american-hustleMadison Gate Records will release the official soundtrack album for David O. Russell’s comedy drama American Hustle. The album features the songs from the film by artists including Duke Ellington, Elton John, The Bee Gees, Donna Summer, Tom Jones, Jeff Lynne, Chris Stills, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, Mayssa Karaa, Wings and Jack Jones. Also included is a track from the film’s original score composed by Danny Elfman who previously scored the director’s Silver Linings Playbook. The soundtrack will be released on December 6, 2013 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. Check out audio clips after the jump. American Hustle starring Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams, Jeremy Renner and Jennifer Lawrence tells the the story of a brilliant con man who, along with his seductive British partner is forced to work for a wild FBI agent who pushes them into a world of Jersey powerbrokers. The movie will be released nationwide on December 13, 2013 by Sony Pictures. For updates on the feature, visit the official movie website.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Jeep’s Blues – Duke Ellington
2. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (Album Version) – Elton John
3. White Rabbit (Arabic Version) – Mayssa Karaa
4. 10538 Overture – Jeff Lynne
5. Live and Let Die – Wings
6. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart – The Bee Gees
7. I Feel Love – Donna Summer
8. Don’t Leave Me This Way – Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
9. Delilah – Tom Jones
10. I’ve Got Your Number – Jack Jones
11. Long Black Road – Jeff Lynne
12. A Horse with No Name (Album Version) – America
13. Stream of Stars – Jeff Lynne
14. Live to Live – Chris Stills
15. Irving Montage – Danny Elfman

  1. JediMaestro says:

    Danny Elfman’s OK and all but I think Hans Zimmer should score it. He’s the best and can pretty much make everything sound epic.

  2. Cabok says:

    Only 2 minutes of Danny’s score? Big dissapointment, and the sample sounds quite interesting. Hopefully there’s more score and we get the release like Silver linings Playbook. There must be 20 – 30 minutes of score in the film

  3. ed says:

    It’s a very mediocre and obvious line up for the soundtrack. I have no doubt that Mr. Elfman will have a seperate (digital only) release for his score. The cue sampled here is too weak to judge.