24 Songs, 1 Hour 24 Minutes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
90 Ratings

90 Ratings

Jintlaw ,

What an Upgrade!

This album is nothing short of Spectacular. Even if you are one of the millions that have heard or own the original Two Rivers cast album from 2015, this album is a must! Be More Chill version 3.0 as it is affectionately know represents a huge upgrade in terms of quality and music. Not only are the new songs lyrically and melodically beautiful, but they further develop some of the characters that were not the subjects of a huge amount of focus in 1.0.

The music is a cross between 80s/90s synthesized music fused with punk/sci-fi soundtrack music for many of the cult B films of that time. Many of the actors on this recording are making their Broadway Debut and shine. Although Be More Chill only garnered one Tony Nomination, it was for this Joe Iconis score. For all Broadway musical theater fans, this cast album is a must. Congrats to everyone involved.

SmartCookie3.14159 ,


BEST THING IVE EVER LISTENED TO IN MY ENTIRE LIFE MY EARS HAVE BEEN BLESSED THANK YOU FOR THIS GEM! 💊❤️💙😊💄🐾 I saw the show 2/13/19 and it was so incredible. Definitely the best day of my entire life! I saw the show with Troy Iwata playing Michael (which was so fantastic I love Troy so much oh my god) so it’s cool to hear Michael played by George in the Broadway upgrade!

ShawnTRM ,

Jason Tam

I feel like Jason doesn’t fit as The Squip. There’s something too...stoner-y to his voice. He sounds like some one Id toke up with. I don’t hate him as this role, I just don’t think it fits. Eric William Morris sounds more snarky and created a personality for the character. (This is a joke) Jason here, just saw the Scooby-Doo films and said to himself “Shaggy. God. Squip. Done.” In my opinion Eric did such a better job. This is just my personal opinion.

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