Editors’ Notes Moving away from the coin-op video game references of Wreck-It Ralph, the English composer dives into online and cinematic worlds for inspiration on the sequel’s soundtrack. There’s “Vanellope’s March”, which salutes “The Imperial March” from Star Wars, and the similarly opulent and foreboding “Pulling the Plug”. Tucked within is an uplifting track from Imagine Dragons and a catchy 8-bit earworm from Vietnamese pop artists Uni5 and Han Sara. Meanwhile, actor/comedian Sarah Silverman lives every kid’s dream and bursts into a sweeping Disney tune cowritten by Alan Menken (“A Place Called Slaughter Race”) while Julia Michaels performs an electro-pop version of the same song (retitled “In This Place”).

SONG
Zero
1
3:32
 
A Place Called Slaughter Race
2
3:28
 
In This Place
3
3:21
 
Best Friends
4
2:52
 
Circuit Breaker
5
2:21
 
Pulling the Plug
6
1:14
 
On the Rooftop
7
1:04
 
The Big Idea
8
1:15
 
The Internet
9
2:47
 
KnowsMore & Spamley
10
1:17
 
Site Seeing
11
1:29
 
Checkout Fiasco
12
1:32
 
Get Rich Quick
13
1:43
 
Shank
14
3:03
 
Hangin' Out
15
1:03
 
BuzzzTube
16
1:42
 
Overnight Sensation
17
2:51
 
Separate Ways
18
1:04
 
Vanellope's March
19
0:46
 
Desperate Measures
20
1:20
 
Don't Read the Comments
21
1:48
 
Growing Pains
22
1:35
 
Double Dan
23
3:35
 
Scanning for Insecurities
24
1:54
 
Breaking Up
25
2:45
 
Replicate-It-Ralph
26
1:20
 
Operation Pied Piper
27
2:37
 
Kling Kong
28
3:39
 
The Meaning of Friendship
29
2:16
 
A Big Strong Man in Need of Rescuing
30
1:54
 
Letting Go
31
1:48
 
Comfort Zone
32
1:32
 
Worlds Apart
33
1:22
 
A Place Called Slaughter Race (Instrumental)
34
3:28
 
In This Place (Instrumental)
35
3:19