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National Lampoon's Van Wilder
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National Lampoon's Van Wilder
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Soundtracks
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All Artists: Various Artists
Title: National Lampoon's Van Wilder
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 2
Label: Ultimatum
Original Release Date: 4/5/2002
Re-Release Date: 3/26/2002
Album Type: Soundtrack
Genres: Special Interest, Pop, Soundtracks
Style: Comedy & Spoken Word
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 665907667925

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Song credits
(4 out of 5 stars)

"here are the song credits for the entire movie (might be missing 2 or 3):jimmy eat world - authority song
fuzz townshend - at auntie tom's
sugarcult - how does it feel
sum 41 - makes no difference
n.e.r.d. - things are getting better
sugarcult - bouncing off the walls
llama - too much too soon
atomic kitten - turn me on
robb valler - v groove
sprung monkey - get a taste
american hi-fi - im a fool
atomic kitten - right now
superchick - super trooper
swirl 360 - radio song
sia - little man
david may - walking on the moon
tahiti 80 - heartbeat
jimmy eat world - bleed american
kool de sac - let it go (epic club remix)
brandon d'amore - rave workout
suzie quartro & chris norman - stublin' in
mint royale - show me
michelle branch - you got me
abandoned pools - start over
sugar ray - jack she's on the ball
david mead - girl on the roof
sumac - do-si-do
bender - never going to fly
sugarcult - saying goodbye
swirl 360 - okay
air supply - im all out of lovesugarcult - stuck in america
bird 3 - forgot your name
sugarbomb - hello
the living end - roll on
transmatic - blind spot
spymob - stand up and win"
To answer your questions...
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Some answers to a few of the questions posted here:It's not De La Soul, but close. The track is called "Show Me" by an artist named Mint Royale featuring Pos from De La Soul. Despite efforts to include the song on the soundtrack album the track didn't make the album due to reasons beyond anyone's control. Check out Mint Royale's record, though. It's great. The song that plays during the Bahmitzvah is "Radio Song" by Swirl 360 who also has one song on the soundtrack album, "Okay". "Radio Song" is not yet commercially available. "Hello" by Sugarbomb is the song that plays at the end of the movie. Though the song was cleared for use in "Van Wilder.." first, it was also used in the movie "Orange County" which discouraged everyone from including the track on the album.The song that plays as Van arrives for the basketball game is "How Does It Feel" by Sugarcult. Their song "Bouncing Off The Walls" is on the soundtrack album. Unfortunately, choosing which songs to include on the soundtrack album was very difficult. There are a total of 43 songs used in the movie and only thirteen spots for the soundtrack album. Those involved would have loved to include so much more from many of the developing artists who contributed to the picture - Spymob, Bird 3, Sprung Monkey, Bender, etc. Check out their albums and don't forget to look into some of the developing artists who did make it to the soundtrack like Transmatic, David Mead, N.E.R.D., Sia, Abandoned Pools, and Fuzz Townshend.Spread the word..."
Here are all the songs in the movie
EetMiseSchwartz | NV, The United States | 03/05/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This every every song, organized by the song title, performer, then what DVD chapters the track appears on.

Songs like "Radio Song," "Rave Workout," "Never Going to Fly" and "Let It Go" have not (yet) been released commercially, so they're not on any CDs. Also, "My N*ggaz" and "Walking On the Moon" can be found on MasterSource's website.

+ The techno song that's playing while Van and Hutch "make their eclairs" is "Rave Workout". You can find it on the Tunedge wesbite (Google that name, but you have to register). A song that sounds like a "Limp Bizkit instrumental for M:I2" plays before that - the preparation - but it's not Limp Bizkit. It's original music that's supposed to sound like the score from Mission: Impossible 2. You can't download it on any website. Everything else you hear is score by the composer or unreleased tracks with no artist/performer.

Please, try not to make a lot more reviews (or at least quote me and use my list) because it'll knock this review to the second page, and people asking song questions already answered are annoying.

1. "Authority Song" ~ Jimmy Eat World [chapter 2]

2. "At Auntie Tom's" ~ Fuzz Townshend [chapter 2]

3. "How Does it Feel" ~ Sugarcult [chapter 3]

4. "Makes No Difference" ~ Sum 41 [chapter 3]

5. "We Got" ~ (The) Nextmen [chapter 4]

6. "My N*ggaz" ~ The Dark Half [chapter 4]

7. "Things Are Getting Better" ~ N.E.R.D. [chapter 6]

8. "V Groove" ~ Robb Vallier [chapter 6]

9. "Bouncing Off the Walls" ~ Sugarcult [chapter 6]

10. "Get a Taste" ~ Sprung Monkey [chapters 7, 20]

11. "Too Much, Too Soon" ~ Llama [chapter 7]

12. "I'm a Fool" ~ American Hi-Fi [chapter 7]

13. "Turn Me On" ~ Atomic Kitten [chapter 8]

14. "Super Trouper" ~ Superchic[k] [chapter 8]

15. "Right Now" ~ Atomic Kitten [chapter 8]

16. "Heartbeat" ~ Tahiti 80 [chapter 8]

17. "Radio Song" ~ Swirl 360 [chapters 9, 10]

18. "Bleed American" ~ Jimmy Eat World [chapter 9]

19. "Little Man" ~ Sia Furler of Zero 7 [chapter 11]
*2002 mix*

20. "Let it Go" ~ Kool De Sac/Miragee [chapter 11]
*Epic Club Remix*

21. "Walking On the Moon" ~ Daniel May [chapter 12]

22. "Jack, She's On the Ball" ~ Sugar Ray Norcia [chapter 12]

23. "Don't Look Now" ~ Patrick Tuzzolino [chapter 12]

24. "Girl On the Roof" ~ David Mead [chapter 12]

25. "Rave Workout" ~ Brandon D'Amore [chapter 13]

26. "Do-Si-Do" ~ Sumack [chapter 13]

27. "Stumblin' In" ~ Suzi Quatro, Chris Norman [chapter 14]

28. "Show Me" ~ Mint Royale [chapter 15]

29. "Never Going to Fly" ~ B·E·N·D·E·R [chapter 15]

30. "You Get Me" ~ Michelle Branch [chapter 15]

31. "Saying Goodbye" ~ Sugarcult [chapter 15]

32. "Start Over" ~ Abandoned Pools [chapter 15]

33. "Blue Note" [chapter 16]

34. "I'm All Out of Love" ~ Air Supply [chapter 16]

35. "Stuck in America" ~ Sugarcult [chapter 17]

36. "Okay" ~ Swirl 360 [chapters 18, 20]

37. "It's Like This" ~ Dante MacKay [chapters 18, 20, 22]

38. "Roll On" ~ the Living End [chapter 18]

39. "Forgot Your Name" ~ Bird 3 [chapter 20]

40. "Blind Spot" ~ Transmatic [chapter 21]

41. "Hello" ~ Sugarbomb [chapter 21]

42. "Stand Up and Win" ~ Spymob [chapter 22]

There's a punk-ish song in the trailers and TV spots with female vocals I still don't know. In some online clips, "Bleed American" in the hockey scene is replaced with Survivor's "[i]Eye of the Tiger[/i]" and "[i]Don't Leave Me This Way[/i]" by Thelma Houston is in some versions of that '70s disco-themed party scene."