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The Producers (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Download links and information about The Producers (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Mel Brooks. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:07:04 minutes.

Artist: Mel Brooks
Release date: 2005
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:07:04
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Overture (featuring The Orchestra) 0:43
2. Opening Night (featuring The Ensemble, The Orchestra, Bryn Dowling, Meg Gillentine) 1:46
3. We Can Do It (featuring Nathan Lane, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick) 3:57
4. I Wanna Be a Producer (featuring The Ensemble, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick) 6:14
5. Der Guten Tag Hop-Clop (featuring Nathan Lane, Will Ferrell, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick) 1:57
6. Keep It Gay (featuring Nathan Lane, Roger Bart, The Ensemble, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick, Gary Beach) 5:51
7. When You Got It, Flaunt It (featuring Uma Thurman, The Orchestra) 3:09
8. Along Came Bialy (featuring The Choir, Nathan Lane, The Orchestra) 3:51
9. That Face (featuring Uma Thurman, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick) 4:15
10. Haben Sie gehört das Deutsche band? (featuring Will Ferrell, The Orchestra) 1:19
11. You Never Say Good Luck On Opening Night (featuring Nathan Lane, Roger Bart, Will Ferrell, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick, Gary Beach) 1:34
12. Springtime for Hitler, Pt. I (featuring Uma Thurman, John Barrowman, The Ensemble, The Orchestra) 3:40
13. Heil Myself (featuring The Ensemble, The Orchestra, Gary Beach) 0:52
14. Springtime for Hitler, Pt. II (featuring The Ensemble, The Orchestra, Gary Beach) 3:00
15. You'll Find Your Happiness In Rio (Full Version) (featuring The Ensemble, The Orchestra) 1:10
16. Betrayed (featuring Nathan Lane, The Orchestra) 4:26
17. 'Til Him (featuring Nathan Lane, The Ensemble, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick) 3:10
18. Prisoners of Love (Broadway) (featuring Uma Thurman, Nathan Lane, The Ensemble, Will Ferrell, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick, Gary Beach) 2:16
19. Prisoners of Love (Leo and Max) (featuring Nathan Lane, The Ensemble, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick) 1:26
20. There's Nothing Like a Show on Broadway (featuring Nathan Lane, The Ensemble, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick) 3:41
21. The Hop-Clop Goes On (featuring Will Ferrell, The Orchestra) 3:34
22. Goodbye! (featuring Uma Thurman, Nathan Lane, Roger Bart, The Ensemble, Will Ferrell, The Orchestra, Matthew Broderick, Gary Beach) 0:35
23. The King of Broadway (Bonus Track) (featuring Nathan Lane, The Ensemble, The Orchestra) 4:38

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Unlike most soundtrack albums, the one for The Producers does not restrict itself to containing just the score of the film; in fact, it is dominated by dialogue excerpts that add up to an audio version of the movie in miniature. Writer/director Mel Brooks' comedy about two producers who scheme to make a bundle by over-capitalizing a flop Broadway show stars Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder, who also turn up on most of the tracks here, conceiving the idea; executing it by finding a terrible script, a terrible director, and a terrible cast; and suffering the consequences of its surprise success. The film itself is a semi-musical, with Dick Shawn swanning through a folk-rock protest song parody, "Love Power" (written by Norman Blagman and Herb Hartig), and two purported show excerpts, "Springtime for Hitler" and "Prisoners of Love" (both composed by Brooks). And there is a score, composed by John Morris, which peeks in here and there, displaying a '60s pop sensibility. But this soundtrack is mostly about the comic interaction between Mostel and Wilder, much of which is hilarious. Initially released on LP by RCA Victor Records in 1968, The Producers was reissued on CD as part of the Razor & Tie Showbiz Series in 1997. (In 2001, 33 years after the film's premiere, a stage musical adaptation of The Producers opened on Broadway, for which Brooks wrote a full-length song score that incorporated "Springtime for Hitler" and "Prisoners of Love" with much new material.)