Listen To The Original Cast Recording Of “The Book Of Mormon”

Hasa Diga Eebowai!

NPR is hosting the very first listen of the smash Broadway hit, The Book of Mormon. I’m listening to it now and it’s as good as I remember when I saw the show a couple of weeks ago.

It’s completely dirty so if you’re at work, I’d recommend headphones but yes, this is a must listen! They’re all great but my favorites are Hasa Diga Eebowai and Joseph Smith American Moses.

1 Hello!
2 Two By Two
3 You and Me (But Mostly Me)
4 Hasa Diga Eebowai
5 Turn It Off
6 I Am Here for You
7 All-American Prophet
8 Sal Tlay Ka Siti
9 Man Up
10 Making Things Up Again
11 Spooky Mormon Hell Dream
12 I Believe
13 Baptize Me
14 I Am Africa
15 Joseph Smith American Moses
16 Tomorrow Is a Latter Day

Check it out here!

The actual recording will be released digitally on Tuesday, May 17 and physically on Tuesday, June 7.

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