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Aloha – Complete Soundtrack Listing








In addition to already released soundtrack, we thought you might like to see the entire soundtrack listing for Aloha. If the movie hasn’t arrived in your country yet, you might want to avoid this list if you’d like to be surprised. We’ve also excluded the songs featured during the “Satellite” sequence, so you can identify those snippets yourself!

  • “Mele Pule Ho‘ola No Hi‘iaka” Traditional – James Kapihe
  • “Hanohano Hanalei” – Alfred K. Alohikea
  • “Cool People Make Me Tired” – Williamson
  • “I Can See For Miles” – The Who
  • “Ipo Lei Manu” – Cyril Pahinui
  • “Hawaii Sing To Me” – Andy Iona and his Islanders
  • “Taps” Traditional
  • “Kids and Dogs” – David Crosby
  • “Factory Girl” – The Rolling Stones
  • “Aloha ‘Oe” Traditional – (Written by Queen Lili’uokalani)
  • “Love Like This” – Kodaline
  • “A Field of Birds” (Live at KEXP) – The Tallest Man on Earth
  • “Te No‘o Nei Au” Traditional – Robi Kahakalau Featuring George “Fiji” Veikoso
  • “Hawaii Uke Sinfony Mix” – Jónsi
  • “You and Jake” – Evening Hymns
  • “An Island Melody” -Andy Iona and His Islanders
  • “Slack Key Lullaby” (Live at Maki’s Studio)  – Ledward Kaapana
  • “No Name Slack Key” – Ledward Kaapana
  • “Waimānalo Blues” – Ledward Kaapana
  • “Nū ‘Oli” – George Kahumoku Jr.
  • “Au‘a ‘Ia E Kama E Kona Moku” Traditional – Keaka Kanahele
  • “Lei Hinahina” – John Kameaaloha
  • “Take My Advice” – Kurt Vile
  • “Blue Christmas” – Elvis Presley
  • “Witchi Tai To” – Harpers Bizarre
  • “Naughty Hula Eyes” – Andy Iona and His Islanders
  • “E Ho‘i I Ka Pili” – George Kahumoku Jr.
  • “Silent Night” Traditional
  • “Outstanding” – The Gap Band
  • “Everybody Wants To Rule The World” – Tears For Fears
  • “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)” – Daryl Hall & John Oates
  • “Vapour” – Vancouver Sleep Clinic
  • “I Know I’m Not Wrong” – Fleetwood Mac
  • “Tropical Swing” – Bobby Ingano
  • “Come and Find Me” – Josh Ritter
  • “Let’s Go Out Tonight” – The Blue Nile
  • “The Wheels On The Bus” Traditional
  • “Always Gold” – Radical Face
  • “Wittgenstein’s Arm” – Neil Halstead
  • I’ll Weave A Lei of Stars For You – The Royal Hawaiian Serenaders
  • “Medley Of Old Time Waltzes” (“My Wild Irish Rose” / “Good Old Summer Time” / “Sweet Rosie O’Grady”) – Walter Kolomoku’s Honoluluans Hawaiian Orchestra
  • “Phase” – Beck
  • “Heart Is A Drum” – Beck
  • “Shooting Stars” – Jónsi & Alex
  • “The Traveler” – Harper Vedder


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Jun 12, 2015

PJ20 Revisited



Can you believe it’s been two years since Pearl Jam Twenty debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival? You can check out some goodies over on the PJ20 page, but I thought we would share this “Inside Pearl Jam Twenty” Interview with Cameron from Pearl Jam Radio on Sirius. This is the full length 1 hour and 12 minute interview. Enjoy!

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Sep 7, 2013

Summer Days and Summer Nights…



Cameron was asked to provide a Spotify list for the latest issue of Gather Journal and he was happy to oblige.

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Jun 2, 2013

Vinyl Films Does Vinyl



You’ve seen our Vinyl Films Records section, right? There has been a total of 18 full length and EP releases so far. The last release was Mark Kozelek’s Live at the Union Chapel & Södra Teatern. Other releases including the now out of print Almost Famous, Vanilla Sky, Into the Wild and Harold & Maude soundtracks. Check out the section for more details, pictures and track listings.


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May 17, 2012

Favorite Set Lists


Cameron shares some of his favorite concert set lists in the December 2011 issue of Filter magazine. He discusses the reasons for each inclusion along with the actual scan of the set list. Selections include Pearl Jam, Joni Mitchell, U2, Eddie Vedder, Simon and Garfunkel and My Morning Jacket. You can check out the full article in the Journalism section.

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Nov 29, 2011

Pearl Jam Twenty: Press + Share Your Thoughts…


Photograph by: Mark Blinch, Reuters

“Tonight’s the Night”…Pearl Jam Twenty is finally here. I thought we would celebrate with a collection of PJ20 related press/tidbits from the past week and more importantly, get your thoughts. So without further adieu, let’s dig in.

Please tell us what you think of Pearl Jam Twenty. Did it live up to your expectations? Favorite part? 

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Sep 20, 2011

Pearl Jam Twenty: World Premiere Recap


That’s right. Pearl Jam Twenty had its world premiere yesterday at 2pm (EST) at the beautiful Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto as part of the  36th annual Toronto International Film Festival. In addition to the 1,500 fans, Cameron, Jeff Ament, Matt Cameron, Boom Gaspar, Stone Gossard, Mike McCready, Eddie Vedder and Chris Cornell were in attendance.

The energy and the crowd were tremendous. PJ fans such as Jennifer and Tanya (pictured above) waited in line for 8 hours to get a front row seat. There were bursts of applause throughout and certainly some tears as well. The venue was an absolutely gorgeous place to host the event and the recently installed sound system was stunning. Here’s a few pictures that I took as Cameron and the band arrived.


Over the next few weeks, I will be posting video footage from the press conference with the band and Cameron that was held after the screening. Since the press conference deals with some spoilers from the film, I’d like to wait until many of you have seen the film.


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Sep 11, 2011

Pearl Jam Twenty Clip: Come Together


PBS has debuted a new, exclusive clip of Pearl Jam Twenty. The scene focuses on the band’s formation with comments from all the parties involved. Pearl Jam Twenty has its world premiere tomorrow at the Toronto International Film Festival and then hits theaters beginning September 20th. It will air as part of PBS’s American Masters series on October 21st.

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Sep 9, 2011

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