Loser

Music from Loser the movie

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"Don't Fight It Baby" by Five
Played at Paul's going-away party. He tried to dance to it with his younger relatives.
"Teenage Dirtbag" by Wheatus
Opening credits: Paul tries to fit in with his fellow students.
"Freakin' You" by Jungle Brothers
Paul comes home and his roommates - Chris, Adam and Noah - mock his hat. They tell him a blood bank called back and was interested in him, not a fraternity.
"Boom" by Trinket
Paul's roommates - Chris, Adam and Noah - play a drinking game in the living room while Paul studies.
"Pretty Fly (For a White Guy)" by The Offspring
Chris turns the stereo on and dances to it. Paul asks him if he can turn it down just a "skoche."
"Blue (Da Be De)" by Eiffel 65
At the strip club, a man offers to pay for Dora's pantyhose.
"Get Down Tonight" by KC & the Sunshine Band
Dora gets chewed out by her boss for being $40 short and leaves the club to catch the train.
"Out of My Head" by Fastball
Dora sleeps at Grand Central Station. Paul falls asleep while studying, wakes up and sees an ad for an Everclear concert in the paper.
"Go On" by J.K.
Dora gets fired for not making as much money as the girls who serve drinks in the front of the club.
"Sucks to Be You" by Prozzak
Chris, Adam and Noah plot to get Paul kicked out at the salon.
"Stop the Rock" by Apollo Four Forty
Chris's party at the vet's office begins.
"What's My Age Again?" by Blink-182
Paul arrives at the Everclear concert and buys T-shirts for him and Dora. Continues playing at the party with Chris, Adam and Noah.
"Magna Cum Nada" by Bloodhound Gang
Paul finds his seats at the concert. He practices putting his arm around Dora's seat.
"Right Now" by Sr-71
Dora suffers the affects of the roofies and sees everything in fast-motion.
"So Much for the Afterglow" by Everclear
Performed onstage at the concert.
"Welcome to the Working Week" by Elvis Costello
Montage: Dora looks for a job.
"I Will Buy You a New Life" by Everclear
Dora gets the idea to find a new hat for Paul.
"Aurora" by Foo Fighters
Paul and Dora play a game with the paintings at the museum.
"Cabaret" by Natasha Richardson with Alan Cumming
Paul and Dora see the second half of the play "Cabaret."
"The Best Things in Life Are Free" by Ray Henderson, Lew Brown, B.G. DeSylva
Sung by Dora on the way home from "Cabaret" with Paul.
"Mint Car" by The Cure
Montage: Paul goes out to get a pizza and video for Dora's sleepover.
"Scarborough Fair/Canticle" by Simon and Garfunkel
Montage: Paul has a hard time not having Dora around: He walks the park alone, gives change to a homeless man who has his old hat. He thinks he sees her at the library. He looks up the effects of selling your eggs to infertile couples.
"Dance to the Underground" by Radio 4
Chris, Adam and Noah mock a kid with autism in their psych book. Paul comes up to their room to swap their daterape drugs with Ginko. Plays in the background on their stereo.
"Bad Touch" by Bloodhound Gang
A naked Chris hits on girls at the bar who are not swayed by him due to Paul's switch.
"She's So High" by Tal Bachman
Dora leaves Alcott for Paul.
"No Myth" by Michael Penn
Captions sum up what happened to our antagonists and protagonists. Continues into credits.
"The Best Things in Life Are Free" by Mollee Israel
End credits song #2.

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