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zoolander. what were the two songs they were playing on the runway?

in zoolander what are the names of the two songs that they were playing on the runway?

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yah but which one?

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  • yu3se6
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
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    It is two of these songs:

    "Relax"

    by Peter Gill, William Johnson & Mark O'Toole

    Performed by Frankie Goes to Hollywood

    Courtesy of ZTT Records Ltd. and Courtesy of Universal Records

    By Arrangement with Universal Music Enterprises

    "Start the Commotion"

    by Theo Keating, Bob Bogle, Mel Taylor, Don Wilson, Salaam Remi & Greg Mays

    Performed by The Wiseguys (featuring Greg Nice)

    Courtesy of Mammoth Records and Courtesy of Wall of Sound Recordings

    contains samples from

    "Wild Child"

    Performed by The Ventures

    Courtesy of EMI Records

    Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets

    "Set It Off"

    Performed by Greg Nice

    Courtesy of The Clyde Otis Music Group

    "Call Me"

    by Giorgio Moroder & Deborah Harry

    Performed by Nikka Costa

    Produced by Justin Stanley & Mark Ronson

    Nikka Costa performs courtesy of Cheeba Sound/Virgin Records America, Inc.

    "What Happens to a Man...?"

    by Rolfe Kent

    "Chasing Sirens"

    by Jay Gordon, Amir Derakh, Bobby Hewitt, Ryan Shuck & Paige Haley

    Performed by Orgy

    Courtesy of Elementree Records/Reprise Records

    By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

    "Faces"

    by Jay Gordon, Amir Derakh, Bobby Hewitt, Ryan Shuck & Paige Haley

    Performed & Produced by Orgy

    Orgy performs courtesy of Reprise Records

    "Sugar Rush"

    "Sergio's Revenge"

    "Waiting for Ozzy"

    "Poppa Murse"

    "Sole Suspect"

    Written & Performed by Mike Simpson

    Courtesy L.A. Produce, Inc.

    "Snapped"

    by Joe Faraci

    Performed by LaughingUS

    Courtesy of Kid Gloves Music

    "Male Model Nomination"

    Written, Performed & Produced by J. Atchley

    J. Atchley performs courtesy of Off World Music LLC

    "I Started a Joke"

    by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb & Maurice Gibb

    Performed by The Wallflowers

    Produced by Julian Raymond

    The Wallflowers perform courtesy of Interscope Records

    "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go"

    by George Michael

    Performed by Wham!

    Courtesy of Epic Records/Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "Bossa and Cheese"

    by P.C. Irving

    Courtesy of Megatrax Production Music, Inc.

    "Working for the Weekend"

    by Paul Dean, Mike Reno & Matthew Frenette

    Performed by Loverboy

    Courtesy of Columbia Records/Sony Music Entertainment (Canada)

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "He Ain't Heavy... He's My Brother"

    by Bob Russell & Bobby Scott

    Performed by The Hollies

    Courtesy of EMI Records Ltd.

    Under license from EMI-Capitol Music Special Markets

    "Cocktails"

    by Rick Cassman & Vyv Hope-Scott

    Courtesy of Associated Production Music LLC

    "After the Storm"

    by Steve Carter

    Courtesy of Associated Production Music LLC

    "Relax"

    by Peter Gill, William Johnson & Mark O'Toole

    Performed & Produced by Brian Kehew

    "Born Free"

    by John Barry

    "Stars and Stripes Forever"

    by John Philip Sousa

    "Gone (The Kruder & Dorfmeister Session)"

    by David Holmes & George Morton

    Performed by David Holmes featuring Sarah Cracknall

    Courtesy of Go! Beat Records/1500 Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Official Chemical"

    by Jason O'Bryan, T.K. Lawrence, Barry Ashworth, Baqi Abdush-Shaheed

    & James Sheffield Dewes

    Performed by Dub Pistols

    Courtesy of 1500 Records/A&M Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Madskillz-Mic Chekka"

    Written & Performed by BT

    Courtesy of Nettwerk Productions

    "Beat It"

    Written & Performed by Michael Jackson

    Courtesy of Epic Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "Let's Dance"

    Written & Performed by David Bowie

    Courtesy of RZO Music, Inc.

    "The Low Rider"

    Written & Performed by Sofa Surfers

    Courtesy of Klein Records

    "The Soul of Crowds"

    Written and Performed by Gregg Fine

    Courtesy of Liquid Sky Music

    "Love To Love You Baby"

    by Giorgio Moroder, Pete Bellotte & Donna Summer

    Performed by No Doubt

    Produced by Johannes/Shneider & No Doubt

    No Doubt performs courtesy of Interscope Records

    "Mathar"

    by Volker Kriegel

    Performed by The Dave Pike Set

    Courtesy of Universal International Music, B.V.

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Free (Extended Vocal Mix)"

    by Juergen Driessen, Andrea Canta & Erik Schmeier

    Performed by Mono Culture

    Courtesy of Warner Music Germany

    By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

    "Shake Ya ***"

    by Mystikal (as Michael Tyler), Chad Hugo & Pharrell Williams

    Performed by Mystikal

    Courtesy of Jive Records

    "Endor Fun"

    by Conny Rytterlund

    Performed by LCD

    Courtesy of Svenska Energy Rekords AB

    "Also Sprach Zarathustra"

    by Richard Strauss

    Performed by Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra

    Conducted by Bernard Haitink

    Courtesy of Philips Classics Productions

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Roll It Up"

    by Ken Jordan & Scott Kirkland

    Performed by The Crystal Method

    Courtesy of Geffen Records

    By Arrangement with Universal Music Enterprises and Courtesy of The Crystal Method

    "Intro to Meditations on Pachelbel's Canon"

    by Victor Friedberg

    Performed by Continuo

    Courtesy of Six Degrees Records

    By Arrangement with Ocean Park Music Group

    "Ruffneck"

    by Matt Cantor, Aston Harvey & Raymond Crawford

    Performed by The Freestylers featuring Navigator

    Courtesy of Mammoth Records and Courtesy of Freskanova Records

    "Now Is the Time"

    by Ken Jordan & Scott Kirkland

    Performed by The Crystal Method

    Courtesy of The Crystal Method

    "Rockit"

    by Herbie Hancock, Michael Beinhorn & Bill Laswell

    Performed by Herbie Hancock

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "Pep"

    Written & Performed by Walter Murphy

    Courtesy of Valentino

    In association with LicenseMusic.com

    "Relax"

    by Peter Gill, William Johnson & Mark O'Toole

    Performed by Powerman 5000 featuring Dannyboy

    Produced by Josh Abraham

    Powerman 5000 performs courtesy of DreamWorks Records

    Dannyboy performs courtesy of The Label, A Division of The Firm

    "He Ain't Heavy... He's My Brother"

    by Bob Russell & Bobby Scott

    Performed by Rufus Wainwright

    Produced by George Drakoulias (as George Drakoulias), Matt Hyde & Rufus Wainwright

    Rufus Wainwright performs courtesy of DreamWorks Records

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  • dye
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Runway Songs

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  • 1 decade ago

    I actually just rewatched the movie tonight. Right before everyone takes the runway through the near-assassination of the prime minister, these are the songs that play:

    "Roll It Up" - The Crystal Method

    "Intro to Meditations on Pachelbel's Canon" - Continuo

    "Ruffneck" - The Freestylers featuring Navigator

    "Now Is the Time" - The Crystal Method

    "Rockit" - Herbie Hancock

    "Pep" - Walter Murphy

    "Relax" - Powerman 5000

    The main songs you hear are "Rockit" and "Relax," but all of those songs have snippets during the runway scenes, so you may have to narrow it down. However, they play in the order listed above.

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  • 1 decade ago

    well Relax was the code song for him to kill the minster of China

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