All 32 Songs from the Old Dogs Soundtrack
Here’s the complete list of all 32 songs from Old Dogs including downloads for them. The soundtrack album for Old Dogs has less than half of them on it, but you can find all 32 of them below.
Not surprisingly, the music from the movie is mostly a throwback to tunes that would appeal to “old dogs” in real life, such as Bryan Adams, Wilson Pickett, Pete Townshend, Lifehouse, Dean Martin and Zapp & Roger. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Summer of ’69 is a great song, as is Let My Love Open the Door.
I was pleasantly surprised to find Brett Dennen, Lilly Allen and The Hives in the movie, not to mention Pizzicato Five, which is a total shocker in a mix like this. Plus, you can never go wrong with David Gray, one of the most consistently underrated singers of our time. His music goes much deeper than Babylon and anyone who has ever caught a live show of his can attest to that (hat tip to Ed).
The low point of the album is probably the clichéd use of Chariots of Fire, but overall, it’s a good mix.
There will be a lot of people who will skip this movie because they think it’s going to be cheesy, formulaic or overdone. For those folks, the commercials that say “from the creators of Wild Hogs” will serve as a warning not an invitation. But I will admit that I actually thought Wild Hogs was pretty funny and I am sure Old Dogs will be amusing in the same way.
Here are the songs from Old Dogs. Hope you enjoy them. //Update: I’ve added notes on the scenes that most of the songs were in. The songs are in the order they appeared in the movie. Hope that helps.
- Opening scene/montage – You’ve Been A Friend To Me – Bryan Adams
- Miami – In Rhythm – Alex Torres and His Latin Orchestra
- Meets Vicki – Quema Tu Amor – Clippers
- Miami – Papi Papa – The Latin Brothers
- Miami – Kasongo Boogaloo – Ricardo Lemvo
- (unknown scene) – Happy Together – Garry Bonner and Alan Gordon (originally performed by The Turtles)
- (unknown scene) – Here Mambos The Bride – Glenn Rueger
- Rooftop terrace – Come Fly with Me – Tivolis Big Band
- (unknown scene) – Mambo No 5 – Damaso Perez Prado
- Tanning – You, Me and Dupree – Theodore Shapiro
- (unknown scene) – Cool Chelsea Breeze – Ali Dee and The Deekompressors
- Lunch with Vicki – Mare Nostrum – Dynamedion
- Slams hand in the trunk of the car – Big Girls Don’t Cry – Franki Valli and the Four Seasons
- “I’ll take the kids” – All Right Now – Free
- Car passes on the road – Funk in Blue – J. T. Na
- Kids talking to mom on the phone – Make You Crazy – Brett Dennen
- Stretching at camp – Chariots of Fire – Vangelis
- Ultimate frisbee – Hate To Say I Told You So – The Hives
- Pills – Police On My Back – The Clash
- Back at home – Grazie, Prego, Scusi – Dean Martin
- Kids concert – So Ruff, So Tuff – Zapp & Roger
- Dancing man puppet – Land of 1,000 Dances – Wilson Pickett
- Mets game – Summer Of ’69 – Bryan Adams
- Getting ready for Japan – Jing Jing – Shoukichi Kina
- Phone with Vicki – You And Me – Lifehouse
- Karaoke – Time To Go – DJ Roc (update: thanks to Gale for pointing out that Time to Go was originally released as Start Me Up. We’ve updated the post and link to the download. thank you Gale)
- Pick up Vicki – This Love Will Last – Chris Isaak
- Arrive in Japan – Twiggy Twiggy – Pizzicato Five
- Dog dies – As I’m Leaving – David Gray
- Gorilla at the zoo – All Out Of Love – Clive Davis and Graham Russell (originally performed by Air Supply)
- One year later – LDN – Lily Allen
- End credits – Let My Love Open The Door – Pete Townshend
Original music for Old Dogs – John Debney
Songs on the soundtrack album that aren’t in the movie. There are 32 songs in the movie, so I don’t know why they need extra songs on the album, when they leave off more than half of them, but here they are: