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Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1

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Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 contains songs featured in Guardians of the Galaxy.

It features songs from the 1970s, with director James Gunn describing them as "cultural reference points". According to Gunn: "It’s striking the balance throughout the whole movie, through something that is very unique, but also something that is easily accessible to people at the same time. The music and the Earth stuff is one of those touchstones that we have to remind us that, yeah, Quill is a real person from planet Earth who’s just like you and me. Except that he’s in this big outer space adventure."

Later in the film, Peter Quill discovers Awesome Mix Vol. 2 which appears to feature songs from the 1960s.

Track Listing

Track No. Song title Artist Year Location(s)
1 Hooked on a Feeling Blue Swede 1974
  • Theatrical trailer
  • Prison sequence / Played by guard in the Kyln
2 Go All the Way Raspberries 1972
3 Spirit in the Sky Norman Greenbaum 1969
  • Theatrical trailer
4 Moonage Daydream David Bowie 1972
5 Fooled Around and Fell in Love Elvin Bishop 1975
  • Peter Quill lets Gamora listen to his Walkman on Knowhere
6 I'm Not in Love 10cc 1975
  • Opening credits, Peter Quill visits his dying mother in hospital
7 I Want You BackThe Jackson 5 1969
  • End credits / Dancing baby Groot
8 Come and Get Your Love Redbone 1974
  • Exploring the ruins of Morag
9 Cherry Bomb The Runaways 1976
  • Equipping and preparing to engage Ronan
10 Escape (The Pina Colada song) Rupert Holmes 1979
  • Escape from Kyln; Peter Quill retrieves Walkman from guard
11 O-o-h Child Five Stairsteps 1970
  • Sung and danced by Peter Quill in the crash site during the Battle of Xandar to distract Ronan
12 Ain't No Mountain High EnoughMarvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell 1967
  • First song that plays when Peter Quill unwraps his mother's letter and Awesome Mix Vol. 2

† These songs are meant to be part of Awesome Mix Vol. 2

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