Chicago: Music from the Miramax Motion Picture

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Chicago: Music From the Miramax Motion Picture
Soundtrack album by
Various artists
ReleasedNovember 19, 2002 (2002-11-19)
StudioMetalworks Studios, Mississauga, ON
GenrePop, jazz, hip hop
LabelEpic Records
ProducerVarious artists
Singles from Chicago: Music From the Miramax Motion Picture
  1. "Love Is a Crime"
    Released: January 18, 2003

Chicago: Music From the Miramax Motion Picture is a soundtrack album featuring all of the original songs of the 2002 Best Picture Academy Award-winning musical film Chicago starring Renée Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Queen Latifah, Richard Gere, John C. Reilly, Mýa Harrison and Christine Baranski.

Track listing[edit]

1."Overture/And All that Jazz"John Kander and Fred EbbCatherine Zeta-Jones6:04
2."Funny Honey"Kander and EbbRenée Zellweger3:39
3."When You're Good to Mama"Kander and EbbQueen Latifah3:19
4."Cell Block Tango"Kander and EbbZeta-Jones, Susan Misner, Denise Faye, Deidre Goodwin, Ekaterina Chtchelkanova and Mýa Harrison7:22
5."All I Care About"Kander and EbbRichard Gere3:48
6."We Both Reached for the Gun"Kander and EbbGere and Christine Baranski3:59
7."Roxie"Kander and EbbZellweger3:22
8."I Can't Do It Alone"Kander and EbbZeta-Jones3:51
9."Mister Cellophane"Kander and EbbJohn C. Reilly3:57
10."Razzle Dazzle"Kander and EbbGere3:47
11."Class[a]"Kander and EbbZeta-Jones and Latifah2:54
12."Nowadays"Kander and EbbZellweger2:14
13."Nowadays/Hot Honey Rag"Kander and EbbZellweger and Zeta-Jones3:28
14."I Move On[b]"Kander and EbbZellweger and Zeta-Jones4:00
15."After Midnight"Danny Elfmaninstrumental3:24
16."Roxie's Suite"Elfmaninstrumental3:58
17."Cell Block Tango/He Had It Comin'[c]"Kander and EbbLatifah, Lil' Kim and Macy Gray3:40
18."Love Is a Crime[c][d]"Greg Lawson, Denise Rich,
Damon Sharpe and Ric Wake
Total length:1:09:44
  • ^a "Class" was filmed but cut from the final editing of the movie. The footage was later included on the DVD release and in the film's broadcast television premiere on NBC in 2005
  • ^b "I Move On" is a song which Kander and Ebb wrote directly for the film adaptation, thus is not featured on the original Broadway musical.
  • ^c Songs not featured in the film, bonus tracks.
  • ^d A music video was released for the song but it was never officially released as a CD single for a worldwide market, as promoting it would have been impossible due to the singer's recently announced battle with breast cancer at that time. When Anastacia was shooting the video she had a 40 °C (104 °F) degree fever.


Chart performance[edit]

The album fared well on four of the Billboard charts, reaching #2 on the Billboard 200 chart. The soundtrack has sold 2,417,000 copies, as of February 2013.[1]

Chart (2003)[2] Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Soundtracks 1
U.S. Billboard 200 2
U.S. Billboard Top Internet Albums 2
Billboard Top Canadian Albums 5


  1. ^ Grein, Paul (2009-06-10). "Week Ending June 7, 2009: DMB Chases The Stones | Chart Watch - Yahoo! Music". Archived from the original on 2011-05-05. Retrieved 2012-02-09.
  2. ^ "Charts and Awards: Chicago Music From the Miramax Motion Picture". Retrieved 2009-06-05.