Stream Westworld’s Covers of Radiohead, The Cure, Rolling Stones & More

New HBO TV program Westworld has been taking the world by storm, and for good reason too. Its unique, complex and thoroughly engaging storyline introduces us to a wide range of in-depth characters, topics and themes that only delve deeper as the episodes progress. One of the most popular aspects of the show, partially set in the wild west and partially set in the modern day, are the instrumental covers of famous songs by bands including Radiohead, The Cure and Soundgarden.

The program’s original music has been composed by Ramin Djawadi, who is also responsible for the iconic soundtrack to HBO’s legendary program Game of Thrones.

The soundtrack for the program has now been released on Spotify, YouTube and other online streaming platforms for you to enjoy. As well as the Westworld theme song, the Spotify playlist includes covers of Soundgarden’s Black Hole Sun, The Rolling Stones’ Paint it Black, Radiohead’s No Surprises and A Forest by The Cure.

Other songs heard on the show include Radiohead’s Paranoid Android, Peacherine Rag by Scott Joplin and Reverie L.68 by impressionist composer Claude Debussy.


Considering that only five episodes have debuted so far, it’s highly likely that more incredible covers will be unveiled throughout the coming weeks.

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