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Kaleidoscope soundtrack on Netflix per episode

January 3, 2023

Netflix is ​​associated with many things, and one of them is definitely innovation. The platform is the popular streaming option of choice for many audiences and a range of similar streamers have followed in its footsteps. Indeed, there are no signs of slowing down on the innovation front in 2023, with Kaleidoscope unveiled on Sunday, January 1, 2023.

It is the first ever show of its kind as it is designed to be viewed in any order. With audiences choosing different ways to consume the story, no two experiences are the same.

Created by Eric Garcia, the eight-part American drama stars Giancarlo Esposito as a master thief named Leo Pap, who plans to orchestrate a job that could net his crew an unfathomable $7 billion.

There’s a range of faces you’ll recognize along the way, no matter what order you take, and songs too, for that matter. Speaking of which, let’s shine the spotlight on the Kaleidoscope soundtrack.

Paz Vega as Ava Mercer and Giancarlo Esposito as Leo Pap stand next to a giant vault doorKaleidoscope/Scott Free/Automatik/Netflix Media Center

Kaleidoscope Soundtrack on Netflix

You can check out all of the songs that feature on the Kaleidoscope soundtrack separated by episode below:

Kaleidoscope: Red

Fitzpleasure by alt-jCan You Get To That by Funkadelic

Kaleidoscope: Green

Melting Pot by Booker T. & The MG’s

Kaleidoscope: Yellow

Rolling Stones Sympathy for the Devil

Kaleidoscope: pink

Gimme Some Lovin’ by The Spencer Davis GroupTurn on Your Heartlight by Neil DiamondLet’s Think About Living by Boudleaux BryantFree Bird by Lynyrd SkynyrdIf You Don’t Know Me By Now by Simply RedNone of Us Are Free by Solomon Burke

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Kaleidoscope: purple

None of Us Are Free by Solomon BurkeThe Bottom Line by OV Wright

Kaleidoscope: Blue

The Bottom Line by OV Wright

Kaleidoscope: Orange

Ahmad’s Blues by Marlena ShawHand Clapping Song by The MetersUse Me by Esther Phillips

Kaleidoscope: White

It’s Raining by Irma ThomasTurn on Your Heartlight by Neil DiamondDevils Plans by Dominic Lewis & Charles Jones

Is the Kaleidoscope Netflix score available?

Yes, beyond the soundtrack above, there is also an original score for Kaleidoscope composed by Dominic Lewis.

It’s available on Spotify and Apple Music, inviting fans to relive the experience through the audio of 25 songs. The final track, Devils Plans, was an original song created for the series alongside Charles Jones.

As for Dominic, the composer has worked on music for previous films such as Bullet Train, Violent Night, Spirited, The King’s Man and Money Monster.


‘Oh that’s great’

Beyond the sound of Kaleidoscope, Tati Gabrielle (who plays Hannah Kim) opened up to ScreenRant about how she felt learning about the series’ non-linear approach to storytelling:

“I was just really excited about it. As a lone audience member, I’m always excited about stories that make me think, stories that I have to do a little more to get the gratification of what this play was. So when I first heard it was non-linear, I was like, Oh, that’s awesome.

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She continued, “So each person watching it is going to have a completely different experience, which I think creates space for such a great conversation around it and allows everyone to come away with a very personal experience. ”

Kaleidoscope is streaming exclusively on Netflix.

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