Disney’s ‘Moana’ Deluxe Soundtrack Tracklist


Moana Deluxe SoundtrackWalt Disney Records has released the official tracklist for the upcoming deluxe edition of the soundtrack for Moana, which you can find detailed below. The two-disc set will be available on November 18, 2016 (now available for pre-order). The soundtrack features a score by Mark Mancina, songs performed by Lin-Manuel Miranda and the cast, as well as the single, ‘How Far I’ll Go’ by Alessia Cara, which is expected to be released tomorrow, Friday, October 28. The second disc of the deluxe edition also features demos of the films’ tracks performed by Miranda.

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Samantha Ronson’s New Band, ‘Ocean Park Standoff’ Teases ‘Good News’ for October 7, 2016

Ocean Park StandoffOcean Park Standoff, a new collaboration between DJ Samantha Ronson, Ethan Thompson and Pete Nappi, is set to make its world debut on October 7, 2016, according to several tweets from the band’s official account, promoting ‘Good News’ and directing visitors to sites such as ClickHereForGoodNews.com, INeedSomeGoodNews.com and GoodNewsIsComing.com, all of which currently redirect to a very cryptic OceanParkStandoff.com website (which subsequently links back to the band’s instagram page).

 

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Pixar’s ‘Finding Dory’ Soundtrack Tracklist

'Finding Dory' SoundtrackAvailable to own on June 17, 2016, day and date with Pixar’s Finding Dory, we have obtained the full tracklist for the film’s score by Thomas Newman, which you can find below. The soundtrack is currently available to pre-order from Amazon and iTunes.

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Disney Channel to Release Original Movie ‘Best Of’ Song Collection

YOUR FAVORITE SONGS FROM 100 DISNEY CHANNEL ORIGINAL MOVIESCoinciding with Disney Channel’s upcoming premiere of Adventures in Babysitting, its 100th Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM), Walt Disney Records will release a digital album of songs from chart-topping and certified gold, platinum and multi-platinum DCOM soundtracks, ‘Your Favorite Songs from 100 Disney Channel Original Movies.’ The album will be released at all online outlets on Friday, May 27, 2016, and is available for pre-order today on iTunes. Its centerpiece is a medley of iconic DCOM songs performed by Hollywood Records recording artists Forever In Your Mind; the band’s music video will debut Friday, May 27, during the ‘100th DCOM Celebration’ programming event on Disney Channel and will be available on DisneyMusicVevo immediately following its linear premiere. The music video will also be available same-day to all users of the Disney Channel app for smartphones, tablets and connected TVs.

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Walt Disney Records Begins 60th Anniversary Celebration with ‘An Evening with Alan Menken’

Walt Disney Records 60th AnniversaryWalt Disney Records has announced it will kick off its 60th anniversary with a special event titled ‘An Evening with Alan Menken’ to take placce on June 1 at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles. General admission tickets for $25 are now currently on presale exclusively to American Express cardholders with a public sale scheduled for May 20 at 12 pm PDT. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit the official event page.

To further commemorate the label’s milestone, 60 titles will be available on sale at Apple Music, Amazon and Google Play, plus Spotify’s playlist highlights the most beloved musical classics and current hits from Disney movies, television shows, and theme parks.

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‘Alice Through the Looking Glass’ Score Track List

alicethroughthelookingglassAmazon has released the track list for the upcoming score to Alice Through The Looking Glass by Danny Elfman and featuring ‘Just Like Fire’ by P!nk. The soundtrack will be released on May 27, 2016 and is now available for pre-order.

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‘The Jungle Book’ Score Track List Featuring Scarlett Johansson, Christopher Walken and Bill Murray

'The Jungle Book' SoundtrackWalt Disney Records has released the full track list for Jon Favreau’s adaptation of The Jungle Book (April 15, 2015). As previously reported by Stitch Kingdom, the score by John Debney is accompanied by performances of some of the animated classic anthems by the film’s stars. Not only does Scarlett Johansson perform Kaa’s ‘Trust in Me’ and Bill Murray performs Baloo’s ‘Bare Necessities,’ but Christopher Walken performs a brand new version of King Louie’s ‘I Wan’na Be Like You’ featuring brand new lyrics by Disney Legend Richard Sherman.

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WATCH: Dove Cameron’s ‘Genie in A Bottle’ Music Video from Disney’s Descendants

Dove Cameron 'Genie In A Bottle'After premiering earlier tonight on Disney Channel, Walt Disney Music and VEVO have released the official music video for Dove Cameron’s sanitized cover of Christina Aguilera’s ‘Genie in a Bottle,’ which you can find embedded below. The single is currently available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon.

In the music video, Mal is transported into the magic lamp of Jordan (played by newcomer Iman Karran), the daughter of Aladdin’s Genie, after wishing she had Jordan’s magical powers. Geared toward kids and tweens, the re-imagined song and music video are inspired by the ‘Genie Chic’ storyline in the animated short-form series ‘Descendants: Wicked World.’

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Dove Cameron’s Descendants ‘Genie in A Bottle’ Video to Premiere March 18

Popular Disney Channel star and recording artist Dove Cameron performs — as her fan favorite character Mal in Disney’s ‘Descendants’ — a new version of the pop song ‘Genie in a Bottle,’ in a music video premiering Friday, March 18 during a new ‘Stuck in the Middle’ episode (8:30-9:00 p.m. EDT) on Disney Channel. The track will be available from Walt Disney Records at all download stores (iTunes) and streaming services on Friday, March 18.

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CONFIRMED: ‘Star Wars in Concert’ to Return in 2016 with Multi-City Tour

'Star Wars In Concert'Back in October, we reported that Disney had registered StarWarsLiveInConcert.com. While the domain had remained dormant for a while, it eventually ended up pointing to an old Flash-based site promoting a Star Wars in concert series some years back. On a whim, we decided to check on the domain name again today and found a welcome surprise — confirmation that the concert series would be returning to ‘a city near you in 2016.’

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