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Chutney Popcorn
Original Score
Composed and Produced by Karsh Kale
Engineered and Mixed by Mohammed Rashid
Pretty Song
Written by Heidi Phillips
Performed by Frogpond
Dupata Tera Satrang Da
Written by Ahuja
Performed by Charanjit Ahuja
Courtesy of M.C.I
Jupiter Light
Written by Andrew Chalfen
Performed by The Trolleyvox
Courtesy of Fireproof Recording
Teenage Angst At 27
Written by Tamala Poljak
Performed by Longstocking
Courtesy of Chainsaw Records
(I'm Not Your) Stepping Stone
Written by Tommy Boyce (as T. Boyce) and Bobby Hart (as B. Hart)
Performed by The Trolleyvox
Temporary Insurance
Written by Donna Dresch, Jody Bleyle, Marc Martinez
Performed by Team Dresch
Chai Pow's Revenge
Written by Karsh Kale
Performed by Karsh Kale
Texas
Written by Linda Hopper and Ruthie Morris
Performed by Magnapop
Courtesy of Play It Again Sam Records
Say Please
Written by Connie Lovatt and Fontaine Toups
Performed by Containe
Courtesy of Enchante Records
Slidey
Written by Spike Priggen and Adam Lasus
Performed by Patrick Prophette
Courtesy of Leaky Worth Productions
When You Were My Baby
Written by Stephin Merritt
Performed by The Magnetic Fields
Courtesy of Merge Records
Mourning Raag
Written by Karsh Kale
Performed by Karsh Kale
Hanuman's Leap
Written by Karsh Kale
Performed by Karsh Kale
Open The Door
Written by Linda Hopper and Ruthie Morris
Performed by Magnapop
Courtesy of Play It Again Sam Records
Love Turns To Love
Written by Gabriel Cohen
Performed by Valley Of Kings
Courtesy of Incas Records
Accelerator
Written by Scott Oliver
Performed by Scott Oliver
Blown Away
Written by Scott Oliver and Manny Diez
Performed by Super 5 Thor
Courtesy of Echostatic Records
Entire
Written by Rebecca Gates
Performed by The Spinanes
Courtesy of Sub Pop Records
Q is for Question
Written by Jen Wood
Performed by Jen Wood
Courtesy of W.I.N. Records
Slowly, Slowly
Written by Linda Hopper and Ruthie Morris
Performed by Magnapop
Courtesy of Play It Again Sam Records
Sparkler Queen
Written by Scott Oliver, Manny Diez, Jay Fung, and Ron Woods
Performed by The Miss Alans

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