Beck's Sex Bob-Omb contributions to the "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" soundtrack were already in the public record, but the 22-track Deluxe Edition will go a step further to include even more Beck performances and an exclusive "Black Sheep" video by The Clash at Demonhead. It's like they're just slowly letting this collection of tracks swell until it reaches critical mass with the fabled two-disc version that director Edgar Wright hinted might be on the way.

For now, the Deluxe Edition is as big as it's going to get as an exclusive on iTunes. There, Beck added performances of "Summertime," "Garbage Truck" and "Threshold," though "Summertime" is the only one that you can buy and listen to immediately.Here's the full rundown of what's going to be on there:

"Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World" Deluxe Edition Soundtrack

01 SEX BOB-OMB (Beck): "We Are SEX BOB-OMB"

02 Plumtree: "Scott Pilgrim"

03 Frank Black: "I Heard Ramona Sing"

04 Beachwood Sparks: "By Your Side"

05 Black Lips: "O Katrina!"

06 Crash and the Boys (Broken Social Scene): "I'm So Sad, So Very, Very Sad"

07 Crash and the Boys (Broken Social Scene): "We Hate You Please Die"

08 SEX BOB-OMB (Beck): "Garbage Truck"

09 T. Rex: "Teenage Dream"

10 The Bluetones: "Sleazy Bed Track"

11 Blood Red Shoes: "It's Getting Boring by the Sea"

12 Metric: "Black Sheep"

13 SEX BOB-OMB (Beck): "Threshold"

14 Broken Social Scene: "Anthems for a Seventeen-Year-Old Girl"

15 The Rolling Stones: "Under My Thumb"

16 Beck: "Ramona (Acoustic)"

17 Beck: "Ramona"

18 SEX BOB-OMB (Beck): "Summertime"

19 Brian LeBarton: "Threshold 8 Bit"

20 Beck: "Garbage Truck" [Bonus Track]

21 Beck: "Threshold" [Bonus Track]

22 Beck: "Summertime" [Bonus Track]

23 Black Sheep (The Clash At Demonhead) [Bonus Video]

The atmospheric guitars accompanying Beck make his new track really kick. Unfortunately, one of the coolest Scott Pilgrim-inspired tracks, "Knives Chau Luvs LCD" by Blackball False, Truth! does not appear on the ever growing tracklist. Maybe by the time it reaches boxed set proportions that will change, though.

[Via Pitchfork]