Pink, Nas, David Bowie, and Nickelback have recorded new songs for the "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" soundtrack, due June 24 on Columbia Records/Sony Music Soundtrax. Pink's "Feel Good Time," feat

Pink, Nas, David Bowie, and Nickelback have recorded new songs for the "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" soundtrack, due June 24 on Columbia Records/Sony Music Soundtrax. Pink's "Feel Good Time," featuring William Orbit, is the first single and video from the soundtrack. Also new is "Nas' Angels...The Flyest" from Nas and featuring Neptunes producer/N*E*R*D member Pharrell Williams.

David Bowie re-recorded his 1974 song "Rebel Rebel" specifically for the soundtrack. The new version starts off with a slower arrangement than the original, accelerates into a driving mid-section, and then ends with the same slower, stripped-down arrangement.

The set is rounded out by previously released offerings from Bon Jovi, Electric Six, the Beach Boys, Loverboy, MC Hammer, Donna Summer, the late Andy Gibb, Edwyn Collins, and Natalie Cole.

The soundtrack precedes the June 27 theatrical release of "Full Throttle," with Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu reprising their roles from the 2000 film "Charlie's Angels." Pink has a cameo in "Full Throttle" during a motorcross scene.

The original movie spawned a hit soundtrack that reached No. 7 on The Billboard 200 and sold 1.75 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. Destiny's Child's contribution, "Independent Women Part I," hit No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100.

Here is the tracklist for "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle":

"Feel Good Time," Pink featuring William Orbit
"Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)," Nickelback featuring Kid Rock
"Rebel Rebel," David Bowie
"Danger! High Voltage," Electric Six
"Livin' on a Prayer," Bon Jovi
"Surfer Girl," the Beach Boys
"Working for the Weekend," Loverboy
"Girl Like You Album," Edwyn Collins
"Nas' Angels...The Flyest," Nas featuring Pharrell
"I Just Wanna Be Your Everything," Andy Gibb
"This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)," Natalie Cole
"U Can't Touch This," MC Hammer
"Last Dance," Donna Summer