CRUELLA News: SOMETHING THAT STANDS OUT THE CRUELLA FILM IS FOR THE SONGS THAT APPEAR IN IT, AND HERE WE HAVE THE LIST WITH ALL OF THEM
Cruella’s film was released at the end of last May, and something that has attracted attention is the selection of songs that appear in it. Undoubtedly, Walt Disney Pictures knew how to choose the musical section of this film very well.
Most of the melodies included come from the 60s and 70s. Especially those that belong to the rock and roll genre in its British side stand out. It is a selection that stands out for its high quality.
THE MELODIES OF THE 60’s AND 70’S ABOUND IN ITS SOUNDTRACK
At least that’s what’s on the official movie album. But those who have already seen it will notice that the melodic repertoire is broader. Besides rock, there are also exponents of R&B, pop and even punk.
Part of this selection is due to the stage of history in which the story takes place. Being a prequel to 101 Dalmatians, it is set in London in the 70s, when the punk movement was in full swing in the English capital.
The songs that come out in Cruella seek to set the best possible atmosphere for this era, and give a musical background to its history. There are more than 30 different topics in English, which was to be expected.
This is how Walt Disney Pictures seeks to immerse the public in those hectic times, and the music that years later would be the foundation of other musical genres. As expected, there are also some themes that are original in this film.
THE SONGS THAT COME OUT IN CRUELLA, A SUPERB SELECTION
The following list that we share with you of the songs that appear in Cruella support what we mentioned before. Some of them became truly iconic over the years:
– I Get Ideas (When We Are Dancing), by Tony Martin (1951).
– I Love Paris, by Georgia Gibbs (1953).
– Love Is Like A Violin, by Ken Dodd (1960).
– Smile, by Judy Garland (1963).
– Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps, by Doris Day (1965).
– Whisper Whisper, from the Bee Gees (1969).
– Inside-Looking Out, by The Animals (1966).
– Watch the Dog That Bring the Bone, by Sandy Gaye (1969).
– Ella She’s A Rainbow, by The Rolling Stones (1967).
– Time of the Season, from The Zombies (1968).
– These Boots Are Made for Walkin ‘, by Nancy Sinatra (1965).
– Five to One, by The Doors (1968).
– Eternelle, by Brigitte Fontaine (1968).
– Sympathy for the Devil, by The Rolling Stones (1968).
– Hush, by Deep Purple (1968).
– Feeling Good, by Nina Simone (1965).
– You’re Such A Good Looking Woman, by Joe Dolan (1970).
– Come Together, by Ike & Tina Turner (1970).
– The Wizard, by Black Sabbath (1970).
– I Gotcha, by Joe Tex (1972).
– Bloody Well Right, by Supertramp (1974).
– Nightmares, by The J. Geils Band (1974).
– Fire, from The Ohio Players (1974).
– The Wild One, by Suzi Quatro (1974).
– Stone Cold Crazy, by Queen (1974).
– Gettin ‘Out, by The J. Geils Band (1974).
– Whole Lotta Love, by Ike & Tina Turner (1975).
– Livin ‘Thing, by The Electric Light Orchestra (1976).
– Car Wash, by Rose Royce (1976).
– One Way or Another, by Blondie (1978).
– Boys Keep Swinging, by David Bowie (1979).
– Should I Stay or Should I Go, by The Clash (1981).
– I Wanna Be Your Dog, by John McCrea.
– Call Me Cruella, by Florence + the Machine (2021).
– Cruella de Vil, by Mel Leven (1961).
In addition to the songs that appear in Cruella, we previously shared the phrases of this character, one of the classic villains of Disney movies.
This film, although it is available in some cinemas, is easier to enjoy through Disney +. However, it must be remembered that to be able to see it you must pay an additional fee. With the passage of a few months it will be part of the regular catalog of this video service.