Madonna, Lenny Kravitz, Green Day, R.E.M. and the always-groovy Burt Bacharach are among the snoggable musicians featured on the soundtrack to "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me," which opens in theatres on June 11.Madonna's single "Beautiful Stranger" (produced by William Orbit) was written just for the Mike Myers flick, which also stars Heather Graham and Seth Green. Meanwhile, Green Day will take the instrumental route, offering a tune called "Espionage" that first appeared as a B-side on the "Hitchin' A Ride" single. Not too surprisingly, the soundtrack packs a decidedly retro feel with R.E.M. revisiting Tommy James' "Draggin' The Line," Lenny Kravitz covering the Guess Who's "American Woman," and Scary Spice Mel G. singing the old Cameo hit "Word Up" with Timbaland producing. Burt Bacharach will return as well, this time joined by Elvis Costello, for a rendition of "I'll Never Fall In Love Again." Not to be excluded, Dr. Evil himself (a.k.a. Myers) will chime in from
his new abode high atop Seattle's Space Needle to offer his rendition of Bill Withers' "Just The Two Of Us."The "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me" soundtrack will hit stores on June 1.