If you've been looking for the "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack song list, you've certainly come to the right place. Featuring great dance tracks with a mixture of old and new India, this is a fantastic album for anyone who considers themselves a fan of either Bollywood songs or amazing dance tracks. Grab your iPod, put on your dancing shoes and get ready to move with this great "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack song list. You'll be hooked in no time.

"O...Saya" by M.I.A. and A.R. Rahman One of the best-known songs from the "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack song list, "O...Saya" was a collaborative work between English recording artist M.I.A. and the popular Indian composer and producer A.R. Rahman. Created mainly through emails that the two passed back and forth, this song has a throbbing intensity that makes it very infectious.

"Riots" by A.R. Rahman The second selection from the "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack song list is the dark and moody selection "Riots." When Rahman was approached regarding the soundtrack, he was told that they were seeking a sound that would embody both old and new India. "Riots" is a perfect example of one such song.

"Mausam & Escape" by A.R. Rahman If you're looking for something that has a more traditional sound, but you're still seeking a great dance beat, you may want to check out the third song on the "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack song list. This selection features traditional instruments intermingled with a great dance beat.

"Paper Planes" by M.I.A. If you're looking for one of the more popular tunes from the "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack, you might try the popular hit "Paper Planes." This song received quite a bit of controversy and was subject to censorship because of the rhythmic gunshots heard in the original track.

"Paper Planes (DFA Remix)" by M.I.A. The fifth selection off the soundtrack song list is another version of the popular M.I.A. track "Paper Planes." One of the more popular dance selections from the album, this DFA Remix has an amazing beat that just makes you want to move.

"Ringa Ringa" by A.R. Rahman If you prefer the Bollywood sound, you may enjoy this Hindi hit from the "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack song list. Written by the talented A.R. Rahman, this song is both sultry and beautiful, making it a tune to capture the imagination and charm the senses.

"Liquid Dance" by A.R. Rahman One of the more strange-yet-catchy songs from the "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack is the odd tune "Liquid Dance." Performed by Palakkad Sriram and Madhumita, this is just one of those songs that has to be heard to be believed.

"Latika's Theme" by A.R. Rahman Heart wrenchingly beautiful, "Latika's Theme" was written by A.R. Rahman and performed by the talented Suzanne D'Mello. If you like dreamy ballads and softer songs, this is a definite must-listen on the "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack song list.

"Aaj Ki Raat" by Sonu Nigam One of the more modern-sounding selections from the CD, "Aaj Ki Raat" features a pretty solid dance beat that's sure to make you want to get up and move. Usually credited to Sonu Nigam, this song was actually performed by Sonu Nigam, Mahalakshmi Iyer (as Mahalakshmi) and Alisha Chinoi.

"Millionaire" by A.R. Rahman Written by A.R. Rahman and performed by Madhumita, "Millionaire" is a fast-paced and edgy track with some great synth work. If you enjoy great fast-tempo songs, be sure to give this one a listen.

"Gangsta Blues" by A.R. Rahman You might not expect to find a song titled "Gangsta Blues" on the "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack song list, but it's definitely here. Performed by BlaaZe and Tanvi Shah, this is a sexy thumping song that you're sure to love.

"Dreams on Fire" by A.R. Rahman If you wonder who the beautiful voice is in this song, that's the talented Suzanne D'Mello. A beautiful love song, this tune is the perfect selection to play for that special someone in your life.

"Jai Ho" by A.R. Rahman Played over the ending credits, this "Slumdog Millionaire" soundtrack song is perhaps the best known selection from the album. "Jai Ho," which means "May victory be yours," won an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 2009.