'Spider-Man 3' Soundtrack Features Killers, Snow Patrol

Flaming Lips, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Wolfmother also on soundtrack album, due May 1.

If Peter Parker is going to confront his demons — and the man who killed his beloved uncle — he's gonna need a soaring, weepy ballad playing in the background, right? Well, Snow Patrol have served up a big, fat one for the "Spider-Man 3" soundtrack in "Signal Fire." The swelling ballad is the lead tune on a soundtrack that features new songs from the Killers, Wolfmother, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the Walkmen, Flaming Lips and a track from former Phantom Planet drummer Jason Schwartzman's new musical alter ego, Coconut Records.

The soundtrack is due May 1 — three days before the film hits U.S. theaters — according to the Web site of Record Collection, the label releasing the album. The disc has a less emo/ hard rock feel than the last installment's soundtrack, which featured a big ballad from Dashboard Confessional and tunes from Train, Taking Back Sunday, Hoobastank, Lostprophets and Smile Empty Soul.

Instead, the more indie-leaning "3" collection serves up bands including Rogue Wave, moody Irish duo Wasted Youth Orchestra, Black Mountain, the Oohlas and little-known Austin, Texas, rockers Sounds Under Radio.

At the very least, you have to love the always-out-there Lips' contribution, "Spider-Man vs. Muhammad Ali," a seeming homage to the classic 1978 head-scratching DC Comics title that pitted Superman against the Greatest of All Time.

The track list for the "Spider-Man 3" soundtrack, according to the Record Collection site:

· Snow Patrol - "Signal Fire"

· The Killers - "Move Away"

· Yeah Yeah Yeahs - "Sealings"

· Wolfmother - "Pleased to Meet You"

· The Walkmen - "Red River"

· Black Mountain - "Stay Free"

· The Flaming Lips - "Spider-Man vs. Muhammad Ali"

· Simon Dawes - "Scared of Myself"

· Chubby Checker - "The Twist"

· Rogue Wave - "Sight Lines"

· Coconut Records - "Summer Day"

· Jet - "Falling Star"

· Sounds Under Radio - "Portrait of a Summer Thief"

· Wasted Youth Orchestra - "A Letter to St. Jude"

· The Oohlas - "Small Parts"

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