Alice In Wonderland Soundtrack: Fall Out Boy, Blink 182, and More

Elissa Suh :: Tuesday, January 12th, 2010 4:00 pm

Almost Alice is concrete evidence for those Tim Buton fans, steadily waning in number, that his upcoming version of the classic children’s tale (saturated with color and not so subtle hallucinogenic effects) has been metamorphosed into the junior high school goth’s wetdream, or far worse, since even those outcasts know better than to listen to 3OH!3

Tim Burton’s absurd decision to release a soundtrack for the upcoming Alice in Wonderland could be indication of the deterioration of Danny Elfman (unlikely), or the success of New Moon (regrettably). Following the trend, Burton has compiled songs, new and old by mainstream bands from a certain music scene. Click through for the movie’s full soundtrack listing, released exclusively by myspace.

Leading the pack is Avril Lavigne, who apparently still makes music. Almost Alice features names like the [semi] new Owl City, as well as some [fortunately] forgotten ones like Metro Station, and that band who won’t be singing about Delilah for once.  Buried in the mess of  Robert Smith(The Cure), The soundtrack’s highlight will undoubtedly be the Matt Hoppus and Pete Wentz collaboration…  At least New Moon had Bon Iver.

1. “Alice (Underground)” performed by Avril Lavigne
2. “The Poison” performed by The All-American Rejects
3. “The Technicolor Phase” performed by Owl City
4. “Her Name Is Alice” performed by Shinedown
5. “Painting Flowers” performed by All Time Low
6. “Where’s My Angel” performed by Metro Station
7. “Strange” performed by Tokio Hotel and Kerli
8. “Follow Me Down” performed by 3OH!3 featuring Neon Hitch
9. “Very Good Advice” performed by Robert Smith
10. “In Transit” performed by Mark Hoppus with Pete Wentz
11. “Welcome to Mystery” performed by Plain White T’s
12. “Tea Party” performed by Kerli
13. “The Lobster Quadrille” performed by Franz Ferdinand
14. “Running Out of Time” performed by Motion City Soundtrack
15. “Fell Down a Hole” performed by Wolfmother
16. “White Rabbit” performed by Grace Potter and the Nocturnals