Animal Collective, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Red Hot Chili Peppers for 'I'm Here' soundtrack

The Spike Jonze film will also feature Of Montreal, Sleigh Bells and Girls

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Animal Collective, Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Nick Zinner and Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea are among the names who appear on the soundtrack for Spike Jonze's latest film I'm Here.

Released on October 5, the compilation features both Zinner and Flea playing on ASKA's 'The Are Many Of Us' and on Of Montreal's 'The Past Is A Grotesque Animal'.

Other acts who feature on the soundtrack include Sleigh Bells, Girls and Gui Boratto.

Based on Shel Silverstein's book The Giving Tree, the film is about two robots living in a semi-futuristic Los Angeles where humans and robots co-exist. For more information and to watch the film, visit ImHereMovie.com.

The tracklisting for 'Im Here: The Soundtrack' is as follows:

'There Are Many of Us' (ASKA Featuring Nick Zinner And Flea)
'Beautiful Life' (Gui Boratto)
'A/B Machines' (Sleigh Bells)
'The Past Is A Grotesque Animal' (Of Montreal Featuring The Lost Trees)
'Did You See The Words' (Animal Collective)
'Hellhole Ratrace' (Girls)
'There Are Many of Us (Electric Dream Version)' (Squeak E Clean)
'Lonesome Robot Theme' (Squeak E Clean)
'YOU' (ASKA)


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