The new Frozen 2 soundtrack has 46 tracks on it and did we ask for this?

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Wait, whutttt?! Yup! The new Frozen 2 soundtrack is already GO! It’s got a (frankly bonkers) 46 tracks on it and we don’t even know what to say about this.

Frozen 2 fever!

From the gang that brought us Let It Go comes this bounty of new tunes from Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and pals, and they’re primed to delight your little Frozen fan all over again.

Frozen 2 hits Australian cinemas on 28 November but the soundtrack is available … right now on Spotify. Gasp!

That said, the experts in the field suggest tucking this particular playlist in your back pocket for now. 

“Don’t listen to the soundtrack before seeing the film,” entertainment website EW decrees.

“Not only do the isolated tunes not do justice to their surprising place in the darker, more dangerous narrative showcased in Frozen 2, but if the movie’s release turns out to be anything like what happened last time, you’ll hear these songs plenty over the next year.”

I mean they have a point. That said, if you’re trying to coax your child to put their shoes on and get in the car, you may not be able to resist bribing them with this very special road trip soundtrack to speed things up. EW probably doesn’t realise that this is even a thing.

“The deluxe-edition Frozen 2 original motion picture soundtrack also includes song outtakes, instrumentals, and pop covers (by Panic! at the Disco, Weezer, and Kacey Musgraves) as well as an epic new score by returning composer Christophe Beck,” EW continues.

Listen at your own peril!

The standout tracks are tipped to be Idina Menzel’s — aka ElsaInto the Unknown and Show Yourself, as well as Jonathan Groff’s — aka Kristoff — Lost in the Woods.

The soundtrack also features those aforementioned cover versions with Panic! At The Disco putting their own stamp on Into the Unknown, Kacey Musgraves covering All Is Found country-style and Weezer having a crack at Lost in the Woods.

Listen before the movie (below!) at your own peril!




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