'Arrested Development' soundtrack coming in November

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If Netflix's season of "Arrested Development" wasn't enough for your Bluth-loving appetite, here's some good news: an "Arrested Development" soundtrack is coming your way.

The critically-loved comedy from Mitch Hurwitz may be a long way from getting another season or a movie, but it will get its own soundtrack with 42 songs, including the songs "Big Yellow Joint," "Get Away," and "Boomerang" performed by Lucy Schwartz, which was featured in the season finale of the fourth season. The soundtrack will be released on November 19, 2013 and is now available for pre-order on Amazon, Film Music Reporter reports.

"'Arrested Development's composer David Schwartz selected his songs and score from all four seasons of the show, with a heavy dose of the original madcap songs and its signature ukulele tunes," a press release about the upcoming soundtrack stated.

This isn't the first TV series soundtrack for Schwartz. He also composed soundtracks for "Deadwood" and "Beverly Hills, 90210." He wrote on his website that "the playlist is based on all of the requests from we received during the AMA on reddit.com. Greatest fans ever!"

Are you excited for the "Arrested Development" soundtrack, or are you just anxiously awaiting news of a new season or progress on the long-rumored movie?

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