Empire Records Soundtrack 
List of Songs
Can't Stop Losing Myself
The Dirt Clods
Lucas is in charge of the record store at night, he plays the drum sticks on the cash.
I Don't Want to Live Today
Lucas rides through Atlantic City on his motor bike after finding the plans to franchise Empire Records.
Til I Hear It from You
Gina (Renee Zellweger) and Corey (Liv Tyler) are driving in the car.
Queen Sarah Saturday
Mark plays this song in the record store as they all dance while cleaning it up.
Mark kisses the painting on the wall outside the store. Debra walks into the store.
I Shot the Devil
Mark plays this metal song in the store and dances around crazily. Gina turns it off because it makes the customers crazy.
Money (That's What I Want)
Eddie and Mark dance as the they play a tribute song to Lucas.
Thorn in My Side
Gina dances in her revealing outfit. Corey plays this song before Rex Manning enters the room.
I Don't Know Why
Warren is rubbing a magnet over his eye. Lucas takes it off him and throws it on the ground.
If You Want Blood (You've Got It)
Joe plays the drums in his office as the others dance outside.
The Ballad of El Goodo
Joe asks Debra if she needs anyone to talk to in the listening booth.
Romeo And Juliet
AJ practices telling Corey how he feels on the roof of Empire Records. Mark tries to kiss a girl listening to headphones in the store.
Corey runs out on Rex Manning after taking her clothes off for him. A.J. tells Corey he loves her on the roof.
A Girl Like You
Gina flirts with Rex Manning and she takes his pants off in the back room.
Bright As Yellow
The Innocence Mission
Debra makes Corey wash her face in the bathroom after her outburst.
Rock 'N' Roll / EGA
Mark imagines he is part of the Gwar band. He watches himself on the TV as he is eaten by a monster.
Song playing at the store as the band plays on the roof. Gina sings it with them.
This Is the Day
The staff all dance and celebrate on the roof of the store at the end of the movie.
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