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The soundtrack includes several instrumental pieces by Australian composer Sven Libaek. Songs include original David Bowie recordings, Bowie covers by Seu Jorge, and two songs – "Search and Destroy" by The Stooges, and "Gut Feeling" by Devo, that had been produced or co-produced by Bowie. Although Anderson worked with Devo cofounder Mark Mothersbaugh for the soundtrack for this and all of his prior movies, this soundtrack marks the first time one of Devo's songs, "Gut Feeling," was used in a Wes Anderson film. Mothersbaugh's Devo bandmate Bob Casale (aka "Bob 2") co-produced the soundtrack with Mothersbaugh. Pressed on cerulean blue double vinyl and available first at record stores starting on RSD Black Friday. 1. "Shark Attack Theme" – Sven Libaek2. Loquasto International Film Festival – Mark Mothersbaugh3. "Life on Mars?" – David Bowie4. "Space Oddity" – Seu Jorge5. Let Me Tell You About My Boat – Mark Mothersbaugh6. "Rebel Rebel" – Seu Jorge7. Zissou Society Blue Star Cadets / Ned's Theme Take 1 – Mark Mothersbaugh8. "Gut Feeling" – Devo9. "Open Sea Theme" – Sven Libaek10. "Rock & Roll Suicide" – Seu Jorge11. "Here's To You" – Ennio Morricone featuring Joan Baez12. We Call Them Pirates Out Here – Mark Mothersbaugh13. "Search and Destroy" – The Stooges14. "La Niña de Puerta Oscura" – Paco de Lucía15. "Life on Mars?" – Seu Jorge16. Ping Island / Lightning Strike Rescue Op – Mark Mothersbaugh17. "Five Years" – Seu Jorge18. "30 Century Man" – Scott Walker19. "The Way I Feel Inside" – The Zombies20. "Queen Bitch" – David Bowie
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