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Jennifer's Body (Music from the Motion Picture) [Deluxe Version]

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Jennifer’s Body is about a teenage vixen turned boy-killing succubus during a local band’s satanic ritual gone horribly wrong, so it makes perfect sense to open the album with a punch-throwing garage rocker like Florence + The Machine’s “Kiss With a Fist." Panic! At The Disco’s “New Perspective” is too polished and glossy to dodge radio airplay, but the real gem resides in the scattered hooks of “Teenagers” by Hayley Williams, an up-tempo folk rock tune with a contagious hit-worthy chorus. Conversely, “Celestial Crown” by Austin hessians the Sword probably won’t make any Infinity or Viacom-owned radio playlists, as it sounds even darker than Ozzy-era Black Sabbath — but as the tune accompanies the story’s satanic rock band, it perfectly captures the vibe of every high school’s denim-clad, soap-dodging, hair-farming, stoner contingent. Of the three bonus cuts on the Duluxe Edition, Hole’s grungy grrrl anthem “Violet” easily upstages songs by Low Shoulder and Theodore Shapiro.

Customer Reviews


"teenagers" needs to be a single. i dont want the entire album. hayleys song is too good not to be a single.

You have got to be kidding me

I definately only want two songs off of this album. And, they are both album only. Come on iTunes.

I really like the soundtrack but the movie looks really dumb,

The only reason why I'm rating this album five stars is because this soundtrack is actually great. My favorite band All Time Low sing a song in this album and I LOVE it, also Cute Is What We Aim For, Panic! At The Disco, Cobra Starship, Hayley Williams, ect... But I personally think this movie looks really dumb, I really don't enjoy Megan Fox at all. She's just eye candy, thats it. And no, don't think that I'm "jealous" of her just because she's good looking or whatever, she just annoys me, thats all. Anyways; this album is great. I like it a lot.

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Jennifer's Body (Music from the Motion Picture) [Deluxe Version]
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  • $12.99
  • Genres: Soundtrack, Music
  • Released: Aug 25, 2009

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