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‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’ Soundtrack Features The Lemonheads, Billy Joel & More Plus 2 New TV Spots And Poster

'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Soundtrack Features The Lemonheads, Billy Joel & More Plus 2 New TV Spots And Poster

Yes, some of us at The Playlist have seen the 3-hour ode to excess “The Wolf Of Wall Street,” and no, we’re not able to talk about it yet. But we can say this: when looking over the tracklisting for the upcoming soundtrack release, one of us quipped, “How is this soundtrack not a 5-disc box set?” Indeed, there is a lot of music in Martin Scorsese‘s upcoming epic but sixteen of those tracks have been rounded up into one place and it’s a pretty good mix.

Perhaps continuing a movie music year dominated by roots music (see “Inside Llewyn Davis” and “The Broken Circle Breakdown“), “The Wolf Of Wall Street” rolls hard with blues and jazz featuring Cannonball Adderley, Ahmad Jamal, Bo Diddley and Howlin’ Wolf. A little bit of pop shines through with Billy Joel, while The Lemonheads add a distinct ’90s flavor to the proceedings.

The disc will be yours to own digitally on December 17th, with the movie arriving on Christmas Day. Below, you can check out those ads, the full soundtrack tracklisting plus a new international poster for the movie. [Film Music Reporter/IMPA]



“The Wolf Of Wall Street” Soundtrack Tracklisting
1. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy – Cannonball Adderley
2. Dust My Broom – Elmore James
3. Bang! Bang! – Joe Cuba
4. Movin’ Out (Anthony’s Song) – Billy Joel
5. C’est Si Bon – Eartha Kitt
6. Goldfinger – Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings
7. Pretty Thing – Bo Diddley
8. Moonlight In Vermont (Live At The Pershing Lounge/1958) – Ahmad Jamal
9. Smokestack Lightning (Album Version) – Howlin’ Wolf
10. Hey Leroy, Your Mama’s Callin’ You – The Jimmy Castor Bunch
11. Double Dutch – Malcolm McLaren
12. Never Say Never – Romeo Void
13. Meth Lab Zoso Sticker – 7Horse
14. Road Runner (Single Version) – Bo Diddley
15. Mrs. Robinson (LP Version) – The Lemonheads
16. Cast Your Fate To The Wind – Allen Toussaint















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Comments

Eric S.

What are the other songs not included in the soundtrack?

Jesse

How does it not have the Matthew Mcconaughey humming-chest hitting song? There was even a complete song version that plays over the end titles, and was one of the most memorable moments of a great, great movie.

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