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New Mean Girls movie soundtrack released – stream and download

Reneé Rapp covers the Mean Girls soundtrack album

The soundtrack from the new Mean Girls movie has dropped.

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The new film is an adaptation of the original 2004 film and its subsequent Broadway musical. You can take stream and download the album online now here.

The movie is released today (12 January) in the US while those in the UK will have to wait a week, with previews from next Wednesday (17 January).

Mean Girls (Music From The Motion Picture), features 13 tracks and spans a total of 34 minutes, featuring both new songs written for the movie and those from the stage musical. As previously revealed, the song list has seen many songs from the Broadway show cut.

READ MORE: First reviews of the new Mean Girls movie.

Those on the cast are Reneé Rapp as Regina, having previously played the role on Broadway, with Angourie Rice as Cady, Auli’i Cravalho as Janis, Jaquel Spivey as Damian, Avantika as Karen, Bebe Wood as Gretchen and Christopher Briney as Aaron.

Tracklist:

  1. A Cautionary Tale – Auli’i Cravalho & Jaquel Spivey (01:09)
  2. What Ifs – Angourie Rice (01:58)
  3. Meet the Plastics – Reneé Rapp (01:29)
  4. Stupid With Love – Angourie Rice & Cast of Mean Girls (02:07)
  5. Apex Predator – Auli’i Cravalho & Jaquel Spivey (03:08)
  6. What’s Wrong With Me? – Bebe Wood (01:40)
  7. Sexy – Avantika (03:04)
  8. Someone Gets Hurt – Reneé Rapp (03:03)
  9. Revenge Party – Auli’i Cravalho, Jaquel Spivey, Angourie Rice, Tim Meadows & Cast of Mean Girls (04:45)
  10. World Burn – Reneé Rapp & Cast of Mean Girls (03:36)
  11. I’d Rather Be Me – Auli’i Cravalho & Cast of Mean Girls (02:57)
  12. I See Stars – Angourie Rice & Cast of Mean Girls (02:40)
  13. Not My Fault – Reneé Rapp & Megan Thee Stallion (02:51)

Meanwhile the original Mean Girls stage show comes to the West End from June.

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About the author: Josh Darvill

Josh is Stageberry's editor with over five years of experience writing about theatre in the West End and across the UK. Prior to following his passion for musicals, he worked for more than a decade as a TV journalist.