Vida Soundtrack (Season 3)

Vida Soundtrack

Soundtrack Info: Vida is a American drama television series and follows the life of two Mexican-American sisters, Emma and Lyn, from the Eastside of Los Angeles who couldn’t be more different or distanced from each other premiered. The show premiered on the 26th of April 2020 on Starz. You can listen to the complete list of credited songs and the season 3 soundtrack below.
 
Episode 6 – S03E06

  • Tú Atacas – Carla Morrison
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  • Always There When I Need You – Salt Cathedral
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  • Que Nadie Sepa Mi Sufrir – Sonora Dinamita
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  • Luna Lovers – Las Cafeteras
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    Episode 2 – S03E02

  • No Te Enojes – La Mera Candelaria
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  • Cielo Rojo – Love La Femme
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    Episode 1 – S03E01

  • Macorina – Chavela Vargas
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  • Mala Fruta – Ceci G
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  • Quemame – Sister Mantos
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  • Ya No Estás – Fidela Peláez
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  • Nubes (feat. Shigeto) – Niña Dioz
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  • No Audio Preview Resucitado – Ceci G, Angelica Garcia
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    Vida Soundtrack Season 3 Songs – Tracklist – Listen to the playlist of all of the songs played in the tv show, who sings them, including end credits and scene descriptions.

    9 thoughts on “Vida Soundtrack (Season 3)”

    1. What’s the first song, on the beginning of the episode when she’s running / jogging ?

      Lyrics like: yo no aguento mas hey hey hey yo no quiero verte mas

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      • A MI ME VALE by Jarina de Marco and Maria del Pilar

        This song opens episode two and the chingonas who wrote this original piece have been with the show since the beginning — their music has graced VIDA since the pilot presentation. The request I made for this at our “Vida Band Camp” workshop was for it to portray Lyn’s frustration and growing anger. I think the song captures it perfectly. (Plus, any time we can amplify the term “me vale madre” into the English-speaking world, it’s a win.)

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        • I failed to mention that I found that info from a google search. There’s actually a soundtrack on Spotify, but that song isn’t on there. 😖

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