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Compilation album by
Various artists
ReleasedSeptember 17, 2002
LabelWalt Disney
ProducerJay Landers
Disneymania album chronology
Disneymania 2

Disneymania[1][2] is the first album in the Disneymania series featuring various musical artists performing classic Disney songs. The original album, released on September 17, 2002, featured contemporary Disney classics. It peaked at number 52 on the Billboard 200 and was certified Gold by the RIAA in February 2003. Singles released from the album were "I Wanna Be Like You" by Smash Mouth and "Beauty and the Beast" by Jump5. The album also includes "Reflection" by Christina Aguilera, which was released as a single years prior in 1998.

Track listing

# Title Performer(s) Film Length
1 "Some Day My Prince Will Come" Anastacia Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 3:45
2 "Under the Sea" A*Teens The Little Mermaid 3:25
3 "You'll Be in My Heart" Usher Tarzan 4:12
4 "When You Wish upon a Star" N'Sync Pinocchio 2:22
5 "Colors of the Wind" Ashanti & Lil' Sis Shi Shi Pocahontas 3:46
6 "I Wan'na Be Like You" Smash Mouth The Jungle Book 3:17
7 "Part of Your World" Jessica Simpson The Little Mermaid 3:28
8 "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" Aaron Carter The Lion King 3:26
9 "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" S Club The Lion King 4:11
10 "Hakuna Matata" Baha Men The Lion King 3:43
11 "The Tiki Tiki Tiki Room" Hilary Duff The Enchanted Tiki Room 2:44
12 "Beauty and the Beast" Jump5 Beauty and the Beast 3:28
13 "Kiss the Girl" No Secrets The Little Mermaid 3:14
14 "Reflection" Christina Aguilera Mulan 3:34
15 "Circle of Life" Ronan Keating The Lion King 4:43
16 "A Whole New World" 1 Sweetbox Aladdin' 3:22
  • 1 bonus Japanese track

Critical reception


Allmusic gave the album a rating of 3 out of 5 stars, noting "some of pop's biggest names have been handed over music from numerous Disney flicks (with most of the emphasis being on '80s and '90s fare), and then asked to give them totally new makeovers". It described the interpretations as "infusing a light trip-hop beat", "bouncy", "beeping electronics", "soulful", "pumping in beats", "a cappella", "'Footloose'-like spin, "understated", and "measured".[3]


Chart (2007) Peak
U.S. Billboard 200 52
U.S. Top Internet Albums 258
U.S. Top Kids Audio 1


  1. ^ "Disneymania". Amazon. Retrieved 2014-07-30.
  2. ^ Allmusic: Disneymania
  3. ^ Disneymania AllMusic