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Ed Sheeran, Kodaline, & More Round Out The Complete The Fault In Our Stars Soundtrack! Musical Brazilliance!

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In just about two months, fans of John Green's beautiful young adult novel The Fault in Our Stars will finally get to see Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters come to life on the big screen—and we couldn't be more amped up excited about it!

While we were emotionally teased with a special clip at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards on Sunday, the complete tracklist for the film's soundtrack has arrived as well…

And it's tugging at out heartstrings harder than the exclusive award show moment!

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Birdy and Ray LaMontagne, alongside Ed Sheeran and Charli XCX are all bringing their emotional and fun writing to the table, which will pretty much add up to a flawless collection of music!

Ch-ch-check out the full soundtrack selection and imagine the music guiding the tragic but thrilling love story…AFTER THE JUMP!!!

Ed Sheeran — "All Of The Stars"
Jake Bugg — "Simple As This"
Grouplove — "Let Me In"
Birdy & Jaymes Young — "Best Shot"
Kodaline — "All I Want"
Tom Odell — "Long Way Down"
Charli XCX — "Boom Clap"
STRFKR — "While I'm Alive"
Indians — "Oblivion"
The Radio Dept. — "Strange Things Will Happen"
Afasi & Filthy — "Bomfallarella"
Ray LaMontagne — "Without Words"
Birdy — "Not About Angels"
» Lykke Li — "No One Ever Loved"
» M83 — "Wait"
Bonus track: Birdy — "Tee Shirt"

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2 comments to “Ed Sheeran, Kodaline, & More Round Out The Complete The Fault In Our Stars Soundtrack! Musical Brazilliance!”

  1. jamie says – reply to this


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    the soundtrack looks better than the movie does. i think john green was just happy to get an adaption and settled. why can't people stick with the book and get actors that look like the characters? or they make movies without trying to appeal to the tween audience, so they take out the good things that made the book good? like the swearing? not optimistic about this.

  2. Pockets! says – reply to this


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    White girls are probably creaming themselves so bad.