Tokio Hotel, Avril Lavigne Confirmed For ‘Alice In Wonderland’ Soundtrack

Owl City, All-American Rejects, Mark Hoppus and Pete Wentz also contribute to Almost Alice.

Who ever knew Alice was so angsty? On Tuesday (January 12), after a month of solid speculation, the track list for the upcoming soundtrack to Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” was released, and boy, there’s a lot of pop/punk on there.

Avril Lavigne, All Time Low, Tokio Hotel and Pete Wentz and Mark Hoppus are just some of the acts confirmed to appear on the soundtrack, which is called Almost Alice and will hit stores March 2, according to MySpace Music.

Joining them will be the All-American Rejects, Motion City Soundtrack, the Cure’s Robert Smith and the Plain White T’s. Lavigne’s “Alice (Underground)” has been tapped as the first single and will go to radio in early February.

Over the past month, names of artists scheduled to appear on the album have been popping up. On Monday, we learned of Lavigne’s involvement . Last week, Pete Wentz spilled the beans about his and Hoppus’ contribution. And last month, All Time Low told MTV News they had recorded a song for the album, though, sadly, they did not get to meet Burton.

According to MySpace, Almost Alice features artists “re-imagining songs from the Disney classic” and, judging by some of the song titles (“White Rabbit,” “Tea Party,” “Fell Down a Hole”), well, they’re not lying. Burton’s take on “Alice” is scheduled to hit theaters March 5, just three days after the soundtrack is released.

The track list for Almost Alice, according to MySpace Music:

» Avril Lavigne – “Alice (Underground)”
» The All-American Rejects – “The Poison”
» Owl City – “The Technicolor Phase”
» Shinedown – “Her Name Is Alice”
» All Time Low – “Painting Flowers”
» Metro Station – “Where’s My Angel”
» Tokio Hotel and Kerli – “Strange”
» 3OH!3 featuring Neon Hitch – “Follow Me Down”
» Robert Smith – “Very Good Advice”
» Mark Hoppus with Pete Wentz – “In Transit”
» Plain White T’s – “Welcome to Mystery”
» Kerli – “Tea Party”
» Franz Ferdinand – “The Lobster Quadrille”
» Motion City Soundtrack – “Running Out of Time”
» Wolfmother – “Fell Down a Hole”
» Grace Potter and the Nocturnals – “White Rabbit”

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