Soundtracks (26)

  • Brand New Car
    Written by Scott Williams, Tim Curran
    Performed by Buddy Scott Trio
    Buddy Scott Trio appears courtesy of Gridley Records, Inc.
  • Strangers In The Night
    Written by Bert Kaempfert, Charles Singleton, Eddie Snyder
    Performed by Wayne Newton
    Courtesy of Capitol Records
    Under license from EMI Film & TV Music
  • Mr. E's Beautiful Blues
    Written by Mark Oliver Everett (as E), Michael Simpson
    Performed by Eels (as EELS)
    Courtesy of DreamWorks Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • The Best Is Yet To Come
    Written by Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh
    Performed by Michael Andrews
    Courtesy of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music Inc.
  • Jungle Telegraph
    Written by Mark Oliver Everett (as E)
    Performed by Eels (as EELS)
    Courtesy of DreamWorks Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • Family Tree
    Written and Performed by Ben Kweller
    Courtesy of ATO Records/The RCA Records Label, a unit of BMG Music
    Under license from BMG Special Products
  • Lust For Life
    Written by David Bowie and Iggy Pop
    Performed by Buddy Scott Trio
    Buddy Scott Trio appears courtesy of Gridley Records, Inc.
  • The Anniversary Song
    Music by Iosif Ivanovici, arranged by Saul Chaplin
    Lyrics by Al Jolson and Saul Chaplin
    Performed by The Arthur Murray Orchestra (as Arthur Murray Orchestra)
    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label, a unit of BMG Music
    Under license from BMG Special Products
  • Process
    Written by James Murphy
    Performed by Reno's Men
    Courtesy of Dorky Boy, Inc.
  • Kamera
    Written by Jay Bennett, Jeff Tweedy (as Jeffrey Tweedy)
    Performed by Wilco
    Courtesy of Nonesuch Records
    By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
  • Drive
    Written and Performed by James Murphy
    Courtesy of Dorky Boy, Inc.
  • One By One All Day
    Written by James Mercer
    Performed by The Shins
    Courtesy of Sub-Pop Records
  • The Object
    Written by Mark Oliver Everett (as Honky), Rock-A-Lot, Bandit
    Performed by Mark Oliver Everett (as MC Honky)
    Courtesy of MC Honky, Inc.
  • Across The Alley From The Alamo
    Written by Joe Greene
    Performed by Bob Wills
    Courtesy of MCA Nashville
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • You Gotta Feel It
    Written by Britt Daniel
    Performed by Spoon
    Courtesy of Merge Records
  • Cherokee Maiden
    Written by Cindy Walker
    Performed by Bob Wills
    Courtesy of MCA Nashville
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • Bobbie Sue
    Written by Wood Newton, Adele Tyler, Dan Tyler
    Performed by The Oak Ridge Boys (as The Oakridge Boys)
    Courtesy of MCA Nashville
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • Knock Three Times
    Written by L. Russell Brown (as Russell Brown), Irwin Levine
    Performed by Tony Orlando & Dawn
    Courtesy of Arista Records, Inc.
    Under license from BMG Special Products, Inc.
  • Islands In The Stream
    Written by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, Robin Gibb
  • New Shoes
    Written and Performed by The Briefs
    Courtesy of Interscope Records
    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • Born Free
    Written by John Barry, Don Black (as Donald Black)
    Performed by Buddy Scott Trio
    Buddy Scott Trio appears courtesy of Gridley Records, Inc.
  • How It Should Be (Sha Sha)
    Written by Ben Kweller, Joe Butcher
    Performed by Ben Kweller
    Courtesy of ATO Records/The RCA Records Label, a unit of BMG Music
    Under license from BMG Special Products
  • Blink
    Written by Ringo Starr (as Richard Starkey), Dean Grakal, Mark Hudson,Steve Dudas
    Performed by Ringo Starr
    Courtesy of KOCH Entertainment
    Under license from KOCH Records, a KOCH Entertainment Company
  • New Day
    Written and Performed by James Murphy
    Courtesy of Dorky Boy, Inc.
  • Dr. Earl Radio Show
    Taken from Earl Nightingale's Gold Record Recording of "The Strangest Secret"
    Performed by Earl Nightingale
    Courtesy of Diana Nightingale
  • Wedding Recessional
    (uncredited)
    Written by Felix Mendelssohn