The Broadway cast recording of the rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch, starring Neil Patrick Harris, will arrive next month.

Hedwig, which had a long off-Broadway run at New York City's Jane Street Theater and was later turned into a movie in 2001 starring John Cameron Mitchell in the title role, tells the story of a transgender rock musician's search for “my other half.” Harris debuted as the play's title character in April.

Atlantic Records announced Friday that the recording will be available for digital download on July 1 (pre-order June 17). The physical album will arrive on retail shelves July 15.

The album is produced by Hedwig composer Stephen Trask, Tony Award-nominated sound designer Tim O'Heir and Hedwig music director Justin Craig.

“Anyone who has spent more than five minutes with me in the last three months knows how excited I am by the new versions of these songs,” Trask said in a statement. “The talents of Neil and Lena [Hall, Kinky Boots] and this amazing f*cking band have made these the best version of the score ever. After years of working with Justin Craig and a decade and a half recording with Tim O’Heir, producing these recordings as a team with them has been everything I could have hoped. I think we truly captured the brilliance of these great performers. If any band wants to learn any of these songs, these are the versions they should study.”

News of the album's upcoming release was accompanied by two tracks on YouTube, Sugar Daddy and Wig in a Box. (Video for Wig in a Box is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

The new production received eight 2014 Tony Award nominations, including a Best Actor in a Musical nomination for Harris.