All Cruella Songs and When They’re Played in the Film

Cruella is described as a ’70s London punk rock film, and although there are punk rock songs, it includes other genres like ’70s rock songs from England and America and oldies like Judy Garland’s “Smile.” Disney’s recent album features songs from the film, but the 15 songs pale in comparison to the many songs in the actual film. We decided to compile a list of all the songs in the film, which you can check out below.

Warning: Spoilers Below.

1. “Bloody Well Right” by Supertramp

Supertramp is an English rock band from London, and their song, “Bloody Well Right,” plays at the beginning of the film during the birth of Estella, aka Cruella De Vil.

2. “Whisper Whisper” by Bee Gees

This song by English group Bee Gees plays during Estella and her mother’s trip to the ball.

3. “The Baroque Ball” by Nicholas Britell

Okay, so this isn’t a licensed song, but it’s just too good to not include in the list. The song by Cruella composer Nicholas Britell features a lovely feminine voice as Estella sneaks inside the ball.

4. “Inside Looking Out” by The Animals

As Estella is caught inside the ball. She runs away to escape the guards and Dalmatians, with English rock band The Animals’ “Inside Looking Out” in the background.

5. “Watch the Dog that Brings the Bone” by Sandy Gaye

Young Estella meets Horace and Jasper, and the song starts when they escape from London authorities.

6. “She’s a Rainbow” by The Rolling Stones

We get to a montage of Estella, Horace and Jasper all grown up and beginning a life of thievery utilizing costumes, dogs and sleight of hand. “She’s a Rainbow” is playing in the background from English rock band The Rolling Stones, which formed in London.

7. “I Gotcha” by Joe Tex

Joe Tex is an American singer, and his song, “I Gotcha” plays for a split second as Jasper sneaks into an office to help Estella get her dream job.

8. “Time of the Season” by The Zombies

English rock band The Zombies’ “Time of the Season” has been in a few films including The Conjuring. In Cruella, it plays as the audience sees Estella starting her job at a store she admires.

9. “These Boots Are Made for Walkin'” by Nancy Sinatra

Estella isn’t too thrilled in her new position, and she starts to redecorate a section of the store after cleaning and drinking. “These Boots Are Made for Walkin'” by American singer Nancy Sinatra, eldest daughter of Frank Sinatra, is used here.

10. “Five to One” by The Doors

The Baroness’ entrance needs to be grand, and American rock band The Doors’ “Five to One” is a nice selection that shows fierceness.

11. “Feeling Good” by Nina Simone

American singer and songwriter Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good” is in the scene where Estella first steps into The Baroness’ design studio.

12. “Fire” by Ohio Players

Estella visits a clothing store and meets Artie (John McCrea) with American funk band Ohio Players’ song, “Fire.”

13. “I Gotcha” by Joe Tex – Played Again

“I Gotcha” gets some more love again, playing during Estella describing how The Baroness’ removes her rivals.

14. “Whole Lotta Love” by Ike & Tina Turner

Estella, Horace and Jasper plan to steal the necklace from The Baroness, and American musical duo Ike & Tina Turner’s “Whole Lotta Love” starts when they begin the heist.

15. “The Wild One” by Suzi Quatro

American singer Suzi Quatro’s song is featured during The Baroness’ and Anita’s conversation and Cruella’s first appearance.

16. “Hush” by The Purple

English rock band The Purple’s “Hush” is featured during Cruella’s fight against The Baroness’ guards and Horace pretending to put down Wink, which is pretending to be a giant rat.

17. “Livin’ Thing” by Electric Light Orchestra

English rock band Electric Light Orchestra’s “Livin’ Thing” is featured during the scene where The Baroness freaks out at the sight of rats, courtesy of Jasper.

18. “Stone Cold Crazy” by Queen

Queen is an English rock band formed in London, and their song, “Stone Cold Crazy” is featured when Cruella, Horace, and Jasper escape from the authorities in a car.

19. “Car Wash” by Rose Royce

American soul and R&B group Rose Royce’s “Car Wash” is featured during the group’s capture of The Baroness’ Dalmatians and Cruella recruiting Artie for her big schemes.

20. “Boys Keep Swinging” by David Bowie

English singer David Bowie’s “Boys Keep Swinging” is featured in a scene where team Cruella is preparing for the next plan to upstage The Baroness.

21. “One Way or Another” by Blondie

American rock band Blondie’s “One Way or Another” is featured in the montage scene where Cruella outshines The Baroness with her groundbreaking outfits.

22. “I Get Ideas (When We Are Dancing)” by Tony Martin

American singer Tony Martin’s “I Get Ideas” is used when The Baroness spies on Estella during her lunch break.

23. “Should I Stay or Should I Go” by The Clash

The Clash is an English rock band formed in London, and their popular song, “Should I Stay or Should I Go,” is played as The Baroness gets upstaged yet again with Cruella revealing her garbage dress.

24. “I Love Paris” by Georgia Gibbs

American singer Georgia Gibbs’ “I Love Paris” is featured when Horace delivers shipment to The Baroness’ studio.

25. “Love Is Like a Violin” by Ken Dodd

English singer Ken Dodd’s “Love Is Like a Violin” is featured in a scene where signature The Baroness’ signature and stunning dress, designed by Estella, is finished.

26. “Theme from ‘a Summer Place'” by Norrie Paramor and His Orchestra

This one can be easily missed since the volume is very low during the restaurant scene with Estella and The Baroness.

27. “Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps” by Doris Day

Doris Day covers the English version of “Quizás, Quizás, Quizás” by Cuban songwriter Osvaldo Farrés. The song is featured in the Jasper and Horace scene where they sneak into The Baroness’ studio.

28. “You’re Such a Good Looking Woman” by Joe Dolan

Irish singer Joe Dolan’s “You’re Such a Good Looking Woman” is featured in the scene when The Baroness talks to Mark Strong’s John the Valet and suspects her of being Cruella.

29. “I Wanna Be Your Dog” by John McCrea

John McCrea portrays Artie in Cruella, and he also gets a chance to perform American rock band The Stooges’ “I Wanna Be Your Dog.”

30. “Smile” by Judy Garland

Judy Garland, who played Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz, performs Charlie Chaplin’s “Smile,” which is featured in the scene when Cruella is tied up and left for dead.

31. “Nightmares” The J. Geils Band

American rock band The J. Geils Band’s “Nightmares” begins when Cruella springs Jasper and Horace out of jail.

32. “Gettin’ Out” The J. Geils Band

After The J. Geils Band’s “Nightmares,” it transitions to “Gettin’ Out” and Cruella distracts the police officers in order to allow Jasper and Horace to escape.

33. “Eternelle” by Brigitte Fontaine

French singer Brigitte Fontaine’s “Eternelle” is another sneaky one and can be heard as a piece of music playing inside Artie’s store. This plays during Cruella recruit Artie once again.

34. “Come Together” by Ike & Tina Turner

Ike & Tina Turner is featured once again, and this time it’s their cover of The Beatles’ “Come Together.” This is heard during the scene when Cruella and the team prepare for the ultimate plan in the film’s third act.

35. “The Wizard” by Black Sabbath

English rock band Black Sabbath’s “The Wizard” is featured in the scene with Cruella fixing the Hellman Hall sign, turning it into Hell Hall.

36. “Sympathy for the Devil” by The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones is an English rock band formed in London, and “Sympathy for the Devil” was featured in movies and games like 2010’s Call of Duty: Black Ops. In Cruella, it’s the final song before the end credits, and it’s very a very fitting one for the titular character.

37. “Call Me Cruella” by Florence + The Machine

Florence + The Machine’s “Call Me Cruella” is the main end credits song.

38. “Cruella De Vil”

During the end credits scene, Roger is performing the classic 101 Dalmatians song, “Cruella De Vil,” by Bill Lee.

39. “I Am Woman” by Helen Reddy

We’re not sure where this song is in the film, but if you know, please leave a comment below.

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