Modern rock heavy hitters Jimmy Eat World, Dashboard Confessional, and Hoobastank have contributed tracks to the "MTV Road Rules -- Don't Make Me Pull This Thing Over -- Vol. 1" soundtrack. Due Aug. 6

Modern rock heavy hitters Jimmy Eat World, Dashboard Confessional, and Hoobastank have contributed tracks to the "MTV Road Rules -- Don't Make Me Pull This Thing Over -- Vol. 1" soundtrack. Due Aug. 6 from Roadrunner, the 21-track set features previously unreleased songs from the Deftones, Unwritten Law, and the Juliana Theory. The latter's "Bring It Low" will appear on the group's upcoming Epic debut.

First single "Something More" by Sinch is at U.S. radio outlets now, and the group will appear on an upcoming episode of "Road Rules," which is now in its 11th season. Sinch's self-titled Roadrunner debut is due July 30.

Here is the tracklisting to "MTV Road Rules -- Don't Make Me Pull This Thing Over -- Vol. 1":

"Bleed American," Jimmy Eat World
"Understanding in a Car Crash," Thursday
"A Box Full of Sharp Objects," the Used
"The Nephilim," AFI
"The Fallacy of Retrospective Determinism," the Rise
"Take Me Away," Unwritten Law
"See You in the Shallows," Thrice
"The Boy's Republic," Deftones
"Something More," Sinch
"Jude Law and a Semester Abroad," Brandnew
"Saints and Sailors," Dashboard Confessional
"An Agreement Called Forever," 36 Crazyfists
"Engine," Haste
"Crawling in the Dark," Hoobastank
"Bring It Low," the Juliana Theory
"33," Coheed and Cambria
"Something I Call Personality," New Found Glory
"All Rise," Jersey
"You Know How I Do," Taking Back Sunday
"Walking on Glass," the Movielife
"Overdue," the Get Up Kids

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