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"The Runaways" Soundtrack: Stewart, Fanning, Stooges, Bowie

February 26, 2010 12:00 AM ET

The Runaways biopic, starring Twilight's Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning, melted the snow at its Sundance premiere and hits theaters across the U.S. on March 19th. While fans have gotten a few sneak peeks at the film via its teaser trailers, Rolling Stone now has your exclusive on what songs will feature on the film's punk rock soundtrack. Since this is a film about the Runaways, the group's catalog features heavily on the disc, and its track list is split between the original recordings and new versions by Fanning, who plays Cherie Currie, and Stewart, who portrays Joan Jett. Rounding out the album are 1975-era punk anthems by MC5, Nick Gilder, Sex Pistols, David Bowie and more.

That's the soundtrack artwork up top and it's pretty sweet, with a literal "cherry bomb" against the backdrop of a well-worn vinyl sleeve. The Runaways soundtrack will be available digitally on March 16th, with a physical release planned for March 23rd. You can pre-order both formats over on the soundtrack's official Website. Until then, check out the entire Runaways track list below, and be sure to peruse our exclusive photos from the film set:

1. Nick Gilder â€" "Roxy Roller"
2. Suzi Quatro - "The Wild One"
3. MC5 â€" "It's A Man's Man's Man's World"
4. David Bowie â€" "Rebel Rebel"
5. Dakota Fanning â€" "Cherry Bomb"
6. The Runaway â€" "Hollywood"
7. Dakota Fanning â€" "California Paradise"
8. The Runaways â€" "You Drive Me Wild"
9. Dakota Fanning & Kristen Stewart - "Queens Of Noise"
10. Kristen Stewart & Dakota Fanning - "Dead End Justice"
11. The Stooges â€" "I Wanna Be Your Dog"
12. The Runaways â€" "I Wanna Be Where The Boys Are (Live)"
13. Sex Pistols â€" "Pretty Vacant"
14. Joan Jett â€" "Don't Abuse Me"

Related Stories:
Watch a New "Runaways" Trailer, See Exclusive Photos From the Set
"The Runaways" Trailer: First Look at Stewart, Fanning in Action
Lita Ford Returns With "Sexual" LP, Explains Runaways Movie Rift

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