August 3, 2011 16:05
The Streets' Mike Skinner writes 10 new songs for 'The Inbetweeners Movie'
'Clunge In A Barrel' and 'Pussay Patrol' are among the brand new songs
The new songs from The Streets man include 'Clunge In A Barrel', 'Pussay Patrol', 'No Problemo' and 'Twenty Euros'.
The film, which is set for release on August 19, sees the lead characters from the popular TV comedy, starring Simon Bird, James Buckley, Blake Harrison and Joe Thomas, holidaying in Malia. The soundtrack, which also features music from Miles Kane, Ke$ha, The Vines and Yolana Be Cool, is released on August 22. You can watch a trailer for The Inbetweeners movie by scrolling down to the bottom of the page.
The Inbetweeners Movie OST tracklisting is:
Miles Kane – 'Quicksand'
Mike Skinner – 'No Problemo'
'Mental Holiday' (From The Inbetweeners)
The Vines – 'Gimme Love'
Ke$ha – 'Blow' (Cirkut Remix)
'Introduce Yourself' (From The Inbetweeners)
Yolanda Be Cool – 'We No Speak Americano' (Radio Edit)
Axwell – 'Nothing But Love' (Radio Edit)
Mike Skinner – 'Fernando's Theme'
'You're A Virgin' (From The Inbetweeners)
Mike Skinner – 'Twenty Euros'
Mike Skinner – 'Waving Not Drowning'
'He Shoots He Scores' (From The Inbetweeners)
Mike Skinner – 'Clunge In A Barrel'
Deer Tick – 'Twenty Miles'
Calvin Harris – 'Feel So Close' (Benny Benassi Remix)
Mike Skinner – 'We Are Go'
Everything Everything – 'MY KZ, YR BF' (Grum Remix)
Mike Skinner – 'Moanatronic 5000'
Mike Skinner – 'Whatever It Takes'
'Two Man Job' (From The Inbetweeners)
Mike Skinner – 'Do It'
Sean Kingston – 'Party All Night (Sleep All Day)'
Morning Runner – 'Gone Up In Flames'
Mike Skinner – 'Pussay Patrol'
'To The Pussay' (From The Inbetweeners)
Mike Skinner will stop performing under the moniker of The Streets when he completes the touring schedule for his fifth album 'Computer And Blues' and make his final appearance in London as The Streets with a headline show at Freeze Festival, which takes place in Battersea Power Station over the weekend of October 28-29.
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