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 39 songs that can be heard in the movie “American Wedding”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.
All 39 songs featured in “American Wedding”:
"Laid" by Matt Nathanson Timestamp:0:01 | Scene: Logo and opening scene / Repeated.
"Certain Smile" by Joel Evans Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Restaurant background.
"Moonbeam Lullabye" by Daniel May Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Jim's proposal to Michelle.
"Times Like These" by Foo Fighters Timestamp:0:05 | Scene: After opening scene, at Mitchell's bar.
"Any Other Girl" by Nu Agenda Timestamp:0:06 | Scene: Jim and Michelle dance.
"Beloved" by The Working Title Timestamp:0:14 | Scene: Finch steals Cadence aways from Stifler.
"I Don't Give" by Avril Lavigne Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Engagement party.
"The Art of Losing" by American Hi-Fi Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Stifler enters the engagement party uninvited, played again later when Stifler runs to closet.
"Calling You" by Blue October Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Kevin again makes a toast to the next step.
"You Were Right" by Badly Drawn Boy Timestamp:0:15 | Scene: Michelle searching for the dress.
"Come Back Around" by Feeder Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Sporting goods store.
"Breeze" by Dos Pronto Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Jim's first dance lesson.
"Swing, Swing" by The All-American Rejects Timestamp:0:21 | Scene: Stifler asks Finch the capital of Thailand.
"I Want to Die a Beautiful Death" by Everclear Timestamp:0:21 | Scene: The guys drive to Chicago.
"Read My Lips", "Free Energy", "Don't Stop" by Rupert Parkes Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Techno music in background at gay bar.
"Maniac" by Michael Sembello Timestamp:0:26 | Scene: Dance-off between Stifler and Bear.
"Heaven Is a Place on Earth" by Belinda Carlisle Timestamp:0:27 | Scene: Dance-off between Stifler and Bear.
"Sweet Dreams" by Eurythmics Timestamp:0:27 | Scene: Dance-off between Stifler and Bear.
"Venus" by Bananarama Timestamp:0:27 | Scene: Dance-off between Stifler and Bear.
"The Reflex" by Duran Duran Timestamp:0:28 | Scene: Dance-off between Stifler and Bear.
"Round Round" by Sugababes Timestamp:0:28 | Scene: The gang exits the gay bar.
"Questions" by Molly Pasutti, Jamie Dunlap, Scott Nickoley Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Cadence's introduction, getting off the plane.
"Forget Everything" by New Found Glory Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Stifler and Jim talk on the football field.
"Can't Be That Hard" by Dos Pronto Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Second dance lesson.
"The Message" by Sylvia Robinson Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Stifler tells Jim passing up Nadia was the dumbest thing ever.
"Give Up the Grudge" by GOB Timestamp:0:42 | Scene: The gang approaches the house pre-bachelor party.
"Summertime Girls" by Baha Men Timestamp:0:43 | Scene: Strippers' entrance.
"Freakin' You" by Jungle Brothers Timestamp:0:45 | Scene: Kevin and the strippers dance (only in unrated version).
"I See You Baby" (Fatboy Slim Remix) by Groove Armada & Gram'ma Funk Timestamp:0:48 | Scene: Finch covers himself in chocolate.
"The Anthem" by Good Charlotte Timestamp:0:59 | Scene: Drive up to the hotel, Finch moons Stifler.
"Fever for the Flava" by Hot Action Cop Timestamp:1:03 | Scene: Jim shaves his pubes.
"Honey and the Moon" by Joseph Arthur Timestamp:1:18 | Scene: Walk on the beach after Stifler's ruined the flowers.
"The Hell Song" by Sum 41 Timestamp:1:19 | Scene: Stifler wakes the florist.
"Time For Heroes" by The Libertines Timestamp:1:21 | Scene: Stifler redeems himself and gets new flowers.
"The Long Day is Over" by Norah Jones Timestamp:1:30 | Scene: Walk down the aisle.
"Into the Mystic" by Van Morrison Timestamp:1:33 | Scene: First dance at reception.
"Into the Mystic" by The Wallflowers Timestamp:1:36 | Scene: The original by V.M. turns into the Wallflowers cover.
"Laid" by Matt Nathanson Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: 1st song in end credits.
"Bouncing Off the Walls" by Sugarcult Timestamp:1:40 | Scene: 2nd song in end credits.
What’s the movie about?
It’s Jim and Michelle’s wedding and the reunion of their families and friends, including Jim’s old friends from high school and Michelle’s little sister.