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"Lilo & Stitch" Soundtrack.....

Discussion in 'Archive' started by dfans, May 4, 2002.

  1. dfans

    dfans New Member

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    Hello everybody....I have the tracklisting of Lilo and Stitch's Soundtrack :
    01. Hawaiian Roller Coaster Ride - performed by Mark Keali'i Ho'omalu and Kamehameha School Children's Chorus (3:28)
    02. Stuck on You - performed by Elvis Presley (2:25)
    03. Burning Love - performed by Wynonna (3:09)
    04. Suspicious Minds - performed by Elvis Presley :)23)
    05. Heartbreak Hotel - performed by Elvis Presley (2:14)
    06. Devil in Disguise - performed by Elvis Presley (2:31)
    07. He Melle No Lilo - performed by Mark Keali'i Ho'omalu And Kamehameha School Children's Chorus (2:28)
    08. Hound Dog - performed by Elvis Presley (2:28)
    09. I Can't Help Falling in Love - performed by A*Teens (3:08)
    10. Stitch to the Rescue (Score) - 5:55
    11. You Can Never Belong (Score) - 3:54
    12. I'm Lost (Score) - 4:40

    Hush.....hope it can help and can't wait for TREASURE PLANET next Fall
     
  2. markjochems

    markjochems Member

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    Thanks for the information. Looks like a nice soundtrack. Too bad they only included three scores. I sure hope that they will release a separate scores soundtrack. Oh well...
     
  3. sam253

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    Looks like I'm going to pass this one. If I wanted Elvis songs I could buy an Elvis CD. 5 tracks of film music is hardly worth buying the whole CD. Unless after seeing the film I decide I definately need them... :) Let's hope for a separate score CD.
     
  4. Michael Zielski

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    I've ranted on the Lilo and Stitch soundtrack already on previous threads--and speaking of threads, that was my complaint--a movie of thread-bare, worn Elvis songs. One thing I am interested in, is that someone thought of taking advantage of Hawaii's unique musical heritage, and apparently used some local talent in two songs. I only wish that this could have been the primary "thread" of the song choices--not a worn-out suit. Michael.
     
  5. Dirk

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    HI Mark,

    I fear a separate score soundtrack is not very propable. It seems only top-grossing mvies get that extra treatment from Disney and even then only occasionally...

    What I'm expecting to become available so is a CD by DJ Stich featuring remixes of old Elvis songs as on his website - this smells like money if promoted on Radio Disney. But again: only if the movie is at least a modest hit.


    Yours
    Dirk
     
  6. Michael Zielski

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    If no elements of the musical score are released that would certainly be a slap in the face to the composer, Alan Silvestri! Last summer, a separate CD of John Debney's score to The Princess Diaries was released, to compliment the CD of only songs--let's hope the same thing is planned for Lilo and Stitch. Michael.
     
  7. sam253

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    The only problem is that the soundtrack does include some score, and the guys at Disney may think it's enough...
     
  8. Dr. Know

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    Got the cd. The Silvestri score tracks are pretty good, although he is capable of much better. Can anybody who has seen the film comment -- is there a great deal more of unreleased score material that would make a score only cd worthwhile? Perhaps something will show up in the 'composer promo' market...?
     

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