Editors’ Notes This dysfunctional family/road movie by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris was one of '06's most delightfully skewed comic treats. Its soundtrack is no less inventive, complimenting the film's human foibles and left-field laughs with an impressive feat of musical alchemy, teaming Canadian film scorer/new age artist Mychael Danna with eclectic Denver indie outfit Devotchka for the bulk of the score. The unlikely teaming's evocative, cabaret-meets-Morricone conceits bring a stately focus to their collaborations, while never hampering the muse of either artist. Contemporary singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens also contributes a pair of smart performances whose arrangements are well-synced to the Danna/Devotchka musical axis, while Tony Tisdale's "Catwalkin'" and a slinky remix of Rick James' "Superfreak" give the collection welcome doses of club-savvy sass and pop kitsch relief.

SONG
The Winner Is
1
3:04
Til the End of Time
2
3:56
You Love Me
3
4:02
First Push
4
1:05
No Man's Land
5
4:47
Let's Go
6
3:21
No One Gets Left Behind
7
1:14
Chicago
8
6:07
We're Gonna Make It
9
2:32
Do You Think There's a Heaven?
10
1:23
Catwalkiin'
11
1:38
Superfreak (Rocasound Revamp)
12
4:13
Llorona
13
3:24
How It Ends
14
5:39