09 May 1986(33 Songs)
David Shire - The Taking of Pelham 123 (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)
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El DeBarge - 202 Motown Songs: The Complete No. 1s
00:29 While Stephanie is showing Number Five around her house, she turns on the radio to show him what "music" is, and this song is playing.
00:01 Opening scene. A man at the bar talks about Morality and Justice. Snippets of the string instrument are used throughout the film.
US Marine Band - 50 American Patriotic Military Songs
00:52 Number Five sings this song while driving.
Thierry Durbet - Brass Bang
00:02 The Butcher narrates about his life over a montage of still photographs. [1:25] End credits song.
00:08 The Butcher complains about his new life with his wife and her mother.
Bee Gees - Saturday Night Fever (The Original Movie Soundtrack) [Deluxe Edition]
01:00 You hear this song playing when Number Five is watching Saturday Night Fever at Stephanie's house.
00:08 The Butcher and his wife are at the deli. The wife asks him to get a job there.
01:01 Still watching Saturday Night Fever, Number Five dances with Stephanie while singing along with this song.
Thierry Durbet & Laurent - A Century of Sports - Retrospective
00:10 The Butcher is watching the Roubaix race on TV. His mother-in-law brings in a doctor who is looking for a night watchmen.
01:10 Plays in the background as Stephanie and Newton Crosby talking at the Black Lion Inn.
00:16 The nurse holds The Butcher after witnessing the death of one of her patients. The Butcher narrates about death.
Sir Malcolm Arnold - The Bridge On the River Kwai (Score from the Motion Picture)
01:14 Number Five whistles this while reprogramming the robots that were sent to capture him.
00:20 The Butcher watches a porno. He narrates about wanting to be remembered when he dies.
00:28 The trucker plays this song on the car stereo as they drive on the highway.
Zao - Moustique / Patron
00:31 Playing in another room as the Butcher enters his old apartment.
David Shire, Max Carl, Marcy Levy
00:38 Playing in the woman’s radio as she asks the Butcher for an “exchange”.
00:49 The landlord stops the Butcher at the front entrance and asks him for rent money.
01:10 A danger card flashes on the screen.
Jean-François Paillard & Orchestre de Chambre Jean-François Paillard - 40 Most Beautiful Orchestral Classics
01:19 The Butcher hugs his daughter. He proceeds to fondle his daughter on the bed.
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