Aladdin

May 30, 2006 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: November 30, 1991
  • Release Date: May 30, 2006
  • Label: Walt Disney
  • Copyright: (C) 1992 The Walt Disney Company
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  • Total Length: 50:02
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  • ASIN: B0013JQUJ2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,589 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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The music of the movie was created largely by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman.
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I highly reccomend seeking out a copy of the original 1992 release if you can find it.
Jake
I recommend this soundtrack most highly to children and to adults who love comedy.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Beady White on February 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have no idea why there is only one song showing on the catalog page. There are 21 songs on this CD. They are:

1. 1:20 Arabian Nights

2. 1:25 Legend of the Lamp

3. 2:23 One Jump Ahead

4. 1:53 Street Urchins

5. 1:02 One Jump Ahead (reprise)

6. 2:26 Friend Like Me

7. 1:39 To Be Free

8. 2:51 Prince Ali

9. 2:42 A Whole New World

10. 2:43 Jafar's Hour

11. 1:07 Prince Ali (reprise)

12. 1:35 The Ends of the Earth

13. 1:51 The Kiss

14. 2:56 On a Dark Night

15. 0:47 Jasmine Runs Away

16. 2:37 Marketplace

17. 4:58 The Cave of Wonders

18. 1:52 Aladdin's Word

19. 3:40 The Battle

20. 4:16 Happy End in Agrabah

21. 4:06 A Whole New World (Aladdin's Theme)
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Jake on February 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Aladdin features some of the best music ever heard, and both the songs and the movie will outlast time.
However, this edition of the soundtrack is CENSORED and EDITED, NOT remastered. During the original theatrical release of the movie in 1992, the opening number, "Arabian Nights," featured the objectionable lyric "Where they cut off your ear if they don't like your face"; on this reissued version of the soundtrack as well as the 1993 video release of the film, it has been removed and replaced with "Where it's flat and immense and the heat is intense." This is not only wrong, but it is done in a very unprofessional and obvious manner: that is, you can tell that the actor singing that line is different than the actor singing the rest of the song.
ther lyrics have reportedly been changed for this CD release, as well (supposedly in Friend Like Me and maybe others.) However, I am lucky enough to own the original release of the soundtrack from 1992, which is blessedly unedited, so I can't comment specifically.
I highly reccomend seeking out a copy of the original 1992 release if you can find it. It might be found through eBay, Amazon marketplace sellers, or secondhand music stores. The original release can be easily identified by its alternate cover art, which is different than the one seen on Amazon's page for this version. It features Geenie coming out of his lamp, holding onto a square in which we see Aladdin and Jasmine on the Magic Carpet against the background of the city of Agrabah.
If you can find that version, by all means do and teach Disney that censorship of their movies and music is wrong. If not, since the majority of the music is the same, this version will do nicely. Either way, be sure to add this wonderful soundtrack to your CD collection. You won't regret it.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By J. Branham on June 30, 2003
Format: Audio CD
In my opinion for a soundtrack of any movie to be considered excellent, it has to have an extremely good score e.g. Star Wars, The Patriot, Braveheart, etc. Soundtracks for animated movies must have extremely good songs but it's usually ok if they don't have the strong score to back the songs up.
Aladdin has both. The songs are awesome! "A Whole New World", "Friend Like Me", "Prince Ali", and "One Jump Ahead" are great. Lea Salonga and Brad Kane sing an amazing duet on "A Whole New World" and Robin Williams is perfect for the Genie in "Friend Like Me". He sings very well and makes the song funny at the same time.
The songs are very well done but what really makes this CD one of my favorites is the orchestration. The score is simply amazing. Most people listen to just the songs only on these types of soundtrack albums but you can listen to this entire CD because the music is just that good.
This is in my opinion the best Disney soundtrack by far. You will not regret buying it.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 19, 1999
Format: Audio CD
I have the original version of this CD. And the other reviewers are right; this is a wonderful recording for ANY collection. All the performers are wonderful, and Disney was smart to lure Broadway vets such as Brad Kane, Lea Salonga, and Jonathan Freeman in for the soundtrack and film.
Brad Kane and Lea Salonga's heartfelt performance of "A Whole New World" is truly mesmerizing, and wonderfully well-written (both musically and lyrically). Out of all the songs, though, my favorite is (as always) the VILLAIN song. In this case, the "Prince Ali (Reprise)" performed by Jonathan Freeman (who also speaks for Jafar in the film). This song is performed with just enough elegance and sinicism to make it worthy of hundreds of listenings. He's wonderful on this CD! You won't regret buying this soundtrack. Even though it's intended for kids, adults will get just as much a kick (even more so) out of it. The soundtrack doesn't really even reflect the "animated" style of the film; it actually sounds more like something written for Broadway/live-action than anything else (mainly because Disney brought in great talent). This is a clear winner! :)
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By burghtenor on January 6, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Of Disney's full-length animated movies since the late 1980's, ALADDIN boasts one of the strongest scores. Music is provided by Alan Menken, whose partnership with Disney over the past 15 years or so has produced many great songs. This is the last Disney movie to feature lyrics by Howard Ashman, who passed away during the production of the movie. Lyrics later in the production cycle are provided by Tim Rice. All three of the previously-mentioned men are quite talented.
All the voices are great on this CD, although it's a shame that Lea Salonga is only featured on one track. Brad Kane, Bruce Adler, Peabo Bryson, and Regina Belle are great. Robin Williams does a surprisingly good job on the singing of his funny songs. Jonathan Freeman's unique voice is perfect for the evil Jafar.
However, like many of the Disney soundtracks, the original songs plus any reprises are not enough to fill up the CD, so the second half is comprised of the instrumental underscoring used in other parts of the movie. While the underscoring is always pleasant, it is never as interesting as the sung songs. When I listen to this CD, I often skip over tracks 12 through 20.
My CD is not the "remastered" recording, so it features the original, somewhat-insensitive lyric in "Arabian Nights." Therefore, I cannot comment on the recording quality of the substitution made.
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