Song credits - additional film music - songs that are not included in the official soundtrack list, but are playing in the movie.
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1. September Fields – Frazey Ford
[0:02′] Title card/ 20 years later, Vince walks around the town with his music equipment, trying to get a gig.
2. Hope – Arlo Parks
[0:11′] Vince enters the George Tavern and asks for a cider, but he has no money in his wallet.
3. Everything Will Be Alright – Reverend Milton Biggham
[0:14′] Vince goes to the church and fills his mouth and pockets with food.
4. Dondada – Klikzo
[0:21′] While passing through the marketplace, someone shows Vince that his video got 64.000 views.
5. I am As I Am – The Autistix
[0:23′] Vince goes to the pub and shows the manager his video.
6. Promised Land – The Allergies
[0:25′] Vince goes to the Church Office and takes Stevie’s address from one of the files in the drawer, then pays him a visit.
7. Daughter – Eoin Macken
[0:35′] Vince listens to Austin recording a new song at the studio.
8. Seven Nights – Mysie
[0:39′] Vince, Stevie, and Amber arrive at the pub and get ready to perform.
9. Bam Bam – Sister Nancy
[0:40′] Vince and Stevie place their equipment on stage and get ready for their debut.
10. House Of The Rising Sun – Ed Skrein & Leo Long
[0:45′] Vince and Stevie sing a cover of this song and they receive good feedback from the audience.
11. Californian Soil – London Grammar
[0:50′] Austin offers to help Vince but he refuses; Vince goes to Amber’s place to apologize about what happened at the gig.
12. The Rip – Portishead
[0:55′] Vince gets a flashback from the time he used to sing in a boy band; young Vince receives the news of his brother’s death.
13. Sea Groove – Big Boss Man
[1:04′] Stevie leaves the house alone and goes to different pubs to distribute flyers.
14. Listen To The Music – The Doobie Brothers
[1:16′] Vince goes to the George Tavern and asks Mel out on a date.
15. Fever To The Form – Nick Mulvey
[1:22′] Vince receives a parcel from his mother and later meets up with her to visit Ted’s grave; Vince and Steve miss the music group gatherings.
16. Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 In G Major, BWV 1048: I. Allegro – Wiener Akademie & Martin Haselböck
[1:36′] Mel welcomes Stevie and Amber with drinks and soon Vince appears on the improvised stage.
17. Freedom For a Change – Gizmo Varillas
[1:40’] First end credits song / Ending song
I Used To Be Famous official OST album tracklist, original motion picture score.
Original release date: 16 September 2022
Label: Netflix Music
Original music composed by Hannah Reid, Dan Rothman, David M. Saunders
1. They’re Calling Our Name – Ed Skrein
2. House of the Rising Sun – Ed Skrein, Leo Long and Cast of I Used to Be Famous
3. Feel the Change – Ed Skrein, Leo Long and Cast of I Used to Be Famous
[1:37′] Vince sings this song for Stevie, then calls him up on the stage to perform together.
4. Brothers – David M. Saunders
5. It Would Be Everything – Ed Skrein, Leo Long and Cast of I Used To Be Famous
[0:48′] Vince starts singing this song about a person that means a lot to him and someone from the crowd starts bullying Stevie.
6. What a Wonderful World – Aiyana Goodfellow
[1:10′] At the weekly gathering, Nadeera finds the courage to sing, so Vince hands her the microphone.
7. Young and Free – Ed Skrein, Leo Long and Cast of I Used to Be Famous
[0:43′] Vince and Stevie perform for the first time as the Tin Bins.
[1:34’] After celebrating his birthday at the restaurant with his mom, Stevie follows the street signs left by Vince for him.
8. I Used to Be Famous – David M. Saunders
[0:33′] Vince Goes to the Firestarter Studios to talk to Mr. Roberts.
[1:15’] Vince calls back Austin and agrees to meet up with him.
[1:43’] Second end credits song
9. Second Chances – David M. Saunders
I Used to Be Famous – David M. Saunders
Fever To The Form – Nick Mulvey
Streaming on: Netflix
IMDB: I Used to Be FamousI Used To Be Famous Film information
Movie Genre: Comedy, Drama, Music
Release date (wide): 16 September 2022
Runtime: 1h 44m
Production: Forty Foot Pictures, Viewfinder
Director: Eddie Sternberg
Stars: Ed Skrein, Eoin Macken, Lorraine Ashbourne