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Rather than the normal theme music, The Jam's 1980 song That's Entertainment is played over the end credits.
"It's a Hit" by We Are Scientists (Opening scene)
"Young Love" by Mystery Jets (Entering the bus)
"Good Days Bad Days" by Kaiser Chiefs (Bus trip)
"I Feel It All" by Feist (Lunch)
"My Circuitboard City" by The Wombats (John pairs up with Will)
"Rip It Up" by Razorlight (At the dorms)
"A Whole Child Ago" by Biffy Clyro (On the way to the party)
"Love Lockdown" by Kanye West (At the party)
"Fit 4 U" by The Young Knives (Lauren hugs Simon)
"Girls and Boys in Love" by The Rumble Strips (Will gets his date)
"Motorcycle" by The Rumble Strips (Jay approaches the ice cream lady)
"Carnivals" by New Cassettes (The boat trip)
"Girls Who Play Guitars" by Maximo Park (Simon takes a bath)
"A-Punk" by Vampire Weekend (The guys huddle)
"Latchmere" by The Maccabees (Closing scenes, end credits)
The address of the person on Jay's fake license is real, though it actually belongs to a building contractor, "Bay City Homes".
The "fake" Australian driver's license possessed by Jay is actually a very convincing fake. The only things that give it away is the blue bar at the top, which is indicative of a FULL license and can only be possessed by a person OVER the age of 21(18-21yo has a RED bar, indicative of a probationary license), the expiry date is BEFORE his birthday instead of after, the expiry is only 2 years instead of the minimum 3 years and the fact that it's missing the inverted triangular hologram of the state's symbol.
When Will sits on the toilet you can see that he is wearing a second pair of underpants besides those at his ankles.