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Academy Award Best Original Song Shortlist: Ellie Goulding, the Weeknd, Eminem, and More

Sam Smith, Rihanna, Leon Bridges, and the Chipmunks and Chipettes are also eligible

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the group behind the Oscars, have revealed the 74 songs that are eligible to be nominated for Best Original Song at next year’s Academy Awards. The list includes three tracks from Fifty Shades of Grey — the Weeknd’s “Earned It,” Ellie Goulding’s “Love Me Like You Do,” and Sia’s “Salted Wound.” Sam Smith’s Spectre theme “Writing’s on the Wall,” the follow-up to Adele’s award winning Bond theme two years ago, is also eligible for the prize. A few of Rihanna’s songs from the film Home are also among the 74, as is Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth’s Furious 7 cut, “See You Again.” Leon Bridges is also up for a nomination, with his song “So Long,” from the upcoming Will Smith film ConcussionEminem’s “Phenomenal,” from the boxing movie Southpaw, is also eligible.

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Miley Cyrus makes the shortlist for her track “Hands Of Love” from Freeheld, as does British pop star Charli XCX for “Red Balloon,” also from Home. The Chipmunks and Chipettes, from the seminal motion picture Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip, may also be honored with a nomination for the top prize in film.

Brian Wilson’s contribution to the biopic Love & Mercy“One Kind of Love,” is the only track that was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Original Song that is not eligible for the Oscar.

According to Entertainment Weekly, academy members will watch clips of every eligible song before voting, and the five tracks with the most votes will be the nominees. However, only two songs from any given film can be nominated. Check out the full list below.

Songs that are eligible for Best Original Song at the 2016 Academy Awards:
Erin Sax, “Happy” (from Altered Minds)
The Chipmunks & The Chipettes, “Home” (from Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip)
Carter Burwell, “None Of Them Are You” (from Anomalisa)
Sons of the Sea, “Stem To The Rose” (from Becoming Bulletproof)
Josh Groban, “The Mystery Of Your Gift” (from Boychoir)
Jennifer Hudson, “I Run” (from Chi-Raq)
R. Kelly feat. Tink, “Pray 4 My City” (from Chi-Raq)
Mali Music, “Sit Down For This” (from Chi-Raq)
Sonna Rele, “Strong” (from Cinderella)
Leon Bridges, “So Long” (from Concussion)
Meek Mill, Jhene Aiko, and Ludwig Goransson, “Fighting Stronger” (from Creed)
Tessa Thompson, “Grip” (from Creed)
Donald Glover, Jhené Aiko, Vince Staples, and Ludwig Göransson, “Waiting For My Moment” (from Creed)
Al Pacino, “Don’t Look Down” (from Danny Collins)
Al Pacino, “Hey Baby Doll” (from Danny Collins)
Nate Heller feat. Amber Coffman,”Dreamsong” (from The Diary of a Teenage Girl)
Awreeoh, “It’s My Turn Now” (from Dope)
Rahat Fateh Ali Khan, “Ya Rahem, Maula Maula” (from Dukhtar)
The Weeknd, “Earned It” (from Fifty Shades of Grey)
Ellie Goulding, “Love Me Like You Do” (from Fifty Shades of Grey)
Sia, “Salted Wound” (from Fifty Shades of Grey)
Miley Cyrus, “Hands Of Love” (from Freeheld)
Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth, “See You Again” (from Furious 7)
RØSE and Jake Goldman, “Brother” (from Godspeed: The Story of Page Jones)
Rihanna, “As Real As You And Me” (from Home)
Rihanna, “Dancing In The Dark” (from Home)
Jennifer Lopez, “Feel The Light” (from Home)
Charli XCX, “Red Balloon” (from Home)
Miranda Lambert, “Two Of A Crime” (from Hot Pursuit)
Lady Gaga, “Til It Happens To You” (from The Hunting Ground)
Keegan DeWitt, “I’ll See You In My Dreams” (from I’ll See You in My Dreams)
Eva Dahlgrens, “The Movie About Us” (from Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words)
Ouseppachan, “Bhoomiyilenghanumundo” (from Jalam)
Shaktisree, “Koodu Vaykkan” (from Jalam)
Ouseppachan, “Pakalppaathi Chaari” (from Jalam)
Shakthisree Gopalan, “Yaathra Manoradhamerum” (from Jalam)
Kristina Train, “Lost In Love” (from Jenny’s Wedding)
Kristina Train, “True Love Avenue” (from Jenny’s Wedding)
Damien Rice, “Hypnosis” (from Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet)
Juanes, “Juntos (Together)” (from McFarland, USA)
Andra Day, “The Light That Never Fails” (from Meru)
Paloma Faith, “The Crazy Ones” (from Miss You Already)
Tyson Ritter, “There’s A Place” (from Miss You Already)
Miles Kane, “Johanna” (from Mortdecai)
Lily Allen, “Little Soldier” (from Pan)
Lily Allen, “Something’s Not Right” (from Pan)
Javier del Santo, “Paranoid Girl” (from Paranoid Girls)
Meghan Trainor, “Better When I’m Dancin'” (from The Peanuts Movie)
Anthony Fedorov, “Pink & Blue” from (Pink & Blue: Colors of Hereditary Cancer)
Jessie J, “Flashlight” (from Pitch Perfect 2)
Mark Orton, “Birds Of A Feather” (from Poached)
Dig the Kid, “Still Breathing” (from Point Break)
J. Ralph and Antony, “Manta Ray” (from Racing Extinction)
Meryl Streep, “Cold One” (from Ricki and the Flash)
Isa Machine & LP, “Torch” (from Rock the Kasbah)
Mates of State, “Someone Like You” (from The Rumperbutts)
Various Artists*, “Aankhon Me Samaye Dil” (from Salt Bridge)
Various Artists*, “Bachpana Thaa” (from Salt Bridge)
Various Artists*, “Kanpne Lage Tum” (from Salt Bridge)
Various Artists*, “Kyaa Bataaun Tujhe” (from Salt Bridge)
Various Artists*, “Le Jaaye Jo Door Tumse” (from Salt Bridge)
Various Artists*, “Na Jaane Kitni Door” (from Salt Bridge)
Various Artists,* “Sookha Hi Rang Daalo” (from Salt Bridge)
Tim Wheeler, “Feels Like Summer” (from Shaun the Sheep Movie)
Eminem, “Phenomenal” (from Southpaw)
Sam Smith, “Writing’s On The Wall” (from Spectre)
N.E.R.D., “Squeeze Me” (from The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge out of Water)
Tom Kenny and Doug Lawrence, “Teamwork” (from The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge out of Water)
Ivy Levan, “Who Can You Trust” (from Spy)
Get Fr3e, “Came To Win” (from Sweet Micky for President)
Amanda Seyfried, “Mean Ol’ Moon” (from Ted 2)
Kris Fogelmark, “Love Was My Alibi” (from The Water Diviner)
Priscilla Ahn, “Fine On The Outside” (from When Marnie Was There)
David Lang, “Simple Song #3″ (from Youth)

*SPIN has reached out to the makers of Salt Bridge asking them to identify the artists behind each song on the soundtrack, as the information is not publicly available.