'No Strings Attached' Soundtrack Features Mark Ronson, Elvis Presley, D'Angelo & Uh, Color Me Badd

by Kevin Jagernauth
January 17, 2011 10:58 AM
12 Comments
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So, Natalie Portman took home Best Actress at the Golden Globes last night but her most lasting impression may be the cringeworthy acceptance speech capped off the dorkiest laugh ever. Sorry, Brendan Fraser, your amazing clap has been dethroned. But onwards and upwards -- the actress has a new movie opening Friday, the friends with benefits comedy "No Strings Attached" with Ashton Kutcher.

Details on the soundtrack for the film have arrived and they're....interesting. Hipster faves like Bishop Allen and Mark Ronson are found alongside the smoothest man alive D'Angelo, and constant soundtrack contributor Leona Lewis. The Plain White T's deliver a song that thankfully isn't "Hey There Delilah" while some dude named Hugo serves up an unbelievably awful cover of Jay-Z's "99 Problems." But perhaps the most headscratching inclusion is "I Wanna Sex You Up" by Color Me Badd. We presume it's being used over some ironic opening montage. We're not laughing already!

The soundtrack hits iTunes tomorrow, January 18th while the film will arrive in theaters on January 21st. Full tracklisting below. [Facebook]

"No Strings Attached" Soundtrack Tracklisting

01. I Wanna Sex You Up - Color Me Badd
02. What Good Is A Boy - Lanchen
03. Click, Click, Click, Click - Bishop Allen
04. Bang Bang Bang - Mark Ronson
05. 99 Problems - Hugo
06. Bossa Nova Baby (Viva Elvis) - Elvis Presley
07. Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis
08. Untitled (How Does It Feel) - D'Angelo
09. I Will Let You Go - Daniel Ahearn
10. It Was You - Robbie Nevil
11. Rock It – Little Red
12. Love Lost – The Temper Trap
13. Rhythm of Love - Plain White T's

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12 Comments

  • pedro | November 2, 2011 9:56 AMReply

    Anyone know the song played on credits, from the song (Plain White T's - Rhythm Of Love) to (John Debney - Golf Date) during the credits played on guitar. The first song of credits.
    Please help me

  • AJ | June 27, 2012 3:36 AM

    Ye I know what u mean, I don't know what that song is, anyone else know ? I am really desperate to know what it is :(

  • adrian | May 18, 2011 9:22 AMReply

    P.S.

    yah ok kinda sound like it but officialy its "I love you" a musical score by John Debney.

  • adrian | May 18, 2011 9:04 AMReply

    yah i agree with yesubride, its "Exchange of Hearts" by David Slater:)

  • Justn3w | April 22, 2011 4:31 AMReply

    Its by John Debney.

    No Strings Attached (Score from the Motion Picture)
    Number 21 Emma Surprises Adam / I Love You

    iTunes link to purchase it
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/no-strings-attached-score/id415913508?ign-mpt=uo=4

    Hope that helps you all

  • yesubride | April 20, 2011 7:39 AMReply

    its a really old song. the title is "exchange of hearts". i forgot its singer though. anyway just search it, it'll pop out on google. happy hunting. ;)

  • sean | March 7, 2011 1:52 AMReply

    john dubney youtube him

  • Martin | February 18, 2011 10:48 AMReply

    me too jen, ive been serching for that instrumental song at the end of that movie. its when they see each other outside the hospital.

  • patrick fk-uki | February 12, 2011 8:20 AMReply

    hey.. the song was by vanessa williams titled saved the best for the last.. hope this helps xD

  • Gil | February 1, 2011 5:26 AMReply

    Is it "The Book of Love" by Peter Gabriel

  • Jen | January 30, 2011 8:11 AMReply

    There's a song that plays near the of the movie but its instrumental. There is words in the song, they just don't play them in the movie "No Strings Attached". Just wondering if anyone knows where I can find the musical credits to the movie? Its played in a lot of romantic movies, its sung by a guy, don't know who.

    Hopefully someone can help!

    Thanks!

  • AJ | June 22, 2012 12:01 PM

    Jen did u find that song yet ? it starts to play when the credits starts to show the Cast right ?

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