All 15 Songs from The Dilemma Soundtrack


There are 15 songs on The Dilemma soundtrack, 12 of which are on the soundtrack album. It’s a good mix, including two songs from The Black Keys, as well as tunes from Wolfmother, KISS, The Fratellis, Neon Plastix and The Hold Steady.

I am kind of mixed on this movie to be honest. In theory it should be funny. I like Kevin James and Vince Vaughn. The two of them look like they could be funny together. But something is telling me that it might be a bit forced. I’m hoping that’s not the case. I was pleasantly surprised by the soundtrack and hope the same will happen for the movie itself.

Here’s the complete list of songs from The Dilemma, with links to the downloads for 14 of the 15 songs. I haven’t seen the movie yet, so I haven’t had a chance to identify the individual scenes that they are in. If you see the movie and have ideas on the scenes, share them in the comments and I will add the info to the post.

~ by montelutz on January 15, 2011.

7 Responses to “All 15 Songs from The Dilemma Soundtrack”

  1. It was too soon for movie executives to consider connecting .songs with their movies–that would not occur until the 1950s. …Also in its infancy in the 1930s was the connection of sound and color to the movies.

  2. What is the song that is played during the convo about the future that Vince and Demi have on the floor of their apartment?

  3. Haha, it’s Jennifer Connelly, who is 40, not Demi Moore, who is 48.

  4. Bahahahaha! That is what I meant. Wow, special. 🙂

  5. What was the song that was playing during the sex scene when Ronnie was taking pictures.

  6. Nevermind lol thanks anyways it was One week of danger

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