OK, despite delivering the relative funny, “Wanderlust” kind of tanked at the box-office this weekend. For shame. The David Wain-directed, Judd Apatow-produced film is pretty funny all things considered. Sure, Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston, the film’s two leads are a little dull, but the supporting cast, especially Ken Marino, is outstanding. You can’t win ’em all, I guess.
Set in a commune near Atlanta, there was no official soundtrack release for “Wanderlust,” but if you’re a classic rock fan, you’ll enjoy the list of songs in the film that includes the Doobie Brothers (of course), Three Dog Night, The Clash, plus the Spin Doctors and Jack White‘s Raconteurs to name a few. Below is a list of all the songs featured in the comedy.
“Black Water” – Doobie Brothers
“Jesus Is Just Alright” – Doobie Brothers
“Driver 8” – R.E.M.
“Home” – Chris Daughtry
“Never Been To Spain” – Three Dog Night
“Love Take Me Down (To The Streets)” – Charles Gansa, A .D . Miles
“Two Princes” – Spin Doctors
“Old Enough” – The Raconteurs
“Groovy Times” – The Clash
“Underdog” – Sly & the Family Stone
“I Come Tumblin’ ” – Grand Funk Railroad
“Save The Land” – Grand Funk Railroad