The Bully soundtrack has just returned to Spotify several years after its removal. Rockstar Games’ classic set in the fictional town of Bullworth had its official score taken off the streaming service close to a decade ago.
Likely due to copyright reasons, the official soundtrack by Shawn Lee was visible on Spotify but not able to be played. To many fans’ surprise and without any fanfare from Rockstar Games, it has be returned.
First spotted by @chndlerz on Twitter (currently known as X), the 2006 album is playable on Spotify in February 2024. It is unknown when exactly this did occur though. chndlerz claims they attempted to play the soundtrack over a month ago and it was not playable. This suggests the change in availability was quite recent. However, it is up in the air.
Clocking in at 59 minutes and 17 seconds long, the soundtrack features 26 total tracks. Unfortunately, the list on Spotify does not include all of the tracks found in the game such as “The Big Game.” This has disappointed some fans already but they’re also happy to have something on their music streaming platform of choice.
You can listen to the Bully Soundtrack on Spotify here.
Some fans of this game have speculated if the return of the soundtrack indicates Bully 2 coming out but that seems unlikely. We’ve reported on the various leaks of Bully 2 in the past. This includes casting calls for the project that were sent RockstarINTEL. Ultimately, it appears to have been cancelled and Rockstar Games are all in on GTA VI.
Will you be adding the Bully soundtrack to your Spotify library? What track are your favourites? Let us know down below in the comments section.
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