01 - Peter Sarstedt - Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)
02 - Ustad Vilayat Khan - Title Music From Satyajit Ray's Film "Jalshagar"
03 - The Kinks - This Time Tomorrow
04 - Satyajit Ray - Title Music From Satyajit Ray's Film "Teen Kanya"
05 - Jyotitindra Moitra & Ustad Ali Akbar Khan - Title Music From Satyajit Ray's Film "The Householder"
06 - Satyajit Ray - "Ruku's Room" From Satyajit Ray's Film "Joi Baba Felunath"
07 - Satyajit Ray - "Charu's Theme" From Satyajit Ray's Film "Charulata"
08 - Shankar/Jakishan - Title Music From Merchant-Ivory's Film "Bombay Talkie"
09 - Satyajit Ray - "Montage" From Nityananda Datta's Film "Baska Badal"
10 - Jodphur Sikh Temple Congregation - Prayer (Traditional)
11 - Jyotitindra Moitra & Ustad Ali Akbar Khan - "Farewell To Earnest" From Merchant-Ivory's Film "The Householder"
12 - Satyajit Ray - "The Deserted Ballroom" From Merchant-Ivory's Film "Shakespeare Wallah"
13 - Alexis Weissenberg - Suite Bergmanesque - 3. 'Clair De Lune'
14 - Jakishan - "Typewriter Tip, Tip, Tip" From Merchant-Ivory's Film "Bombay Talkie"
15 - Narlai Village Troubador - Memorial (Traditional)
16 - The Kinks - Strangers
17 - Udiapur Convent School Nuns & Students - Praise Him (Traditional)
18 - Fritz Reiner - Symphony No.7 In A, Op.92 - Allegro Con Brio
19 - The Rolling Stones - Play With Fire
20 - Ustad Vilayat Khan - "Arrival In Benaras" From Merchant-Ivory's Film "The Guru"
21 - The Kinks - Powerman
22 - Joe Dassin - Les Champs Elysees
Original Soundtrack: The Darjeeling Limited is the soundtrack album for the Wes Anderson film, The Darjeeling Limited. The album features three songs by The Kinks, "Powerman", "Strangers" and "This Time Tomorrow", all from the 1970 album Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One, as well as "Play With Fire" by The Rolling Stones. Most of the album, however, features film score music composed by Bengali filmmaker Satyajit Ray and other artists from the cinema of India. The works include "Charu's Theme", from Ray's 1964 film, Charulata.
The film is the first of Anderson's not to feature music by Mark Mothersbaugh. Darjeeling Limited is the first Wes Anderson soundtrack album to feature a song by The Rolling Stones; (though Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, and The Royal Tenenbaums all featured Rolling Stones songs, contractual reasons prevented the songs from appearing on the soundtrack albums).
From All Music Guide:
For fans of director Wes Anderson, a new movie from the bespectacled auteur means the materialization of a quirky new soundtrack as well. While 1999's British Invasion-heavy audio companion to Rushmore remains the unofficial fan fave, each collection of music (Bottle Rocket, The Royal Tenenbaums, and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou) has been a glimpse into the Texas-bred Anderson's obviously deep record collection, a window he once again opens with the typically eclectic Darjeeling Limited. The quirk of 2004's Zissou was that it mined classic David Bowie songs as played by Brazilian samba revivalist and Life Aquatic cast member Seu Jorge. This time around ,Anderson populates his tale with classic Indian art film music, from celebrated director/composer Satyajit Ray to violinist/singer/composer Shankar. Adapting these previously recorded scores to the director's model of "life with a near constant soundtrack" means peppering them with well-placed bursts of rock & roll, so the employment of tracks from Anderson stalwarts the Rolling Stones and the Kinks should come as no surprise, as they have long been the acts that Anderson uses to drive in the emotional nail. Toss in a little Debussy and Beethoven, "Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)" by the painfully earnest U.K. folkie Peter Sarstedt, and a dash of gospel, and then wrap it all up with 1969's international smash "Les Champs-Elysées" from American expatriate/French pop superstar Joe Dassin, and you've got what amounts to the usual Wes Anderson smorgasbord of hip, never will be hip, or soon to be hipper than hip.