Inglourious Basterds soundtrack
was produced by
, Pilar Savone, and Holly Adams. It was originally released on 18 August 2009. The soundtrack uses a variety of music genres, including spaghetti western soundtrack excerpts, R&B and a David Bowie song from the 1982 remake of
. This is the first soundtrack for a
film not to feature dialogue excerpts. The French
The Man with the Big Sombrero
was recorded specially for the movie. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media, but lost to the
The "Eastern Condors" segment was taken from the respective film, but the movie's full soundtrack has not been released.
Track listing Edit
The Green Leaves of Summer
Nick Perito & His Orchestra
The song from the beginning.
The Verdict (La Condanna)
Played when Julie sees Landa's convoy. It's mislabled as "Dopo la condanna". Song from The Big Gundown.
White Lightning (Main Title)
Played during the scenes with Butz and Hitler. Song from White Lightning.
The music played when Hugo Stiglitz is introduced. Played again when he recalls the time he was tortured. Song from Slaughter.
Chapter Two, Five
The Surrender (La resa)
The music played when Bear Jew appears from the tunnel. Song from The Big Gundown.
One Silver Dollar (Un Dollaro Bucato)
Music played when Zoller meets Shosanna again in the bistro.
Davon geht die Welt nicht unter
Music played at the La Louisiane gramophone when Bridget is at the soldier's table.
The Man with the Big Sombrero
Samantha Shelton & Michael Andrew
Played when Bridget leaves the soldier's table to join the Basterds.
Ich wollt' ich wär' ein Huhn
Lilian Harvey & Willy Fritsch
Played when Wilhelm asks Bridget for an autograph.
Main Theme from
Dark of the Sun Jacques Loussier
Played when Bridget and Aldo comes up with Plan B.
Cat People (Putting Out Fire)
Played when Chapter Five begins. Song originally composed for the film Cat People.
Played when Zoller goes to see Shosanna in the projector room. Song from Kelly's Heroes.
Played during Shosanna and Zoller's "romantic" death. Song from Revolver.
Rabbia e Tarantella
The ending music. Song from Allonsanfàn.
Film music not included on the album Edit
L'incontro Con La Figlia
Played when Landa kills The Dreyfuses and Shosanna runs away.
Il Mercenario (ripresa)
Played when The Basterds scalp the dead German soldiers and when Werner goes to Aldo.
Algiers November 1, 1954
Ennio Morricone & Gillo Pontecorvo
Played when The Basterds free Stiglitz from jail. From the film The Battle of Algiers.
Hound Chase (intro)
Played when Hellstrom "asks" Shosana to come with him.
Played in the background, when Shosanna is introduced to Dieter Hellstrom. From the film Al Di Là Della Legge.
Played when Hans Landa arrives at Goebbel's table. Extras from the film The Entity.
Claire's First Appearance
Played when Shosanna tells Marcel her plan to kill the Nazis, by burning the cinema. Another music track from the film Dark of the Sun.
Played when Hicox first talks to Stiglitz. Yet another music track from the film Dark of the Sun.
Mystic and Severe
Played when Hans Landa sees Bridget von Hammersmark in the cinema.
The Devil's Rumble
Davie Allan & The Arrows
Played when Dony and Omar enter the cinema's Auditorium.
What'd I Say
Played when Donny goes to see if Hitler has arrived, when he and Omar go to kill Hitler and when Marcel goes to lock the Auditorium. It's the last part of the song, starts at around minute 6.
Played after Marcel locked the Auditorium and leaves the cinema and enters the screen room.
Ting Yat Chung
Played when Omar shoots the other guard. The except is from a scene of Eastern Condors, starting at 00:10:45.
Angelo Francesco Lavagnino
Used as the opening titles for the film-within-a-film, Nation's Pride. Music track from the film The Last Days of Pompeii.
Stolz der Nation
Film soundtracks Edit
Not in the album Edit