Wanderlust Soundtrack: Listen to all 14 songs with scene descriptions

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 14 songs that can be heard in the movie “Wanderlust”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.

All 14 songs featured in “Wanderlust”:

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Get Your Body - Baby & Craig Wedren
Timestamp: 0:01 | Scene: Song can be heard during the opening credits.
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Black Water - The Doobie Brothers
Timestamp: 0:09 | Scene: This is the song they sing in the car.
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Jesus Is Just Alright - The Doobie Brothers
Timestamp: 0:10 | Scene: The second song they sing in the car.
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Driver 8 - R.E.M.
Timestamp: 0:24 | Scene: They leave the commune and drive to Rick's house.
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Home - Daughtry
Timestamp: 0:26 | Scene: Rick takes George to his workplace.
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Two Princes - Spin Doctors
Timestamp: 0:35 | Scene: George plays this song on the guitar.
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Old Enough - The Raconteurs
Timestamp: 0:38 | Scene: Linda and George move into the commune.
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Underdog - Sly & The Family Stone
Timestamp: 0:46 | Scene: Linda hallucinates.
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I Come Tumblin - 'Grand Funk
Timestamp: 0:55 | Scene: Song can be heard during the protest.
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Save the Land - Grand Funk
Timestamp: 0:55 | Scene: 2nd song, which can be heard at the protest.
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Never Been to Spain - Three Dog Night
Timestamp: 1:03 | Scene: George is looking for Eva to have sex with. Wayne tells George about his book.
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Groovy Times - The Clash
Timestamp: 1:33 | Scene: Song can be heard in the credits. Outtakes can be seen.
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Love Take Me Down (To the Streets) - Joey Curatolo,
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What’s the movie about?
The comedy “Wanderlust” is about George (Paul Rudd) and Linda (Jennifer Aniston), who live as a married couple in New York. When George gets fired, they have to move to a more affordable area. They plan to live temporarily with George’s rich brother in Kansas. On the way there, they pass a commune that doesn’t really think much of hustle and career thinking. After some initial hesitation, they take a liking to their new surroundings. George and Linda feel at home with the hippies and soon rediscover themselves…

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