List of songs featured in Shrek

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The following list shows songs that were featured in the Shrek films.

Shrek[edit]

Background[edit]

Shrek introduced a new element to give the film a unique feel; The film used pop music and other oldies to make the story more forward. Covers of songs like On the Road Again and Try a Little Tenderness were integrated in the film's score.[1] As the film was about to be completed, Katzenberg suggested to the filmmakers to redo the film's ending in order to "go out with a big laugh"; Instead of ending film with just a storybook closing over Shrek and Fiona as they ride off into the sunset, they decided to add a song "I'm a Believer" by Smash Mouth and show all the fairytale creatures in the film.[2]

Although Rufus Wainwright's version of the song "Hallelujah" appeared in the soundtrack album, it was John Cale's version that appeared in the film; in a radio interview, Rufus Wainwright suggested that his version of "Hallelujah" did not appear in the film due to the "glass ceiling" he was hitting because of his sexuality. An alternate explanation posits that because Wainwright was an artist for DreamWorks and John Cale was not, thus licensing issues prohibited Cale's version from appearing in the soundtrack album, despite having the filmmakers wanting to have Cale's version appear in the film.[3]

Soundtrack[edit]

Shrek: Music from the Original Motion Picture
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released May 15, 2001
Genre Alternative rock, pop rock, pop, soul
Label DreamWorks
Producer Ron Aniello, Joe Barresi, Jon Brion, Jimmy Harry, Oliver Leiber, Patrick Leonard, Mike Mangini, Eric Valentine, Pete Wingfield, Gavin Greenaway, Harry Gregson-Williams, John Powell, Steve Greenberg, Marylata E. Jacob[4]
Shrek chronology
Shrek: Music from the Original Motion Picture
(2001)
Shrek: Original Motion Picture Score
(2001)

Shrek: Music from the Original Motion Picture is the soundtrack of the 2001 Academy Award-winning and Golden Globe-nominated animated feature Shrek.

The album was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Film Music (lost to the score of Moulin Rouge!) and the Grammy Award for "Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media" (lost to the score of O Brother, Where Art Thou?).

The album has sold 2,475,000 copies in the US as of April 2014.[5]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Stay Home" (Performed by Self) Matt Mahaffey Eric Valentine 3:28
2. "I'm a Believer" (Performed by Smash Mouth) Neil Diamond Eric Valentine 3:05
3. "Like Wow!" (Performed by Leslie Carter) Jimmy Harry, Sandra St. Victor Oliver Leiber, David Gamson 3:34
4. "It Is You (I Have Loved)" (Performed by Dana Glover) Harry Gregson-Williams, John Powell, Gavin Greenaway, Dana Glover Gavin Greenaway, Harry Gregson-Williams 3:58
5. "Best Years of Our Lives" (Performed by Baha Men) David Jaymes, Geoffrey Deane Michael Mangini, Steven Greenberg 2:58
6. "Bad Reputation" (Performed by Halfcocked (Original version by Joan Jett used in the film) [6]) Joan Jett, Kenny Laguna, Ritchie Cordell, Marty Kupersmith Joe Barresi 2:20
7. "My Beloved Monster" (Performed by Eels) E Jon Brion, E 2:10
8. "You Belong to Me" (Performed by Jason Wade) Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart, Chilton Price Ron Aniello 2:41
9. "All Star" (Performed by Smash Mouth) Greg Camp Eric Valentine 3:20
10. "Hallelujah" (Performed by Rufus Wainwright[6][Note 1]) Leonard Cohen Patrick Leonard 4:08
11. "I'm on My Way" (Performed by The Proclaimers) Charlie Reid, Craig Reid Pete Wingfield 3:39
12. "I'm a Believer (Reprise)" (Performed by Eddie Murphy) Neil Diamond N/A 1:13
13. "True Love's First Kiss" (Composed by Harry Gregson-Williams and John Powell) Harry Gregson-Williams, John Powell Harry Gregson-Williams, John Powell 3:10

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[8]

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[9] 2
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[10] 9
Danish Albums (Hitlisten)[11] 19
French Albums (SNEP)[12] 42
German Albums (Official Top 100)[13] 21
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[14] 48
US Billboard 200[4] 28
US Soundtracks (Billboard)[4] 2

Songs that appear in the film but not the soundtrack album[edit]

Shrek in the Swamp Karaoke Dance Party![edit]

These songs feature in the party at the end of the movie.

Score[edit]

Shrek: Original Motion Picture Score
Soundtrack album by Harry Gregson-Williams and John Powell
Released December 4, 2001
Genre Score
Length 44:16
Label Varèse Sarabande
Shrek chronology
Shrek: Music from the Original Motion Picture
(2001)
Shrek: Original Motion Picture Score
(2001)
Shrek 2: The Motion Picture Soundtrack
(2004)

Shrek: Original Motion Picture Score is the film score to the 2001 Academy Award winning animated feature, Shrek. It is composed by Harry Gregson-Williams and John Powell and was the second soundtrack released from the film.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Harry Gregson-Williams and John Powell

No. Title Length
1. "Fairytale"   1:26
2. "Ogre Hunters/Fairytale Deathcamp"   1:35
3. "Donkey Meets Shrek"   2:37
4. "Eating Alone"   1:17
5. "Uninvited Guests"   2:09
6. "March of Farquuad"   0:38
7. "The Perfect King"   1:17
8. "Welcome to Duloc"   0:34
9. "Tournament Speech"   0:51
10. "What Kind of Quest"   2:22
11. "Dragon!/Fiona Awakens"   2:06
12. "One of a Kind Knight"   1:19
13. "Saving Donkey's Ass"   0:43
14. "Escape from the Dragon"   1:58
15. "Helmet Hair"   2:08
16. "Delivery Boy Shrek/Making Camp"   0:47
17. "Friends Journey to Duloc"   2:42
18. "Starry Night"   0:58
19. "Singing Princess"   1:35
20. "Better Out Than In/Sunflower/I'll Tell Him"   2:10
21. "Merry Men"   0:43
22. "Fiona Kicks Ass"   0:28
23. "Fiona's Secret"   3:02
24. "Why Wait to Be Wed/You Thought Wrong"   1:58
25. "Ride the Dragon"   1:36
26. "I Object"   1:51
27. "Transformation/The End"   3:26
Total length:
44:16

Shrek 2[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Shrek 2: Motion Picture Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released May 11, 2004[15]
Genre Rock, alternative rock, pop rock, glam rock, experimental rock
Length 47:35
Label DreamWorks, Geffen
Producer Brad Jones, Brendan O'Brien, Gustavo Santaolalla, Guy Sigsworth, Eric Valentine, Tony Visconti, Andy Zulla, John Alagia, Andrew Sherman, Joseph Arthur, Robin Eaton, Harry Gregson-Williams, Ken Rich, Butterfly Boucher, Juan Campodónico, Mark Oliver Everett[16]
Various artists chronology
Shrek: Original Motion Picture Score
(2001)
Shrek 2: Motion Picture Soundtrack
(2004)
Shrek 2: Original Motion Picture Score
(2004)
Singles from Shrek 2: Motion Picture Soundtrack
  1. "Accidentally in Love"
    Released: May 11, 2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[15]

Shrek 2: Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack for the hit animated comedy film Shrek 2 and was released in May 2004, to accompany the release of the film. The soundtrack reached the top ten on the Billboard 200 and number 1 on the Soundtrack Albums as well as topping the albums chart in Australia. The lead single, "Accidentally in Love" by the Counting Crows, reached the top ten of the Billboard Adult Top 40, the top 20 of singles charts worldwide and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song. The soundtrack also features two versions of the 1980s Bonnie Tyler hit "Holding Out for a Hero".

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Accidentally in Love"   Counting Crows 3:08
2. "Holding Out for a Hero"   Frou Frou 3:21
3. "Changes"   Butterfly Boucher & David Bowie 3:22
4. "As Lovers Go"   Dashboard Confessional 3:29
5. "Funkytown"   Lipps Inc. 3:59
6. "I'm on My Way"   Rich Price 3:21
7. "I Need Some Sleep"   Eels 2:28
8. "Ever Fallen in Love"   Pete Yorn 2:32
9. "Little Drop of Poison"   Tom Waits 3:11
10. "You're So True"   Joseph Arthur 3:53
11. "People Ain't No Good"   Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds 5:39
12. "Fairy Godmother Song"   Jennifer Saunders 1:52
13. "Livin' la Vida Loca"   Antonio Banderas & Eddie Murphy 3:24
14. "Holding Out for a Hero" (Bonus track) Jennifer Saunders 3:56
Total length:
47:35
  • "Funkytown", was originally produced by Lipps Inc., but in the Shrek 2 motion picture, Donna Summer's remake was used.
  • Eddie Murphy is also heard singing "Rawhide".
  • Ben Folds song "Rockin' the Suburbs" was used in the trailer of the film but it was not included on the soundtrack nor in the film.
  • At 0:5:52 in the movie, a trumpeter plays the melody of the Hawaii 5-O Opening Theme by Morton Stevens.

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[17] 1
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[18] 13
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[19] 61
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[20] 98
French Albums (SNEP)[21] 35
German Albums (Official Top 100)[22] 40
New Zealand Albums (Recorded Music NZ)[23] 2
Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade)[24] 37
US Billboard 200[16] 8
US Soundtracks (Billboard)[16] 1
Preceded by
For All You've Done by Hillsong Church
Australian ARIA Albums Chart number-one album
July 26 - August 1, 2004
Succeeded by
One Determined Heart by Paulini

Songs from Far Far Away Idol[edit]

Most of the original voice–actors reprised their roles, with some performed by additional singers.[25]

  1. "Disco Inferno" by The Trammps; sung by Donkey (Eddie Murphy)
  2. "Mr. Roboto" by Styx; sung by Pinocchio (Cody Cameron)
  3. "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper; sung by Doris, The Ugly Stepsister (Larry King)
  4. "Hungry Like the Wolf" by Duran Duran; sung by the Three Pigs (Cody Cameron) and the Big Bad Wolf (Aron Warner)
  5. "I'm Too Sexy" by Right Said Fred; sung by Prince Charming (Randy Crenshaw)
  6. "I Can See Clearly Now" by Johnny Nash; sung by The Three Blind Mice (Randy Crenshaw)
  7. "Sugar Sugar" by The Archies; sung by Gingy (Conrad Vernon)
  8. "Hooked on a Feeling" by Blue Swede; sung by Captain Hook (Matt Mahaffey)
  9. "These Boots Are Made for Walking" by Nancy Sinatra; sung by Puss in Boots (Antonio Banderas)
  10. "What I Like About You" by The Romantics; sung by Shrek (Mike Myers, singing voice by Michael Gough) and Fiona (Cameron Diaz, singing voice by Renee Sands)[footnote 1]
  11. "My Way" by Frank Sinatra; sung by Simon Cowell (singing voice by Rick Riso)

Shrek 2: Party CD[edit]

Shrek 2: Party CD
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released November 5, 2004
Genre Rock, alternative rock, pop rock, glam rock, experimental rock
Length 33:06
Label DreamWorks, Geffen
Producer Matt Mahffey, Mike Himelstein, Sunny Park[26]
Various artists chronology
Shrek 2: Motion Picture Soundtrack
(2004)
Shrek 2: Party CD
(2004)
Shrek 2: Original Motion Picture Score
(2004)

Shrek 2: Party CD is a bonus CD released exclusively at US Walmart stores[27] alongside the Shrek 2 film. The bonus CD features six songs taken from the Far Far Away Idol ending featured at the end of the film as well as six karaoke tracks of the same six songs.[28] The songs are credited to the characters who sang the songs.[26]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Performer(s) Length
1. "Disco Inferno"   Donkey 2:48
2. "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'"   Puss in Boots 2:25
3. "I Can See Clearly Now"   Three Blind Mice 2:26
4. "Hooked on a Feeling"   Captain Hook 2:18
5. "I'm Too Sexy"   Prince Charming 2:57
6. "What I Like About You"   Shrek & Fiona 3:21
7. "Disco Inferno" (Karaoke)   2:51
8. "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" (Karaoke)   2:27
9. "I Can See Clearly Now" (Karaoke)   2:41
10. "Hooked on a Feeling" (Karaoke)   2:39
11. "I'm Too Sexy" (Karaoke)   3:05
12. "What I Like About You" (Karaoke)   3:01
Total length:
33:06

Score[edit]

Shrek 2: Original Motion Picture Score
Soundtrack album by Harry Gregson-Williams
Released December 7, 2004
Genre Score, classical
Length 40:25
Label Varèse Sarabande
Shrek chronology
Shrek 2: Party CD
(2004)
Shrek 2: Original Motion Picture Score
(2004)
Shrek the Third: The Motion Picture Soundtrack
(2007)

Shrek 2: Original Motion Picture Score is the film score to the 2004 animated feature, Shrek 2, the sequel to the Academy Award winner Shrek. Unlike its predecessor, the score for Shrek 2 was only composed by Harry Gregson-Williams.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[29]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Harry Gregson-Williams

No. Title Length
1. "Prince Charming"   2:05
2. "Leaving Home"   1:12
3. "Far Far Away"   1:44
4. "Family Dinner"   2:10
5. "Fiona's Room"   1:01
6. "We Need to Talk"   1:32
7. "The Poison Apple"   1:20
8. "The Factory"   1:40
9. "By the Ol' Oak"   2:02
10. "Annoying Talking Animal"   2:56
11. "The Potion Room"   3:08
12. "Deep Fried"   2:02
13. "Not Meant to Be"   2:49
14. "The Ball"   1:09
15. "The Prince of Her Dreams"   2:16
16. "Tonight on "Knights""   0:48
17. "Magic Tea"   1:50
18. "The Mission"   1:29
19. "Muffin Man"   1:10
20. "Get the Wand"   2:08
21. "All Is Revealed"   3:16
22. "Dragon!!"   0:38
Total length:
40:25

Footnotes:

  1. ^ Renee Sandstrom as credited

Shrek the Third[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Shrek the Third: Motion Picture Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released May 15, 2007
Genre Hard rock, rock, pop
Length 46:50
Label Columbia/Geffen
Producer Ron Fair, Abraham Laboriel, Sr., Thom Panunzio, Jack Joseph Puig, Philip White, The Underdogs, Harry Gregson-Williams, will.i.am, Tal Herzberg, Mark Oliver Everett, Jared Gosselin, Mateo Laboriel[30]
Shrek chronology
Shrek 2: Original Motion Picture Score
(2004)
Shrek the Third: The Motion Picture Soundtrack
(2007)
Shrek the Third: Original Motion Picture Score
(2007)

Shrek the Third: Motion Picture Soundtrack, the soundtrack for the film Shrek the Third was released on May 15, 2007 on Columbia and Geffen Records.[31] A wide range of artists are featured in this soundtrack, including Paul McCartney & Wings, Led Zeppelin, Eels, The Ramones, pop/R&B singer Fergie, and Wolfmother. Eddie Murphy and Antonio Banderas perform another duet, a cover of Sly & the Family Stone's "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)".

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[32]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[33]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Royal Pain"   Eels 2:28
2. "Do You Remember Rock 'n' Roll Radio?"   The Ramones 3:50
3. "Immigrant Song"   Led Zeppelin 2:25
4. "Barracuda"   Fergie 4:39
5. "Live and Let Die"   Paul McCartney & Wings 3:13
6. "Best Days"   Matt White 3:01
7. "Joker & the Thief"   Wolfmother 4:41
8. "Other Ways"   Trevor Hall 3:25
9. "Cat's in the Cradle"   Harry Chapin 3:46
10. "Losing Streak"   Eels 2:50
11. "What I Gotta Do"   Macy Gray 3:09
12. "Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Again)"   Eddie Murphy, Antonio Banderas 4:39
13. "Final Showdown"   Maya Rudolph, Rupert Everett 1:55
14. "Charming's Plan"   Harry Gregson-Williams 2:49
Total length:
46:50

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[34] 32
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[35] 61
US Billboard 200[30] 34
US Soundtracks (Billboard)[30] 2

Songs that appear in the film but not the soundtrack album[edit]

Score[edit]

Shrek the Third: Original Motion Picture Score
Soundtrack album by Harry Gregson-Williams
Released June 19, 2007
Genre Score
Length 37:13
Label Varèse Sarabande[36]
Shrek chronology
Shrek the Third: The Motion Picture Soundtrack
(2007)
Shrek the Third: Original Motion Picture Score
(2007)
Shrek Forever After: Motion Picture Soundtrack
(2010)

Shrek the Third: Original Motion Picture Score is the film score to the 2007 animated feature Shrek the Third, the third movie in the Shrek series. It was composed by British composer Harry Gregson-Williams.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Harry Gregson-Williams

No. Title Length
1. "The Royal Treatment"   2:31
2. "Fatherly Dreams"   2:19
3. "The Frog King Dies"   2:51
4. "Another Adventure"   2:33
5. "Little Ogre Feet"   1:53
6. "Worcestershiree?"   1:53
7. "Charmed & Dangerous"   3:25
8. "Artie's Sob Story"   1:33
9. "A Warm & Fuzzy Navel"   2:17
10. "The Campfire"   1:34
11. "The Hook Attack"   1:22
12. "Merlin"   1:48
13. "The Trip Home"   2:15
14. "Princess Resistance"   2:26
15. "The Dressing Room"   2:19
16. "The Show Begins"   2:03
17. "King Arthur"   3:30
18. "(Almost) Alone at Last"   2:01
Total length:
37:13

Shrek Forever After[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

Shrek Forever After: Music from the Motion Picture
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released May 18, 2010[37]
Genre Soundtrack
Length 60:13
Label DGC,[37] Interscope
Shrek chronology
Shrek the Third: Original Motion Picture Score
(2007)
Shrek Forever After: Motion Picture Soundtrack
(2010)
Shrek Forever After: Original Motion Picture Score
(2010)

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "It's the Rumpelstiltskin Show!" (skit)   0:30
2. "Isn't It Strange"   Scissor Sisters 2:18
3. "Tough Love for Baba" (skit)   0:12
4. "One Love"   Antonio Banderas 2:50
5. "Sunshine and Rainbows" (skit)   0:19
6. "Top of the World"   The Carpenters 2:58
7. "Cupcake Party" (skit)   0:19
8. "Rumpel's Party Palace"   Mike Simpson 1:33
9. "Pinocchio Gets His Wish" (skit)   0:39
10. "Click Click"   Light FM featuring Lloyd Hemmings 1:32
11. "Gingy's Lil' Sugar" (skit)   0:20
12. "Darling I Do"   Landon Pigg and Lucy Schwartz 3:24
13. "Shake Your Groove Thing"   Mike Simpson 1:34
14. "Hello"   Lionel Richie 4:08
15. "Birthday Bash" (skit)   0:30
16. "Sure Shot"   Beastie Boys 3:19
17. "Hook's Garrrrden" (skit)   0:24
18. "Right Back Where We Started From"   Maxine Nightingale 3:13
19. "Wheezer Wig" (skit)   0:16
20. "I'm a Believer"   Weezer 2:59
21. "Home to Fifi" (skit)   0:30
Total length:
33:47

Omitted tracks[edit]

  1. "Wearing My Rolex" by Wiley
  2. "Orinoco Flow" by Enya
  3. "For Once in My Life" by Stevie Wonder

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2010) Peak
position
Greek Albums (IFPI)[38] 35

Score[edit]

Shrek Forever After: Original Motion Picture Score
Soundtrack album by Harry Gregson-Williams
Released May 25, 2010[39]
Genre Score
Length 42:24[39]
Label Varèse Sarabande[39]
Shrek chronology
Shrek Forever After: Motion Picture Soundtrack
(2010)
Shrek Forever After: Original Motion Picture Score
(2010)
Puss in Boots
(2011)

Shrek Forever After: Original Motion Picture Score is the film score to the 2010 animated feature Shrek Forever After, the fourth and final movie in the Shrek series. It was composed by British composer Harry Gregson-Williams.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Harry Gregson-Williams. 

No. Title Length
1. "Once (More) Upon a Time"   1:59
2. "Rumpelstiltskin"   3:30
3. "Same Day, Every Day"   3:32
4. "Shrek Signs the Deal"   3:36
5. "Rumpel's Kingdom"   4:21
6. "The Exit Clause"   2:36
7. "Ogre Resistance"   1:50
8. ""Din Din!""   0:28
9. "Rumpel's Announcement"   3:17
10. "Planning the Attack"   2:10
11. "Fiona Doesn't Love Me"   3:17
12. "Deal of a Lifetime"   3:04
13. "The Main Event"   1:49
14. "Rumpel's Defeat"   2:22
15. "His Day Is Up"   2:43
16. "Never Been Better"   1:31
Total length:
42:24

Puss in Boots[edit]

Puss in Boots
Film score by Henry Jackman
Released October 24, 2011
Genre Score
Length 65:51
Label Sony Classical
Shrek chronology
Shrek Forever After: Original Motion Picture Score
(2010)
Puss in Boots
(2011)

Henry Jackman, the composer for Puss in Boots, utilized folk instruments of traditional Latin music. Inspired by Spanish composer Manuel de Falla, Jackman blended guitars and Latin percussion with an orchestral sound influenced by Claude Debussy and Maurice Ravel.[40]

Lady Gaga's song "Americano" was featured in the film but was not included on the soundtrack.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

All music composed by Henry Jackman, except "Diablo Rojo" and "Hanuman", which are by Rodrigo y Gabriela.

No. Title Length
1. "A Bad Kitty"   2:04
2. "One Leche"   2:01
3. "Jack and Jill"   0:22
4. "Holy Frijoles"   1:14
5. "Chasing Tail"   1:09
6. "Diablo Rojo"   4:53
7. "Humpty Dumpty & Kitty Softpaws"   2:42
8. "The Orphanage"   4:29
9. "Honor and Justice"   1:44
10. "That Fateful Night"   2:35
11. "The Wagon Chase"   2:58
12. "Team Effort"   0:57
13. "Planting the Beans"   2:09
14. "The Magic Beanstalk"   1:17
15. "Castle in the Clouds"   1:57
16. "Golden Goose of Legend"   6:38
17. "Hanuman"   3:39
18. "Confronting the Past"   1:37
19. "I Was Always There"   4:06
20. "Kitty-Cat Break-Out"   1:35
21. "The Great Terror"   7:56
22. "Farewell to San Ricardo"   1:32
23. "The Puss Suite"   3:09
24. "The Giant's Castle"   3:08
Total length:
65:51

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Although the song was performed by John Cale in the film, it didn't appear on the soundtrack album.[7]

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