The entire Sex Education season 3 soundtrack to download once you've finished the show

Obsessed with Sex Education? Us too. Here are all the songs featured in the season 3 soundtrack

Sex Education Season 3. Emma Mackey as Maeve Wiley, Asa Butterfield as Otis Milburn in Episode 5 of Sex Education Season 3.
(Image credit: Sam Taylor/Netflix)

The Sex Education season 3 soundtrack is just as delightful as the series itself, and the incredible roster of artists just might distract you from the fact that Otis and Maeve—and the rest of the Moordale crew—left us on a cliffhanger. 

To accompany those steamy teen romances, naturally, are a few good songs—and then some. Musician Ezra Furman, the voice of the show, delights us with a few new tracks, plus we're treated to some fitting selections ("F*** the Pain Away", anyone?) from our go-to artists. 

Sex Education season 3 soundtrack

Sex Education season 3, episode 1

  • "I Think We're Alone Now" - The Rubinoos
  • "Hound Dog" - Big Mana Thornton
  • "Land of 1000 Dances" - Wilson Pickett
  • Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" - C+C Music Factor ft. Freedom Williams
  • "Hour of Deepest Need" - Ezra Furman
  • "Oh Yeah" - Yello
  • "Then She Kissed Me" - Hello

Sex Education season 3, episode 2 

  • "Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps" - Doris Day
  • "Fantastic Man" - William Onyeabor
  • "Piddily Patter Patter" - Nappy Brown
  • "F**k the Pain Away" - Peaches
  • "Dancing in Heaven (Orbital Be Bop)" - Q-Feel
  • "Can I Sleep In Your Brain" - Ezra Furman
  • "Save A Prayer" - Duran Duran
  • "Sound of Da Police" - KRS-One

Sex Education season 3, episode 3

  • "Rock Me Gently" - Andy Kim
  • "Think About You" - Square A Saw
  • "Macumba" - Titanic
  • "Blank Generation" - Richard Hell and the Voidoids
  • "Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels: - Todrick Hall
  • "The Man In Me" - Bob Dylan
  • "Your Party" - Ween
  • "Never My Love" - The Association
  • "Frying Pan" - Ezra Furman
  • "Tender" - Blur

Sex Education season 3, episode 4

  • "Don’t Sweat The Technique" - Eric B And Rakim
  • "So Much Love To Do" - Scout Niblet
  • "Stormy Weather" - Etta James
  • "Mysterious Power" - Ezra Furman and the Harpoons
  • "Shake Body" - Skales
  • "La Ballad des Gens Heureux" - Gerard Lenorman

Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson in Sex Education season one

(Image credit: Netflix)

Sex Education season 3, episode 5

  • "Mon Amour Mon Ami" - Marie Laforet
  • "Hot Topic" - Le Tigre
  • "Zou Bisou Bisou" - Gillian Hills
  • "Allez Donc Vous Faire Bronzer" - Sacha Distel
  • "Pump Up The Jam" - Technotronic
  • "I Wanna Love" - Scout Niblett
  • "The Breeze/My Baby Cries" - Bill Callahan
  • "When I Live My Dream" - David Bowie
  • "Your Young Voice" - King Creosote

Sex Education season 3, episode 6

  • "Under Pressure" - Queen and David Bowie
  • "Oyejo" - Fela Ransome Kuti & His Koola Lobito
  • "Sweet Mother" - Prince Nico Mbarga
  • "Short and Sweet" - Brittany Howard
  • "Joro" - Wizkid
  • "Attention" - Tiwa Savage

Sex Education season 3, episode 7

  • "F**k The Pain Away" - Peaches
  • "Hand Clapping Song" - The Meters
  • "Oogum Boogum Song" - Brenton Wood
  • "Going To Brighton" - Ezra Furman
  • "Breathe Your Name" - Sixpence None The Richer

Sex Education season 3, episode 8

  • "Summer Wine" - Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood
  • "Milkshake" - Kelis
  • "I Get Along Very Well Without You" - Chet Baker
  • "Save Me" - Aimee Mann
  • "Moanin’" - Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
  • "The Ballad of El Goodo" - Big Star

While we're still waiting to uncover the fate of Sex Education season 4, we'll gladly revel in the best of its most recent season. A Spotify playlist sounds like the perfect way to keep busy until the next installment hits our screens. (Hint, hint, Netflix.) 

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