House of Gucci stars Lady Gaga, and while audiences won’t find her name on the soundtrack, they will find a variety of songs from other well-known artists. House of Gucci centers on Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga), an outsider who married into the Gucci family. Patrizia worked at her father’s small trucking company before she met and married Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver). Maurizio was the heir to half of the Gucci fashion house. Maurizio and Patrizia got married, and Patrizia lied, cheated, and stole in an attempt to reach the top.
House of Gucci is based on the true story that resulted in a murder in broad daylight and a legendary fashion brand named for the Guccis that no longer contains a single member of the Gucci family. The Ridley Scott crime drama stars two-time Academy Award nominee Adam Driver and Academy Award winner Lady Gaga. The cast also includes musician and Academy Award winner Jared Leto, who is hardly recognizable under his three hours’ worth of makeup.
The soundtrack for House of Gucci contains quite a few familiar favorites from artists most viewers will recognize, but interestingly, does not contain any music from Lady Gaga, who won an Oscar for Best Original Song in 2019, nor 30 Seconds To Mars singer Jared Leto. The soundtrack does, however, feature songs from the likes of Donna Summer, George Michael, David Bowie, and Blondie. Below is a list of every song in House of Gucci and where to hear them in the movie.
Every Song In House Of Gucci – Full Tracklist
“La Ragazza Dol Maglione” by Pino Donaggio – This song plays over the title card of the film and continues as Patrizia walks past workers at her dad’s trucking firm in the opening scene.
“On The Radio” by Donna Summer – This plays when Patrizia and Max are at the costume party, and Patrizia meets Adam Driver’s Maurizio in the movie.
“Disco Fever” by Chuck Witherspoon & Rufus Merryweather & Sonny Jackson – From a scene with Maurizio and Patricia dancing together.
“Sono Bugiarda (I’m A Believer)” by Caterina Caselli – Maurizio’s very first day working at the trucking company.
“Libiamo Ne’lieti Calici (Brindisi)” by Luciano Pavarotti & Dame Joan Sutherland & The London Opera Chorus & The National Philharmonic – Plays during a scandalous scene where Patrizia and Maurizio have sex in the accounting office.
“Faith” by George Michael – Ths plays during Patrizia and Maurizio’s wedding.
“Una Notta Speciale” by Alice – Aldo is leaving a store as this song plays in the background of Ridley Scott’s latest movie.
“Ritornerai” by Bruno Lauzi – Patrizia, Maurizio, and Aldo (Al Pacino) arriving at the cattle farm.
“Here Comes The Rain Again” by Eurythmics – Patrizia is telling Maurizio she is pregnant and continues as they use the new bathtub, she tries on clothes, and they see Aldo at the store.
“I Feel Love” by Donna Summer – Aldo is showing Maurizio his new office.
“Cuidado” by Funky – Patrizia discovers there are fake Gucci products being sold.
“Blue Monday” by New Order – This plays in the background of the fashion show in Milan.
“I’ve Got Your Number” by Bobby Short – Paolo and Aldo are talking on the phone and the song continues while Aldo is getting arrested.
“A Fifth of Beethoven” by Walter Murphy – This plays during a scene while fitting Paolo.
“It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year” by Andy Williams – Maurizio bumps into Paola (Camille Cottin) while they’re skiing.
“Heart Of Glass” by Blondie – Aldo running into Paolo while he’s on a payphone at the airport.
“Manha De Carnaval” by Ron Carter – Maurizio and Paola dance to this song in a House of Gucci scene.
“Largo Al Factotum” by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra– Domenico (Jack Huston) arriving to talk to Patrizia.
“Ashes To Ashes” by David Bowie – Maurizio’s photoshoot and when Maurizio is talking to Anna in his office.
“How Gee” by Black Machine – Gucci and Tom Ford fashion show.
“Madame Butterfly: Humming the Chorus” by Accademia Di Santa & Tullio Serafin – Patrizia is taking a bath and while Maurizio is at lunch.
“Baby Can I Hold You Tonight” by Tracy Chapman & Luciano Pavarotti & Orchestra Sinfonica Italiano & José Molina – Patrizia is closing the closet and continues while she is in court and plays over the end credits for House of Gucci.
Where To Listen To House Of Gucci’s Soundtrack
For audiences who can’t get enough of all the hits jam-packed into House of Gucci‘s soundtrack, there’s some good news. Not only is the House of Gucci soundtrack available in full on Spotify, but it can also be purchased on CD and vinyl as of February 2022. Despite a major Oscars 2022 snub, House of Gucci has been well-received overall, and sales of the stellar soundtrack are sure to make a decent haul.
What Music Was In The House Of Gucci Trailer?
House of Gucci gave a sneak preview of its soundtrack in the first official trailer, which featured “Heart of Glass” by Blondie, one of the songs that actually appears in the film. The second official trailer for House of Gucci used another instantly recognizable song, “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” by Annie Lennox, Dave Stewart, and Eurythmics. This second track doesn’t appear during House of Gucci itself, but it effectively sets the mood of dangerous glamour and deception on which the film focuses.
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