The soundtrack for the Weird Al biopic features new music by everyone's favorite accordion-playing comedic musician.
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The album, which serves as the soundtrack for the movie released Friday about his life, has 46 tracks "including a bunch of early Weird Al songs I re-recorded specially for the movie, my brand-new closing credits song 'Now You Know,' and the entire orchestral score" from the movie, Yankovic tweeted.