As a follow-up to the successful release of the ‘DuckTales: Remastered‘ video game for most consoles, Capcom and Walt Disney Records will be releasing a full digital download soundtrack on April 29, 2014, according to a new listing on Amazon.
Last night, Walt Disney Records and VEVO released the full track for the Armin van Buuren remix of ‘Let It Go’ from Disney’s Frozen. The track is one of 14 that will appear on Dconstructed (available April 22, now available for pre-order).
The full track list for the upcoming album can be found underneath the ‘Let It Go’ track, which is embedded below:
- “Circle of Life” (Mat Zo Remix) – Carmen Twillie & Lebo M. The Lion King
- “Derezzed” (So Amazing Mix) Remixed by Avicii featuring Negin – Daft Punk TRON: Legacy
With what is undoubtedly an unprecedented move, Walt Disney Records is further capitalizing on the success of Disney Animation’s Frozen and its ‘Let It Go’ theme by releasing a ‘three disc set’ featuring fifty tracks consisting of official, international versions of the song, often in both film and end title formats, titled Let It Go: The Complete Set.
No official announcement from Walt Disney Records has been made yet, but he album showed up on Amazon last night as an MP3 album with a release date of April 15, 2014.
Walt Disney Music and VEVO have just released the full music video for ‘Carry On’ by Olivia Holt (Disney Channel’s ‘I Didn’t Do It’) from Disneynature’s upcoming documentary, Bears (April 18, 2014), which you will find embedded below.
Walt Disney Records and Vevo today debuted the music video for ‘I’ll Get You What You Want (Cockatoo in Malibu)’ performed by songwriter and Oscar winner Bret McKenzie of Flight of the Conchords, from the original motion picture soundtrack now available from Amazon and iTunes. In addition, the track is also being made available as a free bonus download when you purchase a ticket in advance for the film from Fandango.
In the film (and on the soundtrack), the song is performed by Constantine in an attempt to win over Miss Piggy by promising her virtually anything she dreams of.
Contemporary artists from France and Montreal unite to perform their renditions of songs from classic Disney animated films on ‘We Love Disney,’ which will be available digitally on March 25 from Amazon.
Films included in the collection include Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (‘Someday My Prince Will Come’), Pinocchio (‘When You Wish Upon A Star’), Mary Poppins (‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’), The Jungle Book (‘I Wanna Be Like You,’ ‘The Bare Necessities’), Aristocats (‘Everybody Wants to be a Cat’), Beauty and the Beast (‘Beauty and the Beast’), Aladdin (‘Prince Ali,’ ‘A Whole New World,’ ‘Friend Like Me’), The Lion King (‘Circle of Life,’ ‘Can You Feel the Love Tonight,’ ‘Hakuna Matata’), Pocahontas (‘Colors of the Wind’), Hunchback of Notre Dame (‘Out There’), The Princess and the Frog (‘Almost There’) and Frozen (‘Let It Go’).
Via Instagram, Walt Disney Records teased its upcoming album Dconstructed (available April 22, now available for pre-order). The video teaser featured a list of artists and DJs that will appear on the album, offering their ‘spin’ on classic Disney tunes.
While the track list does not yet appear to be available, here’s the roster of artists Disney has promoted that will appear on the album: Alfred Montejano, Armin Van Buuren, Aviccii featuring Negin, BT & AU5, Japanese Popstars, Kaskade, Kinsey Moore, Mat Zo, Shinichi Osawa, Shy Kidx, Stonebridge, Trion, U.N.K.L.E. and Yogi.
We will provide more information as it becomes available to us.
Eleven weeks after its release, the Frozen soundtrack has certified Platinum, selling over 1,000,000 copies, and has spent four non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart. Industry sources are forecasting the album’s return to the top position on Wednesday. The last soundtrack to spend 5 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart was 1998’s “Titantic.” The Oscar-nominated song “Let It Go,” performed by Idina Menzel, also certified Platinum with sales over 1.2M. Menzel, who provides the voice of Elsa in the film, will perform the song at the Oscars (March 2).
Walt Disney Records has confirmed to us that they are planning to re-release the original The Muppet Movie soundtrack on vinyl this April 19, 2014 for Record Store Day. This will be a vinyl edition of the soundtrack re-released on CD in 2013, featuring all new liner notes by songwriter Paul Williams. That re-release itself was tied to the 35th anniversary of the film.
For Record Store Day, Disney had previously released identity-disc-inspired variants of Daft Punk’s TRON Legacy.
In order to commemorate the wild success of the original motion picture soundtrack to Disney’s Frozen, Walt Disney Studios has announced a collector’s deluxe edition on a 3-disc vinyl set. The set consists of three 12-inch color vinyl LPs packaged in a stunning double-gatefold, foil, embossed jacket with a full-color booklet containing the lyrics and gallery quality images from the film. Each set is hand-numbered and will be one of just 3000 copies being produced. It is currently available for pre-order with an expected delivery date in April 2014.