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Track Listing:

1
In The Heights
 
2
Breathe
 
3
Benny's Dispatch
 
4
It Won't Be Long No
 
5
Inutil
 
6
No Me Diga
 
7
96,000
 
8
Paciencia Y Fe
 
9
When You're Home
 
10
Piragua
 
11
The Club Company
 
12
Blackout Company
 
13
Sunrise
 
14
Hundreds of Stories
 
15
Enough
 
16
Carnaval Del Barrio
 
17
Atencion
 
18
Alabanza
 
19
Everything I Know
 
20
Piragua
 
21
Champagne
 
22
When The Sun Goes Down
 
23
Finale
 

Cast Albums :

In The Heights


Latin/Salsa/Hip-Hop-Infused
In The Heights
Original Cast Recording

NY TIMES: "A Tuneful Score Enlivened by the Dancing Rhythms of Salsa and Latin Pop –"A Sense of Excitement Almost Never Heard Emanating from a Broadway Pit"A Singular New Sensation. When the Musical Erupts in Collective Joy, the Energy it Gives Off Could Light Up The George Washington Bridge
for a Year or Two"

TIME MAGAZINE: "In The Heights Represents Change on Broadway. It's Contemporary,
Heartfelt and Full of Hope."

USA TODAY: "Evidence of a More Progressive and Culturally Eclectic Spirit in Musical Theater"

LA TIMES: "The First Major Musical About Latinos Created by and Featuring Latino Talent"

Ghostlight Records is proud to announce the release of the Original Broadway Cast Album for the critically acclaimed 'In The Heights'.  Released as a double-CD, 'In The Heights' features 23 tracks of Latin, Salsa and Hip-Hop-infused music. Conceived and written by emerging superstar Lin-Manuel Miranda the show is about love and dreams, about tradition and hard work, and Miranda, uniquely inhabits the story and the role, as he chronicles three days in the lives of a handful of close-knit residents of Washington Heights.. The show opened on Broadway last week, and The New York Times said "The title song...is among the most galvanizing opening numbers in recent Broadway memory," and added that there was "a sense of excitement almost never heard emanating from a Broadway pit." USA Today noted "Heights already has been cited alongside two other off-Broadway transfers, last season's multiple Tony Award winner 'Spring Awakening' and this year's superb 'Passing Strange', as evidence of a more progressive and culturally eclectic spirit in musical theater."