There is a lot of music in Suicide Squad. In the first few minutes, there's actually a different classic tune for each new scene. Characters are introduced through the soundtrack, and that's mostly jukebox staples in addition to the songs on the official compilation album released in connection with the DC Comics adaptation. 

We previously shared the track list for the soundtrack album, which does include some of the previously released material, like Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Fortunate Son." It also has Harley Quinn's intro song, "You Don't Own Me," though in the movie it's the Lesley Gore original whereas the version on the album is by Grace with G-Eazy. 

The list below of every song in the movie in the order of its appearance comes to us via The Playlist. 

“House of the Rising Sun” — The Animals
“You Don’t Own Me” — Lesley Gore
“Sympathy for the Devil”— The Rolling Stones
“Standing in the Rain” — Action Bronson, Mark Ronson and Dan Auerbach
“Super Freak”— Rick James
“Purple Lamborghini” — Skrillex and Rick Ross
“Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap” — AC/DC
“Slippin’ into Darkness” — War
“Fortunate Son”— Creedence Clearwater Revival
“Black Skinhead”— Kanye West
“Gangsta” — Kehlani
“Over Here” — Rae Sremmurd feat. Bobo Swae
“Know Better” — Kevin Gates
“Paranoid” — Black Sabbath
“Seven Nation Army” — The White Stripes
“Without Me”—Eminem
“Spirit in the Sky” — Norman Greenbaum
“Come Baby Come”— K7
“I’d Rather Go Blind” — Etta James
“Symphony No. 3, Op. 36 'Symphony of Sorrowful Songs': III. Lento – Cantabile semplice” — Henryk Górecki
“Bohemian Rhapsody” — Queen
“Heathens” — twenty one pilots
“Sucker for Pain” — Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons with Logic and Ty Dolla $ign (Feat. X
Ambassadors)

There are a few clips online where you can hear the tunes in place. First is "Standing in the Rain," featured in a peek at the backstory of Deadshot (Will Smith):

 

In the background of this downtime bar scene, you can hear the Etta James tune "I'd Rather Go Blind":

 

And here's a new TV spot featuring "Sucker for Pain":

 

Suicide Squad and its soundtrack album were both released this weekend.