Austin Powers in Goldmember Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Austin Powers en Miembro de Oro

Title in Italiano:

Austin Powers in Goldmember

Title in Português:

Austin Powers em Membro Dourado


Having escaped from a maximum-security prison, Austin's deranged arch-nemesis Dr Evil and his mean minuscule accomplice Mini-Me are up to no good. And, as the dangerous criminal duo joins forces with perverted, gold-loving evil-doer Goldmember to take over the world, England's renowned spy Nigel Powers, Austin's dauntless father, is put in harm's way.

Now, after the events of Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999), Powers embarks on a wild rescue mission through time with beautiful undercover agent Foxxy Cleopatra, looking for answers in distant 1975. However, the question remains. Can Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) shed light on the mystery and save the day?

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Austin Powers in Goldmember
Soul Bossa Nova
Quincy Jones: Writer
George S. Clinton: Arrangement
George S. Clinton: Performer
Pharrell Williams: Writer
Britney Spears: Performer
Daddy Wasn't There
Matthew Sweet: Writer
Matthew Sweet: Produced
Ming Tea: Performer
Miss You (Dr. Dre Remix 2002)
Dr. Dre: Courtesy of promotone b.v. and virgin benelux b.v. produced
Mick Jagger: Writer
The Rolling Stones: Performer
Ain't No Mystery
Smash Mouth: Writer
Smash Mouth: Performer
Smash Mouth: Produced
Shining Star
Maurice White: Writer
Earth Wind & Fire: Performer
Hey Goldmember
Harry Wayne Casey: Writer
Beyoncé: Performer
Beyoncé: Produced
Mike Myers: Parody lyrics
A Fifth Of Beethoven
Walter Murphy: Composed and arranged
Walter Murphy: Performer
That's The Way (I Like It)
Georgia Rosie
Bruno Coon: Writer
Bruno Coon: Performer
Evil Woman
à tokyo
Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem - Dr. Evil Mix)
On Top Of Spaghetti
Badder Badder Schwing
Beyond the Sea
Papa, Can You Hear Me?
What The World Needs Now Is Love
Groove Me
Alfie (What's It All About, Austin?)
Work It Out
Underworld (8)
Johnny Too Bad 1
Pomp and Circumstance March
International Network
Rule Britannia
Daddy Wasn't There
Matthew Sweet: Performer
Ain't No Mystery
Smash Mouth: Performer
That's The Way (I Like It)
Walter Murphy: Performer
Alfie (What's It All About, Austin?)
Burt Bacharach: Performer

User reviews

Susan Green

The soundtrack features a diverse range of genres, showcasing the versatility of the music choices.

Dorothy Williams

The soundtrack seamlessly integrates with the storyline, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Nancy Wright

The mix of classic 70s hits and original songs creates a fun and nostalgic listening experience.

Jennifer Lewis

Overall, the soundtrack of Austin Powers in Goldmember is a delightful blend of retro classics and original compositions that elevates the film to new heights, making it a must-watch for music and movie lovers alike.

Kimberly Campbell

The music selection reflects the various plot elements and character dynamics, adding depth to the movie.

Ronald Garcia

The song choices enhance the comedic and over-the-top nature of the film, adding to its entertainment value.

Melissa Robinson

The music sets the tone for the different scenes, effectively immersing the audience in the world of Austin Powers.

Laura Wilson

The iconic theme song of Austin Powers is infectious and sets the perfect mood for the film, instantly transporting you into the world of swinging spies and outrageous villains. The musical choices throughout the movie are spot-on, adding an extra layer of fun and excitement to the already entertaining storyline.

Sarah Walker

Each track in the soundtrack contributes to the overall atmosphere and energy of the film.

Nancy Roberts

The soundtrack of Austin Powers in Goldmember perfectly captures the fun and groovy atmosphere of the film, transporting the audience back to the 1970s with its funky beats and retro vibes.

Melissa Lee

The soundtrack of Austin Powers in Goldmember felt disjointed and lacked cohesion, with a mix of different music genres that didn't flow well together. This made it difficult to create a consistent mood throughout the film, ultimately taking away from the viewing experience.

Michael Walker

The energetic and infectious nature of the soundtrack makes it impossible not to tap your feet or sing along, turning the movie into a memorable and immersive experience for viewers of all ages.

Anthony Green

While some individual songs in the soundtrack were catchy, overall, the music did not enhance the storytelling or add depth to the characters. It felt like the songs were included more for their novelty factor rather than for their ability to elevate the emotional impact of the scenes. This resulted in a missed opportunity to truly connect the audience with the characters and the plot.

Donald Williams

The catchy tunes and memorable lyrics make the songs from the soundtrack stand out and stay with you long after watching the movie.

Margaret Garcia

The soundtrack of Austin Powers in Goldmember perfectly captures the groovy and retro vibe of the movie.

Kenneth Thomas

The original score composed by George S. Clinton effectively complements the comedic tone of the film, blending seamlessly with the on-screen antics of Austin Powers and his eccentric companions.

Laura Baker

The use of iconic songs from the era, such as Boogie Wonderland by Earth, Wind & Fire and Miss You by The Rolling Stones, adds a nostalgic touch to the movie and enhances the overall viewing experience.

Kenneth Martinez

Overall, the soundtrack of Austin Powers in Goldmember is a delightful blend of music that complements the film's quirky and humorous style.

Mark Anderson

The music in Austin Powers in Goldmember not only sets the mood for each scene but also serves as a character in its own right, adding depth and personality to the film's whimsical world.

Karen Wilson

The soundtrack of Austin Powers in Goldmember is an absolute blast from the past, perfectly capturing the groovy and retro vibes of the 70s era. Each song is carefully selected to enhance the comedic and adventurous tone of the movie, creating a truly immersive experience for the audience.

Robert Rodriguez

The soundtrack's mix of classic hits and new compositions creates a dynamic musical landscape that keeps the audience engaged throughout the movie, enhancing the storytelling and character development.