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Watch Dogs Soundtrack List

Watch Dogs Soundtrack List

Hacking can be a very tedious job and sometimes the right song can get you in the right mood. From rock to folk Watch Dogs has a decent soundtrack when you get into it. Check out this list and find out what you will be listening to on your journey.

Watch Dogs Soul Music

You can unlock songs by hacking NPCs or by beating certain missions.


Cold Night in Chicago by Danny Chaimson & The 11th Hour

He Used To Be by The Right Now

Move On Up by Curtis Mayfield

No Number by Mike Golden & Friends

Talk by Julia Klee

Awake by JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound


Blues Before Sunrise by Elmore James and His Broomdusters

Howlin’ For My Darlin’ by Howlin’ Wolf

Kick Me To The Curb by Lil’ Ed and the Blues Imperials

Yes Machine by Paul Cary

You Burnt Me by Lil Ed’ and the Blues Imperials


Bright Idea By Drew Gress

Cluj Napoca by Bryan Doherty Band

Scott Free by Matt Ulery

Hip Hop

C.R.E.A.M by Wu-Tang clan

Break It Down by Kidz In The hall

Day By Day by Longshot

Day’N’Nite by Kid Cudi

Feds Watchin’ (Feat. Pharrel) by 2 Chainz

Gas Station (Feat. Bun B) by The Cool Kids

I Shall Not Be Moved by Public Enemy

Invincible by MGK

Old Lock It Down by Treologic

One Mic by Nas

Out To Lunch (Feat. The Kid Daytona) by Kidz In The Hall

Where The Sidewalk Ends by JDP

Watch Dogs Rock Music


Confidential Liar by Vanattica

Dance by Mickey

Dangerous Tonight by Alice Cooper

Diane Young by Vampire Weekend

Gimme Danger(Remix) by Iggy & The Stooges

Lost Boys by Summer Girlfriends

My Love Is Winter by Smashing Pumpkins

Panic by ON AN ON

So Ambitious(GDM remix) by Victorian Halls

The Bottom by The Record Low

The Good Life by Weezer

When I Grow Old by Pet Lions

Winter In Chicago by Flatfoot 56

Punk Rock

Big Chomper, Big Chomper by Dr. Manhattan

Devil’s Takin’ Names by The Lawrence Arms

Help Is On The Way by Rise Against

Invisible Man by The Vindictives

Ms. Crumby by The Audition

My Brain Hurts by Screeching Weasel

Never Again by Danko Jones

Private Eye by Alkaline Trio

Soldier’s Requiem by Naked Raygun

Stolen From Some Great writer by Spitalfield

Alarm Clocks by The Vindictives


Wake Up Sunshine by Chicago


Funeral Singers by Califone

My My My by Jamie Lono

Simplify by Henhouse Prowlers


Acrobot by Gods Of Fashion

Dark Steering by Squarepusher

Going Down High by Madina Lake

High Class Slim Cam Floatin’ In by Tortoise

Raydar by Champion Tech

Satellite by Echodroides

Sparklers by Gemini Club

Watch Dogs Metal Music


Jesus Build My Hot Rod – Ministry


Conduction (Santiago & Bushido Remix) by Johnny Fiasco

So what do you like to listen to while traveling through Chicago? Leave us a comment and let us know!

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    1. Solid Electronica selection, good Rock, passable Punk, and the others aren’t my taste. Please do not opine and pass it as fact, It makes you look far worse than necessary.

    1. Chief Keef and Kanye West suck.

      What should be said is that there isn’t any Blues Brothers in the game.

  1. This soundtrack is high-octane terrible. Considering Chicago’s musical history, the lack of good blues is especially egregious.

    1. Seriously. The first track that came on the radio for me was Howlin’ for my Darlin’ so I was expecting some great Chicago blues. Then I looked at the rest of the blues section. How do you make a game set in Chicago and have no Muddy Waters or Buddy Guy?

  2. That Jdp where the sidewalk ends is dope! His music video Weekend Warfare on YouTube is a great example of amazing self promoting Chicago artists.

  3. No Wax Trax? I guess that Ministry track the is closest we will get. Should have had more Industrial music imo. Missed opportunity.

  4. MKG Invincible is really good. There’s 5-6 other decent ones if you like any kind of rock metal but just too many horrible songs in there

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