DC Universe’s Titans: The essential soundtrack playlist

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Titans — Ep. 105 — Photo Credit: Christos Kalohoridis / 2018 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Episode 6: “Jason Todd”

“oh baby” by LCD Soundsystem

Robin 2.0, Jason Todd (Curran Walters), isn’t one to sit out a mission. When he’s carded by a bouncer for being underage, Jason sneaks into a nightclub, ostensibly to help Dick Grayson’s investigation, but instead tries to hit on a customer, which eventually leads to him starting a fight. Thankfully, Dick is there to stop him from doing too much damage.

Episode 7: “Asylum”

“Little Dark Age” by MGMT

Rachel and Gar, like the rebellious children that they are, swipe Starfire’s phone and Uber it to The Organization’s secret experimentation facility to rescue Rachel’s birth mother, Angela. Unbeknownst to them, they are headed for a trap. This is why Dick told them to wait until he had a plan, but kids never listen.

Episode 8: “Donna Troy”

“Touch Too Much” by AC/DC

Starfire, Gar and Rachel, along with Rachel’s mother, Angela (Rachel Nichols), make a quick getaway when their train is surrounded by officers ready to take down Kory for her attack on the police officers earlier in the season. What better way to make an escape than to the ear-shattering tunes of AC/DC? Kory, for one, is definitely a fan.

Episode 9: “Hank and Dawn”

“Like A G6” by Far East Movement ft. The Cataracs, DEV

Hank Hall is totally fine and enjoying an after-party when his brother Don (Elliott Knight) comes a-calling. Don is concerned about Hank having a concussion, but Hank is having the time of his life, even if it means getting knocked out during a game of football. If only he didn’t have to prove himself wrong by collapsing in his brother’s arms.

“If Only” by Maria Taylor ft. Conor Oberst

Hank and Dawn have both lost the only two people they loved the most. When therapy grief sessions aren’t helping, they gravitate to each other in an attempt to piece together the joy they miss. They grab an afternoon tea, which Dawn had taken her mother to, and Hank introduces Dawn to his brother’s favorite pizza place.

Episode 10: “Koriand’r”

“Need A Little Time” by Courtney Barnett

Dick and Donna Troy (Conor Leslie) are hot on the heels of Kory Anders after Kory tried to kill Rachel. Dick is adamant there must be a logical reason for Kory’s actions, as he firmly believes she would never intentionally hurt the child. Of course, Donna can see right through him and knows he’s making silly excuses, because he “has a thing for dangerous women.”

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Episode 11: “Dick Grayson”

“Wouldn’t It Be Nice” by The Beach Boys

Dick Grayson is enjoying his retirement in California. He has a loving family in wife Dawn and feisty son Johnny. Not to mention, there’s another little one on the way. So, of course Jason Todd has to show up and ruin the fun. Batman needs help, Jason tells him and Dick is the only one who can save him. But does Dick want to?