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Frozen 2 Disc Deluxe Edition Soundtrack Soundtrack, Deluxe Edition, Original recording reissued


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  • Audio CD (November 25, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Soundtrack, Deluxe Edition, Original recording reissued
  • Label: Walt Disney Records
  • ASIN: B00EDY5KTA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,618 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Frozen Heart (Performed by Cast)
2. Do You Want to Build a Snowman? (Performed by Kristen Bell, Agatha Lee Monn and Katie Lopez)
3. For the First Time in Forever (Performed by Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel)
4. Love Is an Open Door (Performed by Kristen Bell and Santino Fontana)
5. Let It Go (Performed by Idina Menzel)
6. Reindeer(s) Are Better Than People (Performed by Jonathan Groff)
7. In Summer (Performed by Josh Gad)
8. For the First Time in Forever (Reprise) (Performed by Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel)
9. Fixer Upper (Performed by Maia Wilson and Cast)
10. Let It Go (Demi Lovato Version) (Performed By Demi Lovato)
See all 32 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. For the First Time in Forever Demo
2. Love Is an Open Door Demo
3. We Know Better Outtake
4. Spring Pageant Outtake
5. More Than Just the Spare Outtake
6. You're You Outtake
7. Life's Too Short Outtake
8. Life's Too Short (Reprise) Outtake
9. Reindeer(s) Remix Outtake
10. The Ballad of Olaf & Sven (Teaser Trailer) Score Demo
See all 23 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

Walt Disney Animation Studios' 'Frozen' features eight original songs from Kristen Anderson-Lopez ('In Transit,' 'Winnie the Pooh') and Tony Award-winning songwriter Robert Lopez ('Avenue Q,' 'The Book of Mormon'), plus a phenomenal score by the composer of last year's Oscar-winning short 'Paperman,' Christophe Beck. The original motion picture soundtrack, which features the end-credit recording of 'Let It Go' by Demi Lovato as well as performances by Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff and more, is available for sale on Nov. 25, 2013. Directed by Chris Buck ('Tarzan,' 'Surf's Up') and Jennifer Lee (screenwriter, 'Wreck-It Ralph'), who also wrote the screenplay, and produced by Peter Del Vecho ('Winnie the Pooh,' 'The Princess and the Frog') 'Frozen' hits theaters in 3D on Nov. 27, 2013.

2014 Academy Award(R) winner for Best Original Song 'Let it Go' and Best Animated Feature Film.

Customer Reviews

Music is pleasant to listen to and My kids love to sing along to the songs.
Grape
I loved the movie so I just had to get the soundtrack and might I just say it was worth it to buy the deluxe cd!!!
cjwhite
I would recommend this to any Disney fan, or a fan of great movie soundtracks.
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291 of 302 people found the following review helpful By A. Einhorn on November 25, 2013
Format: Audio CD
When it comes to Disney features, the music can make or break the movie. Many fans turned away entirely from Hercules because of the unexpected musical choices with the Gospel-style songs (although I am personally a fan), and to this day, I think that if Disney had made the music integrated into Tarzan the way they did the Broadway version, it would have ended up being a much bigger hit.

Well, Frozen is an absolute win in the musical category, and if you’re a fan of Broadway, then you will be very, very pleased.

The orchestral score from Christophe Beck is quite, quite lovely, and pulls you strongly in to the film right from the beginning. But as solid as the score is, the actual songs are where Frozen soars.

“Frozen Heart” starts the film off strong with a solid, sea-chanty-esque rhthym, “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” establishes the relationship between the sisters and is heart-breakingly sweet and sad at the same time. “Reindeers Are Better Than People” is a cute little ditty featuring Jonathan Groff, and “Fixer Upper” is fun and energetic and will make great background music when walking through the Disney parks.

But there are three songs that everyone will be talking about.

“For the First Time in Forever” (and its reprise) is the adult counter-point to “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” and is absolutely essential to understanding who both Anna and Elsa are. It has a great build throughout, catchy lyrics, and really fun visuals. Think of it in the same vein as other Disney "I Want" Songs, and you won’t be far off at all.

“Love is an Open Door” is a really lovely love-song duet, and in a different film, could easily be the one that everyone will remember at the movie’s end.
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178 of 195 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 25, 2013
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I was at the premiere of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" in 1992. I remember the feeling that everything in Disney animation was about to change for the better and for a very long time. The combination of story, animation, and above all, song, was the best that had been seen in a film since the 1950's, during the Silver Age of Disney animation. What Alan Menken and Howard Ashman had hinted at in "The Little Mermaid" was given full, beautiful voice in the songs from "Beauty and the Beast," and I knew that a new Golden Age of Disney animation was on its way.

I had that same feeling when I saw "Frozen" a week ago. It is to the new generation of Disney films what "Beast" was to the Disney animated films of the 1990's: a wake up to everything that makes a "Disney" film a truly "Disney" film, and not a Pixar want-to-be. Not a Dreamworks pop-culture retread, but a film by the company that made the animated film a viable and living art form.

"Frozen" is simply THAT good of a film. And apart from spectacular animation, a heartfelt and beautiful story, and top-notch voice acting, what makes "Frozen" that good is the music.

A perfect combination of song and score, the music by Christophe Beck (instrumental score) and Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez (songs), bring to life the story of sisters Elsa and Anna, princesses of Arandelle. Elsa has the magical power to control and create snow and ice, and as the movie opens, they are best friends who enjoy playing with snow and snowmen in the ballrooms of the palace. When an accident happens that causes things to change, the sisters are torn apart and the story begins.
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71 of 83 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 26, 2013
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was at the premiere of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" in 1992. I remember the feeling that everything in Disney animation was about to change for the better and for a very long time. The combination of story, animation, and above all, song, was the best that had been seen in a film since the 1950's, during the Silver Age of Disney animation. What Alan Menken and Howard Ashman had hinted at in "The Little Mermaid" was given full, beautiful voice in the songs from "Beauty and the Beast," and I knew that a new Golden Age of Disney animation was on its way.

I had that same feeling when I saw "Frozen" a week ago. It is to the new generation of Disney films what "Beast" was to the Disney animated films of the 1990's: a wake up to everything that makes a "Disney" film a truly "Disney" film, and not a Pixar want-to-be. Not a Dreamworks pop-culture retread, but a film by the company that made the animated film a viable and living art form.

"Frozen" is simply THAT good of a film. And apart from spectacular animation, a heartfelt and beautiful story, and top-notch voice acting, what makes "Frozen" that good is the music.

A perfect combination of song and score, the music by Christophe Beck (instrumental score) and Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez (songs), bring to life the story of sisters Elsa and Anna, princesses of Arandelle. Elsa has the magical power to control and create snow and ice, and as the movie opens, they are best friends who enjoy playing with snow and snowmen in the ballrooms of the palace. When an accident happens that causes things to change, the sisters are torn apart and the story begins.
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Does anyone know it is a digipak or not? Thanks~
I believe the initial printings for the deluxe version did come in a digipak, but newer orders are being fulfilled with a normal jewel case. The regular version of the album always came in a jewel case.
Mar 3, 2014 by Jason S. |  See all 3 posts
Great music score terrible movie,
You know, a lot of times when a movie doesn't stick closely to the source material people complain and say something like, "Why did they even bother giving it the same title? They might as well have called it something else if they wanted to change so much." In this case they went ahead... Read More
Jan 28, 2014 by RagnaroksEdge |  See all 9 posts
Which version of the MP3 album do you get with AutoRip?
The 59 track deluxe version.
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