1. Start The Commotion - Wiseguys. 2. Relax - Frankie Goes To Hollywood. 3. Call Me - Nikka Costa. 4. Love To Love You Baby - No Doubt. 5. I Started A Joke - Wallflowers. 6. He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother - Rufus Wainwright. 7. Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go - Wham. 8. Rockit - Herbie Hancock. 9. Beat It (Moby Re-mix) - Michael Jackson. 10. Madskills Mic-Checka - BT. 11. Faces - Orgy. 12. Ruffneck - Freestylers. 13. Now Is The Time - Crystal Method. 14. Relax - Powerman 5000. While the premise of Ben Stiller's Zoolander, a film about an intellectually challenged fashion model cum unwitting international assassin, sounds decidedly loopy, it's a movie with a smartly campy soundtrack to match, trading heavily on vintage '70s and '80s kitsch and covers. The Wiseguys' ubiquitous runway/car commercial/ballpark fave Start the Commotion kicks things into an infectious groove carried on by Frankie Goes to Hollywood's Relax (also covered flaccidly by Powerman 5000). But contemporary cuts (Orgy's Faces, Ruffneck by the Freestylers, the Crystal Method's Now Is the Time) take a back seat to modern covers that range from the sublime (Rufus Wainwright crooning a heartfelt take on the Hollies' He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother; the Wallflowers' subdued reading of the Bee Gees' I Started a Joke) to comparatively ridiculous (Nikka Costa and Gwen Stefani turning in pale impressions of Debbie Harry and Donna Summer on Call Me and Love to Love You Baby, respectively). Herbie Hancock's Rockit and the ever-sly Moby's tasty sub-mix of Michael Jackson's hit Beat It also neatly bookend 15 years of club beats.