A Superbad Soundtrack Song List That Is Perfect For Any House Party
Many songs appeared in the movie "Superbad," and this Superbad Soundtrack song list narrows it down to the ten best. Soul, hip-hop, and hard rock are all represented on the best of the Superbad Soundtrack song list, a group of tunes that convey the film's happy-go-lucky, adventurous comedic spirit. Here are the ten best songs on the Superbad Soundtrack song list.
"Soul Finger." The Bar-Kays' classic Stax soul instrumental is not as often-used in movies as its equivalent by Booker T & The MGs, "Green Onions." That makes it a welcome addition to the Superbad Soundtrack song list, holding the same purpose as traveling music but offering a different flavor.
"Big Poppa." The Notorious B.I.G.'s self-celebratory jam lends flavor to any party, and it does the same with its place on the Superbad Soundtrack song list. One of the most infectious hip-hop songs of the 1990s lives on.
"Journey to the Center of Your Mind." The Amboy Dukes' psychedelic classic is propelled by guitar hero Ted Nugent's innovative work. Before he was a solo artist, he made the Amboy Dukes one of the best garage bands on the planet. This is one example of why.
"Ace of Spades." Motorhead's iconic punk-metal classic is a welcome addition to the Superbad Soundtrack song list. No song is a better soundtrack for drinking, drugging, or getting into trouble than "Ace of Spades."
"Baby Please Don't Go." This is the other example on the Superbad Soundtrack song list of how Ted Nugent's guitar work made the Amboy Dukes one of the best garage bands on the planet in the 1960s. This blistering version blows the more well-known one by Them out of the water.
"Panama." Hard-partying hard rock was Van Halen's forte in the David Lee Roth era, and this song was one of their classics from that time. It is a strong cut on the Superbad Soundtrack song list.
"My Favorite Mutiny." Political hip-hop doesn't often make it to a party film, but anytime the Coup can reach a wider audience is a good thing. This song is probably the most unexpected on the Superbad Soundtrack song list, and that helps to make it one of the best selections.
"Here I Come." The Roots, now Jimmy Fallon's house band on his late night show, are one of the most unique groups in rap, mining live instrumentation and ferocious MCing to create a signature blend. This is one of their hottest songs, a great addition to the Superbad Soundtrack song list.
"Bustin' Out (On Funk)." Rick James' "Superfreak" is overplayed at this point, but this one proves he has plenty of other deliciously dirty funk in his repertoire. Rest in peace, punk-funk master.
"Do Me." This Gamble & Huff classic slow jam of Philly soul, sung by Jean Knight and originally released on Stax, closes out the ten best songs of the Superbad Soundtrack song list. "Do Me" is an essential track in the bedroom music canon.