The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert Soundtrack (

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Anthony, nicknamed Tick, is a Sydney-based drag queen who performs under the name Mitzi. After he gets hired to perform at a resort in Alice Springs, he invites two people along both for company and to be part of the show. They are fellow drag queen Adam, who performs under the name Felicia, and middle aged transsexual Bernadette, who was born male with the name Ralph, and whose much younger husband has just passed away. Tick believes this trip will be be a distraction for Bernadette, a former "Les Girls" in "his" younger days. This threesome is not a totally cohesive group, with overly boisterous Adam/Felicia being the one who will probably get on the others' nerves, he only being invited because Felicia does add an extra something to the stage.

Adam largely uses his trans status to guilt his mother for money, which is how he is able to buy the highway coach that he names Priscilla, in which the three will travel to Alice Springs. They get into one misadventure after another based on their queer fish out of water status in many of the small outback towns through which they travel, those misadventures for which they not only need to provide support for each other in every sense of the word, but also solidarity. But perhaps more importantly, they help each other with the issues they are facing in their personal lives, Tick's biggest which are currently waiting for him in Alice Springs.

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The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
I've Never Been To Me
Ken Hirsch: Writer
Charlene: Performer
Go West
Jacques Morali: Writer
The Village People: Performer
Billy Don't Be A Hero
Mitch Murray: Writer
Paper Lace: Performer
My Baby Loves Lovin'
Roger Cook: Writer
White Plains: Performer
I Love The Nightlife
Alicia Bridges: Performer
Susan Hutcheson: Writer
Can't Help Lovin' That Man
Jerome Kern: Writer
Trudy Richards: Performer
E strano! Ah fors e lui
Giuseppe Verdi: Writer
Joan Carden: Performer
Benny Andersson: Writer
ABBA: Performer
I Will Survive
Dino Fekaris: Writer
Gloria Gaynor: Performer
Shake Your Groove Thing
Dino Fekaris: Writer
Peaches & Herb: Performer
A Fine Romance
Jerome Kern: Writer
Lena Horne: Performer
I Don't Care If The Sun Don't Shine
Patti Page: Performer
Mack David: Writer
Ce Ce Peniston: Performer
R.K. Jackson: Writer
Take A Letter Maria
R.B. Greaves: Writer
R.B. Greaves: Performer
Mamma Mia
Benny Andersson: Writer
ABBA: Performer
Save The Best For Last
Vanessa Williams: Performer
Wendy Waldman: Writer
A Desert Holiday
Guy Pearce: Performer
This Old Man
Guy Pearce: Performer
Ten Fat Trannies
Guy Pearce: Performer
My Darling, Clementine
Hugo Weaving: Performer
Guy Gross: Performer
Desert Holiday
Guy Gross: Performer
Guy Gross: Performer
All Dolled Up And Nowhere To Go
Guy Gross: Performer
Outback Awe
Guy Gross: Performer
Excerpt From "La Traviata"
Guy Gross: Performer
Where The Fuk-A-Wie?
Guy Gross: Performer
Bernie's Walk
Guy Gross: Performer
Kite Opera
Guy Gross: Performer
Cynthia's Last Dance
Guy Gross: Performer
Water Hole
Guy Gross: Performer
Guy Gross: Performer
Man One Day, Woman The Next
Guy Gross: Performer
Hava Nagila
Guy Gross: Performer
The Climb
Guy Gross: Performer

User reviews

Linda Jones

The soundtrack seamlessly weaves together classic drag queen anthems with heartfelt ballads, creating a dynamic and engaging auditory journey for the audience.

Stephanie Allen

The songs in the movie not only serve as background music but also play an integral role in setting the tone and enhancing the emotional depth of key scenes.

Richard Moore

The soundtrack of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert is a vibrant and energetic mix of iconic disco hits and campy classics that perfectly capture the spirit of the movie.

Steven Hernandez

The soundtrack of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert perfectly captures the vibrant and eclectic spirit of the film, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Amanda Johnson

The music selection in the film is diverse and well-curated, blending iconic pop hits with campy show tunes to create a unique and memorable soundtrack.

Dorothy Nelson

The songs featured in the movie are not just catchy tunes but also serve as a reflection of the characters' inner struggles, providing insight into their motivations and desires.

Mary Parker

The musical choices in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert often felt cliché and predictable, relying on overused tropes and generic tunes that didn't add depth or nuance to the storytelling. It felt like the soundtrack missed an opportunity to enhance the emotional impact of the film and elevate the overall viewing experience.

Charles Wright

The use of music in the film adds an extra layer of authenticity to the portrayal of the drag queen subculture, capturing both the exuberance and poignancy of the characters' experiences.

James Young

The fusion of different musical genres in the soundtrack reflects the diversity and unity of the characters in the film, making it a truly memorable and impactful element of the movie.

Kimberly Turner

The soundtrack of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert felt disjointed and lacked cohesion, with a mix of different musical styles that didn't flow well together. It was difficult to follow a consistent musical theme throughout the film.

Nancy Jackson

The use of ABBA's music throughout the film adds a fun and nostalgic touch, creating a sense of joy and exuberance that enhances the overall viewing experience.

Edward Miller

Some of the songs in the soundtrack seemed out of place or inappropriate for the scenes they were used in, leading to a jarring disconnect between the music and the visuals. This made it challenging to fully immerse myself in the story and emotions of the characters.

Mark Allen

The original songs in the soundtrack, such as I Will Survive and Finally, are performed with passion and flair by the cast, adding depth and emotion to the storytelling.

Betty Williams

Overall, the soundtrack of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert is a standout element that elevates the film beyond a mere comedy, infusing it with heart, soul, and a sense of celebration.

James Lee

The musical numbers in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert are not only entertaining but also serve as powerful vehicles for character development and storytelling.