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Super Soundtrack: “Reservation Dogs” on FX on Hulu

Reservation Dogs has been one of the most anticipated shows of the year, a slice-of-life take on indigenous life coming from the creative mind of Taika Waititi and Sterlin Harjo, and it has finally premiered exclusively on FX on Hulu.

Here is a look at each of the songs featured in the show in the precise order they appear in each episode:

Episode 1: “F*ckin’ Rez Dogs”

“I Wanna Be Your Dog” by The Stooges

Heard while the characters are stealing the truck

“Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off)” by Wu-Tang Clan

Heard when the title card appears

“Clase Historian” by Broncho

Heard playing in the background underneath the scene

“Waterfalls” by TLC

Heard when one of the characters’ moms is singing the song in the mirror while putting on her mascara

“Stone Cold Lover” by Mato

Heard playing the background underneath the scene

“Joey” by Samantha Crain

Heard playing over a scene that takes place at the grave of their late friend

“R.E.D.” by The Halluci Nation ft. Yasiin Bey, Narcy & Black Bear

Heard playing over the end credits

Episode 2: “NDN Clinic”

“Stone Cold Lover” by Mato

Heard at the beginning of the episode (note: the song was also featured in the first episode)

“As Long As The Grass Shall Grow” by Johnny Cash

Heard playing as one of the characters arrives to the garage

“ReZdReamZ” by Sten Joddi

Heard playing from headphones

“Wolf Tooth” by JD McPherson

Heard during a fight scene

“Flyby” by Klaatuninja

Heard during the final scene of the episode with the grandma in the hospital

“ReZdReamZ” by Sten Joddi

Heard earlier in the episode, the song plays again over the end credits

Episode 3: “Uncle Brownie”

“Memories” by Slick Rick

Heard after the group of friends have just picked up the dead deer on the way to see Uncle Brownie, and it’s playing on the radio

“One Spliff A Day” by Billy Boyo

Heard when Uncle Brownie tries some weed from the dispensary for the first time

“Funhouse” by Pretty

Heard when Uncle Brownie and the group of friends walk into the bar

Episode 4: “What About Your Dad”

“Stay All Night (Stay A Litte Longer)” by Willie Nelson

Heard playing at the bar

Episode 5: “Come And Get Your Love”

“Midnight Rider” by The Allman Brothers Band

The episode opens with a character singing along to the song in his car

“Come And Get Your Love” by Redbone

Heard when the police officer sings the song to Cheese. The song, which is also the title of this episode, plays again on the radio at the end of the episode and continues playing over the end credits.

“Keeping It Gangsta” by LiL Mike & FunnyBone featuring Young Dami & Demand

Heard when we see what Cheese did to the black car

Episode 6: “Hunting”

“Daddy And Home” by Jimmie Rodgers

Heard when we see Willie Jack and Leon hunting together in the woods on the trail cameras

“I Don’t Mind” by Sturgill Simpson

Heard as Willie Jack and Leon drive off with the deer and turkey in the back of their truck

Episode 7: “California Dreamin'”

“Tom Cat” by Jim Sullivan

Heard playing in the background at the bar

“Sky-Man and the Moon” by David Campbell

Heard when Elora (Kawennáhere Devery Jacobs) and Coach (Bill Burr) finish their day off

“Cleveland Summer Nights” by Jacob Tovar

Heard playing over the end credits at the end of the episode

Episode 8: “Satvrday”

“Wasted Days and Wasted Nights” by Freddy Fender

Heard playing at Willie Jack’s house while she is in the dining room with her parents

“Poor Moon” by Canned Heat

Heard while he group of friends are pulling all of their money together for their move to California

“Your Thunder & Your Lightning” by Lee Hazlewood

Heard during the fight between the two rival friend groups

Season one of Reservation Dogs is streaming exclusively on FX on Hulu. It has already been announced that the series will be returning for season two. Watch here.

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