Last month Jason Reitman (he recently directed a little indie flick called "Juno," you might have heard of it) sat down with KCRW's Jason Bentley to discuss how the "creative process is influenced by music" (cue chinstoke) Mid-way through the interview Bentley mentioned "Juno" and how its soundtrack has become a hit unto itself. Reitman commented on this by saying that the music of "Juno" was not originally meant to be from the now incredibly popular The Moldy Peaches but from the indie group Yo La Tengo.
We guess that's a Hoboken-like, "Thanks for nothing Ellen Page."
Reitman did right this wrong a bit with Juno B-Sides: Almost Adopted Songs, which featured YLT's "You Can Have It All," but, umm, we don't recall them being on Babba Wabba and or "The View" (you know how badly Ira wanted that?)
Download: Yo La Tengo - "You Can Have It All"