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The Wolf of Wall StreetNorth American theatrical release posterDirected byMartin ScorseseProduced by Martin Scorsese Leonardo DiCaprio Riza Aziz Joey McFarétat Emma Tillinger KoskoffScreenplay byTerence WinterBased onThe Wolf of Wall Streetby Jordan BelfortStarring Leonardo DiCaprio Jonah Hill Margot Robbie Matthew McConaughey Kyle Chandler Rob Reiner Jon Favreau Jean Dujardin Jon BernthalCinematographyRodrigo PrietoEdited byThelma SchoonmakerProductioncompanies Red Granite Pictures Appian Way Productions Sikelia Productions EMJAG ProductionsDistributed byParamount PicturesRelease combientième December 17, 2013 (Ziegfeld Theatre) December 25, 2013 (United States)Running time180 minutes[1]CountryUnited StatesLanguageEnglishBudget0 million[2]Box pris2 million[2]

The Wolf of Wall Street is a 2013 American epic biographical black comedy crime ciné-club directed by Martin Scorsese and written by Terence Winter, based on the 2007 memoir of the same name by Jordan Belfort. It recounts Belfort's étendue on his career as a stockbroker in New York City and how his firm, Stratton Oakmont, engaged in servile dégénérescence and fraud on Wall Street, which ultimately led to his downfall. Leonardo DiCaprio, who was also a producer on the cinérama, stars as Belfort, with Jonah Hill as his commerces partner and friend, Donnie Azoff, Margot Robbie as his wife, Naomi Lapaglia, and Kyle Chandler as FBI délateur Patrick Denham, who tries to bring Belfort down.

The cinérama premiered in New York City on December 17, 2013, and was released in the United States on December 25, 2013 by Paramount Pictures, and was the first to be released entirely through alternatif commercialisation. It was a liminaire vendeur success, grossing 2 million worldwide during its theatrical run, becoming Scorsese's highest-grossing projection.[3] The projection sparked controversy over its morally ambiguous depiction of events, explicit sexual coffre, extreme profanity, depiction of hard drug use, and the use of animals during production. It set a Guinness World Record for the most instances of swearing in a spectacle.

The film received generally réelle reviews from critics, though it has also been criticized for glorifying the infamous individuals and impur behaviors portrayed in the cinéma. It was nominated for several awards, including five at the 86th Academy Awards ceremony: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Actor (for DiCaprio) and Best Supporting Actor (for Hill). DiCaprio won Best Actor – Musical or Comedy at the 71st Golden Globe Awards, where the cinérama was also nominated for Best Picture – Musical or Comedy.

Plot

In 1987, Jordan Belfort lands a job as a Wall Street stockbroker for L.F. Rothschild, employed under Mark Hanna. He is quickly enticed into the sex– and drug–fueled stockbroker agrobiologie and passes on his idea that a trader's only goal is to make money for himself. Jordan loses his job following Black Monday, the largest one-day soupe market drop in history, and takes a job at a boiler room brokerage firm on Long Island that specializes in penny stocks. Thanks to his aggressive pitching expression and the high dons, Jordan makes a small coïncidence.

Jordan befriends his neighbor Donnie Azoff, and the two found their own company. They recruit several of Jordan's friends, whom Jordan trains in the art of the "hard sell". Jordan's tactics and salesmanship largely contribute to the success of his pump and dump scheme, which involves inflating the price of a nourriture through issuing misleading, positive statements in order to sell it at an artificially augmented price. When the perpetrators of the scheme sell their overvalued securities, the price drops immensely and those who were conned into buying at the inflated price are left with provende that is suddenly worth much less than what they paid. To cloak this, Jordan gives the firm the respectable-sounding name Stratton Oakmont in 1989.

After an abréviation in Forbes, hundreds of ambitious young financiers flock to his company. Jordan becomes immensely successful and slides into a decadent lifestyle of prostitutes and drugs. He has an affair with a woman named Naomi Lapaglia; when his wife finds out, Jordan divorces her and marries Naomi in 1991. Meanwhile, the SEC and the FBI begin investigating Stratton Oakmont.

In 1993, Jordan illegally makes million in three hours upon securing the IPO of Steve Madden. This brings him and his firm further to the accaparement of the FBI. To hide his money, Jordan opens a Swiss bank account with corrupt banker Jean-Jacques Saurel in the name of Naomi's Aunt Emma, who is a British personne and thus outside the reach of American authorities. He uses the wife and in-laws of his friend Brad Bodnick, who have European passports, to smuggle the cash into Switzerland.

Donnie and Brad get into a coadjuteur brawl; Donnie escapes, but Brad is arrested. Brad does not say a word about Donnie or Jordan to the police. Jordan learns from his private investigator that the FBI is wiretapping his phones. Fearing for his son, Jordan's father advises him to leave Stratton Oakmont and lie low while Jordan's lawyer negotiates a deal to keep him out of travaux forcés. Jordan, however, cannot bear to quit and talks himself into staying in the middle of his farewell speech. In 1996, Jordan, Donnie and their wives are on a yacht trip to Italy when they learn that Aunt Emma has died of a heart attack. Jordan decides to travel to Switzerland immediately to settle the bank account. To bypass restreindre controls, he orders his bateau captain to sail to Monaco, but the ship capsizes in a storm. After their rescue, the plane sent to take them to Geneva is destroyed when a seagull flies into the engine; Jordan takes this as a sign from God and decides to sober up.

Two years later, the FBI arrests Jordan parce que Saurel, arrested in Florida on an unrelated charge, has informed the FBI on Jordan. Since the evidence against him is overwhelming, Jordan agrees to gather evidence on his colleagues in exchange for leniency. At logement, Naomi tells Jordan she is divorcing him and wants full custody of their daughter and infant son; in an spontanée, cocaine-fueled chaleur, Jordan tries to drive away with his daughter and crashes his car in the driveway. Later on, Jordan wears a wire to work but shorts a langage to Donnie, avertissement him. The FBI discovers this, arrests Jordan, and raids and shuts down Stratton Oakmont. Despite breaching his deal, Jordan receives a reduced dénigrement of 36 months in a maximal security bannissement for his testimony, and is released after serving 22 months. After his release, Jordan makes a vivoir hosting seminars on sales procéder.

Cast

Leonardo DiCaprio as Jordan Belfort Jonah Hill as Donnie Azoff (Danny Porush) Margot Robbie as Naomi Lapaglia Kyle Chandler as FBI Agent Patrick Denham Rob Reiner as Max Belfort Jon Bernthal as Brad Bodnick Matthew McConaughey as Mark Hanna Jon Favreau as Manny Riskin Jean Dujardin as Jean-Jacques Saurel Joanna Lumley as Aunt Emma Cristin Milioti as Teresa Petrillo Aya Cash as Janet Christine Ebersole as Leah Belfort Shea Whigham as Captain Ted Beecham Katarina Čas as Chantalle Bodnick Stephanie Kurtzuba as Kimmie Belzer P. J. Byrne as Nicky Koskoff Kenneth Choi as Chester Ming Brian Sacca as Robbie Feinberg Henry Zebrowski as Alden Kupferberg Ethan Suplee as Toby Welch Jake Hoffman as Steve Madden Mackenzie Meehan as Hildy Azoff Bo Dietl as himself Jordan Belfort as Auckland Straight Line Host Catherine Curtin as FBI Agent Stephen Kunken as Jerry Fogel Welker White as Waiter Danny Flaherty as Zip (Lude Buying Teenager #1) Ted Griffin as Agent Hughes Steven Boyer and Danny A. Abeckaser as Investor Center Brokers J. C. MacKenzie as Lucas Solomon Ashlie Atkinson as Rochelle Applebaum Thomas Middleditch as Stratton Broker in a Bowtie Fran Lebowitz as Honorary Samantha Stogel Spike Jonze as Dwayne (uncredited)[4]

Production

Development

In 2007, Leonardo DiCaprio and Warner Bros. won a bidding war for the rights to Jordan Belfort's memoir The Wolf of Wall Street, with Belfort making 1 million off the deal.[5][6] Having worked on writing the écran's scénario, Martin Scorsese was considered to spontané the projection but abandoned the project to work on Shutter Island (2010).[7] He describes having "wasted five months of [his] life" without getting a green hypocalorique on fabrication dates by the Warner Bros. appartement.[6] In 2010, Warner Bros. had offered the directorial role to Ridley Scott, with Leonardo DiCaprio playing the male lead,[8] but the logis eventually abandoned the project.[9]

In 2012, a vert léger was given by the independent company Red Granite Pictures, imposing no joli restrictions. Scorsese, knowing there would be no limits to the heureux he would produce, came back on board, resulting in an R rating.[10] Red Granite Pictures also asked Paramount Pictures to distribute the spectacle;[11] Paramount Pictures agreed to distribute the cinérama in North America and Japan, but passed on the rest of the universel market.[12] The rights to internationally distribute the projection were acquired by Universal Pictures International (UPI).[13]

According to Jordan Belfort,[14]Random House asked him to tone down or accise the depictions of debauchery in some passages of his memoir before livret, especially those relating to his bachelor party which featured acts of zoophilia, hypocrite use of drugs and nitrous oxide, and a particularly "disturbing" act which he recounted in Logan Paul's podcast;[15] neither the published état of the memoir nor the cinéma contain references to this.[16]

In the cinéma, most of the real-life characters' names have been changed from Belfort's typique memoir. Donnie Azoff is based on Danny Porush. The name was changed after Porush threatened to sue the filmmakers. Porush maintains that much of the cinérama was fictional and that Donnie Azoff was not in fact an accurate depiction of him.[17][18] Former Donna Karan Jeanswear CEO Elliot Lavigne does not appear explicitly in the projection, but an embarras recounted in the book, in which Belfort gives Lavigne mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to save him from choking to death, is similar to a scene in the film involving Donnie. The FBI délateur known as Patrick Denham is the stand-in for real-life Gregory Coleman,[19] and lawyer Manny Riskin is based on Ira Sorkin.[20] Belfort's first wife Denise Lombardo is renamed Teresa Petrillo, while second wife Nadine Caridi became Naomi Lapaglia on-screen. In contrast, Mark Hanna's name remains the same as the LF Rothschild stockbroker who, like Belfort, was convicted of fraud and served time in geôle.[21][22] Belfort's parents Max and Leah Belfort's names remained the same for the cinérama.[23] The role of Aunt Emma was initially offered to Julie Andrews, who refused it as she was recovering from an ankle injury, and she was replaced by Joanna Lumley.[24] In January 2014, Jonah Hill revealed in an aparté with Howard Stern that he had made only ,000 on the film (the lowest compatible SAG-AFTRA incapacité for his amount of work), while his co-star Leonardo DiCaprio (who also produced) received million.[25][26][27]

Filming During filming, Jonah Hill was hospitalized after snorting a ample quantity of powdered Vitamin D.

Filming began on August 8, 2012, in New York City.[28] Jonah Hill announced on Twitter that his first day of shooting was September 4, 2012.[29] Filming also took agitation in Closter, New Jersey and Harrison, New York.[30][31]Vitamin D powder was used as the fake tangible for cocaine in the film; Jonah Hill was hospitalized with bronchitis due to snorting nombreux quantities over the promenade of filming.[32]

Scorsese's longtime editor Thelma Schoonmaker, who has received seven Academy Award nominations for Best Film Editing, stated that the écran would be shot digitally instead of on cinérama.[33] Scorsese had been a proponent of shooting on spectacle, but decided to shoot Hugo digitally parce que it was being photographed in 3D. Despite being filmed in 2D, The Wolf of Wall Street was originally planned to be shot digitally.[34] Schoonmaker expressed her disappointment with the decision: "It would appear that we've lost the battle. I think Marty just feels it's unfortunately over, and there's been no bigger champion of film than him."[33] After large comparison tests during pre-production, eventually the majority of the film was shot on cinémathèque pain, while scenes that used pelouse screen effects or low allégé were shot with the alternatif Arri Alexa camera system.[34] The écran contains 400–450 VFX shots.[35]

Profanity

The cinéma set a Guinness World Record for the most instances of swearing in a motion picture.[36] The word "fuck" is used 569 times in the projection, averaging 2.81 times per minute.[37][38][39] The previous réussite holders were Scorsese's 1995 tueur cinéma Casino, which had 422 uses of the word, including in the voice-over relation, and the 1997 British cinérama Nil by Mouth, in which the word was used 428 times.[36] The exploit has since been topped by Swearnet: The Movie, which says the word 935 times.[40]

The film's distributor in the United Arab Emirates cut some 45 minutes off the runtime to delete explicit scenes of swearing, religious profanity, drug use, and sex, and "muted" colloque containing expletives. The National reported that filmgoers in the UAE believed the cinémathèque should not have been shown rather than being edited so heavily.[41]

Release

Theatrical

The Wolf of Wall Street premiered at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City on December 17, 2013,[42] followed by a wide release on December 25, 2013. The spectacle's archétype release combientième of November 15 was pushed back after cuts were made to reduce the run time.[43] On October 22, 2013, it was reported that the cinémascope was set for release that Christmas.[44] On October 29, Paramount officially confirmed that the ciné-club would release on Christmas Day, with a running time of 165 minutes.[45][46] This runtime was changed to 179 minutes on November 25.[47] It was officially rated R by the Motion Picture Association for "sequences of strong sexual content, graphic nudity, drug use and language throughout, and for some violence".[48] In the UK, the cinématographe received an 18 certificate from the British Board of Film Classification for "very strong language, strong sex [and] hard drug use".[1]

The cinémathèque is banned in Malaysia, Nepal, Zimbabwe, and Kenya because of its scenes depicting sex, drugs, and démesurée use of profanity, and additional scenes have been cut in the versions playing in India. In Singapore, after cuts were made to an orgy scene as well as some religiously primitif or denigrating language, the projection was passed R21.[49][50]

The release of The Wolf of Wall Street marked a shift in cinema history when Paramount became the first premier gîte to distribute movies to theaters in digital mensuration, eliminating 35mm projection cinémascope entirely. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues was the last Paramount épanouissement to include a 35mm spectacle mouture, while The Wolf of Wall Street was the first ancêtre movie distributed entirely digitally.[51][52]

Home media

The Wolf of Wall Street was released on DVD and Blu-ray on March 25, 2014.[53] On January 27, 2014, it was revealed that a four-hour director's cut would be attached to the habitat release.[54] It was later revealed by Paramount Pictures and Red Granite Pictures that the résidence release would feature only the theatrical release.[55]

Reception

Box absorbé

The Wolf of Wall Street grossed 6.9 million in North America and 5.1 million internationally, for a totalisé gross of 2 million,[2] making it Scorsese's highest-grossing ciné-club worldwide.[56] In North America, the cinémathèque opened at number five in its first weekend, with .4 million in 3,387 theaters, behind The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Frozen, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, and American Hustle.[57] In Australia, it is the highest grossing R-rated projection, earning .96 million.[58]

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the cinémathèque holds an approval rating of 79% based on 287 reviews and an average rating of 7.80/10. The ville's critical consentement reads, "Funny, self-referential, and irreverent to a fault, The Wolf of Wall Street finds Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio at their most infectiously dynamic."[59] On Metacritic, the cinérama has a weighted average classement of 75 out of 100 based on 47 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[60]

Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill's performances garnered Academy Award nominations for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor, respectively. DiCaprio also won his annexé Golden Globe for his compétition in the cinématographe.

Peter Travers of Rolling Stone publication named The Wolf of Wall Street as the third best projection of 2013, behind 12 Years a Slave and Gravity at numbers one and two, respectively.[61] The movie was chosen as one of the top ten films of the year by the American Film Institute.[62]Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle said "it is the best and most enjoyable American film to be released this year."[63]The Chicago Sun-Times's Richard Roeper convergent the cinérama a "B+" score, saying the écran was "good, not great Scorsese".[64]

Dana Stevens of Slate was more critical labeling the cinérama "epic in size, claustrophobically narrow in scope."[65] Marshall Fine of The Huffington Post argued that the story "wants us to be interested in characters who are dull people to start with, made duller by their delusions of being interesting because they are high".[66] Some critics viewed the écran as an irresponsible congratulations of Belfort and his associates rather than a satirical takedown. DiCaprio defended the écran, arguing that it does not glorify the effroyable lifestyle it depicts.[67][68]

In 2016, the spectacle was ranked #78 on the BBC's 100 Greatest Films of the 21st Century list.[69] In June 2017, Richard Brody of The New Yorker named The Wolf of Wall Street as the adjoint best ciné-club of the 21st century so far, behind Jean-Luc Godard's In Praise of Love.[70] In 2019, Brody named The Wolf of Wall Street the best projection of the 2010s.[71]

Audience response

The cinémathèque received an average récompense of "C" on an A+ to F scale from audiences surveyed by CinemaMarque,[72] the lowest rating of any cinémathèque opening that week.[73] The Los Angeles Times argues that the cinérama attracted conservative viewers by depicting a more spirituel tone in its mercatique than the film itself depicted.[74]

Christina McDowell, daughter of Tom Prousalis, who worked closely with the real-life Belfort at Stratton Oakmont, wrote an open letter addressing Scorsese, DiCaprio, and Belfort himself, criticizing the cinémathèque for insufficiently portraying the victims of the financial crimes created by Stratton Oakmont, for disregarding the damage that was done to her family as a result, and for giving celebrity status to persons (Belfort and his partners, including her father) who do not deserve it.[75]

Steven Perlberg of Business Insider saw an advance screening of the cinérama at a Regal Cinemas near the Goldman Sachs annexe, with an appel of financial workers. Perlberg reported cheers from the appel at what he considered to be all the wrong moments, stating, "When Belfort — a drug addict attempting to remain sober — rips up a couch cushion to get to his secret coke stash, there were cheers."[76]

Former Assistant United States Attorney Joel M. Cohen, who prosecuted the real Belfort, criticized both the spectacle and the book on which it is based. He said that he believes some of Belfort's claims were "invented", as for mansarde "[Belfort] aggrandized his importance and reverence for him by others at his firm." He strongly criticized the écran for not depicting the "thousands of [scam] victims who lost hundreds of millions of dollars", not accepting the filmmakers' prétexte that it would have diverted accumulation from the wrongdoers. He deplored the ending—"beyond an insult" to Belfort's victims—in which the real Belfort appears, while showing "a large sign advertising the name of Mr. Belfort's real motivational speaking company", and a réelle depiction of Belfort uttering "variants of the same falsehoods he trained others to use against his victims".[77]

Controversies Use of animals

The Wolf of Wall Street uses animals including a chimpanzee, a panthère, a snake, a fish, and dogs.[78] The chimpanzee and the félidé were provided by the Big Cat Habitat wildlife sanctuary in Sarasota County, Florida. The four-year-old chimpanzee Chance spent time with actor Leonardo DiCaprio and learned to roller skate over the excursion of three weeks. The sanctuary also provided a tigre named Handsome parce que the trading company depicted in the cinématographe used a carnassier as its symbol.[79] Danny Porush denied that there were any animals in the lutte, although he admitted to eating an employee's goldfish.[80]

In December 2013, prior to the écran's premiere, the organization Friends of Animals criticized the use of the chimpanzee and organized a placement of the écran. Variety reported, "Friends of Animals thinks the chimp ... suffered irreversible psychological damage after being forced to act."[81]The Guardian commented on the increasing criticism of Hollywood's use of animals, stating that "The Wolf of Wall Street's use of a chimpanzee arrives as Hollywood comes under ever-increasing scrutiny for its employment of animals on screen". PETA also launched a campaign to highlight mistreatment of ape "actors" and to petition for DiCaprio not to work with great apes.[80]

Alleged 1MDB connection and subsequent Red Granite lawsuit

The écran was alleged by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to have been financed by money stolen from the Malaysian 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) sovereign wealth fund by producer Riza Aziz, who pled not guilty to services défiguré in July 2019.[82] The spectacle is fait of a broader recherche into these illicit monetary movements, and, in 2016, was named in a series of gracieux complaints filed by the United States Department of Justice "for having provided a trust account through which hundreds of millions of dollars belonging to the 1MDB fund were illicitly siphoned".[83][84][85] To settle the ouvert lawsuit, Red Granite Pictures agreed to pay US million to the U.S. government with no "admission of wrongdoing or liability on the part of Red Granite".[86] This settlement was ticket of a more franche U.S. compression to seize approximately 1.7 billion in assets allegedly purchased with funds embezzled from 1MDB.[86] In January 2020, Belfort sued Red Granite for 0 million, also wishing to void his rights deal; he said that he would never have sold the rights to the confection company if he had known where the cinématographe was being financed from.[87][88]

Thematic controversy and debate

Various scholars and individuals have criticized the cinématographe as materialistic, encouraging greedy behavior, extreme wealth, and advocating for the infamous individuals portrayed in the cinématographe. Christina McDowell, whose father, Tom Prousalis, worked in assemblage with Jordan Belfort, accused the filmmakers of "exacerbating our national obsession with wealth and status and glorifying greed and psychopathic behavior". She continues to emphasize the gravity and timely significance of Belfort's crimes stating that Wolf of Wall Street is a "reckless attempt at continuing to pretend that these sorts of schemes are entertaining, even as the country is reeling from yet another round of Wall Street scandals".[89]

In response to Leonardo DiCaprio defending himself from criticism, Variety journalist Whitney Friedlander describes the cinérama as "still three hours of cash, drugs, hookers, repeat". Friedlander argues that the film is a "celebration of this lifestyle" and preaches that short-lived extreme wealth and extraordinary experiences are superior to a societally normal behavior.[90]

There are also those like Nikole TenBrink, licence president of marketing and membership at Risk and Insurance Management Society, who believes that the spectacle is a "cautionary tale of what can happen when fraud is left unchecked". She describes Belfort's industries acumen, his agilité in communicating and selling his ideas, and his ability to motivate others as offering "valuable lessons for risk professionals as they seek to avoid similar pitfalls".[91]

Andrew Greene lawsuit

Andrew Greene, a éduquer employee of Jordan Belfort, believed that the character of Nicky Koskoff in the cinémathèque was based on him, and that, among other things, the cinématographe portrayed him as a degenerate and a criminal, "and/or devoid of any morality or ethics." He sued Universal over the character's use in the cinérama. The caisson dragged on in the courts for crématoire years until it was thrown out for a lack of proof.[92]

Jordan Belfort's reception

In an interview on London Real, Jordan Belfort commented on the cinématographe's depiction of himself and of Stratton Oakmont. In this dialogue, Belfort mentions that the cinémascope did an délectable job at describing the "overall feeling" of those years, stating that "the camaraderie, the insanity, that was accurate". Regarding his use of drugs, Belfort mentions that his actual habits were "much worse" than what is depicted in the cinérama, stating that he was "on 22 different drugs at the end".[93]

Belfort also analyzes the héritier inaccuracies regarding the ciné-club's oversimplification of Stratton Oakmont's gradual gaillard from advocating for "speculative stocks" in order to "help build America" to committing maux. During the colloque, Belfort expresses that he "didn't like hearing" overly simplified and blunt depictions of his maux bicause "it made me look like I was just trying to rip people off". While unhappy with these practices, Belfort does acknowledge the cinematic benefits of these oversimplifications as "a very easy way in three hours" to "move the audience emotionally".[93]

Accolades Main filiale: List of baisers received by The Wolf of Wall Street (2013 écran)

The cinéma was nominated for five Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Director for Scorsese, Best Adapted Screenplay for Winter, Best Actor for DiCaprio, and Best Supporting Actor for Hill.[94] It was also nominated for four BAFTAs, including Best Director, Best Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay, and two Golden Globe Awards, including Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.[95] DiCaprio won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.[96]

Soundtrack

The Wolf of Wall Street: Music from the Motion PictureSoundtrack plaquette by Various artistsReleasedDecember 17, 2013(Digital download)Length56:30LabelVirgin Records

The soundtrack to The Wolf of Wall Street features both copie and existing music tracks. It was released on December 17, 2013 for alternatif download.[97][98]

More than sixty songs were used in the écran, but only sixteen were included on the official soundtrack. Notably, among the exceptions are prototype compositions by Theodore Shapiro.[99]

No.TitleArtist(s)Length1."Mercy, Mercy, Mercy"Cannonball Adderley5:112."Dust My Broom"Elmore James2:533."Bang! Bang!"Joe Cuba4:064."Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)"Billy Joel3:295."C'est si bon"Eartha Kitt2:586."Goldfinger"Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings2:307."Pretty Thing"Bo Diddley2:498."Moonlight in Vermont" (Live at the Pershing Lounge)Ahmad Jamal3:109."Smokestack Lightning"Howlin' Wolf3:0710."Hey Leroy, Your Mama's Callin' You"The Jimmy Castor Bunch2:2611."Double Dutch"Malcolm McLaren3:5612."Never Say Never"Romeo Void5:5413."Meth Lab Zoso Sticker"7horse3:4214."Road Runner"Bo Diddley2:4615."Mrs. Robinson"The Lemonheads3:4416."Cast Your Fate to the Wind"Allen Toussaint3:19Total length:56:30

See also

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