ABKCO RecordsClassic songs by Heart and Eric Burdon & the Animals, and a lesser-known tune by Free, are among the tracks featured on the soundtrack to Demolition, an upcoming drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts. The album will be released as a digital download on Friday, April 8, the same day that the film hits theaters.

The record includes Heart’s 1976 “Crazy on You,” Burdon & the Animals’ 1967 psychedelic gem “When I Was Young” and a live 1970 rendition of Free’s “Mr. Big.” The Demolition soundtrack also features The Chocolate Watchband‘s inspired cover of Bob Dylan‘s “It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” as well as tunes by such modern-rock artists as My Morning Jacket, M. Ward and Sufjan Stevens.

Demolition tells the fictional story of Davis Mitchell, a successful investment banker who struggles to rebuild his life after his wife dies in a car crash. The film is directed by Jean-Marc Vallée, whose previous movies include Dallas Buyers Club and Wild.

Here is the full track list of the Demolition soundtrack:

“Touch Me I’m Going to Scream (Pt. 2)” — My Morning Jacket
“To Be Alone with You” — Sufjan Stevens
“Crazy on You” — Heart
“When I Was Young” — Eric Burdon & The Animals
“Bruises” — Dusted
“It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue” — The Chocolate Watchband
“La Bohème” — Charles Aznavour
“Where to Start” — Lou Doillon
“Mr. Big” (Live at Sunderland/1970) — Free
“Sweaty Fingers” — Cave
“Watch the Show” — M. Ward
“Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op.9, No.2 (Abridged)” — Henry Tozer*
“La Bohème” — David Campbell*
“Property Lines” — Dusted
“Warmest Regards (Extended Version)” — Half Moon Run

* = bonus track.

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