Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 51 songs that can be heard in the movie “The Girl Next Door”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.
All 51 songs featured in “The Girl Next Door”:
"Under Pressure" by Queen and David Bowie Timestamp:0:01 | Scene: Matthew struggles to find something to write down in his graduation card under "I will always remember..." Afterwards, there's a montage showing what others are saying they'll always remember (getting with girls, winning lacrosse games, etc.).
"Angeles" by Elliott Smith Timestamp:0:04 | Scene: Matthew sits between Eli and Klitz but isn't paying attention their conversation and is instead staring across the lunchroom at a girl bending over. He's seen longing over a woman in a magazine.
"Carpe Beachum" by Paul Haslinger Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Matthew comtemplates skipping school and going to the beach. Eli and Klitz won't go with.
"Peeping Matt" by Paul Haslinger Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Matthew spies on Danielle changing.
"The Killing Moon" by Echo & The Bunnymen Timestamp:0:11 | Scene: Matthew goes to take out the garbage and spots Danielle for the first time.
"Jump Into the Fire" by Harry Nilsson Timestamp:0:17 | Scene: Matthew runs after Danielle's car after she leaves him naked in the street.
"Something in the Air" by Thunderclap Newman Timestamp:0:18 | Scene: Matthew and Danielle talk at a diner. She asks him what the craziest thing he's done lately is.
"The Field" by Christopher Tyng Timestamp:0:20 | Scene: Danielle shows Matthew the picture she made for him and and they drive home.
"Take a Picture" by Filter Timestamp:0:21 | Scene: Montage: Matthew skips school to spend time with Danielle.
"The End" by Paul Haslinger Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Matthew and Danielle go swimming in his principal's pool.
"Slayed" by Overseer Timestamp:0:26 | Scene: Danielle brings Matthew and his friends to a party thrown by the popular kids.
"No Retreat" by Dilated Peoples Timestamp:0:28 | Scene: Plays in the background during the party.
"This Year's Love" by David Gray Timestamp:0:29 | Scene: At the party, Matthew stands up and interrupts Danielle's conversation with a jock to kiss her.
"If It Feels Good, Do It" by Sloan Timestamp:0:30 | Scene: Matthew is finally comfortable with himself and his school. He walks down the hall with confidence and nods to his principal.
"Electric Lady Land" by Fantastic Plastic Machine Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Plays in the background while Eli enters the AV room to show Matthew a tape.
"Bendy Karate" by Phreak E.D. Timestamp:0:31 | Scene: Music playing the background in Danielle's tape.
"Dick Dagger's Theme" by PornoSonic Timestamp:0:33 | Scene: Matthew's views on Danielle are tainted and he imagines her doing sexual things with his parents.
"The Plan" by Paul Haslinger Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Eli tells Matt to take Danielle to a hotel room and have sex with her.
"Suffering" by Satchel Timestamp:0:38 | Scene: Matthew can't go back to the way it was Danielle. He walks down the hall feeling like there's something missing.
"Break Down the Walls" by Youth of Today Timestamp:0:40 | Scene: Introduction to the character of Kelly, Danielle's manager and adult film producer.
"Dopes to Infinity" by Monster Magnet Timestamp:0:41 | Scene: Matthew, Kelly and Danielle enter the strip club.
"Spin Spin Sugar (radio edit)" by Sneaker Pimps Timestamp:0:42 | Scene: Matthew sees his dad's friend, Mr. Peterson, in the strip club and Kelly invites him over.
"Big Muff" by Pepe Deluxe Timestamp:0:44 | Scene: Matthew and Peterson, get lapdances while casually talking about Matt's upcoming speech.
"Song for a Blue Guitar" by Red House Painters Timestamp:0:49 | Scene: Plays in the background in the diner. Matthew decides to go after Danielle.
"Twilight Zone" by 2 Unlimited Timestamp:0:50 | Scene: Matthew, Eli and Klitz drive to Vegas's AVN convention.
"Get Naked" by Methods of Mayhem Timestamp:0:51 | Scene: The boys enter the AVN convention.
"Mondo '77" by Looper Timestamp:0:52 | Scene: Matthew spots Danielle from across the room, posing for pictures and signing autographs as Athena.
"Think Twice" by Ralph Myerz and the Jack Herren Band Timestamp:0:55 | Scene: Matthews walks through a room at the AVN that's like an orgy, Eli and Klitz talk to Chloe.
"This Beat Is Hot" by B.G. the Prince of Rap Timestamp:0:58 | Scene: Mule chases after Eli and Klitz for lying about being directors.
"Turn of the Century" by Pete Yorn Timestamp:0:59 | Scene: Matthew goes up to Danielle and gives her the picture she drew for him in the diner, in defiance of Kelly's wishes. Matthew drives back home, satisfied he at least got to make his point.
"The End" by Paul Haslinger Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Matthew asks Danielle to prom.
"Stay In School" by Richard Patrick Timestamp:1:01 | Scene: Kelly busts in on Matthew's class the next day, drags him out of school and manhandles him for convincing Danielle she can do better.
"Funk #49" by The James Gang Timestamp:1:08 | Scene: Matthew runs out of Hugo's house with the golden penis award.
"Lady Marmalade" by Patti LaBelle Timestamp:1:10 | Scene: Matthew, high on ecstasy, dances and does other inappropriate things before his speech on moral fiber.
"Carpe Beachum" by Paul Haslinger Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Matthews gives his speech on moral fiber.
"Christmas Song" by Mogwai Timestamp:1:14 | Scene: Matthew thinks over and over about losing the scholarship and imagines himself in Ryan's shoes.
"Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd Timestamp:1:15 | Scene: Matthew thinks back to Kelly riding away after he left Matt with the golden penis statue.
"Bank Meltdown" by Paul Haslinger Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Matthew finds out Kelly stole the money intended for Samnang's visit.
"Arrival" by Mark Kozelek Timestamp:1:18 | Scene: Matthew thinks about actually going through with making a movie of his own to pay for Samnang's trip.
"What's Going On" by Marvin Gaye Timestamp:1:20 | Scene: Montage: Matthew makes plans for prom night. Danielle's friends arrive at the airport. Matt makes a deal with Hugo Posh.
"(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man" by Muddy Waters Timestamp:1:21 | Scene: Matthew sees Danielle in her prom dress. April and Ferrari pose for pictures with Eli and Klitz before getting in the limo.
"Purple Haze" by Groove Armada Timestamp:1:22 | Scene: April and Ferrari kiss in the limo. They enter the hall where prom is held in slow-motion.
"Lapdance" by N.E.R.D. Timestamp:1:23 | Scene: The rest of the student body see Matthew and his friends arrive with adult film stars. Three jocks from the party earlier ask Matthew if they are. He invites them to be in the movie they're making down the hall.
"Everytime I Think of You (I Get High)" by Phreak E.D. Timestamp:1:25 | Scene: Derek, one of the jocks, drops his release form.
"Lucky Man" by The Verve Timestamp:1:26 | Scene: Matthew and Danielle slow-dance at the prom.
"Sparrows Over Birmingham" by Josh Rouse Timestamp:1:32 | Scene: Matthew looks at the lipstick mark on his hand from Danielle and realizes it shouldn't be him who appears in the movie.
"Atlantis" by Donovan Timestamp:1:33 | Scene: The movie is finished. The guys and girls celebrate and pop champagne in the limo.
"This Year's Love" by David Gray Timestamp:0:00 | Scene: Matthew and Danielle make love in the limo.
"Baba O'Riley" by The Who Timestamp:1:41 | Scene: Matthew narrates how everything worked out: their updated sex ed film grossed enough money to get Samnang to come, Klitz is now a stud at college, Eli is now a professional young filmmaker, and Matthew went to Georgetown and ended up with Danielle. Continues into the credits.
"Maybe You're Gone" by Binocular Timestamp:1:44 | Scene: End credits song #2.
"One Fine Day" by Alastair Binks Timestamp:1:46 | Scene: End credits song #3.
What’s the movie about?
A teenager’s dreams come true when a former porn star moves in next door and they fall in love.
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3 thoughts on “The Girl Next Door Soundtrack: Listen to all 51 songs with scene descriptions”
I just love that movie The Girl Next Door what Memories it brings back
There’s no doubt about that… Takes me back to the good days… When things were a bit simpler and movies were movies