Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicOther - Music · 1 decade ago

i think i love my wife soundtrack?

what were the songs that was playing when he was in the disco getting high?

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  • Don
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Must be one of these:

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    "Y'all Know Me"

    Written by Mike Fratantuno, Brian Lapin, Terence Yoshiaki and Josef Lord

    Performed by Transcenders feat. J7 D'Star

    "Country Livin' (The World I Know)"

    Written by Esthero and Martin Daniel McKinney

    Performed by Esthero

    Courtesy of WORK/Epic Records

    By Arrangement with SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    "The Look of Love"

    Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David

    Produced by Marcus Miller

    Performed by Erica Canales

    "Song for Sanya"

    Written by William Bradford Mersereau, Jr.

    Performed by Brad Mersereau

    Courtesy of Crucial Music

    "Itsy Bitsy Spider"

    Traditional

    "After Midnight Bossa"

    Written by Stephane Guillaume

    Performed by Midnight Jazz

    Courtesy of APM Music

    "All Night Long"

    Lyrics by Chris Rock and Louis C.K.

    Music by Marcus Miller

    "Don't Know Why I Love You"

    Written by Stevie Wonder, Lula Mae Hardaway, Paul Rise and Don Hunter

    Performed by The Brand New Heavies

    Courtesy of Delicious Vinyl

    "Mare Nostrum"

    Written by Pierre Langer

    Performed by Dynamedion

    Courtesy of RipTide Music

    "F the Cracker"

    Written by Chris Rock and Louis C.K.

    "Head Bangin'"

    Written and Performed by Joshua Winget (as Josh Winget)

    "Algiers Disco"

    Written and Performed by Matt Hirt

    Courtesy of Wild Whirled Music

    "Head Rush"

    Written by Ali Theodore and Zach Danziger

    Performed by Boomish

    Courtesy of DeeTown Entertainment

    "Any Other Day"

    Written by Bruce Driscoll and Erica Driscoll

    Performed by Blondefire

    "Could Be the One"

    Written by Marcus Miller

    Performed by Gussie Miller

    "Feeling Lucky"

    Written by William Bradford Mersereau, Jr.

    Performed by Brad Mersereau

    Courtesy of Crucial Music

    "Tired of You"

    Written by David Grohl (as Dave Grohl) & Chris Shiflett

    Performed by Foo Fighters

    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label

    By Arrangement with SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    "Catchy Tune"

    Written and Performed by Bill Gordon

    Courtesy of FirstCom Music

    "Dig That Bass"

    Written and Performed by Minerva Portnoy

    Courtesy of Minerva Portnoy

    "The Seed 2.0"

    Written by Cody Chestnutt (as Cody ChesnuTT) and Tariq Trotter

    Performed by The Roots featuring Cody Chestnutt (as Cody ChesnuTT)

    Courtesy of Geffen Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    Cody ChesnuTT appears courtesy of Ready Set Go!

    "Faraway"

    Written by Ali Theodore and Vincent Alfieri

    Performed by Dara Schindler

    Courtesy of DeeTown Entertainment

    "Just a Friend"

    Written by Biz Markie (as Marcel Theo Hall)

    Performed by Biz Markie

    Courtesy of Cold Chillin'/Warner Bros. Records Inc.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "New Frontier"

    Written and Performed by Robert J. Walsh (as Robert Walsh), Ronn L. Chick and Dennis Winslow

    Courtesy of FirstCom Music

    "Canon in D"

    Written by Johann Pachelbel

    Performed by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (as The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)

    Courtesy of Extreme Production Music USA

    "Be Yo Daddy"

    Written by Ali Theodore, Julian Davis, Aaron Jacob Sandlofer and Vincent Alfieri

    Performed by King Juju

    Courtesy of DeeTown Entertainment

    "Marriage of Figaro"

    Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Performed by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (as The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)

    Courtesy of Extreme Production Music USA

    "Ain't No Game"

    Written by Ali Theodore and Zach Danziger

    Performed by Basko

    Courtesy of DeeTown Entertainment

    "The Beat Is"

    Written by Terence Yoshiaki Graves, Andreas Bingle, Black Shakespeare, Everton Dennis and Jennifer Brinkmann

    Performed by Channel Two

    "One Two Knockout"

    Written by Mike Fratantuno, Brian Lapin, Terence Yoshiaki and Josef Lord

    Performed by Transcenders feat. J7 D'Star

    "Table Dance"

    Written by Mascerlin Hines, Jr. and Charles Young, Sr.

    Performed by Maestro

    Courtesy of Pandisc Music Corp.

    "Laffy Taffy"

    Written by Dennis Butler, Richard Wayne Sims, Jr., Adrian Parks, Michael Edwin Johnson, Larry Curtis Johnson and Lefabian Williams

    Performed by Down For Life (as D4L)

    Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "Crazy"

    Written by Danger Mouse (as Brian Joseph Burton), Cee-Lo (as Thomas DeCarlo Callaway),

    Gian Piero Reverberi (as GianPiero Reverberi) and Gianfranco Reverberi

    Performed by Gnarls Barkley

    Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp. / Downtown Records / Warner Music U.K. Ltd.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    (contains a sample of "Last Men Standing", Courtesy of Killer Tracks)

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  • 4 years ago

    I don't know if it's normal but it sounds like fun. Just think, all those monkeys making all that noise.....you never know what they are saying or doing. Maybe it's more like a crowded subway sound for them. Maybe they do it to hide their own monkey sounds!!!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    go look it up

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