Fall down the rabbit hole with this “Alice in Wonderland” soundtrack 2010 song list. Tim Burton’s take on “Alice in Wonderland” was a big hit at the box office and the movie spawned an amazing sound track and many other original songs. A sixteen track CD titled “Almost Alice” was released with some new sounds from Wonderland.
“Alice (Underground)” by Avril Lavigne.
This is the track playing during the credits of the movie. It’s probably the most known song of the movie. This song also helps to give the movie the modern feel that Burton was going for.
“Her Name is Alice” by Shinedown.
This song is haunting. Burton’s film has a very creepy feel to it and this song captures that aspect of the film. It’s also a nice rock track.
“Painting Flowers” by All Time Low.
This is a great alternative song from the soundtrack The song references the popular scene in the story where Alice suggest that the Queen’s men paint the white roses red.
“Fell Down a Hole” by Wolfmother.
This is a blues rock track. It has a great classic feel to it. The song references Alice's trip down the rabbit whole into Wonderland.
“The Poison” by All-American Rejects.
This song sounds a lot like it is from the Mad Hatter and he's saying his goodbyes to Alice. This song slows things down a bit but the tempo picks up about halfway through the song. The way the song switches tempo really shows how the Hatter has mood swings through out the movie.
“White Rabbit” by Grace Potter and The Nocturnals.
This is a cover of the 1967 acid rock song by Jefferson Airplane. This is a classic song that was inspired by the story of “Alice in Wonderland”. Although many might say it’s not as good as the original, it is still a great cover and a great track on the album.
“Where’s My Angel” by Metro Station.
This is a very catchy song. It also has a bit of a techno feel to it. This is another track that you could read as about the Hatter and Alice's relationship. The band broke up recently, which disappointed many fans.
“Welcome to Mystery” by Plain White T’s.
This song really takes off in the chorus. It’s a very whimsical kind of rock song. It also has kind of a strange carnival feel to it, which goes great with Burton's vision of Wonderland.
“The Technicolor Phase” by Owl City.
This song was previously released on the bands album “Maybe I’m Dreaming” (2008). It’s a very bubbly and uplifting track. This track shows off the sweeter side of Wonderland.
“Follow Me Down” by 3OH!3 and featuring Neon Hitch.
This is a hip hop track with a dance club feel to it. It has a great beat and catchy lyrics. Like many of the other songs this track tries to capture the feel of Wonderland through music.