All 24 Songs from the No Strings Attached Soundtrack


There are 24 songs on the No Strings Attached soundtrack. The soundtrack album only has about half of them. Not just that – the soundtrack album for No Strings Attached is all or nothing – you cannot download the songs individually. But thanks to the wonders of modern technology, we’ve pulled together all 24 songs from No Strings Attached here, and you can snag them as single downloads too.

The movie kicks off with Color Me Badd’s I Wanna Sex You Up, which sums up the kitsch that is to follow. A little Nelly, some Outkast and D’Angelo, as well as Elvis, Al Green, Phoenix and even Plain White T’s. A little bit of funny balanced with a little bit of tenderness. Pretty much what you would expect.

I’m digging on the song Click, Click, Click by Bishop Allen. It is one of the few songs on the soundtrack to No Strings Attached that I have not heard before. I was also pleasantly surprised by Hugo’s cover of 99 Problems. I never really liked the original, but this one I can stomach. I’m guessing that folks will also be looking for I Will Let You Go by Daniel Ahearn. Mellow and understated but it sounds like something that would grow on you.

And while I think the perfect use of Temper Trap was in 500 Days of Summer, you can never fault a movie for including them in the mix. For No Strings Attached, the song “Love Lost” is relegated to the end, but still, it’s good to have them on board.

Extra song on the soundtrack album but not in the movie:

~ by montelutz on January 23, 2011.

10 Responses to “All 24 Songs from the No Strings Attached Soundtrack”

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  2. Thanks for sharing😀

  3. What’s the instrumental “whistling” song that’s used as the background music on the No Strings Attached website?

  4. Good thing people like you exist, we can easily access nice songs like these. Thanks.

  5. what’s the slow music background song that plays during the sweet scenes? not the upbeat whistling one of john debney but the slow instrumental one?

  6. why can find the i was you alone?,,, onle buying with all the rest.

    sorry

  7. hi. does anyone know the name of the song when Adam gave carrots to Emma?

  8. The scene with the carrots and again at the end of the movie: The Book of love by Peter Gabriel. This was answered by superpassau.

  9. Must have been fun for composer John Debney to have to score a different kind of scary when it came to working on the Dream House soundtrack.

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