The album is produced by Rob Mathes. The Broadway cast album also promises two versions of the song "What Say You, Meg?" One version is performed by cast member Aaron Lazar and a bonus track performed by Sting.
The track listing follows:
1. "Island Of Souls"
2. "All This Time"
3. "August Winds"
5. "If You Ever See Me Talking To A Sailor"
6. "Dead Man's Boots"
7. "The Last Ship (Part One)"
8. "The Last Ship (Part Two)"
9. "What Say You, Meg?"
10. "We've Got Now t Else"
11. "When We Dance"
12. "The Night The Pugilist Learned How To Dance"
13. "So To Speak"
14. "Show Some Respect"
15. "It's Not The Same Moon"
16. "Underground River"
17. "Ghost Story"
18. "The Last Ship (Finale)"
19. "What Say You, Meg? (performed by Sting)"
Directed by Tony winner Joe Mantello (Casa Valentina, Wicked), The Last Ship opened on Broadway Oct. 26 after previews that began Sept. 29. The musical arrived on Broadway following a Chicago world-premiere engagement earlier this summer.
Read the reviews for The Last Ship here. In an effort to boost low ticket sales, Sting stepped into the production Dec. 9, taking over one of the show's central roles. He will remain with the production through Jan. 24, 2015. The Grammy Award winner stepped into the role of foreman Jackie White, replacing original cast member Jimmy Nail, who has been with the production since it played a pre-Broadway Chicago world premiere last summer.
The new musical has a book by Tony winner John Logan (Red) and Pulitzer Prize winner Brian Yorkey (If/Then, Next to Normal). Choreography is by Olivier Award winner and Tony nominee Steven Hoggett (Rocky, Once).
The Last Ship ensemble includes Eric Anderson, Ethan Applegate, Craig Bennett, Dawn Cantwell, Jeremy Davis, Bradley Dean, Alyssa DiPalma, Colby Foytik, David Michael Garry, Timothy Gulan, Shawna M. Hamic, Rich Hebert, Leah Hocking, Todd A. Horman, Sarah Hunt, Jamie Jackson, Sean Jenness, Drew McVety, Johnny Newcomb, Matthew Stocke, Cullen R. Titmas and Jeremy Woodard.
The Last Ship, according to producers, "is set in the English seaside town of Wallsend, a close-knit community where life has always revolved around the local shipyard and the hardworking men construct magnificent vessels with tremendous pride. But Gideon Fletcher dreams of a different future. He sets out to travel the world, leaving his life and his love behind. When Gideon returns home many years later, he finds the shipyard's future in grave danger and his childhood sweetheart engaged to someone else. This love triangle ignites just as the men and women of Wallsend take their future into their own hands and build a towering representation of the shared dream that defines their existence. And in the end Gideon comes to understand that he had indeed left behind more than he could have ever imagined."
The production has set and costume design by Tony nominee David Zinn, lighting design by Tony winner Christopher Akerlind and sound design by Tony winner Brian Ronan. Musical direction, orchestrations and arrangements are by Rob Mathes. Casting is by Telsey + Company/Craig Burns, CSA.