Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back

Music from Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back the movie

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"Life's Been Good to Me So Far" by Joe Walsh
Jay and Silent Bob's mothers leave them in front of the Quickstop and they learn to swear.
"Jackass" by Bloodhound Gang
Plays in the background inside the Quickstop while Randal complains to Dante about Jay & Bob being loud and selling drugs outside the store.
"The Devil's Song" by Marcy Playground
Jay & Bob stop by Banky's comic book store and ask him about their upcoming comic book movie.
"Tube of Wonderful" by David Pirner
Jay & Bob stop by Holden's place and ask why they don't have royalty checks for the movie being made about characters based on them.
"Choked Up" by Minibar
Plays in the background in Holden's place.
"Plastic Jesus" by Toe Jam
Plays on the car stereo of the nun who picks them up when they hitchhike.
"Magic Carpet Ride" by Steppenwolf
Jay & Bob hallucinate inside the Mystery Machine.
"Bad Medicine" by Bon Jovi
Jay day-dreams about kissing Justice as she enters the restaurant in slow-motion.
"Tougher Than Leather" by Run-DMC
Justice's friends Missy, Sissy and Chrissy are introduced, hop out of the van and do some sexy dancing with each other.
"This Is Love" by P.J. Harvey
Missy, Sissy and Chrissy think about what they'll do now that Jay has kicked Brent out of the van.
"Too Much Heaven" by The Bee-Gees
Plays in the background as Justice asks Jay & Bob if they'll steal a monkey.
"Bullets" by Bob Schneider
Justice, Missy, Sissy and Chrissy pull off a diamond heist.
"Letter from an Occupant" by the New Pornographers
Plays in the background while Missy, Sissy and Chrissy celebrate their 37th heist.
"Fuck tha Police" by N.W.A.
Rapped by Jay inside the diner.
"Boys Better" by The Dandy Warhols
Plays in the background during the filming of Good Will Hunting 2.
"Kick Some Ass" by Stroke 9
Montage: Jay & Bob use their royalty checks to fly out to the houses of the people that talked trash about them on MoviePoopShoot.
"Jungle Love" by Morris Day and The Time
Performed live by the band after the premiere of Bluntman and Chronic.
"Because I Got High" by Afroman
Ending credits song #1.

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