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Comments about the soundtrack for The Lion King (Hans Zimmer)

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special edition info and question
• Posted by: lars   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, September 15, 2003, at 3:16 p.m.
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well i found out on one of the main lion king websites in the news section it says there are 14 tracks and its confirmed i think , as on the wal-mart site has the official list of tracks, the only new ones i saw were the new morning report song and there are 2 different versions of Elton Johns "can u feel the love tonight?" (making a total of 3 for the same song, the other is the one the characters sing). The other songs might be the the same, however i dont know about the instrumental ones such as "to die for" and "king of pride rock". Does ANYONE know at all if the instrumental tracks are longer on the special edition soundtrack than from the original soundtrack ??? I hope the "king of pride rock" track has the actual battle sequence this time! and i hope to hear more of the music of the lion king that is instrumental. Hans Zimmer is amazing!!

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