Apple iTunes users can access the songs "We Can Do It" and "There's Nothing Like a Show on Broadway" via the "Music Store" option on their players or through the website at www.apple.com/itunes.
"The Producers" soundtrack, which hits stores Nov. 22, will be on the Sony Classical label. The original motion picture soundtrack will include most of the original Broadway score, plus "There's Nothing Like a Show on Broadway" — the Academy Award-eligible new song performed (at the film's end) by co-stars Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick — as well a Will Ferrell-sung German ballad "The Hop-Clop Goes On" (which runs over the credits). The Broadway show's curtain song "Goodbye!" and "The King of Broadway" (which does not appear in the film) are bonus tracks.
The complete track listing for "The Producers" soundtrack follows:
"We Can Do It"
"I Wanna Be a Producer"
"Der Guten Tag Hop-Clop"
"Keep It Gay"
"When You Got It, Flaunt It"
"Along Came Bialy"
"Haben Sie Gehört Das Deutsche Band?"
"You Never Say Good Luck On Opening Night"
"Springtime for Hitler — Part I"
"Springtime for Hitler — Part II"
"You'll Find Happiness in Rio" (Full Version)
"Prisoners of Love" (Broadway)
"Prisoners of Love" (Leo and Max)
"There's Nothing Like a Show on Broadway"
"The Hop-Clop Goes On"
"The King of Broadway" (Bonus track)
Listen to clips from the album at http://theproducers.sonyclassical.com/.
"The Producers," based on the Tony-winning musical of the same name, stars Nathan Lane as Max Bialystock, Matthew Broderick as Leo Bloom, Gary Beach as Roger De Bris, Roger Bart as Carmen Ghia, Uma Thurman as Ulla and Will Ferrell as Franz Liebkind. The Universal Pictures/Columbia Pictures film — directed by Tony Award winner Susan Stroman — will open in movie theatres nationwide on Dec. 25. (Select cities will see the film open a few days earlier on Dec. 16.) The original 1968 "The Producers" film about a conniving producer starred Zero Mostel as producer Bialystock and Gene Wilder as Bloom. Others in the cast included Kenneth Mars as Franz Liebkind, Renée Taylor as Eva Braun, Christopher Hewett as Roger De Bris, Lee Meredith as Ulla and Andréas Voutsinas as Carmen Giya. Mel Brooks won an Academy Award for Best Screenplay for "The Producers," and Gene Wilder was nominated for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
The Producers, winner of 12 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, continues to play at Broadway's St. James Theatre.