Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 24 songs that can be heard in the movie “Superbad”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.
All 24 songs featured in “Superbad”:
"Too Hot To Stop" by The Bar-Kays Timestamp:0:01 | Scene: Opening credits with Seth and Evan (as sillouettes) dancing. Seth drives his car and calls Evan about 'websites'.
"Soul Finger" by The Bar-Kays Timestamp:0:04 | Scene: Seth pulls into the parking lot after talking about Evan's mom. Evan tells Seth he can't park here.
"Do Me" by Jean Knight Timestamp:0:13 | Scene: Seth starts work with Jules in Home Economics. Evan draws a cat face on his partner. Seth does various lewd actions behind Jules.
"Roda" by Sergio Mendes Timestamp:0:18 | Scene: Young Seth and his 'drawings'.
"Bustin' Out (On Funk)" by Rick James Timestamp:0:30 | Scene: Evan and Seth get off the bus at the liquor store in slow motion. Seth is wearing Evan's dad's clothes and Fogell is wearing a brown waistcoat.
"Are You Man Enough" by The Four Tops Timestamp:0:33 | Scene: Evan, Seth and Fogell ride the bus to the liquor store after Seth can't steal any.
"Why Do I Cry" by The Remains Timestamp:0:49 | Scene: Fogell rides in the car with the police officers. They use the siren to get through red lights and they complain about CSI and discuss a semen database. They do Yoda impressions.
"Stranglehold" by Ted Nugent Timestamp:0:51 | Scene: Evan and Seth arrive at the house party with the guy that knocked Seth down outside the liquor store (Francis). Seth admires the beer. Francis grabs the phone but gets thrown out by Mark.
"Echoes" by The Rapture Timestamp:0:56 | Scene: Seth looks sheepish at the house party but starts dancing with a girl. Evan gets a call from Becca outside but there's bad reception.
"Big Poppa" by Notorious B.I.G. Timestamp:0:58 | Scene: Back inside the party Seth continues to dance with the girl.
"Shake" by The Friggs Timestamp:0:58 | Scene: After the dance Seth sticks a bottle of beer in his pocket and carries 2 more. Fat guy brings in some more booze. A guy points out a blood stain on Seth's trousers.
"Journey to the Center of the Mind" by The Amboy Dukes Timestamp:1:06 | Scene: Plays in the police when the guys are using the alchol breath testers. Fogell asks what it's like to have guns.
"These Eyes" by The Guess Who Timestamp:1:08 | Scene: Evan sings this song to the guys at the house party.
"Aces of Spades" by Motörhead Timestamp:1:09 | Scene: Plays at the houseparty where Marks asks why Seth is carrying bottles of detergent. A brawl develops between the party goers. A girl attacks Seth with a lamp and then calls the police.
"Baby Please Don't Go" by Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes Timestamp:1:11 | Scene: After the shootout the cops and Fogell speed off. The decide to get drunk and Slater reckons it'll be the best night ever.
"These Eyes" by The Guess Who Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: The cops and Fogell try to spot the house they're looking for. They use the flashlights as lightsabers.
"Here I Come" by The Roots Timestamp:1:23 | Scene: Seth arrives at Jules party with the booze. He walks through the party in slow motion.
"I'm Your Boogie Man" by KC & The Sunshine Band Timestamp:1:25 | Scene: Evan drinks some vodka in the bathroom. Fogell watches the girl with the black thong dance and then introduces himself and starts dancing. Seth recounts the earlier problems with 2 girls.
"Capital S.A." by Alphrisk / Savage Timestamp:1:35 | Scene: Evan sits on a sofa with a bottle of liquor and Seth picks him up and carries him out as the cops arrive.
"My Favorite Mutiny" by The Coup Timestamp:1:29 | Scene: Jules thanks Seth for bringing the booze and they go outside to talk. Evan and Becca make it to the bedroom.
"Pork and Beef" by The Coup Timestamp:1:37 | Scene: Slater (cop) dances to the rap song at the house party.
"Panama" by Van Halen Timestamp:1:41 | Scene: The cops and Fogell do doughnuts in the police car. Slater sings along to the song then tries a driving manoeuvre that goes wrong.
"P.S. I Love You" by Curtis Mayfield Timestamp:1:53 | Scene: Evan and Seth seperate at the mall. Song continues into the end credits.
"Funk McLovin" by Lyle Workman Timestamp:1:54 | Scene: Second song in end credits.
What’s the movie about?
Two codependent high school seniors must deal with separation anxiety after their plan to host an alcohol-fueled party goes awry.