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EuroTrip is a 2004 American gross-out film produced by the same people as Road Trip and Old School. It tells the story of an American high-school graduate and his friends traveling around Europe. The film grossed a worldwide total of $20,796,847.

Soundtrack

  1. "Scotty Doesn't Know" - Lustra
  2. "My Generation" - Chapeaumelon (The Who cover)
  3. "Wild One" - Wakefield
  4. "99 Red Balloons" - Goldfinger (Nena cover)
  5. "In The City" - The Jam
  6. "Shooting Stars" - Cauterize
  7. "Nonchalant" - Chapeaumelon
  8. "Scotty Doesn't Know" (Euro Version) - MC Jeffsky
  9. "Make My Dreams Come True" - Apollo 440
  10. "Du" - David Hasselhoff (Peter Maffay cover)
  11. "Les Promesses" - Autour De Lucie
  12. "I Love Marijuana" - Linval Thompson
  13. "Turn It Up" - Ugly Duckling
  14. "Get Loose" - The Salads
  • "England 5 - Germany 1" , a song by the seminal English Oi! band The Business plays on the hooligan bus trip to Paris. This song does not appear on the soundtrack.
  • "Ça plane pour moi", a song by Belgian musician Plastic Bertrand can be heard when the four friends first get on the train. This song does not appear on the soundtrack either.
  • "Let Forever Be", a song sung by Noel Gallagher of Oasis on lead vocals and performed by The Chemical Brothers. It can be heard in the unrated movie edition where the twins are seen drunkenly kissing each other.





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