New recordings from Sting with Annie Lennox, Rufus Wainwright with Dido, Jamie Cullum, Robbie Williams and Will Young will be found on the soundtrack to "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason," due Nov. 1

New recordings from Sting with Annie Lennox, Rufus Wainwright with Dido, Jamie Cullum, Robbie Williams and Will Young will be found on the soundtrack to "Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason," due Nov. 19 via Geffen. Featuring Renee Zellweger reprising the title role she played in "Bridget Jones' Diary," the film opens Nov. 12 in U.S. theaters.

Tourmates Sting and Lennox offer a re-recording of the former's "We'll Be Together," a No. 7 Hot 100 hit in 1987. Dido and Wainwright team for "I Eat Dinner," originally recorded by the latter's mother, Kate McGarrigle. Young covers Sade's "Your Love Is King," while Cullum tackles the evergreen "Everlasting Love."

Beyond new tunes by Williams ("Misunderstood") and Jamelia ("Stop!"), "Bridget Jones" will also feature previously released tracks from Beyonc#&233;, Kylie Minogue, Mary J. Blige, 10cc, Carly Simon, Joss Stone, the Darkness and Minnie Ripperton.

The soundtrack to the original "Bridget Jones," which featured tracks from Williams, Sheryl Crow and Shelby Lynne, among others, peaked at No. 14 on Billboard's Top Soundtracks tally.