Soundtrack: Accepted

Each song is provided with a scene description and timestamp, as well as a full-length audio playback.

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Note: Below is a complete playlist of all 18 songs that can be heard in the comedy movie “Accepted”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.

All 18 songs featured in “Accepted”:

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U-Mass - Pixies
Timestamp: 0:04 | Scene: Bartleby nervously checks his mail and it isn't good news.
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Don't Stop - Fleetwood Mac
Timestamp: 0:07 | Scene: Party to celebrate people getting into college. Bartleby talks to Hands about him not getting the scholarship. Rory tells them she didn't get into Yale. Bartleby tries to leave but gets grabbed by Sherman's dad.
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Gravity Rides Everything - Modest Mouse
Timestamp: 0:12 | Scene: Bartleby watches Monica and her friends drive off as he mows the lawn. His dad talks to him about the website and gives him a cheque for the tuition.
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Declare Guerre Nucleaire - The Hives
Timestamp: 0:16 | Scene: Renovation on the building starts.
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Eleanor Rigby - David Schommer
Timestamp: 0:27 | Scene: Bartleby opens the door to see the hundreds of people that have been accepted. They make their way in.
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TKO - Le Tigre
Timestamp: 0:38 | Scene: Everyone having fun. Some guy skids along a water slide, guys play craps, some kid gets pushed into the pool wearing a straight jacket, girls paint each other. Glen stands in a boat. Bartleby's dad calls him. Bartleby tells him what classes he's taking.
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Where Do I Begin - The Chemical Brothers
Timestamp: 0:41 | Scene: Bartleby rides into Harmon on his bike to check out how the college works. He talks to a representative of the university and decides to take a tour. He realises how tough it is for students.
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Holiday - Green Day
Timestamp: 0:45 / 0:51 | Scene: The kitchen comes together. Ben talks to some kids about taxes. The half-pipe is built. 2 guys skate the half-pipe. The uniforms are created. The wall of classes takes shape. Glen cooks stuff. Ben talks to students about health insurance. Hands shows Bartleby his wooden carving. The uniforms are revealed. / Plays at the BKE frat party. Hoyt asks Gwen if she's heard of South Harmon. Sherman's dressed in a stupid costume. Monica walks in on Hoyt kissing Gwen.
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Keepin' Your Head Up - The Ringers
Timestamp: 0:59 | Scene: The band perform live. Ben signs his book for a girl. Glen faces a difficult choice.
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Blitzkrieg Bop - The Ringers
Timestamp: 1:00 | Scene: Bartleby joins the band on stage to perform.
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Close to Me - The Cure
Timestamp: 1:02 | Scene: Bartleby's clap on disco ball.
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Don't You Forget About Me - David Schommer
Timestamp: 1:03 | Scene: 3rd song at the big party. Harmon fraternity members and their girlfriends arrive. They confront Bartleby and Monica. They get back to dancing but Hoyt sets off the sprinklers. They turn it into a wet T-shirt party.
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Spotlite - The Ringers
Timestamp: 1:04 | Scene: Bartleby and Monica kiss.
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Holiday - Weezer
Timestamp: 1:08 | Scene: Morning after the party, everyone sleeps. Monica takes the group photo!
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Let The Drummer Kick - Citizen Cope
Timestamp: 1:12 | Scene: The parents find out the college is fake. Bartleby plays with his food at home. He rides through the abandoned college. He checks the mail on the front steps and reads a letter from the State Board of Accreditation.
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To Be Young (Is To Be Sad, Is To Be High) - Ryan Adams
Timestamp: 1:27 | Scene: The students continue to celebrate the boards decision. College is back! Ben talks to students about orientation. Bartleby hugs his parents. Rory in her meditation garden. Glen cooking in the kitchen. Hands talks to some prospective students. Monica takes Bartleby's photo.
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You Think We Suck - Ape Fight
Timestamp: 1:29 | Scene: End credits.
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Sherman's Way - David Schommer
Timestamp: 1:30 | Scene: End credits.

What’s the movie about?
A high school slacker, rejected by every school he applies to, decides to start his own college on a rundown lot near his hometown: the South Harmon Institute of Technology.

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