26 Jul 2018(51 Songs)
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Beck - Colors
John Frederick Spinks
Can - Ege Bamyasi (Remastered)
Derek & The Dominos - Goodfellas (Music from the Motion Picture)
Ending song of the trailer
The first song Daisy is playing on piano as Daniel walks into the drug dealers house.
Linda Ronstadt - The Best of Linda Ronstadt: The Capitol Years
Heard on a record player while Daniel is sitting in his room during the "three months earlier" introduction.
Ending song of the trailer, and the "celebratory" piano song played by Daisy in the drug deal scene with William Fichtner.
Roxette - Joyride (Deluxe Version)
In the beginning in the background of the "Cape Cod June 1991 summer birds/townies" narration.
The last song Daisy plays on piano when William Fichtner's character, Shep, shoots his gun to stop the music.
Just-Ice - Masterpiece
During the initial party scene before Daniel goes outside.
Carl Hakansson - Candles Glow
Plays when Daniel slams cardoor and says “I’ll be back” as he walks into the party to buy drugs.
Harry Nilsson - Nilsson Schmilsson
Heard when Daniel goes outside & sees Hunter drive up during the initial party scene.
The Outfield - Now That's What I Call the 80s
Plays at the end of the scene where Daniel hides something for Hunter who is being tailed by a cop at Daniel's place of employment.
Martin Rev - See Me Ridin'
Plays just before the opening title appears, after Daniel & Hunter enter the second party scene.
Chucho Merchan and Jimmy Zavala
Mott the Hoople - The Wackness (Deluxe Version) [Music from the Motion Picture]
Plays during McKayla's introduction at the drive in movie scene after she abruptly gets in the passenger seat of Daniel's car.
Chuck Jackson - The Scepter Records Story, Vol. 1
Heard on the radio when Daniel drives McKayla home, right after the drive in movie scene.
The Zombies - Retrospective: The Music of Mad Men (Original Series Soundtrack)
In the background of the scene where Hunter breaks down the items of the side business he's bringing Daniel into.
Jonathan Richman And The Modern Lovers - Roadrunner: The Beserkley Collection
McKayla and Daniel dancing sequence in the parking lot and breaking into the bar; Hunter and Amy at the carnival
Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers - Roadrunner: The Beserkley Collection
Ed Askew - For the World
Daniel and McKayla lying in the meadow and making love in his car
Suicide - A Way of Life
End scene where Daniel crashes car and Mckayla finds Hunter
Baltimora - Living In the Background
After successfully selling the first 5 pounds from Dex, a montage of Hunter, Daniel & Daniel’s cousin, Taylor, selling continuously increasing pounds.
Roxette - The Ballad Hits
Nick Nicely - Psychotropia
When Hunter beats the drug dealer that threatens Daniel
Uriah Heep - The Best of... Pt. 1
Daniels cousin runs back to daniels car after completing a drug mission successfully
Crybaby - True Love Will Find You in the End - Single
David Bowie - The Best of David Bowie 1969/1974
Daniel kisses McKayla at the carnival.
Ty Wagner - Walking Down Lonely Street - Single
Daniel hides Hunter’s marijuana in the register.
The Shangri-Las - Remember (Hits and Rarities from the Bad Girls of 60S Pop)
Cafe scene where Hunter & Amy meet
Gonn - don't Need Your Lovin' - Single
when Hunter drops Amy off at her house and she is running across the lawn and back up to her room while her dad (Calhoun) walks to her room
Wang Chung - 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Wang Chung
The Modern Lovers - The Modern Lovers (Reissue)
McKayla and Daniel dance in the parking lot sequence and break into the bar; Hunter and Amy at the carnival.
song playing at the ending scene of mckayla and daniel
Franz Schubert - Franz Schubert - Felix Mendelssohn - Antonín Dvořák: Selected symphonies
Timmy T - Time After Time
Arcade scene when hunter runs into Daniel with Mikayla
Grayson Voltaire - Orchestral Underscores
Chuco Merchan, Jimmy Zavala
Giuseppe Verdi, Ossie Bashiri
Jackie Stewart - Vintage Country 1957-1969
At the diner with Dex.
Joe Montgomery - The Ultimate 50's Rockin' Sci-Fi Disc (American Sci-Fi Songs from the 1950s)
Outside view of the diner.
Music plays on the car radio.
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