After seeing Juno, the first thing my friend and I did was speedwalk back to my neighborhood so that I could scour my local open-late music store for the soundtrack. (Even after Diablo made me feel really frakking old by referring to "Superstar" as dated.) It was the first time in eons that I really wanted a soundtrack (I used to be addicted to them), and annoyingly, it wasn't out yet. After a bit, the disc was finally released, and now, quickly on the heels of soundtrack #1, Ace Showbiz reports that we're about get more great Juno tunes in Juno: B-Sides Almost Adopted.

Sure, there might not be a technical B-side, but it still works. In the liner notes, Reitman wrote: "None of these songs made the movie, but they are all essential members of the Junoverse." There's more Kimya Dawson, some Yo La Tengo and Buddy Holly, and even a new Diablo Cody-penned tune. The song is called "Zub Zub," and was performed by Page in a cut scene, one that I imagine will pop up in the DVD. Just as a teaser, it contains the lyrics: "He filled me with baby batter/then we ate some orange tic tacs after." Oh, how I love catchy tunes with strange lyrics.

The collection will be available on iTunes next week, April 8, but so far, there are no plans for a disc.