‘The Impression that I get film credits’ list


“The Impression That I Get” was featured in several films including Step Brothers, Chasing Amy, Krippendorf’s Tribe, Fathers’ Day and Digimon: The Movie. It was also included in the Activision video game Band Hero, the Namco game Taiko: Drum Master, and the Nintendo game Donkey Konga. It also appeared in an episode of the television series Friends.
Notably the song is also featured in the movie: Saving Silverman
The current theme song of the reality show America’s Funniest Home Videos is arranged and inspired by the song.

The song was featured in TV spots for the Adam Sandler film Jack and Jill.

The song is on occasions played on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno before commercials.

The song is a bumper for Howard Stern’s impressions compilation shows.

It was used by the popular movie critics Mike and Jay of Red Letter Media as the outro music to their scathing review of the Adam Sandler film Jack and Jill.

please comment with any other film credits or attributes

//Continuing film credits[Imdb]
Beavis and Butt-Head
(TV Series 1995)
(performer – 1 episode)
Chasing Amy
(performer: “The Impression That I Get” (1996)
Fathers’ Day
(performer: “The Impression That I Get”)
I Know What You Did Last Summer
(performer: “Wake Up Call”)
Krippendorf’s Tribe
(performer: “The Impression That I Get”)
(TV Series 1998)
Meet the Deedles
(performer: “Wrong Thing Right Then”)
(performer – 1 episode)
Snow Day
(performer: “Noise Brigade”)
Digimon: The Movie
(performer: “The Impression that I Get”)
(TV Series 2003)
(performer – 1 episode)
Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star
(performer: “Chasing the Sun Away”)
Donkey Konga
(Video Game 2003)
(performer: “The Impression That I Get”)
Cold Case
(TV Series 2005)
(performer – 1 episode)
(performer: “Sugar Free”)
Step Brothers
(performer: “The Impression That I Get”)
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules
(performer: “NAH NAH NAH NAH NAH”)


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