Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 19 songs that can be heard in the comedy film “Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 19 songs featured in “Borat: Subsequent Moviefilm”:
Siki Siki Baba - Kocani Orkestar Timestamp:0:04 | Scene: At the beginning of the film: Borat gets his hair cut and prepares for his trip to the USA.
Kalasnjikov - Goran Bregovic Timestamp:0:06 | Scene: Borat travels to the USA.
I'm Coming Out - San Fran AllStars Timestamp:0:20 | Scene: The daughter of Borat gets a complete makeover.
Gipsy (Morris Corti Radio Edit) - My Firend Cope Timestamp:0:23 | Scene: Borat and his daughter Sandra dance in the street.
Ailili (Shantel DUB) - Shantel, Fanfare Ciocărlia Timestamp:0:40 | Scene: Borat gets a new chance. He shall now deliver his daughter to Rudi Giuliani.
Zadok the Priest, HWV 258 - Westminster Abbey Choir, Martin Neary, London Brass, English Chamber Orchestra, Martin Baker Timestamp:0:54 | Scene: Sandra touches her vagina for the first time.
Stuck In The Middle With You - Stealers Wheel Timestamp:1:04 | Scene: Borat spends the time in quarantine with two men.
Amari Szi, Amari - Csókolom Timestamp:1:22 | Scene: Borat and his daughter Sandra are running along the road after they set up Rudi Giuliani. They flee from the police.
I Am Your Gummy Bear - Fanfare Ciocarlia Timestamp:1:27 | Scene: Borat is back in his home village in Kazakhstan.
Just The Two of Us - Fanfare Ciocarlia Timestamp:1:30 | Scene: Song can be heard in the credits.
Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) - Little Big Timestamp:1:32 | Scene: 2nd song which can be heard in the credits.
Ederlezi - Goran Bregovic Scene:
Balada Lui Loan - Fanfare Ciocărlia Scene:
Lume Lume - Fanfare Ciocărlia Scene:
Manea Romi - Aleksandar Kashtanov, Bubamara Brass Band Scene:
Moliendo Café - Fanfare Ciocărlia Scene:
Cruzando el Campo - Fanfare Ciocărlia Scene:
Cucuritza - Fanfare Ciocărlia Scene:
Urn St. Tavern - Fanfare Ciocarlia, Adrian Rado Scene:
What’s the movie about?
Follow-up film to the 2006 comedy centering on the real-life adventures of a fictional Kazakh television journalist named Borat.