20th-century-womenRhino Records has released a soundtrack album for the comedy drama 20th Century Women. The album features the songs from the movie by David Bowie, Talking Heads, The Raincoats, Fred Astaire, Benny Goodman, Rudy Vallee, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Devo, Louis Armstrong, The Buzzcocks & more. Also included are selections from the film’s original score composed by Roger Neill (BeginnersMozart in the Jungle, Don’t Think TwiceKing of the Hill). The soundtrack is now available to download on iTunes, where you can also listen to audio samples. A CD version will be released on January 13, 2017 and will be available for pre-order on Amazon within the next few days and a vinyl version will be coming out on February 3 and can be pre-ordered here. 20th Century Women is written and directed by Mike Mills and stars Annette Bening, Elle Fanning, Greta Gerwig, Billy Crudup and Lucas Jake Zumann. The movie follows a determined single mother in her mid-50s who is raising her adolescent son at a moment brimming with cultural change and rebellion. The dramedy premiered at this year’s New York Film Festival and will be released in select theaters on December 25 by A24. Visit the official movie website to learn more about the film.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Santa Barbara, 1979 — Roger Neill
2. Don’t Worry About The Government — Talking Heads
3. Basin Street Blues — Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five
4. Fairytale In The Supermarket — The Raincoats
5. Love In A Void — Siouxsie And The Banshees
6. Modern People — Roger Neill
7. In A Sentimental Mood — Benny Goodman And His Orchestra
8. Media Blitz — Germs
9. D.J. — David Bowie
10. All Of My Objects — Roger Neill
11. After Hours On Dream Street — Sandy Williams
12. Cheree (1998 Remastered) — Suicide
13. This Heart Of Mine — Fred Astaire
14. Gut Feeling/(Slap Your Mammy) — Devo
15. Everything On Television — Roger Neill
16. The Big Country — Talking Heads
17. As Time Goes By — Rudy Vallee & His Connecticut Yankees
18. Why Can’t I Touch It? —The Buzzcocks
19. The Politics Of Orgasm — Roger Neill