As Pitchfork News reported this morning, the the Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World soundtrack sports four Beck-composed songs that will be attributed to the title character’s fictional band, Sex Bob-Omb. Beck played the music, and cast members (including Michael Cera) contributed vocals. The members of Broken Social Scene also fill in as the group Crash and the Boys, a rival group to Cera’s.

The soundtrack drops August 10, three days before the film. The complete track listing is below.

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World


01. SEX BOB-OMB (Beck): “We Are SEX BOB-OMB”

02. Plumtree: “Scott Pilgrim”

03. Frank Black: “I Heard Ramona Sing”

04. Beachwood Sparks: “By Your Side”

05. Black Lips: “O Katrina!”

06. Crash and the Boys (Broken Social Scene): “I’m So Sad, So Very, Very Sad”

07. Crash and the Boys (Broken Social Scene): “We Hate You Please Die”

08. SEX BOB-OMB (Beck): “Garbage Truck”

09. T. Rex: “Teenage Dream”

10. The Bluetones: “Sleazy Bed Track”

11. Blood Red Shoes: “It’s Getting Boring by the Sea”

12. Metric: “Black Sheep”

13. SEX BOB-OMB (Beck): “Threshold”

14. Broken Social Scene: “Anthems for a Seventeen-Year-Old Girl”

15. The Rolling Stones: “Under My Thumb”

16. Beck: “Ramona (Acoustic)”

17. Beck: “Ramona”

18. SEX BOB-OMB (Beck): “Summertime”

19. Brian LeBarton: “Threshold 8 Bit”

How about you Music Mix-ers? Which band from the film are you more excited to see? Do you like fake music? What’s your favorite fictional band?