Party Girl Soundtrack (

Party Girl Soundtrack (1995) cover

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Rating: 6.60/10 from 6600 votes
Tags: man in a jockstrap
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Crazy Party Girl

Title in Italiano:

Party Girl

Title in Português:

Party Girl


Mary, a twenty-something New Yorker, spends her time going to or organizing parties and collecting trendy designer clothes, all while having no money in being unemployed somewhat by choice in having no focus on what she'd like to do as a career even if she wanted to work.

Judy Lindendorf, Mary's librarian godmother, she Mary's deceased mother's friend, has a love/hate relationship with Mary: while she doesn't like that Mary is wiling away her life aimlessly and doesn't like that Mary treats her solely as someone to turn to only in times of need, especially financial need, she does want to get to know her as a person and get her life on some sort of track. In that push and pull between the two, Mary somewhat has no other option but to accept Judy's offer to work as a clerk in the library.

While most of Mary's friends are party animals like her, they all have jobs or career aspirations. Concurrently, Mary befriends Mustafa, who operates a falafel cart, he who was forced to do such work in not having the English language skills or certification to work in his trained field of teaching which he did back in Lebanon. His life is made all the more difficult with a new trendy falafel cart operating across the street from his usual spot.

The question becomes if Mary, through these associations, can find her path in life.

Download and play the Soundtrack list

Play Title Artist
Party Girl
Mama Told Me Not to Come
Randy Newman: Writer
You Don't Love Me
Les Ailes
Desire Soars Up/Aase Hechchagide
Big Apple Boogaloo
Peter Piper
The Boom
Anyone Could Happen to Me
What You About
Puerto Rico
If You Believe - Believer Mix
In the Dark We Live (Thee Lite) - Dave Clarke's 312 Mix
Lick It - No Afro Sheen Mix
To Be Loved
Mustafa's Theme
Hopefully Yours
House of Love - More/Phearce Mix
Music Selector Is the Soul Reflector
Never Take Your Place
Party Girl (Turn Me Loose)

User reviews

Daniel Garcia

The soundtrack of Party Girl perfectly captures the vibrant, fast-paced energy of New York City's party scene. Each track immerses you in the world of Mary and her friends, making you feel like you're right there with them.

Charles Rodriguez

The music in Party Girl effectively conveys the sense of aimlessness and uncertainty in Mary's life, with melancholic piano pieces and dreamy synths reflecting her lack of direction and struggle to find her place in the world.

Joshua Davis

The soundtrack of Party Girl skillfully enhances the emotional depth of the narrative, with haunting vocals and emotive instrumentals weaving a tapestry of feelings that resonate with Mary's journey of self-discovery and personal growth.

Linda Rodriguez

The incorporation of diverse musical genres in the film's soundtrack enhances the cultural diversity portrayed in the story. From trendy electronic beats at the parties to traditional Middle Eastern melodies in scenes with Mustafa, the music enriches the narrative and adds layers of authenticity.

Sarah Jackson

The soundtrack of Party Girl perfectly captures the vibrant and dynamic energy of New York City's party scene, with upbeat electronic beats and catchy melodies that set the tone for Mary's wild and carefree lifestyle.

John Johnson

The music selection is eclectic and diverse, reflecting the different personalities and backgrounds of the characters in the film. From upbeat electronic beats to soulful indie tunes, the soundtrack keeps you engaged and entertained throughout the movie.

Linda King

Overall, the soundtrack of Party Girl is a standout element of the film that not only complements the storyline but also elevates the emotional impact of Mary's journey towards self-discovery. The music becomes a character in itself, guiding the audience through Mary's ups and downs with a compelling and immersive sonic experience.

Sarah Lopez

The choice of music in Party Girl feels disconnected from the themes and struggles of the characters. The songs selected do not effectively convey the complex relationships and conflicts depicted in the film, resulting in a lack of cohesion between the audio and visual elements.

Lisa Lewis

The contrast between the party anthems blasting at the clubs where Mary hangs out and the more introspective tracks played during her moments of reflection creates a compelling musical journey that mirrors Mary's inner conflict between living in the moment and seeking a more meaningful purpose.

Anthony White

The music selection in Party Girl effectively conveys the contrast between Mary's hedonistic lifestyle and her inner struggle to find her true calling. The soundtrack creates a sense of tension and introspection that adds depth to the character development.

Brian Perez

The use of music in key moments of the film enhances the emotional impact of the story, creating a deeper connection with the characters and their struggles. The soundtrack of Party Girl is not just background noise, but an integral part of the storytelling that elevates the viewing experience to a whole new level.

David Allen

Overall, the music in Party Girl serves as a powerful storytelling tool, enhancing the themes of identity, friendship, and finding one's path in life through its diverse soundscape and evocative compositions.

Robert Mitchell

The soundtrack of Party Girl perfectly captures the vibrant and fast-paced lifestyle of Mary, the main character. The upbeat and energetic music sets the tone for the party scenes and reflects Mary's carefree attitude towards life.

Susan Jones

The use of eclectic and diverse music genres in the soundtrack of Party Girl mirrors the eclectic mix of characters in Mary's life, from her party animal friends to Mustafa and Judy, adding depth and richness to the storytelling through the power of music.

Amanda Jones

The soundtrack of Party Girl fails to capture the sense of aimlessness and uncertainty that Mary's character embodies. The music lacks depth and emotional resonance, missing the opportunity to enhance the audience's understanding of Mary's internal struggle.

Joshua Harris

The soundtrack of Party Girl lacks originality and creativity, relying on generic party tracks that do not add anything meaningful to the storytelling. The music feels like an afterthought rather than a deliberate artistic choice, detracting from the overall viewing experience.