Great Job, Internet!: Almost every song used in a Wes Anderson film in a 166-track playlist

Wes Anderson films are always notable for a number of reasons: his impeccable set and production design, the dialogue, quirky but human characters, and of course his meticulous taste in music. While he has leaned more on scores by Alexandre Desplat and older music to fit the times of Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel, his earlier works also used some great pop songs, mostly from the British invasion, but also tunes from Elliot Smith, Nico, and David Bowie. Now Anderson fanatics and completists can listen to (almost) every single track ever used in one of his films in a massive playlist hosted on Spotify.

There are a couple of tracks missing from this otherwise exhaustive compilation, as a few of Mark Mothersbaugh’s orchestral pieces and Satyajit Ray songs from The Darjeeling Limited are excluded for reasons unknown. However, it’s a pretty comprehensive track listing that ranges …

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