Today on underground we are going to look at a soundtrack to what many fans and critics alike are saying that this show was the show of the past decade and that show is Netflix’s Bojack Horseman.

The soundtrack was released on Lakeshore Records on September 8, 2017, around the same time that season four of Bojack was out on Netflix. The soundtrack is 25 tracks long and only has the music from season 1-3. Most of the music on the soundtrack is from the show there are a few tracks that stand out here. For example, you have the full track from the opening of Bojack Horseman which is titled “Bojack’s Theme,” Michelle Branch’s version of “A Horse With No Name,” the ending credits song in each episode, Nina Simone’s Stars’.

The downside for this soundtrack is that it’s only the first three seasons of Bojack and they could have released the rest of the series soundtrack sometime soon before the series second half of its final season is aired later this month.

In short, the Bojack Horseman soundtrack is just like Bojack himself, some of it is good, some of it is so-so and the rest depends on you whether or not you like it or not at all. Next week we are going to look at other songs and tracks the series could have used and why.