Pitch Perfect Soundtrack (

Pitch Perfect Soundtrack (2012) cover

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Rating: 7.20/10 from 329000 votes
Tags: a cappella, friendship between girls, bechdel test passed, red hair
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Dando la nota

Title in Italiano:


Title in Português:

Um Ritmo Perfeito


Pitch Perfect follows the story of Barden College, which is home to four different a cappella singing groups. The all-male Treblemakers and the all-female Bellas are the most antagonistic toward each other, with the Bellas making it to the national finals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCAC) held at Lincoln Center in New York City.

The Bellas, the first all-female group to make the finals, face challenges with tired arrangements and a controlling lead, Aubrey Posen. Aubrey and co-lead Chloe Beale must rebuild the group from scratch for the upcoming season after an unfortunate incident at the finals.

Meanwhile, reluctant freshman Beca Mitchell, a loner aspiring to be a Los Angeles DJ or music producer, is encouraged by Chloe to audition for the Bellas. Beca clashes with Aubrey over the group's direction and zero tolerance policies, including no sex with any Treblemaker.

Beca's friendship with fellow music lover Jesse Swanson, a freshman Treblemaker, complicates matters as she must decide how far to break out of her shell and stay true to her musical leanings, potentially affecting her friendship with Jesse.

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Pitch Perfect
Don't Stop the Music
Michael Jackson: Writer
Adam Devine: Performer
The Sign
Jonas Berggren: Writer
Jef Martens: Writer
Azealia Banks: Performer
Bust a Move
Marvin Young: Writer
Marvin Young: Performer
Carry on Wayward Son
Kerry Livgren: Writer
Kansas: Performer
Lost in It
Michael Corcoran: Writer
Eric Goldman: Performer
Let It Whip
Adam Devine: Performer
Reggie Andrews: Writer
Punching in a Dream
Aaron Short: Writer
The Naked and Famous: Performer
Keep You
Natalie Bergman: Writer
Wild Belle: Performer
Don't Move
Sarah Barthel: Writer
I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
Since U Been Gone
Keep Your Head Up
Turn the Beat Around (Love to Hear Percussion)
Like a Virgin
Hit Me with Your Best Shot
It Must Have Been Love
S & M
Let's Talk About Sex
I'll Make Love to You
Feels Like the First Time
No Diggity
Release Me
Don't You Forget About Me
F**k You
Eternal Flame
Right Round
Booty Wurk (One Cheek at a Time)
Hip Hop 911
Party in the USA
Sobre Las Olas (Over the Waves)
Blame It on the Boogie
Open Season
Get You Off
Chelsea Dagger
(Whoomp!) There It Is
Just the Way You Are
Just a Dream
Final Countdown
Price Tag
Give Me Everything
We Came to Smash (In a Black Tuxedo)
212 vs. Bust A Move
Bellas Regionals: (medley)
Riff Off: (medley)
Bulletproof vs. Release Me
Pool Mashup: (medley)
Trebles Finals: (medley)
Bellas Finals: (medley)

User reviews

Thomas Moore

The soundtrack captures the essence of collegiate a cappella competitions, making the audience feel like they are part of the excitement.

Sarah Clark

The use of mashups and medleys in the soundtrack adds a creative twist to familiar songs, keeping the audience on their toes.

John Hernandez

The Pitch Perfect soundtrack showcases a diverse selection of a cappella covers that are both fun and energetic.

Lisa Evans

The diverse range of songs featured in the Pitch Perfect soundtrack showcases the incredible vocal talent of the cast.

William Rodriguez

I was particularly impressed with how the music mirrored the character development in the film. Each song seemed to reflect the emotions and growth of the characters, making the soundtrack not just a background element but an integral part of the storytelling.

Jennifer Smith

The vocal dynamics and range displayed by the cast members highlight their exceptional musical abilities and dedication to their craft.

Matthew Rodriguez

The Bellas' journey to find their own sound and identity is reflected in the evolution of the songs they perform, adding depth to the storyline.

Ronald Green

Overall, the Pitch Perfect soundtrack is a delightful mix of fun, emotion, and talent that truly elevates the film to another level.

James White

The soundtrack perfectly captures the competitive spirit and camaraderie among the a cappella groups, drawing the audience into the world of collegiate singing competitions.

Stephanie Thompson

The soundtrack of Pitch Perfect truly captured the essence of collegiate a cappella singing groups. The harmonies were crisp and the arrangements were fresh, adding a modern twist to classic a cappella tunes.

Susan Davis

Overall, the Pitch Perfect soundtrack is a delightful mix of harmonies and humor that will leave you tapping your feet and wanting to sing along.

Jennifer Walker

The character-driven nature of the film sometimes overshadows the musical performances, leaving the soundtrack feeling secondary and not fully utilized to enhance the storytelling aspect of the movie.

Amanda Green

The original songs created for the film are catchy and memorable, adding another layer of creativity to the soundtrack.

George Phillips

The chemistry between the cast members is palpable in the musical numbers, enhancing the overall listening experience.

Susan King

The way the soundtrack seamlessly blends popular hits with a cappella arrangements adds a unique and refreshing twist to each song.

Donna King

The vocal arrangements in the movie's soundtrack often sound forced and unnatural, failing to capture the genuine emotion and energy that a cappella music should convey.

Karen Lee

The music production quality is top-notch, creating a rich and immersive listening experience for fans of a cappella music.

Ronald Roberts

The soundtrack of Pitch Perfect lacks originality and creativity, feeling like a compilation of overused and cliché pop songs rearranged for a cappella performances.

Linda Smith

The emotional depth of some of the songs, especially those performed by the Bellas, adds a layer of complexity to the otherwise lighthearted tone of the film.

Matthew Adams

The energy and enthusiasm in the performances are infectious, making it impossible not to sing along or tap your feet.

Ashley Allen

The transition between the different musical genres in the soundtrack is seamless and keeps the audience engaged throughout.

Ronald Hill

The emotional depth conveyed through the music enhances the storytelling and character development in the film.

Brian Martin

The musical arrangements in Pitch Perfect are well-crafted and showcase the talents of the singers and musicians involved.

William Adams

The vocals in the film are impressive, with each group bringing their own unique style to the performances.

David Jackson

The harmonies and vocal arrangements in the a cappella performances are absolutely captivating and impressive.