The Princess Diaries soundtracks

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The Princess Diaries soundtracks are soundtracks of the movies The Princess Diaries and The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement starring Julie Andrews and Anne Hathaway. The albums contain songs sung by well-known charting artists as well as performers signed to Disney that the company wanted to promote. They are released by Walt Disney Records.

The Princess Diaries soundtrack[edit]

The Princess Diaries: Original Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released July 24, 2001
Length 54:28
Label Walt Disney
Producer Timmy Allen, BabyBoy, Andy Goldmark, Jimmy Harry, Sidney James, Tim James, Mark Jolley, Patrick Leonard, Bob Marlette, Milton McDonald, Paul Poli, Veit Renn.[1]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
  1. "Super Girl" - [Krystal]]
  2. "Little Bitty Pretty One" - Aaron Carter
  3. "Miss You More" - BBMak
  4. "Crush" - 3G's
  5. "What Makes You Different (Makes You Beautiful)" - Backstreet Boys
  6. "Miracles Happen" - Myra
  7. "Always Tomorrow" - Nobody's Angel
  8. "Away with the Summer Days" - Youngstown
  9. "Stupid Cupid" - Mandy Moore
  10. "Wake Up" - Hanson
  11. "Happy Go Lucky" - Steps
  12. "I Love Life" - Melissa Lefton
  13. "Ain't Nuthin' But a She Thing" - Lil' J & Nobody's Angel
  14. "Hold On" - B*Witched
  15. "The Journey" - Mpulz
Bonus track
  1. "Heartbreak Lullaby (Ray Hedges Recall 7 Mix)" - A*Teens[2]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
position
Certification
U.S. Billboard 200[3] 41 Gold[4]
U.S. Top Soundtracks[3] 5

Score[edit]

The movie's score, composed and conducted by John Debney, was also released by Walt Disney Records. This was the first film he scored for director Garry Marshall; Debney has written the scores for all of Marshall's subsequent films to date.

  1. Main Titles (:56)
  2. Queen Clarisse (:53)
  3. Mia Invites Lilly to the Ball (1:08)
  4. The Princess Diaries Waltz (2:09)
  5. Mia's Makeover (1:08)
  6. Princess Lessons (:55)
  7. A New Mia (1:05)
  8. Mia Flees (:53)
  9. Sorry, Dad (:32)
  10. Lana, the Traitor (1:01)
  11. Mia Visits the Consulate (1:18)
  12. Scooter Talk (:58)
  13. I Don't Want to Be a Princess (:37)
  14. Father Talk (1:00)
  15. The Ball (:37)
  16. Meeting the Prime Minister (1:03)
  17. A Letter from the King (1:16)
  18. It's a Real Job (1:02)
  19. Mia's Decision (2:18)
  20. Learning to Walk (1:42)
  21. Mia Apologizes (:44)
  22. Can I Call You Joe? (:58)
  23. The Kiss (1:18)
  24. Harp Interlude (1:24)
  25. Princess Diaries Medley (3:25)

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement soundtrack[edit]

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement: Original Soundtrack
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released August 3, 2004
Genre Pop
Length 46:12
Label Walt Disney
Producer Desmond Child, Matthew Gerrard, John Shanks, Marty Blasick, Andreas Carlsson, Peter Stengaard.[5]
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[6]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Performer(s) Length
1. "Breakaway"   Avril Lavigne, Bridget Benenate, Matthew Gerrard Kelly Clarkson 3:57
2. "I Decide"   Diane Warren Lindsay Lohan 3:17
3. "This Is My Time"   Raven-Symoné, Gerrard, Robbie Nevil Raven-Symoné 4:24
4. "I Always Get What I Want"   Lavigne, Cliff Magness Avril Lavigne 2:31
5. "Trouble"   Pink , Tim Armstrong Pink 3:12
6. "Because You Live"   Chris Braide, Andreas Carlsson, Desmond Child Jesse McCartney 3:18
7. "Love Me Tender"   Elvis Presley, Vera Matson Norah Jones and Adam Levy 2:41
8. "Fun in the Sun"   Steve Harwell Steve Harwell 3:27
9. "Let's Bounce"   Gerrard, Nevil Christy Carlson Romano 3:18
10. "Dance, Dance, Dance"   Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Mike Love Wilson Phillips 2:00
11. "Fools"   Anders Bagge, Amthor Birgisson, Henrik Janson, and Karen Poole Rachel Stevens 3:13
12. "A Love That Will Last"   David Foster, Linda S. Thompson Renee Olstead 3:32
13. "Your Crowning Glory"   Lorraine Feather, Lawrence Grossman[7] Julie Andrews, Raven-Symoné & Anne Hathaway 2:35
14. "Miracles Happen"   Pamela Eileen Sheyne, Eliot John Kennedy Jonny Blu 4:18
15. "The Meaning"     Lillix  

Charts[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
Certification
U.S. Billboard 200[5] 15 Gold[4]
U.S. Top Soundtracks[5] 1

References[edit]