Soundtrack: Moxie

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Note: Below is a complete playlist of all 19 songs that can be heard in the Netflix movie “Moxie”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.


All 19 songs featured in “Moxie”:

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No Going Back - Yuno
Timestamp: 0:01 | Scene: Vivian wakes up from a nightmare and lies down in front of the laptop to think about a question. She closes the laptop and packs her things for school in the living room. She talks to her mother while doing so. Scenes of students in front of the school are then shown. Vivian is talking to Claudia.
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Grains of Salt - Tacocat
Timestamp: 0:11 | Scene: Vivian sits in front of a question on the laptop again. She has to answer which topics are important to her. She writes with her friend Claudia.
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Rebel Girl - Bikini Kill
Timestamp: 0:18 | Scene: Vivian is watching the music video for this song. Vivian searches the closet and then a suitcase of her mother.
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Green Light, Red Light - Toplady
Timestamp: 0:26 | Scene: Vivian is in her room writing "Female Power" and "MOXIE" on a piece of paper. Later she cuts out pictures, photos and headlines from magazines and glues them together.
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Fire With Fire - Gossip
Timestamp: 0:34 | Scene: Vivian is in the toilet at school and wants to wash off the stars and hearts she drew on her hand with a pen. There are other girls in the toilet who also have the mark on their hands.
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Surf - Ka'au Crater Boys
Timestamp: 0:40 | Scene: Vivian and Claudia enter the party. They are directly approached by Bradley, who throws flower chains over their heads.
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Double Dare Ya - Bikini Kill
Timestamp: 0:44 | Scene: Vivian is listening to this song on her Beats headphones. She dances around her room. She has more "MOXIE" flyers printed out. Shortly after, she distributes the flyers at school.
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Can't Get Enough - Headband
Timestamp: 0:47 | Scene: Shortly after Seth finds out that Vivian is the creator of the "MOXIE" flyer. All students read the new flyer.
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Pretty Ugly - Tierra Whack
Timestamp: 0:50 | Scene: Vivian and Lucy are having fun in a clothing store. They put on different outfits.
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Kitana - Princess Nokia
Timestamp: 0:51 | Scene: All girls come to school with tank tops.
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La Vie En Rose - Lucy Dacus
Timestamp: 1:00 | Scene: Vivian and Seth enter a funeral home. Seth shows her various coffins. Afterwards, they lie down together in a coffin.
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Rebel Girl - Bikini Kill
Timestamp: 1:02 | Scene: In the coffin, Seth and Vivian listen to this song.
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Just My Kind - The Julie Ruin
Timestamp: 1:05 | Scene: After the kiss between Vivian and Seth. Vivian sits down on the floor in her room and writes with her friends.
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Rebel Girl - The Linda Lindas
Timestamp: 1:10 | Scene: School band plays this song live. All the girls dance wildly.
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Heaven - Brandi Carlile
Timestamp: 1:15 | Scene: Vivian and Seth kiss in the car.
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Destroyer - Lala Lala
Timestamp: 1:34 | Scene: Vivian looks at herself in the mirror on the toilet. She reads a note in which a girl tells about how she was raped. She asks "MOXIE" for help. Vivian eats alone at the dining table. She then brushes her teeth and goes to bed. At night, she returns to school and paints "Rapeport" in red paint on the floor in front of the entrance.
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W.A.R.R.I.O.R - Ebony Bones
Timestamp: 1:36 | Scene: After the break bell rings, all the girls leave the school.
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Alala - CSS
Timestamp: 0:00 | Scene: Song can be heard at the end of the film. Vivian and the others celebrate. The credits follow.
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Big Mouth - The Linda Lindas
Timestamp: 1:45 | Scene: Second song heard in the credits.
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What’s the movie about?
A shy 16-year-old is fed up with the sexist and toxic status quo at her high school. She draws inspiration from her mother’s rebellious past and anonymously publishes a flyer that sparks a school-wide “coming out” revolution.

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