Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby Soundtrack (

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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Pasado de vueltas

Title in Português:

As Corridas Loucas de Ricky Bobby

Title in Français:

Ricky Bobby, roi du circuit

Title in Türk:

Ricky Bobby, roi du circuit


Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby is a comedy film that follows the story of Ricky Bobby, a NASCAR driver who rises to fame and success through his incredible driving skills and larger-than-life personality.

Ricky Bobby is known for his catchphrase "If you ain't first, you're last" and his rivalry with French Formula One driver Jean Girard, who threatens to dethrone him as the top driver in NASCAR.

As Ricky Bobby faces challenges on and off the track, including a devastating crash that leaves him paralyzed, he must find a way to overcome his fears and reclaim his title as the king of NASCAR.

The film is filled with hilarious moments, outrageous characters, and heartwarming lessons about friendship, family, and the true meaning of success.

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Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
King of the Road
Roger Miller: Writer
Irwin Levine: Writer
Tony Orlando & Dawn: Performer
Chris Cornell: Writer
Audioslave: Performer
Hard-Core Troubadour
Steve Earle: Writer
Kickstart My Heart
Nikki Sixx: Writer
Mötley Crüe: Performer
Lit Up
Josh Todd: Writer
Buckcherry: Performer
Gimme Three Steps
Lynyrd Skynyrd: Performer
Ronnie Van Zant: Writer
Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line
Ivy J. Bryant: Writer
Waylon Jennings: Performer
Pegboy: Writer
Charlie Parker: Writer
Ben Perowsky Trio: Performer
Vedrai Carino
Holy Roller Novocaine
Caleb Followill: Writer
Kings of Leon: Performer
Shipwrecked Sailor
400 Blows: Writer
400 Blows: Performer
Paint it Black (Marie Douceur, Marie Colère)
Mick Jagger: Writer
Marie Laforêt: Performer
Walking Bum
Hank Mills: Writer
David Allan Coe: Performer
I Feel Alright
Steve Earle: Writer
Valentine's Day
Steve Earle: Writer
Starting Line
Kevin Hoetger: Writer
Set the Controls: Performer
Jonathan Cain: Writer
Journey: Performer
Symphony No. 102 in B Flat Major: Adagio
Joseph Haydn: Writer
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: Performer
Jane Glover: Conducted
Space Lord
David Wyndorf: Writer
Monster Magnet: Performer
Click Click Boom
Josey Scott: Writer
Saliva: Performer
AC/DC: Performer
Angus Young: Writer
Desperate Cry
Andreas Kisser: Writer
Sepultura: Performer
Inner Self
Andreas Kisser: Writer
Sepultura: Performer
Bad Case of Lovin' You
Moon Martin: Writer
We Belong
Pat Benatar: Performer
Dan Navarro: Writer
The Edge of the Switchblade
Wayne Kramer: Writer
Last Dance
Paul Jabara: Writer
Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
George Michael: Writer
Goodbye Cowboy
Lee Ferrell: Writer
Lee Ferrell: Performer
Gentle on My Mind
Hal Willner: Produced
John Hartford: Writer
Lucinda Williams: Performer
The Gambler
Don Schlitz: Writer
Guaranteed Cool
Hal Willner: Produced
Will Ferrell: Writer
Valentine McCallum: Performer
Talladega Nights
Alex Wurman: Performer
March of the Penguins
Alex Wurman: Performer
Alex Wurman: Performer
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Alex Wurman: Performer
A Lot Like Love
Alex Wurman: Performer

User reviews

Andrew Clark

The soundtrack features a great mix of classic rock songs that evoke a sense of nostalgia and excitement.

William King

The soundtrack's diversity in genres keeps the audience engaged and entertained, catering to a wide range of musical preferences.

Lisa Smith

The music enhances the comedic moments in the film, adding an extra layer of fun and entertainment.

Linda Perez

The songs chosen for the film complement the storyline and help to build tension during key racing scenes.

Andrew Brown

Joshua Johnson

The soundtrack does an excellent job of setting the tone for the movie, balancing humor with moments of drama and emotion.

Joseph Anderson

The soundtrack not only complements the humor and wit of the film but also adds depth and emotion to the story, making it a memorable and immersive viewing experience that will have you tapping your feet and feeling inspired by the end credits.

Deborah Hall

The selection of songs reflects the characters' personalities and adds depth to their development throughout the story.

Joseph Nelson

The music in the film enhances the sense of camaraderie and competition among the NASCAR drivers, creating a dynamic and engaging atmosphere.

John Garcia

The music selection in the film strikes a great balance between classic rock hits that pump you up for a race and emotional ballads that tug at your heartstrings during the more poignant moments of Ricky Bobby's journey, creating a well-rounded listening experience.

Steven Miller

The music in Talladega Nights elevates the overall viewing experience, making the film even more engaging and memorable.