Beyonce Knowles performs on stage for the 56th Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, January 26, 20

The best part of Fifty Shades of Grey being adapted as a film is, of course, the introduction of new(ish) Beyoncé music into the world. It was all the way back in July when we learned Bey's 2003 debut solo single "Crazy in Love" would be get a dreamy, horn-free, maybe-even-saucier rework to go along with the film's promo campaign. Now, eight days before Fifty Shades premieres out, the whole track has leaked, and it doesn't disappoint.

Listen to the crazy "Crazy in Love" remix here:

That's not all, though. "Haunted"—the BDSM-flavored track from 2013's Beyoncé—also got a Fifty Shades of Grey remix. The first minute is a ponderous piano intro with Yoncé's hook floating wispily around; from there it turns into a slightly thumpier version of the already-thumpy original.

Get haunted by the new "Haunted" here:

Songs from the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack have been dropping left and right lately. Earlier today, the Weeknd's "Where You Belong" showed up, preceded by Ellie Goulding's "Love Me Like You Do" (with music video!), Sia's "Salted Wound," Skylar Grey's "I Know You," and another Weeknd joint, "Earned It." Soon we'll get to see how they all fit into the movie itself.