20th Century Women, released on 28 Dec 2016, consists of a playlist of 67 credited songs, from various artists including
Talking Heads, The Clash and Fred Astaire. The original score is composed by Roger Neill.
Expand List of Songs Don't Worry About the Government • Talking Heads 3m Opening titles. Julie is at a group therapy session. She rides her bike home. Abbie takes a photograph at the hospital. Julie arrives at the house and finds Abbie dancing along to the song. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais • The Clash 6m Jamie and Julie lie in bed. Jamie attempts to lift up Julie’s skirt but she pushes his hand away. She tells Jamie why they can’t have sex. Dorothea and William work on renovating the house. This Heart of Mine • Fred Astaire 8m Music at Dorothea’s birthday party. She talks to a firefighter about the history of the house. William has a conversation with Abbie on the couch. Fairytale in the Supermarket • The Raincoats 13m Dorothea heats music coming from Abbie’s room and asks her about the song. They talk about about The Raincoats. As Time Goes By • Rudy Vallée 18m Dorothea cries in Jamie's room She asks Julie and Abbie for help. Jamie is skateboarding down the road. [1:51] Dorothea flies away on the biplane. I've Had It • Black Flag 22m Jamie meets his friends at the half pipe. He asks if he can join them on their trip to LA. They drive to LA and Jamie calls his mother to tell her where he is. Media Blitz • Germs 24m Jamie is moshing along to the song as pictures of various punk from the venue appear on screen. Love in a Void • Siouxsie & The Banshees 25m Julie sneaks into Jamie’s room from his window. Abbie takes photographs of various items belonging to her. Drugs • Talking Heads 28m Photographs that Abbie took appear on screen. Jamie arrives home and finds Julie on his bed. Julie tells Jamie what happened to her today. Cheree (1998 Remastered Version) • Suicide 48m Jamie talks about Abbie living in New York and dealing with cancer. Chant D'Amour • Lars Clutterham 53m Dorothea watches Julie sneak out of Jamie's window. Vag Punch • Phlask 58m Abbie brings Dorothea and William to an underground club. Basin Street Blues • Louis Armstrong and His All Stars 1h 2m Abbie goes into Jamie's room, telling him to leave town if he wants to have an interesting life. She then tells him about a fight she had with someone. Lila Engel (Lilac Angel) • Neu! 1h 5m Jamie reads am excerpt from "The Politics of Organism". Jamie and another kid talk about clitoral stimulation before being punched. Gut Feeling • Devo 1h 9m Jamie asks Abbie to take him to a club. DJ • David Bowie 1h 16m Jamie and Abbie dance at the club. Outside, Jamie asks Abbie if they can run away together. Nervous Breakdown • Black Flag 1h 18m William plays the Black Flag record. they try to make out what the singer is saying. They try to dance along to the song. The Big Country • Talking Heads 1h 19m William plays the "Art Fag" record and dances along with to the song with Dorothea. Meanwhile, Jamie kisses a girl while Abbie takes a photograph. After Hours on Dream Street • Sandy Williams 1h 44m Dorothea turns on the radio slow dances with Jamie at the motel. The rest of the group joins in. Why Can't I Touch It? (2001 Remastered Version) • Buzzcocks Official Soundtrack OST
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Weird question, but does anyone know what song plays towards the beginning of the movie when Julie (Elli Fanning) and Jamie (Lucas Jade Zumann) are on his bed and he runs his hand up her skirt? It sounds like it's coming from his boom box. Thanks!