House of Gucci may not feature any music from stars Lady Gaga and Jared Leto, but the soundtrack is made up of a few familiar favorites.
Gucci House stars Lady Gaga, and although audiences won’t find her name on the soundtrack, they will find a variety of songs from other well-known artists. Gucci House focuses on Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga), a foreigner who got married into the Gucci family. Patrizia worked in her father’s small trucking business before meeting and marrying Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver). Maurizio was 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.
Gucci House is based on the true story that culminated in a murder in broad daylight and on a legendary fashion brand named after the Gucci that no longer contains a single member of the Gucci family. Detective drama Ridley Scott stars two-time Oscar nominee Adam Driver and Oscar winner Lady Gaga. The cast also includes musician and Oscar winner Jared Leto, who is barely recognizable under his three hours of makeup.
The soundtrack of Gucci House contains a few familiar artist favorites that most viewers will recognize, but it’s worth noting that it does not contain any music from Lady Gaga, who won the Oscar for Best Original Song in 2019, or the 30-year-old singer. Seconds To Mars Jared Leto. The soundtrack, however, contains songs by Donna Summer, George Michael, David Bowie and Blondie. Below is a list of each song in Gucci House and where to hear them in the movie.
“La Ragazza Dol Maglione” by Pino Donaggio – This song plays on the film’s title card and continues as Patrizia walks past workers at her father’s trucking company in the opening scene.
“On the radio” by Donna Summer – This plays out 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.
âSono Bugiarda (I am a believer)â by Caterina Caselli – Maurizio’s very first day at the trucking company.
“Libiamo Ne’lieti Calici (Brindisi)” by Luciano Pavarotti & Dame Joan Sutherland & The London Opera Chorus & The National Philharmonic – Played out during a scandalous scene where Patrizia and Maurizio make love in the accounting office.
“Faith” by George Michael – This play is performed at the wedding of Patrizia and Maurizio.
Alice’s “Una Notta Speciale” – Aldo leaves a store as this song plays in the background of Ridley Scott’s latest film.
“Ritornerai” by Bruno Lauzi – Patrizia, Maurizio and Aldo (Al Pacino) arriving at the breeding farm.
“Here is the rain again” by Eurythmics – Patrizia tells Maurizio that she is pregnant and continues while they use the new tub, she tries on clothes and they see Aldo at the store.
“I feel the love” by Donna Summer – Aldo shows Maurizio his new office.
“Cuidado” by Funky – Patrizia finds out that fake Gucci products are being sold.
“Blue Monday” by New Order – It plays in the background of the fashion show in Milan.
“I have your number” by Bobby Short – Paolo and Aldo are talking on the phone and the song continues while Aldo gets arrested.
“A Fifth of Beethoven” by Walter Murphy – This plays during a scene during the adjustment of Paolo.
“It’s the most wonderful time of the year” by Andy Williams – Maurizio bumps into Paola (Camille Cottin) while they are skiing.
Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” – Aldo crosses paths with Paolo while he is on a phone booth at the airport.
Ron Carter’s “Manha De Carnaval” – Maurizio and Paola dance to this song in a Gucci House scene.
“Largo Al Factotum” by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra– Domenico (Jack Huston) arriving to speak to Patrizia.
“Ashes To Ashes” by David Bowie – Maurizio’s photo shoot and when Maurizio talks to Anna in his office.
“Comment Gee” by Black Machine – Gucci and Tom Ford show.
“Madame Butterfly: humming the choir” by Accademia Di Santa & Tullio Serafin – Patrizia is taking a bath and while Maurizio is having lunch.
“Baby Can I Hold You Tonight” by Tracy Chapman & Luciano Pavarotti & Orchestra Sinfonica Italiano & JosÃ© Molina – Patrizia closes the closet and continues while she’s in court and plays the end credits for Gucci House.
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