I haven't seen the movie yet, but despite that, I love this soundtrack. It's such an interesting combination of modern sound and 1920's sound. Plus it's entertaining to hear references to 1920's history, especially prohibition in the lyrics to some songs (several references in "100$ Bill" and the line "Speak easy" in "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)". My favorite songs are "Back to Black", "Where The Wind Blows", "Young and Beautiful", and "A Little Party Never Killed Nobody". My only complaint with this album is that most of the songs on the soundtrack on iTunes are marked as "Album Only", which means that if your tweens only want the edited version of "100$ Bill", they're forced to buy the whole album. The album is mostly clean despite some innuendo and heavy themes in lyrics. If you're a sensitive parent and your tween wants this album I'd skip the songs "100$ Bill", "Back To Black", and "Kill and Run".