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Cedar Rapids Soundtrack

Updated on February 28, 2013

Music From The Cedar Rapids Movie Soundtrack

Twenty Songs are included on the Cedar Rapids Movie Soundtrack with original music composed by Christophe Beck who also worked on The Hangover and Hot Tub Time Machine with Margaret Yen as the music supervisor who also worked on The Hangover, Juno & The Town.

Haven't yet seen if an official soundtrack CD will be released for Cedar Rapids but I was able to track down MP3 downloads of 16 songs included in the movie featuring songs by Marah, Okkervil River, Blitzen Trapper, Patrick Park, Uncle Earl, David & The Citizens, Penguin Café Orchestra, F***ed Up, The F***ing Eagles, Jake Monaco, Jeff The Brotherhood, Ryland Dodge and Jawbox.

Fun retro hits round out music on The Cedar Rapids OST with "Hotline" by The Sylvers, ""Radar Love" by Golden Earring, "Break My Stride" by Matthew Wilder, 1970s French Jazz from The Charles Burbank Band and from way back, "Big Noise From Winnetka" by Bob Crosby, circa 1936.

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Music From Cedar Rapids Soundtrack - Songs in the Cedar Rapids Movie

"Smooth Out" - Darius Holbert

"One Night in Paradise" - Jake Monaco

"I Can't Stay" - Ryland Dodge

"Oh Dear! What Can The Matter Be" - Traditional

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What do you think of former Daily Show funny man Ed Helms, now of the Office and his breakout turn as the lead of the movie Cedar Rapids?

Cedar Rapids Movie & Soundtrack - Starring Ed Helms

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      There was a song played during the scavanger hunt, there was whistling in it..does anyone know that song?

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      This movie was better than I thought it would be. Pretty good soundtrack too. If you would actually like to check out the movie it's currently showing on Cinemax. Check out the new Cinemax site for their extensive movie and tv lineup. Thanks for the post.

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      Mary 6 years ago from Chicago area

      I think The Hangover was the real breakout movie part for Ed Helms -- but it will be fun to see how he does in a lead part. Interesting mix on the soundtrack, and I liked learning about the Hollywood script "blacklist" from your lens, too! Blessed by a new angel :)