Producers include: Johathan Richman, Brad Wood, Tony Lash, Courtney Taylor, Gavin MacKillop.
Engineers include: Michael C. Ross, Dennis Hetzendorfer.
The soundtrack for THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY bucks the '90s trend among romantic comedy soundtracks by not focusing on classic songs from the '60s or '80s. Instead, what you get is a set of songs from late '90s up-and-comers, all anchored by three whimsical little ditties from Jonathan Richman, who also composed the score. With tunes ranging from The Dandy Warhols' electronics-heavy "Every Day Should Be A Holiday" to The Push Stars' indie-rock "Everything Shines" and the Propellerheads' curio "History Repeating," which features Shirley Bassey (of Goldfinger fame) on vocals, there is something here to satisfy every taste. And nostalgia junkies need have no fear: Joe Jackson's "Is She Really Going Out With Him" and The Foundations' "Build Me Up Buttercup" will satiate the retro jones.
- There's Something About Mary - Jonathan Richman
- How To Survive A Broken Heart - Ben Lee
- Every Day Should Be A Holiday - The Dandy Warhols
- Everything Shines - The Push Stars
- This Is The Day - Ivy
- Is She Really Going Out With Him - Joe Jackson
- True Love Is Not Nice - Jonathan Richman
- History Repeating - Propellerheads/Shirley Bassey
- If I Could Talk I'd Tell You - The Lemonheads
- Mary's Prayer - Danny Wilson
- Margo's Waltz - Lloyd Cole
- Speed Queen - Zuba
- Let Her Go Into The Darkness - Jonathan Richman
- Build Me Up Buttercup - The Foundations
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