Clerks II Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.30/10 from 141000 votes
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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Clerks II

Title in Italiano:

Clerks II

Title in Português:

Nunca Tantos Fizeram Tão Pouco 2

Title in Français:

Clerks II

Title in Türk:

Tezgâhtarlar II

Title in Deutsch:

Clerks II


In New Jersey, when Dante arrives to open the convenience store "Quick Stop Groceries", he finds the place on fire. Dante and his friend Randal find another job at the fast-food restaurant Mooby's, managed by Becky, and work with the Christian employee Elias. Drug dealers Jay and Silent Bob also move their traffic spot to this new location.

Dante is planning a new life in Florida with his fiancée Emma while his friend Becky does not believe in romantic love. On the eve of Dante's departure to Florida, Randal decides to throw a farewell/bachelor party for his best friend. However, things go wrong and Dante rethinks his future.

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Clerks II
David Pirner: Writer
Soul Asylum: Performer
Welcome Home
Kim B. Petersen: Writer
King Diamond: Performer
Goodbye Horses
Q. Lazzarus: Performer
William Garvey: Writer
Jackson 5: Performer
Fonce Mizell: Writer
Billy Corgan: Writer
Smashing Pumpkins: Performer
(Nothing But) Flowers
David Byrne: Writer
Talking Heads: Performer
The Invisible Guests
Kim B. Petersen: Writer
Jason Mewes: Performer
Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head
Burt Bacharach: Writer
B.J. Thomas: Performer
Naughty Girls (Need Love Too)
Full Force: Writer
Samantha Fox: Performer
Smile, I Think She Likes You
An Evening In Paradise
Symphonie Fantastique
Polly Wolly Doodle
The Weinstein Company Fanfare
Nicole Weinstein: Writer
Nicole Weinstein: Performer
Symphonie Fantastique: 5th Movement - Dream of a Witches Sabbath
Hector Berlioz: Writer
Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head
Burt Bacharach: Performer
"Anne Frank Vs. Helen Keller" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"(Nothing But) Flowers" - Talking Heads
James L. Venable: Performer
"Regret" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"Welcome Home" - King Diamond
James L. Venable: Performer
"Of Parts Enlarged" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"Neckin' On The Swing" - James L. Venable
James L. Venable: Performer
"The First Of The Fallen" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"The Invisible Guests" - King Diamond
James L. Venable: Performer
"The Unholiest Act" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"Goodbye, Horses" - Q Lazzarus & Garvey
James L. Venable: Performer
"On Knowing Pickles" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" - B.J. Thomas
James L. Venable: Performer
"Twelve Step" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"ABC" - The Jackson 5
James L. Venable: Performer
"The Perfect Gift" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"Think Fast" - All Too Much
James L. Venable: Performer
"Party Planning" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"Goin' Away Party" - James L. Venable
James L. Venable: Performer
"I'm Gonna Miss You Man" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"Naughty Girls (Need Love Too)" - Samantha Fox
James L. Venable: Performer
"Abstinence" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"Everything" - Alanis Morissette
James L. Venable: Performer
"Semantics" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer
"Misery" - Soul Asylum
James L. Venable: Performer
"Battle Of The Mega-Geeks" (Dialogue)
James L. Venable: Performer

User reviews

William Taylor

The soundtrack of Clerks II perfectly captures the quirky and comedic tone of the movie. The mix of punk rock, alternative, and classic rock songs enhances the scenes and adds depth to the characters' emotions.

Mark Martin

The inclusion of songs like ABC by Jackson 5 and Misery by Soul Asylum brings a sense of familiarity and fun to the soundtrack, making it a joy to listen to even outside the context of the film. The music truly elevates the overall viewing experience of Clerks II and makes it a memorable and enjoyable film.

Emily Garcia

On the other hand, some tracks in the soundtrack of Clerks II feel a bit disconnected from the overall tone of the film. While most songs fit well with the narrative, there are a few that seem out of place and disrupt the flow of the movie. This inconsistency slightly detracts from the overall listening experience and could have been improved with more cohesive song selection.

Kenneth Hill

The soundtrack of Clerks II perfectly captures the quirky and nostalgic atmosphere of the film. The mix of alternative rock and punk music sets the tone for the characters' misadventures at the Quick Stop Groceries and Mooby's.

James Hernandez

The use of music in Clerks II helps establish a nostalgic and relatable atmosphere for the audience. Each song complements the story and characters, creating a cohesive and engaging viewing experience.

Karen Thomas

The use of music in key moments of the film, such as the chaotic bachelor party scene or the heartfelt conversations between Dante and Becky, enhances the emotional depth of the story. The soundtrack adds another layer of depth to the characters' relationships and inner struggles.

David White

The soundtrack of Clerks II perfectly captures the quirky and offbeat humor of the movie. The eclectic mix of songs enhances the comedic moments and adds depth to the emotional scenes, creating a unique atmosphere that complements the story.