AvrilLavigne“Alice in Wonderland” claimed a $116.3 million opening weekend box office, topping 3-D fantasy, sci-fi flick “Avatar” in both IMAX ticket sales and overall weekend sales. Now can it do the same for music?

Tim Burton’s fanciful film is matching its release, with the debut of the movie’s hot soundtrack, aptly titled Almost Alice. It features 15 new songs.

Providing the music are Robert Smith of The Cure, Avril Lavigne, The All-American Rejects, Owl City, Franz Ferdinand, Wolfmother, Mark Hoppus and Pete Wentz.

Also available is Alice in Wonderland, the original soundtrack, by Burton’s longtime collaborator, composer Danny Elfman.

Pop-punk rules the album. Aside from the Hoppus-Wentz collaboration, All Time Low, 3OH!3 and Metro Station, also make bows. The soundtrack’s also sports tracks from Grace Potter and the Nocturnals.

Smith is solo on the album with a remake of “Very Good Advice.”

A video for the soundtrack’s first single, Lavigne’s “Alice (Underground)”, came out last month. Almost Alice hit stores on March 2nd.

Click on the button at left to buy the CD or digital downloads. Take advantage of Amazon.com’s special offer through TheImproper.

Meanwhile back at the box office, IMAX on Friday had the biggest day in their history with $4.3 million in ticket sales for Alice, according to DeadlineHollywood.

The IMAX weekend take of $11+M also is a record for the big screen company.

Almost Alice Tracklist:

01. Alice (Underground) – Avril Lavigne
02. The Poison – The All-American Rejects
03. The Technicolor Phase – Owl City
04. Her Name Is Alice – Shinedown
05. Painting Flowers – All Time Low
06. Where’s My Angel – Metro Station
07. Strange – Tokio Hotel and Kerli
08. Follow Me Down – 3OH!3 featuring Neon Hitch
09. Very Good Advice – Robert Smith
10. In Transit – Mark Hoppus with Pete Wentz
11. Welcome to Mystery – Plain White T’s
12. Tea Party – Kerli
13. The Lobster Quadrille – Franz Ferdinand
14. Running Out of Time – Motion City Soundtrack
15. Fell Down a Hole – Wolfmother
16. White Rabbit – Grace Potter and the Nocturnals