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 17 songs that can be heard in the movie “Death Proof”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.
All 17 songs featured in “Death Proof”:
"The Last Race" by Jack Nitzsche Timestamp:0:01 | Scene: Opening credits. Opening scenes. Girls feet on dashboard, Jungle Julia lies on a sofa, car racing through the country, girls arrive at Jungle Julia's house.
"Baby It's You" by Smith Timestamp:0:14 | Scene: Jungle Julia billboard. 2 girls enter the bar, Julia shakes her head to the music, the music ends to clapping.
"Jeepster" by T. Rex Timestamp:0:16 | Scene: Julia takes her call outside because of the music in the bar. Shanna talks to some bloke about her name.
"Sally & Jack" (from the motion picture "Blow Out") by Pino Donaggio Timestamp:0:17 | Scene: Julia texts some bloke called Chris as she sits on a table. Shanna talks the bloke again and Julia gets a text back from Chris.
"Jeepster" by T. Rex Timestamp:0:18 | Scene: Warren sends over some shots and they drink them. Arlene goes outside for a smoke.
"Good Love, Bad Love" by Eddie Floyd Timestamp:0:19 | Scene: Back in the bar a record spins. Some guy gets the drinks order and goes to the bar. Arlene sits outside smoking.
"Staggolee" by Pacific Gas & Electric Timestamp:0:22 | Scene: A new record plays on the jukebox in the bar. Stuntman Mike eats. 2 guys talk about the girls trip and has a plan to buy the girls shots. Stuntman Mike looks behind him at the group.
"The Love You Save (May Be Your Own)" by Joe Tex Timestamp:0:28 | Scene: Arlene puts on a record and dances in front of the jukebox. She sits back down and looks at Stuntman Mike and Pam at the bar. Some girls come into the bar. Stuntman Mike talks about Julia to Pam.
"Down in Mexico" by The Coasters Timestamp:0:38 | Scene: Arlene performs a lap dance for Stuntman Mike.
"Hold Tight" by Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Titch Timestamp:0:49 | Scene: Plays on the car radio in the girls car. Julia gets into it. Shanna pretends to play the drums. Stuntman Mike overtakes them.
"It's So Easy" by Willy DeVille Timestamp:0:55 | Scene: Lebanon, Tennessee. Stuntman Mike pulls up outside a shop in his car. Black and white film. He sees girls in a nearby car. He turns the radio off.
"Baby It's You" by Smith Timestamp:0:59 | Scene: Black and white film. Stuntman Mike gets out of his car and hears Lee singing from the car. He throws his keys down and touches Abernathy's feet.
"Introduction" from "Twisted Nerve" by Bernard Herrmann Timestamp:1:01 | Scene: Stuntman Mike screams away from the shop in his car as the girls look on.
"Unexpected Violence (Violenza inattesa)" from the motion picture "L'Uccello dalle Piume di Cristallo" by Ennio Morricone Timestamp:1:05 | Scene: Stuntman Mike takes pictures of the girls as they walk.
"Riot in Thunder Alley" by Eddie Beram Timestamp:1:32 | Scene: Zoe rides on the car hood. Stuntman Mike watches them with his binoculars then takes off after them. He rams their car.
"Chick Habit" by April March Timestamp:1:49 | Scene: End credits.
"Laisse Tomber Les Filles" by April March Timestamp:1:51 | Scene: Almost imperceptibly follows "Chick Habit" in the end credits.
What’s the movie about?
Two different groups of voluptuous women are pursued at different times by a scarred stuntman who uses his “surefire” cars to carry out his murderous plans.
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