Disney Epic Mickey soundtrack now available for purchase and download via iTunes and Amazon

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From the main titles to the closing credits, the music the popular video game “Disney Epic Mickey” takes players on a journey through a twisted version of the sounds of Disney history – and now the game’s soundtrack available for purchase and download.

Today Disney released via iTunes the 20-song Disney Epic Mickey soundtrack for $9.99.

Update (12/22/10):The Disney Epic Mickey soundtrack is now available for MP3 download on Amazon for $7.99 as well.

Included are all of the favorite tunes from the game including “Dark Beauty Castle,” “The Gremlin Village (feat. ‘It’s a Small World’)” and “Lonesome Manor.” The game’s unique score by James Dooley enhances the experience of playing by including strains of familiar Disney songs from the past 8 decades mixed into new, darker and dissident orchestrations.

Full track listing for the Disney Epic Mickey soundtrack:

1. Main Titles
2. How Mickey Ended Up In Wasteland
3. Dark Beauty Castle
4. The Gremlin Village (feat. “It’s a Small World”)
5. Oswald’s History
6. Tomorrow City
7. Mickey Meets Horace Horsecollar
8. Meets Clarabelle Cow
9. Mickey Meets Daisy Duck
10. The Pirates of Wasteland
11. Transition Games II
12. Mickeyjunk Mountain (feat. “Mickey Mouse Club March”)
13. Arrival At Lonesome Manor
14. Lonesome Manor
15. Mickey Defeats the Mad Doctor
16. The Blot Escapes
17. The Blot Grabs Mickey
18. The Epic Finale
19. Mickey’s Theme
20. Oswald’s Theme

The full soundtrack is available now on iTunes and Amazon.

Disney Epic Mickey, the video game, is available now for Nintendo Wii.

3 Comments

  1. Mathmosman

    How annoying; not available in the UK

  2. Scott B

    Hey Ricky, on a side note, did you ever finish the game? I kind of had the same problems with it that you did but the more I played it, the more I enjoyed it. I beat the game over the weekend!

    While I wouldn’t proclaim it as game of the year, I can say that I enjoyed it and would definitely look forward to a sequel (that is if they fix what essentially did not work in the game). Also, they would need to fix elements that just were plain broken, like the camera. The camera to me was the biggest offender, the angles more times than not would cause me to mess up.

    1. Ricky Brigante

      I have almost beat the game (one more session should do it) and I have enjoyed it more as it progressed, mostly because the short, silly side quests have gone away. Those really interfered with the heart of the game, in my opinion. I didn’t want to miss out on anything, but it felt like I was running virtual errands for half the game instead of having fun.

      The camera is equally annoying now as it was at the beginning of the game and has caused me to fall into giant pits of thinner (or off a cliff) several times without knowing where I was.

      The game is fun, but not nearly as fun as it should have been. I look forward to beating it so I can move on to something else.

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