By Leah Greenblatt
May 10, 2010 at 08:00 PM EDT

Image Credit: HBO; Autumn deWildeLet the bon temps in Bon Temps roulez again—the lineup for a second soundtrack to accompany HBO’s vampires-‘n-humans hit True Blood has been announced to coincide with the DVD release of the show’s second season on May 25.

Alongside exclusive new songs from Beck, the Band’s Robbie Robertson, and Lucinda Williams featuring Elvis Costello, look for classic tracks from Bob Dylan, 13th Floor Elevators, and Screamin’ Jay Hawkins.

Also new: two new Howlin’ Wolf covers—“Howlin’ For My Baby,” performed by singer-songwriter and Him to Zooey’s She, M. Ward, and “Evil (Is Going On),” via Jace Everett (he of the show’s “Bad Things” theme song) & Louisiana native CC Adcock (of Vol. 1‘s “Bleed to Feed”).

Find the full track listing after the jump:

1. “Howlin’ For My Baby” – M. Ward

2. “Evil (Is Going On)” – Jace Everett & CC Adcock

3. “Bad Blood” – Beck

4. “How To Become Clairvoyant” – Robbie Robertson

5. “Shake And Fingerpop” – Jr. Walker and The All Stars

6. “Frenzy” – Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

7. “Kiss Like Your Kiss” – Lucinda Williams w/Elvis Costello

8. “Gasoline And Matches” – Buddy & Julie Miller

9. “You Did (Bomp Shooby Dooby Bomp)” – Chuck Prophet

10. “You’re Gonna Miss Me” – The 13th Floor Elevators

11. “Fresh Blood” – Eels

12. “The Forgotten People (Bon Temps Remix)” – Thievery Corporation

13. “New World In My View” – King Britt & Sister Gertrude Morgan

14. “Beyond Here Lies Nothin’” – Bob Dylan

15. “Bad Things (Acoustic)” – Jace Everett **

16. “Ain’t No Invisible Man” – Jakob Dylan**

17. “You Can’t Drive Me Away” – Stone Temple Pilots

18. “Dig” – Headbone featuring Bubba Kendall

Better and bloodier than Vol. 1? Tell us what you think, below.

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