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'Piranha 3DD' Soundtrack Features The Limousines, Amber Pacific, All The Right Moves & More

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by Edward Davis
May 7, 2012 2:37 PM
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Despite a very underwhelming North American haul ($25 million), "Piranha 3D" did well enough globally ($83 million) to justify a sequel in the eyes of The Weinstein Company. Due June 1st, "Piranha 3DD" now has a soundtrack to accompany it. Scheduled for a May 29th digital release, the 17-track soundtrack features Bay Area "indietronica" band The Limousines, anthemic pop band All The Right Moves, radio-friendly rockers Amber Pacific and to be honest, a whole bunch of bands we've never heard of. A score album by Elia Camiral from Lakeshore Records can be pre-ordered on Amazon as well, if that floats your boat.

"Piranha 3DD" stars Katrina Bowden, Christopher Lloyd, Ving Rhames, Gary Busey, David Koechner, David Hasselhoff, Paul Scheer and several cornfed actresses and models who will who will surely meet a gruesome demise. Early contender for worst film of the year? Hey, who said that!

"Piranha 3DD" Soundtrack Tracklist
01. Got Me in a Trance - Marcus Latief Scott
02. Summer School – Twirl 03. C’mon I Can’t Wait - Automatic Music Explosion
04. Chemical Kings - The One & Only’s
05. The Impatient, the Imperfect, the Impossible - All The Right Moves
06. Open Ya Mind - Sarah Khula
07. Very Busy People - The Limousines
08. Before I Die – Cellphish
09. Flaskaboozendancingshoes - The Limousines
10. Blast - Bobot Adrenaline
11. Quit, You’re Being Thoughtless - Moros Eros
12. I’m Always Here - Jason Scheff
13. Summertime - Josh Mobley feat. Reina Williams
14. The Good Life - Amber Pacific
15. Internet Killed the Video Star - The Limousines
16. Head Banger - Robert Etoll
17. Viktors Misery - Bobot Adrenaline

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  • Roberto Biacca | May 27, 2012 7:57 AMReply

    Piranha 3D soundtrack (and also maybe the film) is unequalled. These groups here sound a bit too pop and will be forgotten in two-three days. There's no possible winner of a grammy, unlike its predecessor (see Marco" Benny" Benassi).

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