And now, it’s time for a Doors Wide Open soundtrack! WOOT!
The Soundtrack to Doors Wide Open
Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5SDqLt9IFPCmIms8HWjUeS
Here’s the list: I thought it might be fun for you to play these songs while you read – just to get a flavor of what I heard in my head while I wrote and pictured scenes. 🙂 If you have an Alexa, or stream / download music on a device, here’s the Doors Wide Open soundtrack:
- Caution Drones At Work, by Gordon Simmons – Play while reading the Prologue.
- I Won’t Back Down, by Tom Petty – Play in Chapter 3 when Tara asks Emily: How angry are you?
- Helter Skelter, by The Beatles – Play in Chapter 6 when Sebastian asks: Do you like fairytales?
- Let’s Get Metaphysical, by David Gilmore – Just the first 40 seconds of the song. – Play in Chapter 14 when Templeton says “Don’t move. It won’t hurt.” …and strokes Emily’s neck.
- I Am the Highway, by Audioslave – Play in Chapter 17 when The Tortoise asks: You’re Rabbit’s friend John Templeton, correct?
- Dragula, by Rob Zombie – Play in Chapter 18 when a visitor shows up at the Wayside Pub and surprises Emily and crew.
- Black Hole Sun, by Soundgarden – Play when you start reading Chapter 19 until Emily returns to Lucie’s.
- I Am the Highway, remake by Ann Wilson – Play in Chapter 20 when Emily takes slices of pizza into Lucie’s back yard.
- Burning for You, by Blue Öyster Cult – Play in Chapter 21 when Templeton says: When the Congress of Empire Witches learns of this, you will be punished.
- Seven Nation Army, by The White Stripes. – Play in Chapter 24 when Rabbit says: We’ve got to get those lights out.
- Live and Let Die, by Guns ‘n’ Roses’ (or Sir Paul McCartney & Wings’ version, of course) – Play the first 60 seconds of the song in Chapter 24 when Emily sees Big Rabbit slam a Fringe member to the ground and scream.
- End Of The Line – by The Traveling Wilburys – Begin playing when reading the Epilogue – after reading the first paragraph.
What about you?
What do YOU hear when you read? Tell me the song and chapter, but don’t reveal too many details that might fall under “spoiler alert!” Another reader might not be as far along in the book as you are!