate episode of The Outlaws on BBC One contains only two tunes.

These are:

Yakul company

Pagan angel and a borrowed car from Iron and Wine

Soundtrack to episode six

The sixth episode of the Outlaws BBC soundtrack ends with a mishmash of house music, pop and old school 60s.

The songs in episode six are as follows:

Greyhound from Swedish House Mafia

Commonly used by Jay0117, Audio Slugs and Emz

Tonight by Katy J Pearson

Don’t Cha from Pussycat Dolls

Chain Gang by Jackie Wilson (with Count Basie)

The Outlaws continues on Monday, November 8th, 2021 at 9 p.m. on BBC One.

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