Princess Disneymania

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Princess Disneymania
Compilation album by
Various artists
ReleasedSeptember 30, 2008
LabelWalt Disney
Disneymania albums chronology
Disneymania 6
Princess Disneymania
Disneymania 7

Princess Disneymania is Disney's first compilation album in the Disneymania series. It was released on September 30, 2008. The album features various artists renditions of classic songs sung by the Disney Princesses. The album became the lowest-peaking of the series, peaking at #191 on the Billboard 200. Most of the versions of the songs have been featured on previous albums.

Track listing[edit]

# Title Performer(s) Film Length
1 "Once Upon A Dream" Emily Osment Sleeping Beauty 3:32
2 "That's How You Know" Demi Lovato Enchanted 3:12
3 "Some Day My Prince Will Come" Ashley Tisdale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 3:30
4 "Colors of the Wind" Vanessa Hudgens Pocahontas 3:58
5 "Reflection" Christina Aguilera Mulan 3:33
6 "So This Is Love" The Cheetah Girls Cinderella 3:40
7 "Kiss the Girl" Colbie Caillat The Little Mermaid 3:16
8 "It's Not Just Make Believe" Kari Kimmel Ella Enchanted 3:06
9 "Under the Sea" Raven-Symoné The Little Mermaid 3:15
10 "Ever Ever After" Jordan Pruitt Enchanted 3:12
11 "True to Your Heart" Keke Palmer Mulan 3:22
12 "Happy Working Song" Amy Adams Enchanted 2:09
13 "Part of Your World" Sierra Boggess The Little Mermaid 3:23
14 "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes" Disney Channel Stars Cinderella 3:46

Critical reception[edit]

Allmusic said "This collection features an assortment of beloved songs from classic Disney tales of love and enchantment performed by the biggest names in pop music. Standouts include former Mouseketeer Christina Aguilera’s career-making ballad, "Reflection," from MULAN; Raven-Symone delivering an almost brassy take on the always uplifting "Under the Sea" from THE LITTLE MERMAID; and delightful Oscar-nominated actress Amy Adams's sprightly take on a "Happy Working Song" from ENCHANTED."[1]


Chart (2008) Peak
U.S. Billboard 200 191[2]
U.S. Top Compilation Albums 5[citation needed]
U.S. Top Kids Audio 5[3][not in citation given]


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  2. ^ "Various Artists - Chart history". Billboard. Retrieved 2013-10-18.
  3. ^ "Kids Albums : Jan 10, 2009". Billboard Chart Archive. Retrieved 2013-10-18.