Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 17 songs that can be heard in the comedy film “The Bounty Hunter”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 17 songs from “The Bounty Hunter”:
Fire Burning - Sean Kingston Timestamp:0:02 | Scene: Milo is chasing a man.
She Got the Goldmine (I Got the Shaft) - Jerry Reed Timestamp:0:14 | Scene: Milo is in Nicole's apartment and "devastates" it.
Ain't No Rest for the Wicked - Cage the Elephant Timestamp:0:20 | Scene: Milo drives to Atlantic City to meet Nicole's mother.
Hang Fire - The Rolling Stones Timestamp:0:25 | Scene: At the race track: Nicole flees from Milo.
TiK ToK - Kesha Timestamp:0:38 | Scene: Nicole and Milo try to win money at the casino.
This Town - Frank Sinatra Timestamp:0:41 | Scene: Milo goes back to the casino after putting Nicole in handcuffs.
Stayin' Alive (Teddybears Remix) - Bee Gees Timestamp:1:01 | Scene: On the golf course. Nicole and Milo chase Earl.
Let's Get It On - Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell Timestamp:1:16 | Scene: Milo and Nicole are in the hotel room.
On My Mind - The Boneless Ones Timestamp:1:20 | Scene: Nicole enters a tattoo studio.
Rich - Lolene Timestamp:1:25 | Scene: Nicole is at the strip club.
Hungry 'N Tipsy - Marika May Timestamp:1:27 | Scene: Milo throws money on the floor.
Your Love Is My Drug - Kesha Timestamp:1:42 | Scene: Song can be heard at the end of the movie. The credits follows.
Flight of the Serpents - D Sardy
Juan-Les-Pins - John Parricelli
In Yer Own Bed - Blurtonia
Get Fresh With You - The Teddybears
What’s the movie about?
The comedy “The Bounty Hunter” is about the journalist Nicole Hurley (Jennifer Aniston), who ignores a court summons to meet with her informant Jimmy. The judge then issues an arrest warrant. The bounty hunter and ex-husband of Nicole Milo Boyd (Gerard Butler) wants to execute the warrant immediately. He sets out to search for Nicole and a little later gets into the cross hairs of criminals who want to get to Jimmy. The two inevitably have to work together to get out of the predicament.