Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist: This one is for the indie kids who loved Juno. This soundtrack boasts some underground hits, such as Devendra’s “Lover,” The Jerk Offs’ “Screw the Man,” as well as Vampire Weekends’ “Ottoman.” Now you can have a new song to replace the inescapable repetition of The Moldy Peaches’ “Anyone Else But You.”

Released: September 23rd

  1. Chris Bell—Speed of Sound
  2. Devendra Banhart—Lover
  3. The Jerk Offs—Screw the Man
  4. Bishop Allen—Middle Management
  5. Vampire Weekend—Ottoman
  6. The Dead 60s—Riot Radio
  7. Takka Takka—Fever
  8. The Submarines—Xavia
  9. Project Jenny, Project Jan—Negative
  10. We Are Scientists—After Hours
  11. Marching Band—Trust Your Stomach
  12. Band of Horses—Our Swords
  13. Army Navy—Silvery Sleds
  14. Richard Hawley—Baby You’re My Light
  15. Shout Out Louds—Very Loud
  16. Paul Tiernan—How to Say Goodbye
  17. The Real Tuesday Weld—Last Words
  18. Mark Mothersbaugh—Nich & Norah’s Theme
  19. Rogue Wave—Electro-Socket Blues

Religulous: Oh, religion. What hasn’t been said about it? Well, Bill Maher surely has something fresh and original to say, and he will as the lead in the upcoming film, Religulous. This soundtrack is just about as quirky, funny, and relevant as the film promises to be. With tracks like “Jesusland,” Party In My Pants,” and “I Think We’re Alone Now,” the soundtrack is a perfect fit to what you can expect to see on the silver screen.

Released: September 30th

  1. Creedence Clearwater Revival—Travelin’ Band
  2. Jewel Akens—The Birds and the Bees
  3. The Jeff Beck Group—I Ain’t Superstitious
  4. Sam the Sham & The Pharaohs—Wooly Bully
  5. Voices of Ascension—Almaredemptoris Mater
  6. Ben Folds–Jesusland
  7. Doobie Brothers—Jesus Is Just Alright
  8. Gnarls Barkley–Crazy
  9. Apollo—Party In My Pants
  10. Klezmer Conservatory Band—Yiddish Blues
  11. Bob Dylan—Highway 61 Revisited
  12. Tiffany—I Think We’re Alone Now
  13. The Talking Heads—Road To Nowhere

W. : Old Prez Bush is on his way out of office, but surely not without a bang. The film W. may make you feel sorry for the guy, or just hate him more; but either way it will provide a few laughs. The soundtrack will be equally pleasing, with a humorous southern theme. I cannot wait to see which scene is coupled with the song “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys!”

Released: September 30th

  1. Paul Cantelon—War Introduction
  2. Collegians Male Chorus—The Whiffenpoof Song
  3. Roy Orbison—Claudette
  4. Alan Jackson—Chattahoochee
  5. Hank Thompson—Shotgun Boogie
  6. Paul Cantelon—Bayou
  7. Willie Nelson—Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys
  8. Freddy Fender—Wasted Days and Wasted Nights
  9. Paul Cantelon—Delta Waltz
  10. Dick James—Robin Hood (With Stephen James and His Chums)
  11. Gene Autry—Deep In the Heart of Texas
  12. Paul Cantelon—The Differencemaker
  13. Eddy Arnold—What A Wonderful World
  14. Mitch Miller—Yellow Rose of Texas
  15. Paul Cantelon—War
  16. The Blackwood Brothers—I’m Winging My Way Back to Home
  17. Bob Dylan—With God On Our Side