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Juno (Music from the Motion Picture)


Download links and information about Juno (Music from the Motion Picture). This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 46:42 minutes.

Release date: 2007
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 19
Duration: 46:42
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No. Title Length
1. All I Want Is You (Barry Louis Polisar) 2:37
2. My Rollercoaster (Juno Film Version) (Kimya Dawson) 0:53
3. A Well Respected Man (The Kinks) 2:41
4. Dearest (Buddy Holly) 1:53
5. Up the Spout (Mateo Messina) 0:54
6. Tire Swing (Kimya Dawson) 3:07
7. Piazza, New York Catcher (Belle & Sebastian) 3:01
8. Loose Lips (Kimya Dawson) 2:23
9. Superstar (Sonic Youth) 4:08
10. Sleep (Instrumental) (Kimya Dawson) 0:52
11. Expectations (Remastered) (Belle & Sebastian) 3:35
12. All the Young Dudes (Mott The Hoople) 3:35
13. So Nice So Smart (Kimya Dawson) 2:45
14. Sea of Love (Remastered) (Cat Power) 2:22
15. Tree Hugger (Kimya Dawson, Antsy Pants) 3:14
16. I'm Stickng With You (The Velvet Underground) 2:27
17. Anyone Else But You (The Moldy Peaches) 2:59
18. Vampire (Antsy Pants) 1:20
19. Anyone Else But You (Michael Cera, Ellen Page) 1:56



Director Jason Reitman’s film about a young couple’s unexpected pregnancy provides a soundtrack that primarily reflects a childlike sense of wonder. Kimya Dawson appears solo, with her old group, the Moldy Peaches, and her side project Antsy Pants. Her contributions, regardless of name, reflect the open-eyed whimsy that Dawson applies to all her work. (“Tire Swing,” for example, features a whistling solo.) Several short instrumentals from Dawson provide the film’s incidental music, while children’s music singer Barry Louis Polisar adds a harmonica-driven folk-tune “All I Want Is You” and 1960s legends the Velvet Underground are represented by the Maureen Tucker sung lullaby “I’m Sticking With You.” Rounding out the soundtrack are an odd assortment of classic rockers, from Buddy Holly’s obscure “Dearest” to the more obvious Kinks tune “A Well Respected Man” and Mott the Hoople’s David Bowie-penned “All the Young Dudes.” Cat Power’s dour take on Phil Phillips’ “Sea of Love” is matched by Sonic Youth’s dark, whispered interpretation of the Carpenters’ “Superstar,” that once appeared on a tribute to the ‘70s duo.