FULL SONG List for Each Episode of the Uncoupled Soundtrack

FULL SONG List for Each Episode of the Uncoupled Soundtrack

Because of his legendary work on How I Met Your Mother and other shows, Neil Patrick Harris is always welcome on television.

With his most recent series, Uncoupled, the 49-year-old American actor has recently commanded attention and continues to enthral.

The rom-com, which was created and produced by Darren Star and Jeffrey Richman, made its Netflix debut on Friday, July 29th, 2022. It stars Neil as Michael Lawson, a gay Manhattanite and newly single real estate agent in New York City. After a significant split, he has been absent from the dating scene for the past 17 years.

It might be challenging to navigate the dating world, but fortunately for Michael, he has some great music to support him. Let’s analyse the Uncoupled soundtrack now.

THE UNCOUPLED

THE UNCOUPLED

A list of uncoupled music tracks

The Uncoupled soundtrack has been organised by episode, with the song listed first, then the artist.

So let’s begin:

Episode 1 of Uncoupled

On Te L’avait Dit (ft. Voilaaa) Kalla, Pat
Adam Lambert’s “Superpower (Wideboys Remix)”
I’ll Love You Forever, Whitney Houston
Darwin’s “Hustlin’”
Sam Smith, “I’m Not The Only One”

Episode 2 of Uncoupled

Alabama Shakes’ song You Ain’t Alone

Episode 3 of Uncoupled

Gaine – Moi Je
Bob Kelly and The Pikes’ South Sea Isle Chalypso from 1958
CLAVVS’s “Dance in Place”
Isaac Delusion by Magicalove

Episode 4 of Uncoupled

Richard Marks’ Funky Fingers
Kelly Clarkson, “Since U Been Gone”
French 79’s version of Golden Times (Jim Henderson Remix)
Winfield Parker, “When I’m Alone”

EPISODES 5–8 UNCOUPLED FULL SONG LIST

Episode 5 doesn’t have a soundtrack, so let’s start over with episode 6:

Episode 6 of Uncoupled

1999: Tom Ford, Richard Macklin, and Lee Richardson
Yung Bae’s Disco Body Parts with J.I.D. AWOLNATION
Featuring Shawn Lee, “It Takes Two” Malone, Marcus

Episode 7 of Uncoupled

Teddy Gold and Bossa Nova Baby Mi$HNRZ
Sugar Hill’s “Disco Thing”
Ofshane with “Live Like This” “rty Cper”
Ariel T. and Sarah Rebecca’s song “Whatever Happens”

Episode 8 of Uncoupled

Symbol: Roosevelt
Slove & Sourya’s “Stop or Kiss (Midnight Generation Remix)”
Finally, Etta James
Lhasa de Sela’s song “Fool’s Gold”
Brenda Lee’s song “If You Love Me (Really Love Me)”

I believe that this is a very fortunate time.

Fans won’t just be impressed by Uncoupled’s soundtrack, though.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Neil Patrick Harris spoke candidly about the project’s potential significance.

I believe that producing a seductive show with LGBT material that is accessible to all viewers is a step in an intriguing direction. As performers, I believe we are in an extremely privileged position to be able to participate in Uncoupled because a show like this probably wouldn’t have been produced ten or even five years ago.

“The gay story was more the coming-out story,” he continued. It was about younger individuals who were unsure of what their sexuality meant, and that story has been done before and is still recounted today, which is fantastic.

Only Netflix is offering Uncoupled for streaming.

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