T2 Trainspotting Soundtrack: Listen to all 34 songs with scene descriptions
Each song is provided with a scene description and timestamp, as well as a full-length audio playback.
Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 34 songs that can be heard in the movie “T2 Trainspotting”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.
All 34 songs featured in “T2 Trainspotting”:
Shotgun Mouthwash - High Contrast Timestamp:0:01 | Scene: Song is heard at the beginning of the movie. Mark can be seen in the gym.
Perfect Day - Rick Smith Timestamp:0:02 | Scene: Flashback: The boys are shown in their childhood.
Garota de Ipanema - Antônio Carlos Jobim Timestamp:0:06 | Scene: Song can be heard in the lobby.
No Way - Young Fathers Timestamp:0:10 | Scene: Franco is attacked by a fellow inmate. He is taken to the hospital.
Eventually But (Spud's Letter to Gail) - Underworld Timestamp:0:16 | Scene: Spud writes a letter to his girlfriend. He wants to kill himself with an overdose.
Get Up - Young Fathers Timestamp:0:19 | Scene: Franco messes with a doctor at the hospital.
Auf Wiederseh'n Sweetheart - Vera Lynn Timestamp:0:20 | Scene: Mark meets Simon in the pub.
Deep Blue Day - Brian Eno Timestamp:0:22 | Scene: Flashback: Mark and his friends are at a party.
Low - Young Fathers Timestamp:0:28 | Scene: Mark and Spud go jogging.
Dad's Best Friend - The Rubberbandits Timestamp:0:35 | Scene: Mark and Simon are watching a music video.
Penny Arcade - Alex Jackson, Ged Hanley and Neil Thomson Timestamp:0:35 | Scene: Mark and Simon enter the club.
The Blue Sea of Ibrox - Billy King Timestamp:0:39 | Scene: Song can be heard in the club.
Caledonia - Ross Ainsley Timestamp:0:39 | Scene: Song can be heard in the club.
Red Hot Salsa - Ged Hanley and Neil Thomson Timestamp:0:40 | Scene: Song is heard in the club.
1690 - Ewan McGregor and Jonny Lee Miller Timestamp:0:41 | Scene: Mark sings the song.
Lust for Life (The Prodigy Remix) - Iggy Pop Timestamp:0:43 / 1:49 | Scene: Mark and Simon leave the club. / Song is also heard at the end of the film in the credits.
007 (From "From Russia With Love") - The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra Timestamp:0:45 | Scene: Simon, Mark and Veronika talk about soccer.
(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais - The Clash Timestamp:0:46 | Scene: Mark and Simon spend time together.
Cavalleria Rusticana: Intermezzo Sinfonico - Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano & Herbert von Karajan Timestamp:0:47 | Scene: Spud imagines that he is a professional boxer.
Born Slippy (NUXX) - Underworld Timestamp:0:48 | Scene: The two are using drugs.
Wot Do U Call It? - Wiley Timestamp:0:58 | Scene: Mark asks Veronika what her relationship is with Simon.
Dreaming - Blondie Timestamp:1:02 | Scene: Spud plays this song. He cleans up the pub. Mark and Veronika are making love.
Caledonia - Margaret Davis, Ged Hanley and Neil Thomson Timestamp:1:05 | Scene: Mark and Simon talk about their business.
Slow Slippy - Underworld Timestamp:1:10 | Scene: Mark and Simon are using drugs again.
Radio Ga Ga - Queen Timestamp:1:11 | Scene: Renton and Simon take drugs at the club.
It's Like That - Run-DMC Timestamp:1:13 | Scene: Franco ingests a drug mix in the restroom.
Relax - Frankie Goes to Hollywood Timestamp:1:18 | Scene: Mike jumps on the car to escape.
Rain or Shine - Young Fathers Timestamp:1:21/span> | Scene: Mark and Simon flee naked through the field.
Dare Me - Young Fathers Timestamp:1:29 | Scene: Franco pursues Mark.
Silk - Wolf Alice Timestamp:1:45 | Scene: The group takes Franco to prison. Veronika and her son go back to their homeland.
Only God Knows (feat. Leith Congregational Choir) - Young Fathers Timestamp:1:50 | Scene: Second song heard in the credits.
Whitest Boy on the Beach - Fat White Family Timestamp:1:52 | Scene: Third song that can be heard in the credits.
Am I Not Your Boy - Young Fathers
Rumbling - Young Fathers
What’s the movie about?
Twenty years after leaving Edinburgh’s Leith neighborhood for a middle-class life, Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) returns to his hometown, where some things have changed and many things have stayed the same, and where his old friends and acquaintances, including Spud (Ewen Bremner), Sick Boy (Jonny Lee Miller) and Begbie (Robert Carlyle), are already waiting for him. All of them are now off heroin, but that doesn’t mean their lives are in order. And not all of them are equally happy about his return: Renton quickly gets back to his old ways with Spud and Sick Boy, but all three of them try their best to avoid running into Begbie, who has recently escaped from prison and is not particularly well disposed towards Renton.
Sequel to the cult drug film “Trainspotting” by Danny Boyle. The sequel is based on the Irvine Welsh novel “Porno.” The book is set ten years after “Trainspotting” and instead of drugs, Renton’s ex-clique is involved in the porn business.
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