Between The Ranch and The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Netflix has a reputation for backing series and films with impeccable country music soundtracks. Add 2020 thriller The Devil All the Time to that list, as its soundtrack of old-time, bluegrass, jazz, pop and country classics suits the far from family-friendly film's Appalachian setting.
As viewers meet a down on his luck youngster (Tom Holland), a crooked cop (Sebastian Stan), equally rotten ministers (Robert Pattinson, Harry Melling and roots musician Pokey LaFarge) and two twisted serial killers (Jason Clarke and Elvis Presley's granddaughter, Riley Keough), they'll also enjoy music ranging from young Dolly Parton's work with Bill Phillips to fresher material by LaFarge.
The Netflix film is based on the Donald Ray Pollock novel of the same name. It was adapted for the small screen by Paulo and Antonio Campos.
Read on for a video roundup of the soundtrack. For a to-go option, check out the movie's official Spotify playlist.
The film also features a mood-setting score by Saunder Jurriaans and Danny Bensi.
"Washed In The Blood" - Pokey LaFarge and Harry Melling
"Hillbilly Boogie" - The Delmore Brothers
"Little Bessie" - The Stanley Brothers
"The Three Bells" - The Browns
"Put It Off Until Tomorrow" - Bill Phillips and Dolly Parton
"Wings of a Dove" - Ferlin Husky
"Honeycomb" - Jimmie Rodgers
"Young Love" - Sonny James
"He Says The Same Things To Me" - Skeeter Davis
"Funny How Time Slips Away" - Billy Walker
"Wishful Thinking" - Wynn Stewart
"Banks Of The Ohio" - Pokey LaFarge
"Dream" - The Pied Pipers
"There's A New Moon Over My Shoulder" - Jimmie Davis
"Wheel Of Fortune" - Kay Starr
"Little Things Mean a Lot" - Kitty Kallen
"Welcome to My World" - Jim Reeves
"Needles and Pins" - Jackie DeShannon