46 Songs, 2 Hours 9 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Since its 2013 theatrical release, Frozen has become a billion-dollar phenomenon—not just Disney’s most well-received animated feature since the studio’s early-’90s renaissance, but a juggernaut whose impact extends way past its target audience. That’s due in large part to the persistence of “Let It Go,” the omnipresent Oscar-winning anthem. For the movie’s highly anticipated sequel, Disney has smartly reassembled the same cast and the songwriting team of Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez—all Broadway veterans—for a set of eight new originals that feels every bit as quotable and considered. There are vaguely traditional folk tunes (new recruit Evan Rachel Wood’s “All Is Found”) and ’80s power ballads (“Lost in the Woods”), autumnal pop-rock gems (“Some Things Never Change”) and an Olaf solo (“When I Am Older”), as well as perfectly suited bonus takes from Kacey Musgraves, Weezer, and Panic! At the Disco. But it’s Idina Menzel’s “Into the Unknown” that makes a case as worthy successor to “Let It Go.” Haloed by a haunting vocal from Norwegian artist AURORA, it’s another belter with a cliff’s-edge chorus and a powerful message: Listen to yourself, embrace who you are.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Since its 2013 theatrical release, Frozen has become a billion-dollar phenomenon—not just Disney’s most well-received animated feature since the studio’s early-’90s renaissance, but a juggernaut whose impact extends way past its target audience. That’s due in large part to the persistence of “Let It Go,” the omnipresent Oscar-winning anthem. For the movie’s highly anticipated sequel, Disney has smartly reassembled the same cast and the songwriting team of Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez—all Broadway veterans—for a set of eight new originals that feels every bit as quotable and considered. There are vaguely traditional folk tunes (new recruit Evan Rachel Wood’s “All Is Found”) and ’80s power ballads (“Lost in the Woods”), autumnal pop-rock gems (“Some Things Never Change”) and an Olaf solo (“When I Am Older”), as well as perfectly suited bonus takes from Kacey Musgraves, Weezer, and Panic! At the Disco. But it’s Idina Menzel’s “Into the Unknown” that makes a case as worthy successor to “Let It Go.” Haloed by a haunting vocal from Norwegian artist AURORA, it’s another belter with a cliff’s-edge chorus and a powerful message: Listen to yourself, embrace who you are.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
298 Ratings

298 Ratings

3e333e3 ,

Great songs!!!!

I loved frozen 2 and these songs are so AMAZING

Nature Valley Granola Bars ,

Stop. Supporting. Disney.

Everyone grows up with classics like The Little Mermaid or Ratatouille, but it’s time to face facts; they just want your money, and they're trying to find the easiest way to get it. They don’t innovate, they don’t make art anymore—just look at how corporate and bland the main “ghost” designs for their upcoming film Soul look...
Spend your money on indie artists and films who want to give a voice back to art, on storytellers who care more about making their characters feel real and fresh rather than “so sad, Woody’s leaving“ or “wow that looks like a real lion”
Everyone feels nostalgic but you can’t let it control you—not when old, millionaire businessmen with only money in mind are pulling the strings.
I urge you to look up what Inside Out put their artists and writers through. What Coco stole from Book of Life. Compare how lifeless and bland the new Aladdin is with the one you loved.
Don’t let this corporation coddle you; you are an adult, and you want more right? For your kids who want to be artists or writers? For yourself?

Shannon Baldwin ,

Rock On

Christophe’s 80’s rock ballad was solid.