Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 12 songs that can be heard in the drama film “American Made”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 12 songs featured in “American Made”:
A Fifth of Beethoven – Walter Murphy Scene: Song can be heard right at the beginning of the movie.
Let Your Love Flow – Bellamy Brothers Scene: Lucy prepares for Barry, who comes home any moment.
You Sexy Thing – Hot Chocolate Scene: Barry meets with CIA agent Schafer.
One Way Out – The Allman Brothers Band Scene: Barry flies over Honduras and Salvador in 1977. He joined the CIA.
Blue Bayou – Linda Ronstadt Scene: Barry is kidnapped. He is told to smuggle cocaine.
Black Widow Blues – Townes Van Zandt Scene: Barry moves with his family.
Hooked on Classics Parts 1 & 2 – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Scene: Barry's business is going well.
Rosa Negra – Tomborato Scene: Barry buries his money.
Slippery People – Talking Heads Scene: Barry is taken to the White House.
What Makes A Good Man? - The Heavy Scene: Barry starts his car and tells people to get out of the way.
Roubles, Pounds & Shekels - BlondeOnion Scene: 1st song, which can be heard in the credits.
Wah-Wah - George Harrison Scene: Song can be heard in the credits of the film.
What’s the movie about?
The drama “American Made” is about the pilot Barry Seal (Tom Cruise) who smuggles drugs and weapons across the borders into the USA in the 80s. One day he is picked up by the CIA. Barry is supposed to carry out dirty operations in South America for the CIA. Barry quickly realizes that despite everything he can still do his own business with the drug cartels. Soon his double life as a smuggler and secret agent makes him one of the richest men in the USA, but this quickly leads to new problems…