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Fred Claus soundtrack


Fred Claus (2007)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 09362498952
Label: Warner Bros
Label number: 377212
Running time: not on file
Shipping date: November 20th, 2007
 
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Album Tracklist
1.  Jingle Bells - Johnny Mercer
2.  Santa Claus Is Back In Town - Elvis Presley
3.  Sleigh Ride - The Ronettes
4.  Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane) - Doris Day
5.  I Want You For Christmas - Russ Morgan
...see complete tracklist
Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What's the name of the song/artist that Fred was playing with the elves after he kicked the DJ out of his booth and started playing the funky song? I am not seeing it on the soundtrack. Would love to get my hand on that song. Any help is appreciated! (from Frosty in Rochester, NY, USA)
A: It's called Rubberneckin' by Elvis. Although the version in the movie is remixed by Paul Oakenfold. (thanks to Lori, usadd more info

Q: What is the name of the song in the credits with Ludacris that had "Here Comes Santa Claus" as a remix? (from Michael in Toronto, Ont Canada)
A: It's called "Ludacrismas" (thanks to Liilo, Fort Worth, Texasadd more info

Q: What is the song Fred teaches the elf to dance to? It is when they are in the bar and he turns on a song and the two of them dance. (from Nicole in Georgia)
A: It's "Beast of Burden" (thanks to Liilo, Fort Worth, Texasadd more info

Q: What's the last song playing as they are dancing and who sings it? (from big butt betty in sacramento california)
A: Israel Kamakawiwo Ole' - Somewhere Over The Rainbow/What A Wonderful World (thanks to KelsieAnnie, Austin, TXadd more info

Q: What is the song playing when Vince Vaughn is dancing with all the elves in the gift room up on top of the table? (from ss in san diego, ca)
A: See question/answer #1 -- I believe you are thinking of "Rubberneckin'" (thanks to RB, St. Louis, MOadd more info

Q: What's the song that goes somethin' like "...Crimson Flames......" just before the family reunion scene at the end of the movie? Please do lemme know. (from codwyre in Nigeria)
A: It's a song called "My Back Pages" by Bob Dylan, but the version in the movie is sung by The Byrds (thanks to Atomic, Charleston SCadd more info

Q: What song is playing when Fred is delivering Christmas presents as he rushes? (from minh in houston TX)
A: "Christmas Wrapping" by the Waitresses (thanks to sgragg, RP, CA, USAadd more info

Q: Who sings the song "I'd Love To Change the World" from this movie? It's not on the soundtrack!
...from Lisa in Kansas City (answer Lisa's question)

Q: What song is playing when Fred is being chased by the other Santas? (from bryan in pittsburgh)
A: The Trashman - "Surfing Bird" (thanks to scufmark, Australiaadd more info

Q: In the movie at the end they play the song "Silent Night" but when the words "...Christ the Savior is born..." the singer starts humming, why? (from irish in florence ky usa)
A: It was sung by Sinead O'Conner. She isn't a fan of religion, she refused to sing that part. If ya remember, she was the one who ripped up the picture of Pope John Paul II on Saturday Night Live. (thanks to Josiris, Virginia Techadd more info

Q: What is the song Fred puts on after he makes the elf stop playing "Here Comes Santa Claus" over and over? Sounds like the Stones. (from ridingwolfblue in UK)
A: It's called "Rubberneckin'" by Elvis, although the version in the movie is remixed by Paul Oakenfold (thanks to Gabe, aurora, Coloradoadd more info

Q: Who sings "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" in this movie? (from arlene in newhall, IA)
A: Israel Kamakawiwo'ole (thanks to Booofballadd more info

Q: What is the song the elves are dancing to in the workshop? Vince Vaughn is on top of the table dancing also.
...from Mark in St Louis, MO (answer Mark's question)


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