This is one of the most eclectic collections of music. It ranges from classic rock to hip-hop, and everything in between. Trying to rank all the songs from the Wolf of Wall Street soundtrack is a daunting task, but somebody had to do it. So without further ado, here are the rankings for all the songs from this soundtrack.
16. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy (Cannonball Adderley)
One of the best songs on Wolf of Wall Street is “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” by Cannonball Adderley. It’s a great example of classic jazz and it fits perfectly with the scenes in the movie. The song is about a man who is begging for mercy from a woman he has wronged.
15. Dust My Broom (Elmore James)
Dust My Broom is another great example of classic blues. It’s a slow, simmering song that builds to a climax. The lyrics are about a man who is down on his luck and is begging for help from anyone who will listen. You will relate to this song if you’ve ever been down on your luck.
14. Bang! Bang! (Joe Cuba Sextet)
Another beautiful song in the Wolf of Wall Street is “Bang! Bang!” by Joe Cuba Sextet. According to Consequence, this is a classic example of Latin jazz and it will transport you to another place. The lyrics are about a man who is begging for mercy from a woman he has wronged. The melody of this song is absolutely beautiful. Joe Cuba’s voice is so smooth and calming, that it’s impossible not to love this song.
13. Movin’ Out (Billy Joel)
Movin’ Out is another great song from Billy Joel that was featured in The Wolf of Wall Street. This song is about moving on from a past relationship and starting anew. Billy Joe showcases his lyrical prowess in this song and proves that he is one of the best songwriters of our generation. It is a song that will get you up and moving and is perfect for a film like The Wolf of Wall Street.
12. C’est Si Bon (Eartha Kitt)
Eartha Kitt’s song C’est Si Bon is one of the best in the Wolf of Wall Street Soundtrack. The song has an incredible beat that will make you want to get up and dance. The lyrics hit another level and the message is crystal clear. Kitt’s voice is angelic and the way she delivers the song is perfect.
11. Goldfinger (Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings)
Goldfinger is another incredible song from The Wolf of Wall Street Soundtrack. The song is about a man who is obsessed with money and power. The lyrics are very catchy and the beat is extremely catchy. This is one of those songs that you will be singing along to when you hear it. It is a song that everyone can relate to and it is one of the best songs on the soundtrack.
10. Pretty Thing (Bo Diddley)
Another amazing song from the Wolf of Wall Street Soundtrack is Pretty Thing by Bo Diddley. It is one of those songs that just make you want to get up and dance. The Wolf of Wall Street is a movie that knows how to get its soundtrack right. Diddley’s voice is so full of energy and the beat is irresistible. It will hook you from the first note and have you dancing all night long.
09. Smokestack Lightning (Howlin’ Wolf)
Smokestack Lightning is another great track by Howlin’ Wolf. The song is about a man who is trying to quit smoking, but can’t seem to kick the habit. The song fits perfectly in the scene where Jordan is trying to quit smoking. The song’s beat is very catchy and will get your head bobbing along. Wolf’s voice will keep you hooked until the very end.
08. Hey Leroy,(Jimmy Castor)
Another great song in the Wolf of Wall Street Soundtrack is Hey Leroy, Your Mama’s Callin’ You. The song is about a boy who is being called by his mother. The song is sung by Jimmy Castor. The song is a great example of how music can be used to create a mood in a movie. The song is cheerful and upbeat, which helps to create a feeling of excitement and energy in the scene. It helps in creating an immersive experience for the viewer. The song helps to create the feeling that you are in the world of the movie, and it is a great way to get transported into the world of the film. Castor’s voice is incredible and the song is just a lot of fun.
07. Double Dutch (Malcolm McLaren)
The next song on the list is Double Dutch by Malcolm McLaren. This was one of the songs that were played during the montage scene in The Wolf of Wall Street where Jordan Belfort is trying to sell penny stocks. While the song isn’t as popular as some of the other songs on this list, it’s still a great track.
06. Never Say Never (Romeo Void)
Never Say Never is another great song in the Wolf of Wall Street soundtrack that will keep you hooked from beginning to end. This song is performed by Romeo Void and is a great choice for anyone who wants to get their groove on while watching the movie. The song is about a man who is trying to convince a woman to never give up on him, which is a great message for anyone who is struggling in their relationship. It is a song that everyone can relate to because we all have been in a situation where we feel like giving up.
05. Meth Lab Zoso Sticker (7horse)
The next song in the Wolf of Wall Street soundtrack is “Meth Lab Zoso Sticker” by the band, Sevenhorse. This song is a heavy metal track with a lot of distorted guitar and drums. The lyrics are about a meth lab that is being run by a group of people. The beats of the song are very intense and make you want to headbang. The song is also very catchy and will make you try out moves on the dance floor.
04. Road Runner (Bo Diddley)
Road Runner is another incredible track that was used in the film. It’s a Bo Diddley song that has an incredible beat and is just a lot of fun to listen to. The song is about a car that Bo Diddley bought and it’s just a great track. It fits perfectly with the film, especially in the scene where Jordan is driving his new car.
03. Mrs. Robinson (The Lemonheads)
The next song you’ll find out in The Wolf of Wall Street Soundtrack is Mrs. Robinson by The Lemonheads. This song is about a woman who’s married to a wealthy man and she’s having an affair with a younger man. She’s telling him that he should be like her and not worry about the money. She’s also telling him that he should take care of himself and not worry about her husband. According to Screen Rant, the song fits perfectly in the scene where, Jordan Belfort, is talking to his mistress about how he should be living his life.
02. Cast Your Fate To The Wind (Allen Toussaint)
Another great track you will find in The Wolf of Wall Street soundtrack is Cast Your Fate To The Wind. This particular song is performed by Allen Toussaint. It has a great bluesy sound that will get your toes tapping.
01. Moonlight In Vermont (Ahmad Jamal)
Coming at number one is a song by Ahmad Jamal known as Moonlight In Vermont. The song has a beautiful beat that is perfect for relaxing. It also features some great piano work by Jamal himself. It is a relatable song especially if you have ever been in love.
So there you have it, the ranking of all the songs from The Wolf of Wall Street soundtrack. All these songs are great and perfect for any occasion. Whether you want to relax or get your party on, these tracks will do the trick.