Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay

Music from Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay the movie

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"What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong
Harold looks back on Maria and kissing her in the elevator.
"Ooh Wee" by Mark Ronson (Feat. Nate Dogg, Trife and Saigon)
Harold and Kumar pack for Amsterdam.
"Bon Bon" by Joe Loco
Harold and Kumar spot a group of Cubans and catch a ride to the U.S.
"Toca Me Lo" by Lucci & Cruz
Helicopter shots of Miami's beaches and buildings.
"Donque" by Will.i.am
Harold and Kumar enter Raza's bottomless party.
"On the Run" by Classic
Plays in the background at Raza's.
"My Dick" by Mickey Avalon (Feat. Andre Legacy and Dirt Nasty)
Raza makes Harold and Kumar get into the spirit of the party and makes them drop their drawers. In exchange, he lets him borrow one of his cars.
"Cappuccino" by The Knux
Plays on the car stereo while Harold and Kumar enter Alabama.
"Chinese Baby" by Viva La Union
Flashback of Kumar in college at the library. Kumar yells at the people behind him to turn down this music so he can study in peace.
"My Stoney Baby" by 311
Vanessa takes Kumar behind the stacks to smoke a joint that helps him relax.
"All That I Want" by Curtis Murphy Syndicate
Plays on the car stereo when Harold brings Kumar out of his flashback and announces he's lost in Birmingham.
"P*ssyassbitch" by Transcenders (Feat. J7 D'Star)
Harold and Kumar run into scary-looking men, playing basketball in the middle of the street.
"We Do It Like This" by Binky Mac
Plays in the background at Goldstein's when he and Kumar on the phone.
"As Gotas" by Rosalia De Souza
Plays in the background at Raymus's house when Kumar and Harold enter their home.
"Pantomime" by Lilly Frost
Plays in the background at Raymus's house while he, his wife, Harold and Kumar eat dinner.
"Something About That Woman" by Lakeside
Kumar dreams about having a threesome with Vanessa and the giant bag of weed from the first movie.
"Let's Go (Get Wasted)" by Supagroup
Plays at the Ku Klux Klan's party.
"Check Yo Self ('The Message' Remix)" by Ice Cube
Plays on Neil's car stereo when he pulls over to let Harold and Kumar in.
"Zydeoco Train" by Creole Joe
Plays on Neil's car stereo as he trips out and swerves to avoid a unicorn with a shiny horn that isn't real.
"Fooled Around and Fell In Love" by Elvin Bishop
Neil reminisces about the girl who got away. Colton comes into Vanessa's room and confronts her about the joint he found in her purse.
"Nothin' But a Good Time" by Poison
NPH and the guys pull up the whorehouse.
"P*ssy (Real Good)" by Jacki-O
Plays in the room with Kumar and the two whores he chose.
"Lovin' You" by Minnie Ripperton
Kumar cries and tells the whores of his love for Vanessa.
"It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday" by Boyz II Men
Harold is sad to see the dawn of a new day and how Neil isn't there to see it.
"Danger Zone" by Kenny Loggins
Ron Fox listens to this song on his headphones while Kumar and Harold are in the back of the plane.
"Stick It" by Great White
Plays when George W. brings Harold & Kumar into the room he goes to when he needs to escape from work (and Cheney).
"I've Been Around Too Long" by The Marmalade
Plays in the background while Kumar, Harold and the President talk about weed and legalizing it.
"Hey Joe" by Al Berry
Plays in the background as G.W.B. tells off his dad over the phone in front of Harold and Kumar.
"Heaven is a Place on Earth" by Belinda Carlisle
Harold looks around for Maria in Amsterdam.
"I Love My Sex" by Benny Benassi (Feat. The Biz)
Plays in the background during Maria's photoshoot when Harold finds her modeling for High Times.
"In the Beginning" by K'Naan
End credits song #1: Harold, Kumar and their women enjoy the many things Amsterdam has to offer.
"Gospel Weed Song" by Bizarre
End credits song #2.

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