The original motion picture soundtrack to Rob Marshall’s film adaptation of the musical Nine is now available to be purchased and downloaded online. The actual CD will be released in stores on December 22. The 16-track recording features several songs from the original Broadway score, including “Guido’s Song” (sung by Daniel Day-Lewis), “A Call From the Vatican” (Penelope Cruz), “Be Italian” (Fergie), “My Husband Makes Movies” (Marion Cotillard), “Cinema Italiano” (Kate Hudson), and “Unusual Way” (Nicole Kidman). There are also a couple new songs that composer/lyricist Maury Yeston wrote specifically for the movie, as well as four bonus tracks. The film Nine, starring Daniel Day-Lewis as a troubled Italian movie director, opens nationwide on December 25.
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