Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 22 songs that can be heard in the movie “Mid90s”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 22 songs featured in “Mid90s”:
93 'Til Infinity - Souls of Mischief Scene: Stevie enters the skateboard store for the first time.
Wave of Mutilation (UK Surf) - Pixies Scene: The boys are watching skate videos. Stevie buys a skateboard magazine to decorate his room with posters.
Supertouch/Shitfit - Bad Brains Scene: Stevie storms into a toilet to wash out the cigarette taste in his mouth with soap.
Big Wide World - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Scene: Stevie sees the guys skating for the first time.
Where Did You Sleep Last Night - Nirvana Scene: Estee shows Stevie Angela's room.
Hybrid Moments - The Misfits Scene: Stevie buys the skateboard from Ruben.
Gyöngyhajú lány - Omega Scene: Stevie is trying a jump. He fails.
Dance - ESG Scene: At the skateboard store: Everyone skates and celebrates.
Passin' Me By - The Pharcyde Scene: Song can be heard in the skate video "mid 90s".
Further Along - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Scene: Stevie and Ruben fight.
We'll Let You Know - Morrissey Scene: Stevie and Ray skate together.
Watermelon Man - Herbie Hancock Scene: Everybody on the bus does drugs. They are on their way to a party.
The Start of Things - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Scene: Song can be heard in the credits of the movie.
Sucka Nigga - A Tribe Called Quest Scene:
Ya Playin' Yaself - Jeru the Damaja Scene:
Mistadobalina - Del the Funky Homosapien Scene:
1-800 Suicide - Gravediggaz Scene:
Put It On - Big L Scene:
Liquid Swords - GZA Scene:
When the Sh-- Goes Down - Cypress Hill Scene:
Finding a Place - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross Scene:
Tearz - Wu-Tang Clan Scene:
What’s the movie about? The movie “Mid90s” takes place in the 90’s in the USA. The comedy is about 13-year-old Stevie (Sunny Suljic), who lives together with his brother and his single mother Dabney (Katherine Waterston) in a small apartment. Stevie plays “Street Fighter II” with his friends and listens to his brother’s mixtapes. One day he makes friends with the cool guys from the local skater shop, who are all a bit older than him. Stevie suddenly has access to forbidden parties, makes girl acquaintances and has trouble with the police. Stevie feels free and can finally free himself from the clutches of his mother and the tyranny of his brutal brother. But at some point Stevie has to realize that his new friends aren’t the best role models either…