(FROM REUTERS) – Juno star Ellen Page sings on a track appearing on the upcoming second volume of the movie's soundtrack, Juno B-Sides: Almost Adopted Songs. The Oscar-nominated actress sings ''Zub Zub,'' a song written by the movie's Oscar-winning screenwriter, Diablo Cody, for a scene that was cut from the final edit for time. Page's character laments her predicament with lines like ''he filled me with baby batter, then we ate some orange tic tacs after.'' Director Jason Reitman recalls shooting the scene: ''I just remember directing with my daughter strapped to my chest in a BabyBjorn [baby carrier] and the whole crew watching on as Ellen noodled around on guitar,'' he told Reuters.
The 15-track album will debut exclusively through iTunes on April 8 before releasing through all digital music retailers on May 13. There are no plans for a physical release. The Moldy Peaches' Kimya Dawson is back with two songs, including a cover of ''All I Want Is You,'' as are Barry Louis Polisar, Belle and Sebastian, and Buddy Holly. The record also contains songs by Yo La Tengo, Jr. James & The Late Guitar, the Bristols, Trio Los Panchos, and Astrud Gilberto. (Reuters)