Michael Giacchino

Cars 2 [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]

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Track Listing

    Track Title

    Time

  1. You Might Think 3:07
  2. Collision of Worlds 3:36
  3. Mon cœur fait vroum [My Heart Goes Vroom] 2:49
  4. Nobody's Fool 4:17
  5. Polyrhythm 4:09
  6. Turbo Transmission :52
  7. It's Finn McMissile! 5:54
  8. Mater the Waiter :43
  9. Radiator Reunion 1:40
  10. Cranking Up the Heat 1:59
  11. Towkyo Takeout 5:40
  12. Tarmac the Magnificent 2:39
  13. Whose Engine Is This? 1:22
  14. History's Biggest Loser Cars 2:26
  15. Mater of Disguise :48
  16. Porto Corsa 2:55
  17. The Lemon Pledge 2:13
  18. Mater's Getaway :59
  19. Mater Warns McQueen 1:31
  20. Going to the Backup Plan 2:24
  21. Mater's the Bomb 3:17
  22. Blunder and Lightning 2:17
  23. The Other Shoot 1:03
  24. Axlerod Exposed 2:22
  25. The Radiator Springs Gran Prix 1:30
  26. The Turbomater :52
  27. [CD-ROM Track] [*][Multimedia Track]

Review

The sequel to Disney's 2006 Academy Award-nominated animated adventure Cars, the appropriately titled Cars 2, finds the misfit group of four-wheeled buddies heading overseas for a little international adventure. The film’s soundtrack reflects these changes, swapping out previous maestro Randy Newman with the extremely capable Michael Giacchino, and front-loading the collection with five very different pop songs. Weezer kicks things off with a solid, if way too literal, rendition of the Cars' “You Might Think,” followed by a Brad Paisley two-fer that includes a clever “you say tomato, I say tomahto”-style, Nashville-meets-Europe jam called “Collision of Worlds" with British singer/songwriter Robbie Williams, and “Nobody’s Fool,” midtempo exposition piece that’s custom-made for a heartfelt character montage. Also included is a light and airy piece from French superstar Bénabar and a club-ready dance-pop gem from Japanese power pop outfit Perfume called "Polyrhythm." ~ James Christopher Monger, Rovi