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Bro, Get Hype: All The Songs In ‘Entourage’ Including Pharrell Williams, Tame Impala, Snoop Dogg, Rolling Stones, & More

Bro, Get Hype: All The Songs In ‘Entourage’ Including Pharrell Williams, Tame Impala, Snoop Dogg, Rolling Stones, & More

It’s not featured on the original soundtrack release, which only has 14 songs, but did you know that a previously unreleased track from Tom Petty’s classic Wildflowers album is used in the “Entourage” movie? The cut, “Somewhere Under Heaven,comes from Wildflowers: All the Rest, a collection that gathers all the material that didn’t make Petty’s seminal second solo effort, an album that is due sometime later this year hopefully.

But dude, don’t let us scare you off with the dad rock talk. Vinnie and the boys hit theaters this week (our review) and while the aforementioned “Entourage” soundtrack only has just over a dozen tracks on it, the full movie features over 30 totally sick songs (most of them anyhow). Apart from the released soundtrack — whic features Pharrell Williams, Diplo, The National, Tame Impala, and Jane’s Addiction’s theme song, “Superhero” — the full extended soundtrack of the movie also features cuts by Snoop Dogg, Slum Village, The Rolling Stones, Violent Femmes, Tom Morrello, The Who, Johnny Cash, and Queens of the Stone Age.

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OK, maybe what’s left off the soundtrack is a little dad-rocky, but still, dudes, you gotta make that mixtape and prep for tonight, no? Full details below followed by available music cuts on the next page.

“Figure It Out”
Written by Michael Kerr and Ben Thatcher
Performed by Royal Blood

“Pushing On”
Written by Will Holland, Oliver Siebert and Jules Muff
Performed by Oliver $ & Jimi Jules

“Digital Love,” “Still In Love,” “Big,” “Good World” and “Cut This”
Written by Richard Velonskis
Performed by Rich Skillz

“Superhero”
Written by Robert Alan Ezrin, Perry Farrell, David Michael Navarro and Stephen Andrew Perkins
Performed by Jane’s Addiction

“Love Buzz”
Written by Robert van Leeuwen

“Smooth Sailing”
Written by Joshua Homme, Troy Van Leeuwen, Michael Shuman and Dean Fertita
Performed by Queens of the Stone Age

“Feeling Your Girl”
Written and performed by Nicholas “Aqua” McCarrell

“I’m A Man”
Written by Ellas McDaniel
Performed by Arnaud Rebotini and Ivan Smagghe p.k.a. Black Strobe

“(Ghost) Riders In The Sky”
Written by Stan Jones
Performed by Johnny Cash

“Tainted”
Written by R.L. Altman III, Titus Glover, Dwele, Jason R. Powers and Karriem Riggins
Performed by Slum Village

“Peaches N Cream”
Written by Cornell Haynes Jr., Calvin Broadus, Pharrell Williams, Robert Ginyard Jr., George Clinton Jr., James Brown, Walter Morrison, Garry Shider and Mary Brockert
Performed by Snoop Dogg feat. Charlie Wilson

“Cruisin'”
Written by Ramble Krohn and D. Price
Performed by STSxRJD2

“Drop”
feat. Big Freedia
Written by Steve Guess, William Grigahcine, Freddie Ross and Thomas Pentz
Performed by Diplo & DJ Snake

“Express Yourself”
feat. Nicky Da B
Written by Thomas Pentz and Nickesse Toney
Performed by Diplo

“Push”
featuring Andrew Wyatt
Written by Mark Foster, Mathieu Jomphe-Lepine, Alain Macklovitch, David Macklovitch and Andrew Wyatt
Performed by A-Trak

“Darkness”
Written by Matthew Ward and Matthew Van Schie
Performed by Du Tonc

“Hunter”
Written and performed by Pharrell Williams
Courtesy of Columbia Records

“Hate Or Glory” and “Pursuit”
Written by Mike Lévy
Performed by Gesaffelstein

“Schemin’ Up”
(featuring Drake & P Reign)
Written by Matthew O’Brien, Raynford Humphrey, Matthew Samuels, Aubrey Graham, Matthew Burnett and Noah Shebib
Performed by OB O’Brien

“Tempting As You Are”
Written by Edward Butler, Sasha Keable and Rupert Wilson-Copp
Performed by Sasha Keable

“Like Liars”
Written by Amanda Warner, Peter Wade Keusch, Nathan Daniel Williams and Joel Williams
Performed by MNDR & Sweet Valley

“Give Up The Goods (Just Step)”
Written by Tajuan Akeom Perry, Mayfield W. Small Jr., Kamaal Ibn John Fareed, Kejuan Waliek Muchita and Albert Johnson
Performed by Mobb Deep feat. Big Noyd

“What Would U Do?”
Written by Ricardo Brown, Delmar Arnaud, Dwight Williams, Calvin C. Broadus and Jewell Caples
Performed by Tha Dogg Pound

“Bells”
Written by Allison Taylor and Felix Snow
Performed by Allison Taylor

“Elephant”
Written by Kevin Parker and Jay Watson
Performed by Tame Impala

“Beast of Burden”
Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
Performed by The Rolling Stones

“We Fly High”
Written by Zukhan Bey and Joseph Jones
Performed by Jim Jones

“Entrepreneurs”
Written by Sam Nelson Harris and Alex Grant
Performed by X Ambassadors

“King Of The Jungle”
Written and performed by Tom Morrello

“Add It Up”
Written by Gordon Gano
Performed by Violent Femmes

“Superthug”
Written by Deborah Harry, Chris Stein, Victor Santiago, Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo
Performed by Noreaga

“I Need My Girl”
Written by Aaron Dessner and Matthew Berninger
Performed by The National

“Eminence Front”
Written by Pete Townshend
Performed by The Who

“Feel So Good”
Written by George Brown, Ronald Bell, Robert Bell, Joe Galdo, Lawrence Dermer, Rafael Vigil, Robert Spike Mickens, Dennis Thomas, Allen Westfield, Claydes Smith, Sean Puffy Combs, Deric Angelettie and Mason “Mase” Betha
Performed by Mase

“Trumpet Voluntary”
Written by Jeremiah Clarke

“The Bridal Chorus”
Written by Richard Wagner

“Wedding March”
Written by Felix Mendlessohn

“Hava Naguila”
Traditional arranged by Tony Perdone

“Somewhere Under Heaven”
Written by Tom Petty and Michael Campbell
Performed by Tom Petty

“Here We Come”
Written by Andy Rose, Bayli Mckeithan, Daisy Spencer, Kaya Mckeithan, Russell Chell and Reef Mckeithan
Performed by The Skins
































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