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Joan Jett, Dakota Fanning, Kristen Stewart

Courtesy of Splash News/Harry O's

We all know that Robert Pattinson can sing. But how are the pipes of his rumored ladylove? We're about to find out!

Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning have taken time out from hiding at airports, being endearingly awkward at awards shows and doing…whatever it is that Dakota Fanning does in her spare time (playing pretty princess?) to lend their vocal stylings to The Runaways soundtrack.

The New Moon cohorts are jointly contributing a total of four tracks to the album, but only one of them seems to have been confident enough to go solo.

It's Fanning, in the guise of Runaways lead vocalist Cherie Currie, who takes a solo turn on two tracks—"Cherry Bomb" and "California Paradise"—while the Joan Jett-channeling Stewart's contribution comes in duet form only. She joins Fanning on "Queens of Noise" and "Dead End Justice."

While the album marks Fanning's crooning debut, Stewart is no stranger to carrying a tune in public, having shown off her pipes (and guitar skills) ever so briefly in Into the Wild.

But if K. Stew on an album cover can move millions, just think how many copies K. Stew doing covers on an album can sell. The soundtrack, currently available for preorder, is due out March 23. Here's the complete track listing:

1. "Roxy Roller," Nick Gilder
2. "The Wild One," Suzi Quatro
3. "It's A Man's Man's Man's World," MC5
4. "Rebel Rebel," David Bowie
5. "Cherry Bomb," Dakota Fanning
6. "Hollywood," The Runaways
7. "California Paradise," Dakota Fanning
8. "You Drive Me Wild," The Runaways
9. "Queens of Noise," Dakota Fanning & Kristen Stewart
10. "Dead End Justice," Kristen Stewart & Dakota Fanning
11. "I Wanna Be Your Dog," The Stooges
12. "I Wanna Be Where the Boys Are (Live)," The Runaways
13. "Pretty Vacant," Sex Pistols
14. "Don't Abuse Me," Joan Jett

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Can't wait for the soundtrack? We've got the next best thing—take a look at The Runaways' trailer right now!