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All The Songs On The Frozen 2 Soundtrack

Our excitement for Frozen 2? We'll never let it go — especially now that the sequel's soundtrack song list has been revealed.

Per Rolling Stone, there are 11 songs (excluding those that are a part of the film's score) included on the Frozen 2 soundtrack. Two of these feature new-to-the-Disney-franchise actress Evan Rachel Wood, who voices the character Queen Iduna, the mother of Idina Menzel's Elsa and Kristen Bell's Anna. Also included on the soundtrack are alternate versions of three new tracks — "Into the Unknown," "All is Found," and "Lost in the Woods" — that will play out over the Frozen 2 credits. Where Menzel and Norwegian singer AURORA perform the original version of "Into the Unknown," pop-punk act Panic! at the Disco sings the end-credits version. Wood leads the "All is Found" performance in Frozen 2, while country songstress Kasey Musgraves gives her rendition of the track over the credits. And finally, rock band Weezer brings its stylings to "Lost in the Woods" during the end credits, offering a different take on the track sung in the film by Jonathan Groff, who voices Anna's love interest Kristoff.

Other new songs include "Some Things Never Change"; "When I Am Older," performed by Josh Gad, who lends his voice to the sentient snowman Olaf; what appears to be a new, extended version of "Reindeer(s) are Better than People" from the original Frozen; "Show Yourself"; and "The Next Right Thing," sung by Bell.

Academy Award-winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez wrote each of these new songs for the Frozen 2 soundtrack, which will also include the score composed by Christophe Beck.

"The music of the Lopezes and Christophe Beck are part of the DNA of Frozen. We couldn't imagine building Frozen 2 without them. They bring such a rich, emotional understanding of the world and characters, and through their incredible music we have been able to really deepen and expand the story," said Frozen 2 co-director Chris Buck. 

Added fellow co-director Jennifer Lee, "The songs and score of Frozen 2 reflect the growth of the characters and the deepening of their story. The music is fun but emotional, personal yet powerful, intimate but also epic. Kristen, Bobby, and Christophe have definitely outdone themselves and taken the music to brave new heights."

Find the full list of songs on the Frozen 2 soundtrack below.

  1. "All is Found" – performed by Evan Rachel Wood
  2. "Some Things Never Change" – performed by Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad and Jonathan Groff
  3. "Into the Unknown" – performed by Idina Menzel (featuring Norwegian singer AURORA)
  4. "When I Am Older" – performed by Josh Gad
  5. "Reindeer(s) are Better than People (Cont.)" – performed by Jonathan Groff
  6. "Lost in the Woods" – performed by Jonathan Groff
  7. "Show Yourself" – performed by Idina Menzel and Evan Rachel Wood
  8. "The Next Right Thing" – performed by Kristen Bell
  9. "Into the Unknown" – performed by Panic! at the Disco (end credits)
  10. "All is Found" – performed by Kacey Musgraves (end credits)
  11. "Lost in the Woods" – performed by Weezer (end credits)

Will "Into the Unknown" become the new "Let It Go"?

When checking out the song list for Frozen 2's soundtrack, one will naturally start to wonder which tune will become the sequel's answer to the original film's musical magnum opus "Let It Go." It may seem like a toss-up, as we've yet to hear all the songs on the soundtrack, but fans are already predicting that "Into the Unknown" will be the inescapable ear-worm that comes out of Frozen 2

Like "Let It Go," the song is performed by Menzel as Queen Elsa, who is the centerpiece of the forthcoming film. The Queen of Arendelle must forge into new territory and embark on what's likely to be a dangerous journey in order to uncover the secrets of her family and unravel the mysteries of her icy powers. She is, quite literally, heading into the unknown — something she did in Frozen when she fled Arendelle after her coronation. As fans will remember, Elsa gave her rousing performance of "Let It Go" as she was building her ice castle in the first film, marking a turning point in her life as she beckoned the storm of her own creation to "rage on" around her. It's not wild to think that Elsa will experience another, even more emotional moment in Frozen 2 as she, Elsa, Kristoff, and Olaf head out beyond the walls of Arendelle in search of the truth — and that the proverbial turning of the page will inspire her to sing "Into the Unknown."

The Frozen 2 soundtrack is available for pre-order now, and will be released on November 15. Frozen 2 will hit theaters a week later on November 22.