Last month, we told you about a limited edition bundle for Big Hero 6 which combines the Big Hero 6 soundtrack on CD (which is already available separately later this month — the digital release is already available), a 7″ vinyl single of Fall Out Boy’s ‘Immortals’ sporting the face of Baymax and an exclusive poster.
Featuring music by Kevin Kiner from all six seasons of the animated series, ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars,’ the official soundtrack will make its official digital debut on November 10, 2014 (or at least it’s expected as much, as per the new listing on Amazon). In addition, a special vinyl edition of the soundtrack from the first season is slated for a December 9, 2014 release. Although no official details have been released as of yet, we have reason to believe there will be a downloadable component to the soundtrack for those that do purchase the vinyl edition.
Yesterday, we shared news of a new Japanese trailer for Big Hero 6 (November 7, 2014) — known in Japan as Baymax. The new trailer featured two songs: ‘Top of the World’ by Greek Fire — as heard in the domestic trailer — and a ‘brand new’ song, ‘Story’ by American-born Japanese artist Ai. Although Ai had released the song previously in Japanese, it was never released in English until now as it will be attached to the end title credits of the film as opposed to Fall Out Boy’s ‘Immortals’ in the United States.
Although not quite as substantial as its bigger brother, internationally-supported Record Store Day enjoys a second go-around each year in respect to Black Friday. Although Disney’s contributions to Record Store Day have been few in number, they are often substantial and November 28, 2014 is no different. After enjoying CD, digital and even a couple of vinyl releases, the best selling soundtrack to Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy is returning to where it belongs: audio cassette.
The limited edition release is exclusive to Record Store Day and can be found at participating independent record stores.
Commemorating its 25th anniversary, The Little Mermaid will be the fourth entry in Disney Music Emporium’s Legacy Collection and will be released on November 24, 2014 (now available for pre-order). This beautiful book-bound two disc collectible set features the award winning music from the film, never before released demos and working tapes from Howard Ashman and Alan Menken and more. Exclusively illustrated by the talented Lorelay Bove, WDR The Legacy Collection is a musical masterpiece every fan will enjoy.
Starting with The Lion King for its 20th anniversary, Walt Disney Records’ Disney Music Emporium recently debuted its incredibly well received series of soundtracks revisited with its Legacy Collection. To celebrate the revitalized success of one of the most highly regarded animated films in cinematic history, Disney Music invited The Lion King‘s filmmakers to gather together to reminisce about a project that could never have anticipated its ultimate legacy in its contributions to both worlds of cinema and music.
While it definitely won’t go down in history as one of the longest soundtracks in history, the tracklist for Disney’s Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day original motion picture soundtrackhas popped up online at Amazon with a digital release date of October 7, 2014. The soundtrack appears to be a mixture of new and previously released tracks as well as the apparent debut of ‘IDK & The Whatevs,’ which is likely composed in part of one of the film’s stars, Bella Thorne, though nothing official has been announced yet.
The full tracklist is as follows:
Amazon has begun taking pre-orders for the third title in the Disney Legacy Collection, Sleeping Beauty, which will be released on October 7, 2014, in honor of the 55th anniversary of the 1959 animated classic.
The two disc set features the original songs and score from the film as well as album versions of tracks, demos and ‘lost chords’ — songs that were written for the film but were ultimately cut in various stages of production before the film made it to the big screen.
The complete track list is as follows:
As part of the Frozen weekend on Disney Channel, Walt Disney Records and Vevo have released the full music video for ‘Do You Want To Build A Snowman?’ featuring twenty-six stars of Disney’s hit programming, which you can find embedded below.
Actors participating in the monumental event include: JAKE SHORT, BRADLEY STEVEN PERRY, KEVIN CHAMBERLIN, SABRINA CARPENTER, PEYTON LIST, GRACE PHIPPS, JOEY BRAGG, KARAN BRAR, SKAI JACKSON, ROWAN BLANCHARD, SARAH GILMAN, TYREL JACKSON WILLIAMS, KELLI BERGLUND, BLAKE MICHAEL, LEIGH-ALLYN BAKER, DYLAN RILEY SNYDER, PIPER CURDA, AUSTIN NORTH, OLIVIA HOLT, JORDAN FISHER, PEYTON CLARK, LEO HOWARD, MADDY WHITBY, MORGAN TOMPKINS and CANDICE HUCKEBA.
Twenty-six stars of Disney’s hit programming for kids and tweens perform a new interpretation of the song ‘Do You Want to Build a Snowman?’ from Disney’s Academy Award-winning animated film Frozen. The new pop arrangement of the song will debut Friday, July 18 on Radio Disney; its music video will premiere on the popular WATCH Disney Channel app for verified users on Friday, July 18 and Sunday, July 20 on Disney Channel.