SOMETHING BORROWED SOUNDTRACK
Something Borrowed Soundtrack
Songs from the movie:
Rachel walks into the club at the start of the movie.
Give It to Me – Classic & DeeKompressors
The song that starts playing as Rachel gets her surprise.
Heart Sick – Ali King
Claire comes up to Ethan and starts annoying him at the party. She asks him to go some place intimate with her.
Shoop – Salt-n-Pepa
Darcy starts her speech and this song plays at the start of the slideshow.
Push It – Salt-n-Pepa
Plays during the slideshow as Darcy talks abot Rachel.
Satellites – Matthew Perryman Jones
Dex and Rachel get one more drink after her party. Plays at the bar.
The World I Know – Collective Soul
Rachel remembers back to her and Dex studying in the library together.
Right Behind the Rain – Phil Dutra
Rachel walks into the bar to meet Dex for drinks.
Breathe (2 AM) – Anna Nalick
Rachel and Dex continue to chat at the bar as they talk about their first kisses.
Savoy Girl – P.O.E.
Darcy rocks up at the bar while Rachel and Dex are talking.
Ring a Ling (featured In Gossip Girl) – Miss Eighty 6
Darcy pulls up outside Rachel’s house. This song is playing in her car.
New Shoes – Paolo Nutini
They drive down to the Hamptons.
Groove Me – King Floyd
They go to a bar after arriving at the hamptons and getting drunk on the beach.
How’s It Going to Be? – PT Walkley
Rachel watches this live band when she’s supposed to meet Darcy.
Came to Party – Miss Eighty6
Playing at the bar as Ethan pretends to be gay to get rid of Claire.
Ms. New Booty – Bubba Sparxxx
Rachel grabs Marcus and dances next to Dex to try to make him jelous.
Horror Story – Miss Eighty6
Darcy has taken Rachel shopping, and they talk about her wedding vows.
Crank It Up (feat. Sherry St. Germain) – Hipjoint
It’s the fourth of july weekend. Dex arrives at Rachel’s house.
The Longer I Run – Peter Bradley Adams
Dex and Rachel kiss on their 4th of july weekend.
My First Wish – Miss Eighty 6
Playing in the limo as Rachel and Darcy get out and go into Rachels house.
Cast Your Cares Away – Paul Mottram
During their sleepover party with Rachel and Darcy. Dex calls on the phone.
Push It – Salt-n-Pepa
Darcy plays this song in Rachel’s apartment to celebrate her and ethan.
Quiet Night – Alana D
At the bar after the badminton secret fight. Claire realizes that Ethan is never going to love her.
Fake Plastic Trees – Radiohead
Rachel walks out on Dex into the rain. She tells him to make a decision. She has a flashback and runs back to the bar and says i love you.
Poison & Wine – The Civil Wars
After Dex tells Rachel he can’t cancel the wedding. She goes to London to see Ethan.
Little Too Much – Natasha Bedingfield
After Rachel and Darcy meet in the street. Dex calls Rachel and they meet before the movie ends. First song during end credits.
Running Around In My Dreams – Tyrone Wells
Second song during end credits.
Get With You (Remix) – Shakti
Gettin’ Low – SWJ
I Like Dem Girls – Classic
Wanna Touch – DJ Axel
Madness – Maurice Jarre
After Tonight – George S. Clinton
The Big W – P.O.E.
Where I Go – Arthur Lewis
Sunrise – DJ Axel
Something Borrowed (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
1. Running Around In My Dreams – Tyrone Wells
2. Little Too Much – Natasha Bedingfield
3. Poison & Wine – The Civil Wars
4. The Longer I Run – Peter Bradley Adams
5. Crank It Up (feat. Sherry St. Germain) – Hipjoint
6. Groove Me – King Floyd
7. Push It – Salt-N-Pepa
8. Round Here – Pt Walkley
9. How’s It Going To Be? – Pt Walkley
10. The World I Know – Collective Soul
11. Wanna Touch Dj Axel
Luke Greenfield’s Something Borrowed stars Ginnifer Goodwin as Rachel, a 30-year-old lawyer always able to put aside what she wants for the betterment of her BFF since childhood, Darcy (Kate Hudson), a sexy extrovert who never met a party or a drink she didn’t like. Darcy is marrying Dex (Colin Egglesfield), Rachel’s study partner from law school, and the guy she’s had a massive crush on since they took their first Torts class together. When Dex and Rachel finally hook up just months before the wedding, he realizes he might be marrying the wrong woman, but pressures from his parents corner him into going through with his duties, even if it’s not what his heart wants. Meanwhile, Rachel’s other best friend, Ethan (John Krasinski), does his best to convince her to make a big play for Dex before it’s too late. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Cast: Kate Hudson, Ginnifer Goodwin, John Krasinski, Colin Egglesfield, Steve Howey
Director: Luke Greenfield