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    We Need To Talk About How The "Suicide Squad" Album Is Actually Better Than The Movie

    ~Hot take alert~.

    Listen up, y'all. The Suicide Squad soundtrack is actually 100x better than the movie, and there's no disputing it.

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    Even Jared Leto would probably agree.

    For one, it is FILLED with bangers for every person, of every age, and every music taste.


    Don't believe me? It opens with a BANG on "Purple Lamborghini" by Skrillex and Rick Ross.

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    Try not jamming out.

    As if Twenty One Pilots' "Heathens" isn't catchy AF.

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    And Grace's sass levels on "You Don't Own Me" are next level.


    She takes the 1963 song by Lesley Gore, turns it into a modern-day hit, and absolutely does justice to it. Did I mention she's only 19?!

    But. BUT! Just when you think it can't get better, the impossible happens – a cover of "Bohemian Rhapsody" that DOESN'T ACTUALLY SUCK.

    And by Panic! At The Disco, mind you. I'm not crying, you are. Look, obviously nothing beats the original, but this cover is still a fucking banger.

    And the Steven Price original motion picture score? The stuff DREAMS ARE MADE OF.

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    "Harley and Joker" is creepily beautiful and the slow build-up in "The Squad" before it explodes will honestly just make you feel things.

    So do yourself a favour: Plug in those headphones, go to the gym, ignore your co-workers, walk around aimlessly, whatever...just listen to this goddamn soundtrack and go on a musical journey of epic proportions.

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    IDGAF if you don't see the movie, just listen to that sweet, sweet music.