All 15 Songs from the Due Date Soundtrack
There are 15 songs in the movie Due Date, about half of which are on the soundtrack album they released for the movie. You can find all 15 here, with links to the downloads for the Due Date songs, as well as notes on the scenes they were in. It’s a good mix of music, opening with Sam & Dave and Cream, before turning to Wolfmother, Fleet Foxes and even a bit of Neil Young. But it doesn’t stop there – the musical adventure continues with Cowboy Junkies, Band of Horses and Pink Floyd. Of course, the movie wouldn’t be complete without a few surprises, so Ice Cube calls on you to Check Ya Self too.
The music from Due Date is as good as the movie itself. Due Date is hysterical – one of the funniest movies I’ve seen in a while. I wish I had the time to see it for a second or third time. Perhaps I’ll snag a couple hours on a flight one of these days when they release it into the friendly skies. Or maybe I should take a misfired cue from the movie and catch it again while I am having some mad, cross country adventure in the smallest rental car I could find.
Here’s the complete list of songs from Due Date in the order they appeared in the movie, with notes on the scenes they were in. Hope you enjoy.
- Opening scene – Hold on I’m Comin’ – Sam & Dave
- Waffle House – People Are Crazy – Billy Currington
- Tom and Jerry – Yankee Doodle House – Scott Bradley
- Pot in the kitchen of dealer’s house – White Room – Cream
- Driving across bridges – New Moon Rising – Wolfmother
- Clerk at the Western Union – Closing Time – Danny McBride
- Trying to sleep in the car – Mykonos – Fleet Foxes
- Riding in the back of the truck – This Is Why I’m Hot – Mims
- Spills the ashes – Old Man (Live At Massey Hall) – Neil Young
- Driving – Hey You – Pink Floyd
- Telling fan site story – Sweet Jane – Cowboy Junkies
- Enter Arizona, gets a call from his wife – Is There A Ghost – Band of Horses
- Dad’s ashes at the Grand Canyon – Amazing Grace – Rod Stewart
- After he is shot – Check Ya Self 2010 – Ice Cube
- On the episode of Two and a Half Men – Theme From Two And A Half Men – Grant Geissman, Chuck Lorre and Lee Aronsohn
Original music for Due Date – Christophe Beck