Annotation

This is an unofficial compilation of the songs used in the film Zombieland.
Click here for the original score by David Sardy.

Annotation last modified on 2012-10-08 07:19 .

Tracklist

Digital Media 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 (Don't Fear) The Reaper
Blue Öyster Cult 4.4 5:07
2 Feels So Good
Chuck Mangione 1:22
3 It's Only Wednesday
Crash Kings 3:03
4 Kingdom of Rust
Doves 5 5:11
5 I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
Hank Williams 3 2:48
6 The Star Spangled Banner
John Stafford Smith 1:11
7 Popular
Kristin Chenoweth 3 3:46
8 Feel Good About It
Marching Band 2:46
9 For Whom the Bells Tolls
Metallica 4.75 5:11
10 Gold Guns Girls
Metric 4:06
11 Puppy Love
Paul Anka 3 2:45
12 Ghostbusters
Ray Parker Jr. 4.15 4:04
13 Hard to Come Back
Success 3:34
14 Your Touch
The Black Keys 2:57
15 Two of the Lucky Ones
The Droge & Summers Blend 3:30
16 Salute Your Solution
The Raconteurs 3 3:00
17 Everybody Wants Some!!
Van Halen 4 5:09
18 The Oh! Sweet Nuthin'
The Velvet Underground 7:27
19 Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain
Willie Nelson 2:57
20 The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 4:08

Credits

Digital Media 1

anthem of:
United States (1931-03-03 –) (track 6)
electric bass guitar [bass]:
Cliff Burton (1984-02-20 – 1984-03-14) (track 9)
drums (drum set) [drums]:
Lars Ulrich (1984-02-20 – 1984-03-14) (track 9)
electric guitar [lead guitar]:
Kirk Hammett (1984-02-20 – 1984-03-14) (track 9)
electric guitar [rhythm guitar]:
James Hetfield (1984-02-20 – 1984-03-14) (track 9)
assistant producer:
Flemming Rasmussen (track 9)
Mark Whitaker (track 9)
composer:
Paul Anka (track 11)
Brendan Benson (track 16)
Cliff Burton (track 9)
James Hetfield (track 9)
Metric (indie rock) (track 10)
Ray Parker Jr. (track 12)
Fred Rose (songwriter) (track 19)
Stephen Schwartz (track 7)
Lars Ulrich (track 9)
Jack White (White Stripes/Raconteurs) (track 16)
Donald Roeser (track 1)
Lou Reed (track 18)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 5)
John Stafford Smith (1780) (track 6)
engineer:
Flemming Rasmussen (track 9)
Andy Abrams (track 1)
Donn Landee (track 17)
Shelly Yakus (track 1)
lead vocals:
James Hetfield (1984-02-20 – 1984-03-14) (track 9)
lyricist:
Paul Anka (track 11)
James Hetfield (track 9)
Ray Parker Jr. (track 12)
Fred Rose (songwriter) (track 19)
Stephen Schwartz (track 7)
Donald Roeser (track 1)
Lou Reed (track 18)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 5)
Francis Scott Key (1814) (track 6)
producer:
Murray Krugman (track 1)
David Lucas (track 1)
Metallica (track 9)
Ray Parker Jr. (track 12)
Sandy Pearlman (track 1)
Ted Templeman (track 17)
vocals:
David Lee Roth (track 17)
Kristin Chenoweth (track 7)
writer:
Michael Anthony (US bassist, formerly of Van Halen) (track 17)
Jimi Goodwin (track 4)
David Lee Roth (track 17)
Alex Van Halen (track 17)
Eddie Van Halen (track 17)
Andy Williams (of Doves) (track 4)
Jez Williams (track 4)
phonographic copyright by:
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008; do not use if a specific sub-label is available) (1976) (track 1)
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004; operated worldwide except in JP) (1976) (track 1)
Precious Metal Music (1984) (track 9)
RCA Records (not for release label use! for the imprint, please use “RCA” instead) (2016 –) (track 12)
Blackened Recordings (copyrights holder, do not use as label!) (2016) (track 9)
publisher:
Diamond Dave Music (track 17)
IQ Music Ltd. (track 12)
Mugambi Publishing (track 17)
Raydiola Music (track 12)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (track 5)
WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) (track 17)
Rare Blue Music Inc (1988 – ????) (track 6)
Vinnie Vincent Music (1988 – ????) (track 6)
mixed at:
recorded at:
Sweet Silence Studios (Strandlodsvej) in Copenhagen, Capital Region of Denmark, Denmark (1984-02-20 – 1984-03-14) (track 9)
has remixes:
karaoke versions:
Ghostbusters by [unknown] (track 12)
mash-ups:
Bustin by Neil Cicierega (track 12)
Galobusters by Triple-Q (track 12)
HAPPY HALLOWEEN by toonlink (track 12)
Numbers by Neil Cicierega (track 12)
Surfbusters by G3RSt (track 12)
Thunder Busters by Wax Audio (track 12)
sampled by:
Mope by Bloodhound Gang (track 9)
Steady Shock by Girl Talk (track 1)
arrangements:
Star Spangled Banner (for banjo, arr. Charles Wood) (track 6)
The Star Spangled Banner (arr. Grafulla) (track 6)
The Star-Spangled Banner (catch-all for arrangements) (track 6)
The Star-Spangled Banner (for band, Sousa) (track 6)
The Star-Spangled Banner (for orchestra and choir ad libitum, arr. Stravinsky) (track 6)
cover recording of:
is based on:
I Want a New Drug (track 12)
is the basis for:
America (Laibach song, based on "The Star-Spangled Banner") (track 6)
Gothbusters (track 12)
Popular Song (MIKA's original "updated cover" version, from the album "The Origin of Love") (track 7)
Popular Song (MIKA's revised "updated cover" version, released as single) (track 7)
Star-Spangled (track 6)
Sucka Busta (track 12)
Vü föd ned (track 5)
later parody versions:
America (Laibach song, based on "The Star-Spangled Banner") (track 6)
Govs dakters (track 12)
Grindfuckers (track 12)
Gutbuster (track 12)
later translated parody versions:
Humpauttajat (track 12)
Subnormix (track 12)
later translated versions:
GHOST BUSTERS (track 12)
ポピュラー ("Popular", from the JP version of the musical Wicked) (track 7)
later versions:
For Whom the Bell Tolls (S&M version) (track 9)
Ghostbusters (additionally written by Run-D.M.C.) (track 12)
recording of:
Ghostbusters (track 12)
Gold Guns Girls (track 10)
Kingdom of Rust (track 4)
Oh! Sweet Nuthin' (track 18)
Popular ("Wicked") (track 7)
Puppy Love (track 11)
(Don’t Fear) The Reaper (1976-03) (track 1)
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1984-02-20 – 1984-03-14) (track 9)
referred to in medleys:

Release Group

IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1156398/ [info]
Wikipedia: en: Zombieland [info]