Men, Women & Children Soundtrack: Listen to all 26 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 26 songs that can be heard in the movie “Men, Women & Children”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.


All 26 songs featured in “Men, Women & Children”:


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Melancholy Blues - Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven
Timestamp: 0:01 | Scene: This song can be heard right at the beginning of the movie. The opening credits are playing.
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Wigwam - Bob Dylan
Timestamp: 0:04 | Scene: Don searches for porn on his son's computer.
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A Great Design - Black Marble
Timestamp: 0:09 | Scene: Donna picks up Hannah from school. Brandy's mother searches Facebook.
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Dye the Water Green - Bibio
Timestamp: 0:16 | Scene: Alison smells the delicious cake. Donna downloads some photos to her computer.
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I Feel Love - Nick Hallett & Ray Sweeten
Timestamp: 0:18 | Scene: Chris and Hannah write lewd text messages to each other.
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Die Young - KE$HA
Timestamp: 0:22 | Scene: Hannah and her mother find the acting agency in the mall.
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Buried Matchbox - Bibio
Timestamp: 0:28 | Scene: Tim writes Brandy a message via Facebook.
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Autumn Struck - Bibio
Timestamp: 0:31 | Scene: Allison eats a muffin for lunch.
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Look Out Weekend (feat. Nina Sky) - Kid Sister
Timestamp: 0:45 | Scene: Donna takes a picture of her daughter, during dance class.
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Expedition: Page 45 - Kid Koala
Timestamp: 0:53 | Scene: Tim searches Brandy's Tumblr page.
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Unicorn - Four Tet
Timestamp: 0:54 | Scene: Helen wants to meet with her "sister."
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She’s Gone - Daryl Hall & John Oates
Timestamp: 0:57 | Scene: Don and Helen are each waiting for their affairs.
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The First Daffodils - Bibio
Timestamp: 1:08 | Scene: Tim and Brandy kiss for the first time.
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Preen Your Own Wings - Bibio
Timestamp: 1:15 | Scene: Brandy visits Tim and gives him a kiss. Her mother follows her and catches everything. Don and Helen continue to cheat on each other. Allison is admitted to the hospital.
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Strange Nostalgia for the Future - Cut Copy
Timestamp: 1:23 | Scene: Alison writes the guy a message and tells him that she had a miscarriage. The guys congratulate Chris for the fact that he and Hannah had sex.
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Never - Koreless
Timestamp: 1:32 | Scene: The football game starts. Patricia searches Brandy's chat logs.
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Nightfall (Pale Blue) - Kid Koala & Emiliana Torrini
Timestamp: 1:36 | Scene: Song can be heard in the credits.
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J.S. Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F - Hedwig
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J.S. Bach: Gavotte En Rondeau - Arthur Grumiaux
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Petrichor - Bibio
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Phantom Brickworks - Bibio
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Overlord - Black Label Society
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Evening Raga - Michel Guay & Roger Abaji
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Privet - Bibio
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Nightfall (Pale Blue) - Kid Koala & Emiliana Torrini
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The First Daffodils - Bibio
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What’s the movie about?
Seven families in a suburb of Austin, Texas. Daughters, sons, mothers, fathers. All just normal crazy, all looking for a little piece of the great happiness that is so close and yet seems so unreachably far away. The men look for pornographic distraction on the Internet, the women miss tenderness and fulfillment, the boys are obsessed with “World of Warcraft,” the girls put pressure on themselves to become even thinner and prettier. Everyone longs for real contact in a real world, but everyone lives past each other. And the simple, supposedly infinite possibilities of modern communication make everything even more complicated – and create an existence marked by digital proximity and analog alienation.

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