The Wedding Singer Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.90/10 from 161000 votes
Tags: confession of love, transvestite, stockbroker
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

El cantante de bodas

Title in Italiano:

Prima o poi me lo sposo

Title in Português:

Um Casamento Quase Perfeito


Robby is stood up at the altar by Linda, who decides that the prospect of marrying a guy who sings at wedding receptions doesn't equal the attraction she felt when he was lead singer in a rock band.

Robby finds consolation in his friendship with Julia, a waitress at the wedding receptions and bar mitzvahs where he performs. Julia asks Robby to help her plan her upcoming wedding to Glenn, who isn't interested in the details of the ceremony.

Robby learns that Glenn also isn't totally interested in Julia and is marrying her because she "deserves it" after sticking with him for years and because he knows she's not marrying him for his money, since she dated him back before he started pulling down the big bucks.

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Play Title Artist
The Wedding Singer
Somebody Kill Me
Adam Sandler: Writer
Adam Sandler: Performer
Brooks Arthur: Produced
You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
Adam Sandler: Performer
Mike Percy: Writer
Der Kommissar
Falco: Writer
After The Fire: Performer
Rapper's Delight
Bernard Edwards: Writer
99 Luftballons
Til There Was You
Don't Stop Believin
Grow Old With You
Do You Really Want to Hurt Me
White Wedding
Pass the Dutchie
Boys Don't Cry
Hold Me Now
All Night Long (All Night)
It's All I Can Do
Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic
Love Stinks
Too Shy
That's All
Ladies Night
Everyday I Write the Book
China Girl
Love My Way
Do You Believe in Love
Jam on It
You Make My Dreams
Blue Monday
Private Idaho
Miami Vice Theme
Money (That's What I Want)
Video Killed the Radio Star
Hungry Heart
How Soon Is Now
The Goofball Brothers Show
Material Girl
Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
Rapper's Delight
Bernard Edwards: Performer
Don't Stop Believin
Meredith Willson: Performer
Boys Don't Cry
Robert Smith: Performer
It's All I Can Do
Ric Ocasek: Performer
That's All
Alan Brandt: Performer
Money (That's What I Want)
Berry Gordy: Performer
Mazel Tov
Adam Sandler: Performer

User reviews

Laura Adams

The musical arrangements in the film are thoughtfully crafted, enhancing the comedic moments and tender scenes with equal finesse.

Michelle Gonzalez

The choice of songs in The Wedding Singer felt cliché and predictable, offering little originality or creativity. I was hoping for a more innovative and fresh approach to the musical elements of the film, but instead, I felt like I was listening to a generic collection of wedding-themed songs that added little value to the storytelling.

Nancy Moore

The original songs in The Wedding Singer showcase the talent of the performers and songwriters, adding a layer of authenticity to the overall soundtrack.

Mary Scott

The soundtrack of The Wedding Singer perfectly captures the 80s vibe with its upbeat and nostalgic tunes that transport me back in time.

Sarah Lopez

The diverse selection of songs in the soundtrack showcases the range of musical styles from the 80s, from iconic pop hits to rock ballads, creating a well-rounded listening experience that keeps me engaged from start to finish.

Kimberly Turner

I found the soundtrack of The Wedding Singer to be lacking in depth and emotional connection to the storyline. The music did not effectively capture the complexity of the characters' relationships and struggles, making it feel detached and superficial.

Karen Martin

The soundtrack of The Wedding Singer perfectly captures the nostalgic and fun vibe of the 80s era, enhancing the overall atmosphere of the movie with iconic hits from that time period.

Nancy Brown

The soundtrack's ability to evoke a sense of nostalgia for the 80s era is a testament to the careful curation and execution of the musical elements in the film.

Amanda Jones

The musical choices in The Wedding Singer cleverly reflect the journey of the main characters, especially Robby and Julia, adding depth to their story.

Charles Anderson

The soundtrack of The Wedding Singer perfectly captures the nostalgic vibe of the 80s with its selection of classic hits and original songs.

Robert Harris

The blend of rock, pop, and ballads in the soundtrack creates a diverse and engaging listening experience that complements the film's narrative.

Melissa Harris

The songs in the film seemed generic and uninspired, failing to enhance the mood or heighten the emotional impact of key scenes. I was hoping for a more memorable and impactful musical experience that would elevate the overall viewing experience, but I was left disappointed by the lackluster soundtrack.

Lisa Rodriguez

The music in The Wedding Singer not only entertains but also serves as a storytelling device, conveying the characters' feelings and motivations effectively.

Emily Smith

The songs in the film effortlessly set the tone for each scene, enhancing the emotions and dynamics between the characters.

Jennifer Campbell

Overall, the soundtrack of The Wedding Singer is a delightful mix of catchy tunes and heartfelt melodies that elevate the viewing experience and resonate with the audience long after the credits roll.

Michelle Parker

The song choices in the film are not only entertaining but also help convey the emotions and struggles of the characters, adding depth and resonance to the storyline. The music becomes an integral part of the narrative, enhancing the viewer's connection to the characters' experiences and relationships.

Anthony Hernandez

Each song in the soundtrack complements the storyline of the movie flawlessly, enhancing the emotional impact of key moments, such as Robby's heartbreak and his blossoming romance with Julia.