Since its debut in 2003, Arrested Development
, created by Mitchell Hurwitz, has received widespread critical acclaim, six Primetime Emmy Awards and one Golden Globe Award. Although it originally ran three seasons it attracted a huge cult following. So much so that in 2013 Netflix agreed to license 15 new episodes and distribute them exclusively on its streaming video service.
Arrested Developments composer David Schwartz
selected the songs and score from all four seasons of the show, with a heavy dose of madcap ballads and ukulele themes for the soundtrack.
The soundtrack features exclusive extended versions of several key songs including “Balls In The Air,” “Get Away” and “Shot By Love.” Also includes fan favorites “Big Yellow Joint,” Fantastic 4
(medley)” and “Motherboy.”