Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 20 songs that can be heard in the comedy movie “The Spy Who Dumped Me”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 20 songs featured in “The Spy Who Dumped Me”:
Wind of Change - Scorpions Scene: Song can be heard right at the beginning of the film. / Song is also playing when Morgan and Audrey are held hostage.
Sunday - Charlie Abbott Scene: Song can be heard at the beginning of the film in the bar.
Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm - Crash Test Dummies Scene: Audrey plays this song on the jukebox.
Six Feet Underground (feat. Claudia Kane) - Parov Stelar Scene: In Prague: Morgan talked to her parents over the phone.
Noir - Yoann Feynman & Monomotion Scene: At the fashion show.
You Are - Armin van Buuren & Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano Scene: Song can be heard during the chase in Vienna.
Zwei Herzen, ein Rhythmus - Die Krupps Scene: The girls arrive in Germany.
The Pink Panther Theme (Original Version) - Henry Mancini and His Orchestra Scene: Morgan is convinced that the actor is the buyer.
Everybody (feat. Azealia Banks) - Elliphant Scene: Song can be heard at the end of the film. The credits follow.
Bad Girls (feat. Desi Mo) - Pussy Riot & Dave Sitek Scene: Song can be heard in the credits.
Easy Go - Grandtheft & Delaney Jane Scene:
Dark Romance - John Jorgenson Scene:
Créature De Siam - Cirque du Soleil Scene:
These Boots Are Made for Walking - Yvonne Přenosilová & Skupina Apollo Scene:
Bully - Bully Scene:
Gene Autry - Beulah Scene:
Fun In Acapulco - Elvis Presley Scene:
Hey Love - JG Daydream Scene:
Don't Know Why (You Stay) - The Essex Green Scene:
Rain - Bishop Allen Scene:
What’s the movie about?
The comedy “The Spy Who Dumped Me” is about Audrey (Mila Kunis) and her chaotic girlfriend Morgan (Kate McKinnon). When Audrey learns that her ex-boyfriend is a spy and has been assassinated, she flees America. Audrey and her best friend Morgan fly to Europe and a wild chase begins. The CIA, Eastern European killers, as well as a mysterious British secret agent named Sebastian (Sam Heughan) have it in for the two women…