Short Circuit, released on 9 May 1986, consists of a playlist of 8 credited songs, from various artists including
El DeBarge, US Marine Band and El DeBarge. The original score is composed by David Shire.
Expand List of Songs Who's Johnny • El DeBarge 29m While Stephanie is showing Number Five around her house, she turns on the radio to show him what "music" is, and this song is playing. The Marines' Hymn (The U.S. Marine Song) • US Marine Band 52m Number Five sings this song while driving. Who's Johnny • El DeBarge 54m Number Five turns on the radio while driving and finds a station playing this song. You Should Be Dancing • Bee Gees 1h 0m You hear this song playing when Number Five is watching Saturday Night Fever at Stephanie's house. More Than a Woman • Bee Gees 1h 1m Still watching Saturday Night Fever, Number Five dances with Stephanie while singing along with this song. Come and Follow Me • Max Carl 1h 10m Plays in the background as Stephanie and Newton Crosby talking at the Black Lion Inn. Colonel Bogey March • Sir Malcolm Arnold 1h 14m Number Five whistles this while reprogramming the robots that were sent to capture him. Come and Follow Me • Max Carl 1h 34m Starts playing as Number Five drives Stephanie and Crosby to Montana. Continues as the credits roll. Official Soundtrack OST
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