"American Hustle" OST Double Vinyl Has Great Playlist

No doubt it was digitally sourced and resolution unknown but sometimes tunes trump source format. The 2 LP American Hustle-Original Motion Picture Soundtrack album from Madison Gate Records and Legacy Recordings (the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment) includes six songs not included on the CD version (there's a switch).

Here's the track listing for the double colored 150g vinyl available at indie retailers as part of the "Black Friday" Record Store Day event (asterisks denote tracks not on CD:

Side One

1. Jeep’s Blues | Duke Ellington
2. Dirty Work | Steely Dan *
3. A Horse With No Name | America
4. 10538 Overture | Electric Light Orchestra
5. I’ve Got Your Number | Jack Jones

Side Two

1. White Rabbit | Mayssa Karaa
2. I Feel Love | Donna Summer
3. Don’t Leave Me This Way | Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes
4. Delilah | Tom Jones

Side Three

1. Live And Let Die | Wings
2. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart | Bee Gees
3. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road | Elton John
4. Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone | The Temptations*

Side Four

1. I Saw The Light | Todd Rundgren *
2. Long Black Road | Electric Light Orchestra
3. The Jean Genie | David Bowie *
4. Stream Of Stars | Jeff Lynne
5. The Coffee Song (They’ve Got An Awful Lot Of Coffee In Brazil) | Frank Sinatra *

Among the songs are one unreleased Jeff Lynne tune and one rear track from ELO previously only available on the Japanese release of Zoom, the group's final record.

From the e-press release: "Director David O. Russell meticulously supervised the creation of this exclusive vinyl edition of the soundtrack, supplying hand-written excerpts from the scrip, unique imagery from the film and artwork to enhance the look and feel of the album’s gatefold and sleeve."

Superfuzz's picture

Great movie.

AnalogJ's picture

Really fun movie to watch. I also worked on it when it was shooting up in Salem, MA.

Goochified1's picture

They used ELO's "10538 Overture" in the movie AND it was a main feature of the TV commercials, but it's not on here? Weird.

torturegarden's picture

It's on side 1, track 4 as listed above.

mgoddard's picture

Just got it, digital version, though. No more analog playback infrastructure in my house. I'd read something you posted on Twitter, about HP, then read the full article you had on HP here on your site. Thanks for the insight into HP, who at one point had a great influence on me (back in the Muse Electronics and Rush Sound days).

I look forward to diving in here on Analogplanet.com. Thanks again for both the HP article and the pointer to the American Hustle soundtrack.