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Fever Pitch soundtrack

Fever Pitch (2005)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 01443108142
Label: Ryko
Label number: 10814
Running time: 54m23s
Shipping date: April 26th, 2005
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1.  Dirty Water - The Standells [2:49]
2.  Tessie - Dropkick Murphys [4:17]
3.  Who Killed Tangerine - Tears for Fears [5:34]
4.  Sooner or Later - Popium [4:43]
5.  Thinking About You - Ivy [4:15]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Give a Little Bit - The Goo Goo Dolls (trailer song) 
I'm a Terrible Person - Rooney (trailer song) 
New Cambridge March - The Hot Tamales / Donn Scott Shetler
Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond
The Art of Losing - American Hi-Fi (trailer song) 
Wasting Pretty Time - The Labor Union

Add more missing songs to this list, or tell us in what scenes these songs are heard or where they can be found.
Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What is the name of the song heard when Lindsey (Drew Barrymore) jumps onto the field at the end? (from Sean in NY)
A: Track three on the CD... "Who Killed Tangerine?" by Tears For Fears. (thanks to FilmchicNYC, NYCadd more info

Q: What was the song played when Jack was in the car with the kids? The girl asked to turn up the song. What song is that? (from Meg in Crown Point, Indiana, US)
A: All the info I have on the song is that it's original for the movie (mentioned on the Farrelly brothers commentary). It may not be in the credits for that reason. (thanks to Anthony, N. Chicago, IL USAadd more info
A: The credits list the song as "Wasting Pretty Time" by Union Labor, which is a fake band name made up for the movie. (thanks to Jimpd, New Englandadd more info
A: This song is called "Wasting (Pretty) Time" by The Labor Union. The singer is Inara George, and the track was recorded especially for the movie. (thanks to UnimatrixZero, Philadelphia, PAadd more info
A: I love that song too so I looked in the credits... It's called "Wasting (Pretty) Time" by The Labor Union. Can't find it anywhere!!! (thanks to Halebop, Wisconsinadd more info

Q: Which is the song that is played when the movie shows a montage of the games? I think there is a bagpipe in the song. (from Thomas in Buenos Aires,Argentina)
A: Tessie (thanks to O'Riordan, Laconia, NHadd more info
A: "Tessie" by the Dropkick Murphys. There are two versions to the song. There's the version in the movie with the full band, and then there's organs and vocals-only version. (thanks to Keith, Bostonadd more info

Q: Which song is playing when it first shows the house they go to for the Gatsby-themed birthday party? (from Ginger in Iowa)
A: It is "Fascination" by Human League. It's on the soundtrack CD. (thanks to Danielle, Oscoda, Michiganadd more info

Q: What is the loud drinking song about Boston that plays first during the credit roll? (from ken in Denver)
A: Dropkick Murphy's song "Tessie." It's on the soundtrack CD. (thanks to William Red, Detroitadd more info

Q: Where exactly in the movie does Marah's "My Heart is the Bums on the Street" appear? (from Eunoia in Pennsylvania)
A: It's playing in the background when Ben meets Lindsey's friends for the first time at the party. (thanks to UnimatrixZero, Philadelphia, PAadd more info

Q: What is the song that plays after Fallon asks Drew to marry him at the door of her apartment and she tells him it's over and he walks away. It's only part of a song -- they don't play the whole thing, but very nice sounding -- kind of a haunting sound too it. Thanks. (from dennis sealy in houston texas)
A: It's "Everytyhing is Everything" by Phoenix. (thanks to chelle, new jerseyadd more info
A: If you listen to the director commentary on the DVD they say the song is by Nick Drake, called "Northern Sky." I don't know what the song is... just thought I'd throw that out there to see if anyone has a thought. (thanks to jeff, st. louis MOadd more info

Q: What is the name of the song played at the game that all the people at the game were singing? (from brandon in jacksonville florida)
A: "Sweet Caroline," right? (thanks to msco, Ontarioadd more info
A: Yes, "Sweet Caroline" by Neil Diamond. It plays at every Sox Game :) (thanks to Molly, Bostonadd more info

Q: Who's the artist singing the song "come dance with me" or "i just wanna dance with you"??? I love that version of the song. (from haskell in usa)
A: Did you listen to "Dance Dance Dance"? It's performed by Chic. I wanna boogie wit'choo! (thanks to Justaperson, Utahadd more info

Q: What is the song that is played at the end of the movie, right after the Red Sox win the World Series? It is also on a cell phone commercial right now. (from msco in Ontario)
A: "Tessie" (thanks to royce, txadd more info

Q: What's the name of the song towards the end of the movie when they show the Red Sox start winning the games against the Yankees after they're down 3-0? The song is mainly a guitar. It's fast moving and I think from the 60s or 70s. (from penny in new york)
A: "Tessie" by Dropkick Murphys (thanks to Gina, USAadd more info

Q: What is the song playing when Drew drops off the wall onto the field, and the police are chasing her? Aahhh I can't remember it, please someone help me? (from ashley in new york city)
A: "Who Killed Tangerine." (thanks to Anthony, N. Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: In the Gatsby party, what's the second song they dance to? (from Leigh in Michigan)
A: Hey Leigh, the second song they dance to is track 10 on the soundtrack CD, the Human League's "Fascination"... sometimes the song title is written like this: "(Keep Feeling) Fascination." Either way, track 10. (thanks to jeff, st. louis MOadd more info

Q: What's the song that plays in the end credits and also on the DVD menu screen? It's instrumental and very catchy. I don't think it's on the soundtrack. (from Sime in Australia)
A: That's the composer's score. (thanks to Anthony, N. Chicago, ILadd more info
A: If you're referring to the harmonica instrumental, try doing a search for the J. Geils Band song "Whammer Jammer" (thanks to Eric, Louisville, KYadd more info

Q: Does anyone know the name of the songs the jazz band was playing durng Robin's Gatsby party? (Especially the instrumental one that begins right after Robin's husband makes the embarraing toast) (from Lynn in San Francisco,CA, U.S.A.)
A: Hi Lynn. It's called "Oh, Babe, What Would You Say?" by Hurricane Smith. I was looking all over for it too. (thanks to Elle, FLadd more info

Q: What is the song playing when Jimmy Fallon goes to see Drew at her apartment after they break up and it's the other guy who anwsers the door? There's a really good song playing in the background. (from Phil Cote in Montreal)
A: "Northern Sky" by Nick Drake. I'm 90 percent sure. (thanks to Anthony, Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: Hi! What's the song playing while Drew and Ben are speaking in the park at the end of chapter 6?
...from Bentroc in Paris, France (answer Bentroc's question)

Q: What is the music playing at the Gatsby birthday party? It sounds like swing music or something from the 30s. (from Janelle in Toronto, Canada)
A: Try "Memory Lane" written by Paul Reeves. It doesn't have an artist listed in the credits, it just says who the writer is. (thanks to Anthony, Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: What is the name of the song/tune on opening day, playing when Manny fields the ball off the Green Monster, and Ben is teaching/explaining to Lindsay what everything is?
...from Gina in USA (answer Gina's question)

Q: What's the guitar song playing when Ben visits Drew for the first time and Drew is sick?
...from jeff in pa (answer jeff's question)

Q: What's the song playing when Ben and Lindsey are at her friend's apartment? It starts off "...I like it when it rains..." (from melissa in new jersey)
A: Mad Larry's "Window Pane" (thanks to hugsforjesus, MAadd more info

Q: Does anyone know if "Wasting Pretty Time" will ever be available to the masses? I really like the song but I'm unable to find it anywhere.
...from Kristen in New Jersey (answer Kristen's question)

Q: Anyone know why "Sweet Caroline" isn't included on the soundtrack??? Really disappointing, I absolutely love that song... GO SOXS! (from Xkitten in Ledyard, CT)
A: Maybe it just wasn't in the budget, because he's the most famous musician with a song in the movie. It might've cost a lot of money to license his music for the soundtrack album. (thanks to Anthony, Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: What is the song playing in the background in the trailer right after Lindsey drops the girl from the climbing wall, while they are talking about going to Paris? Only word I hear is "...woah..." (from Andrew in Ohio)
A: "The Art of Losing" by American Hi-Fi. (thanks to Anthony, Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: What is the instrumental playing at the first game Fallon and Barrymore attended? It was repeated again during the end credits and is not on the OST. (from ash in Glasgow)
A: The song is "Tessie" by The Dropkick Murphys. (thanks to Burnzy's, Ontario, Canadaadd more info

Q: What is the instrumental bluegrass tune playing at the first game after Barrymore hangs up her cellphone? (from Austin in NY)
A: Whammer Jammer (thanks to Burnzy, ontarioadd more info

Q: What's the name of the song playing when they're at a party? The beginning lyrics are "...I like it when it rains..." something to that extent. (from Jamie in OK)
A: It's called "Window Pane by Mad Larry. (thanks to Tinna, Akureyri, Icelandadd more info

Q: What is the guitar song in between chapters? It's the same song playing when Jimmy Fallon throws a football and it hits the head of a teacher. Please help! I love the melody of it!
...from nelson in san diego (answer nelson's question)

Q: What's the song playing as the plane is landing when Drew is returning to the United States?
...from Kevin in Tallahassee Florida (answer Kevin's question)

Q: What's the "Carl Yastrzemski" song playing on the record player when Ben locks himself in his apartment replaying the 86' Buckner play? (from joel in connecticut)
A: Carl Yastrzemski was a song improvised from the late Jesse Cain. He took the music from Shoutin' Liza's Trombone otherwise known as Hallelujah Trombone written by Fillmore. Jesse Cain was a huge announcer way back in the day. Also, it was on the Impossible Dream album when the Red Sox went to the World Series in 1967 against the Cardinals. The whole album rhymes and has radio playbacks throughout. The reason it was called the Impossible Dream Season was because The Sox came back from a frightfully horrible year in 1966 only to win the pennant! (thanks to Liz, Boston, MAadd more info

Q: What is the song playing when Drew Barrymore's character is running across the field to stop Jimmy Farrell's character from selling his season tickets, and who sings it? (from pj in nj)
A: "Who Killed Tangerine?" by Tears For Fears. His name is Jimmy Fallon, by the way. (thanks to Anthony, Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: What is the harmonica tune that sounds like a lullaby heard in the credits at the end of the movie? Not Whammer Jammer - I want the name of the second song in the credits.
...from TM in NY (answer TM's question)

Q: What song is playing when Drew Barrymore is sick? She's sleeping and Jimmy Fallon is cleaning her apartment. It's kind of haunting... and beautiful!!
...from Nick in Hollywood, FL (answer Nick's question)

Q: Where can we get Mad Larry's song "Window Pane"? (from Lorelai in Bogotá, Colombia)
A: (thanks to Anthony, Chicago, ILadd more info

Q: What is the song playing at the beginning when Al Waterman is introducing Ben as a young kid?
...from Ryan  in Chicago (answer Ryan 's question)

Q: What is the "opera-song" playing when Ben is a child and arrives to the stadium ?
...from Crissk200 in Bogotá Colombia (answer Crissk200's question)

Q: What song is playing when Ben explains to Lindsay the rules of game? (from miguel  in popayan, cauca)
A: see here (thanks to Alejo, Venezuelaadd more info

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