Kyle Anderson
July 01, 2011 AT 02:09 PM EDT

Tom Hanks is a man of many talents. Not only does he play the title role in Larry Crowne (which opens today), but he also co-wrote and directed the flick as well. And while he didn’t sew all the costumes (as Jon Stewart suggested on The Daily Show), he did coproduce the soundtrack to the film.

The soundtrack, which just hit stores this week, includes a trio of Tom Petty songs (including “Running Down a Dream,” which Michele Bachmann is also not allowed to use at rallies), Billy Squier’s “The Stroke,” Sky Ferreira’s should’ve-been-bigger 2010 hit “Obsession” and a pair of ELO tracks.

There’s also the unreleased Tyler Hilton song “Faithful,” which EW has an exclusive stream of here. Listen below:

Read more:

Review: Larry Crowne

Tom Hanks: How to survive an international press tour

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