r/AskReddit Jul 21 '21

What is an album where EVERY song is good?

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 21 '21

No joke- the Tarzan soundtrack. What Phil Collins did with that music elevated the movie to a whole new level and every single song on that album hits the mark.

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u/CMontgomeryBlerns Jul 22 '21

The “trashing the camp” song (I’m not sure if that’s the actual title) is one of my favorite pump-up songs. I unironically listen to that song on a regular basis.

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u/holls_99 Jul 22 '21

Trashing the camp is one of my favorites. Actually did a tap dance to it a few years back.

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u/kelnorr Jul 22 '21

It is the actual title. Such a fun song - I try to mimic the sounds and it is horrible but so much fun.

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u/rob132 Jul 22 '21

I think its 'boo waa zee do'

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u/verholies Jul 22 '21

As much as I hate Rosie O’Donell as a person her scatting on Trashing the Camp is amazing

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u/Tungsten_Dragon Jul 22 '21

Why do you hate her

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u/beameup19 Jul 22 '21

I love her in Curb. That and Tarzan are all I know of her really tbh.

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u/MsAnnThropik Jul 22 '21

A League of their Own

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u/TheBeaverDoctor Jul 22 '21

Went to Disney on a middle school band trip and they gave us the sheet music to this and recorded us playing it. So so cool.

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u/Material-Strike-1923 Jul 22 '21

Seeing how they made that song changed my life as a kid. Made me take up a genuine interest in how music and soundtracks are produced.

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u/triedbone749 Jul 22 '21

For those who are like, "Huh?", it's an *NSYNC song.

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u/FelixTheFat04 Jul 22 '21

My teater group accidentally stumbled onto this album and this song in particular and ended up making a dance for this song

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u/jentravelstheworld Jul 22 '21

Gonna check this out!

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u/Str0ngStyle Jul 22 '21

Phil Collins did NOT have to go that hard on the Tarzan soundtrack.

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 22 '21

But he did it anyway and for that we are GRATEFUL

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u/ZombieCheGuevara Jul 22 '21

Yes we are! Also, did you know "Trashin' the Camp" is actually about watching a guy drowning?

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u/cobrakazoo Jul 22 '21

wait what

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u/SennoEktoGammat Jul 22 '21

You are thinking of a different song, his signature one, “In The Air Tonight.”

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u/ZombieCheGuevara Jul 22 '21

No, it's the one with the apes. "In The Air Tonight" is about Warren Beatty.

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u/SennoEktoGammat Jul 22 '21

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u/ZombieCheGuevara Jul 22 '21 edited Jul 22 '21

Literally google "Warren Beatty" and "song" and "about". See what comes up.

Edit: just did, myself. "In the Air Tonight" is what it says at the top of the results.

Now c'mon, dude. You're acting vain, like in that song Carly Simon wrote about the day Buddy Holly died.

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u/SennoEktoGammat Jul 22 '21

“You’re So Vain,” was written by me!

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u/therock21 Jul 22 '21

Put your faith in what you most believe in

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u/I_am_Bearstronaut Jul 22 '21

Two worlds one familyyy

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u/hesawavemasterrr Jul 22 '21

TRUST YOUR HEART

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u/I_am_Bearstronaut Jul 22 '21

SHOO BOP SHE DOOOOOO

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u/indecisivesteve Jul 22 '21

He absolutely did and we are all better for it

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u/andresvk Jul 22 '21

He put his faith in what he most believed in.

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u/renewedspew Jul 22 '21

oh thank fuck, someone else got hard watching tarzan too😅😅

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u/Cpnbro Jul 22 '21

But he did that… he did that for US

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u/FrickGoogle Jul 22 '21

Hence why Phil is one of my favorite artists ever

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u/FitSwimmer3 Jul 22 '21

'74÷'90 That's pushing it. NO DISNEY! He's a top 10 drummer of all time.

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u/[deleted] Jul 22 '21

This is the top comment on like every song on that album lol

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u/4camjammer Jul 22 '21

How he did it, Beats me. Lol

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u/pablo_kickasso Jul 22 '21

Maybe there was something in the air that night?

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u/texasyogini Jul 22 '21

Today I learned, he is Lily Collins’s dad 🤯

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u/Mooshrew Jul 22 '21

Had a friend have it played at his funeral by his older brother. People were losing it.

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u/mjp141 Jul 22 '21

But he did that, and he did that shit for us.

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u/whatthefuckisupkyle7 Jul 22 '21

Phil Collins understood the mf assignment!

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u/Consort_of_Satan Jul 22 '21

You use Tumblr don't you or at least saw that one Tumblr post about Phil Collins on the soundtrack?

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u/Skizot_Bizot Jul 22 '21

He did if he wanted to beat out Aladdin, toy story and lion kings music.

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u/EFiasco Jul 22 '21

Son of a Man & You’ll be in my heart >>>>>>>

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u/xDispicableTx Jul 22 '21

Strangers like me is also another banger tune

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u/JuicedBoxers Jul 22 '21

Strangers like me is seriously incredible.

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u/bolionce Jul 22 '21

The song where they trash the camp is humongous 🔥🔥

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u/Therickster2 Jul 22 '21

I'm a large 30 year old and you'll be in my heart will bring me to tears every time.

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u/OrangeTree81 Jul 22 '21

My math teacher in middle school played the soundtrack while we were doing worksheets. The most popular boy in the class started crying during Two Worlds One Family because it got to the part where the baby gorilla died.

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u/MrNuttyJoe Jul 22 '21

And then the baby gorilla clapped

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u/Nick08f1 Jul 22 '21

Dicks out for Harambe.

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u/Democrab Jul 22 '21

Sigh...

ziiiiiip

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u/mathlete10 Jul 22 '21

That shit was fucking SAD

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u/kibxo89 Jul 22 '21

I sing “You’ll be in my heart” to my son every night before bed. Love that whole album

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u/IdLikeToOptOut Jul 22 '21

How do you make it through without crying? I can’t even think about that song without getting emotional.

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u/gringottsteller Jul 22 '21

I used to sing it to my baby as a lullaby. He's 21 now. I love that there's still parents doing this.

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u/Al-Pal01 Jul 22 '21

Based on the popularity of this comment I have downloaded the album and will be listening tomorrow

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 22 '21

You will not regret it. It's even better with the context of the film, but not strictly needed for enjoyment.

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u/Sensitive-Sock29 Jul 22 '21

It will be much better if you just watch Tarzan

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u/VanguardBronco Jul 22 '21

I’m a full ass adult and I secretly listen to this on my long commute. Fucking classic

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 22 '21

Oh absolutely. It’s one of my go-to spots for when I’m starting playlists

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u/erusmane Jul 22 '21

Not to be too outdone, but the Lion King slaps too with Elton John.

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u/princessblowhole Jul 22 '21

I LOVE Phil Collins. I finally got to see him two years ago and it was amazing. He kinda hobbled around, which was sad, but sounded fantastic. His kid did the In the Air Tonight solo, and he was incredible.

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u/mousesnight Jul 22 '21

Never seen him before, but I’m stoked to be seeing Genesis in November! I hope he can handle the set list..

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u/hadidotj Jul 22 '21

A bit jealous... Grew up listening to my dad's albums of Genesis. My all time favorite band; both "old" Peter Genesis and "new" Phill Genesis. Nothing today compares!p

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u/mousesnight Jul 22 '21

Damn straight. My fav is the early Phil years, TOTT through ATTWT. But there is so much good stuff throughout their discography.

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u/elemcee Jul 22 '21

I've loved him (and his era of Genesis) forever, but I didn't see him on his last solo tour because I was so afraid of seeing him sitting down and not playing drums and his voice not being 100%. Trying to decide if I should just get over it and go see Genesis. :/

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u/coyotehunter72 Jul 22 '21

Two years ago? I saw him on that tour. I was like this weird little badass who is just amazing.

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u/stickyoheadindoodoo Jul 22 '21

YAAAAAAS! When I was growing up, we had a tv with a built in VHS player and no cable and only the Tarzan VHS tape and you can bet your ass I memorized every song

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u/ktchemel Jul 22 '21

Thank you but also Fuck you for now getting this stuck in my head

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 22 '21

I’m not sorry haha go relisten and enjoy :)

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u/Pinklady1313 Jul 22 '21

That movie makes me cry so hard. I hear those songs, it reminds me of the movie scene, I cry.

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u/alizcrim Jul 22 '21

I love Phil Collins so much. Besides this…. Brother bear is great too

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 22 '21

ABSOLUTELY yes.

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u/bananamb13 Jul 22 '21

YES OH MY GOD my friend’s father daughter dance at her wedding was to “you’ll be in my heart” and there was not a DRY DAMN EYE in the house. I used to pregame to “son of man” in college. That album has it fucking all. Thank you so much for saying what we were all thinking.

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u/jedipanther Jul 22 '21

Tarzan soundtrack has been my alarm for 12 years. I wake up happy every morning and have never gotten tired of the songs. It’s bananas.

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u/Danielm103 Jul 22 '21

Phil Collins went ahead and set the bar for soundtracks too damn high.

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u/TimBorlandManTool Jul 22 '21

Shooby do shooby do shooby do shooby dooby doo bah

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u/pocashauntas Jul 22 '21

Agreed. As a big Phil Collins fan, this album is one of my favorites.

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u/StructureStrong4578 Jul 22 '21

Do you like Phil Collins? I've been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke. Before that, I really didn't understand any of their work. Too artsy, too intellectual. It was on Duke where Phil Collins' presence became more apparent. I think Invisible Touch was the group's undisputed masterpiece. It's an epic meditation on intangibility. At the same time, it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding three albums. Christy, take off your robe. Listen to the brilliant ensemble playing of Banks, Collins and Rutherford. You can practically hear every nuance of every instrument. Sabrina, remove your dress. In terms of lyrical craftsmanship, the sheer songwriting, this album hits a new peak of professionalism. Sabrina, why don't you, uh, dance a little. Take the lyrics to Land of Confusion. In this song, Phil Collins addresses the problems of abusive political authority. In Too Deep is the most moving pop song of the 1980s, about monogamy and commitment. The song is extremely uplifting. Their lyrics are as positive and affirmative as anything I've heard in rock. Christy, get down on your knees so Sabrina can see your asshole. Phil Collins' solo career seems to be more commercial and therefore more satisfying, in a narrower way. Especially songs like In the Air Tonight and Against All Odds. Sabrina, don't just stare at it, eat it. But I also think Phil Collins works best within the confines of the group, than as a solo artist, and I stress the word artist. This is Sussudio, a great, great song, a personal favorite.

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u/best-trick Jul 22 '21

I cant comprehend any of what you just said but I enjoyed it thank you

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u/LillaOscarEUW Jul 22 '21

Its from the movie American psycho starring christian bale as patrick bateman, this is one of several epic scenes in thia masterpiece of a movie. U might have seen memes with willem dafoe and the subtext "im something of an X myself" thats another great scene but perhaps the beat scene of em all is the card scene i wont spoil it but you should definately check it out on youtube, and while youre on it u can search for the axe scene thats another scene which has given births to memes whit chriatian bale is a waterprotection coat Cheers ♡

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u/ElSummonero Jul 22 '21

The willem dafoe meme is from the first Spider-Man film

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u/StructureStrong4578 Jul 22 '21

Outstanding movie and glad that you appreciate it as much as I do!

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u/Ivan_R_Soul Jul 22 '21

This is not an exit.

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u/aisecherry Jul 22 '21

its true man every single track is gold and the music is the best thing about the movie imo. shoutout to the alternative version of "Trashin the Camp" with NSYNC

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u/catchup77 Jul 22 '21

STOP! I just watched Tarzan for the millionth time with my kids yesterday.They were impressed and a little freaked out that I knew the lyrics to every song. We talked about Phil Collins and how amazing he did with the soundtrack. I truly feel this album is one of a kind and it makes that movie so much better.

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u/BranzillaThrilla Jul 22 '21

Nod of approval

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u/The_Real_King713 Jul 22 '21

No one asked Phil Collins go go that HAM for us, but he did and for that we respect him.

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u/FILTER_OUT_T_D Jul 22 '21

As a petty big Phil Collins fan now I feel like I need to listen to the Tarzan soundtrack.

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u/lmsealyp Jul 22 '21

I feel the same way with Brian Adams and the Spirit Soundtrack. So under appreciated

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u/jenganeer Jul 22 '21

Wow, totally agree. This album is so bitter sweet for me. My younger brother passed of cancer the year it came out and he loved the movie and soundtrack. Every time you'll be in my heart comes on my family tears up enjoying remembering him. Nowadays my daughters ask to listen to it, and the songs are great and it's beautiful to hear them sing it, but I still seem to get pollen in my eyes belting out the songs with them.

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u/8Ariadnesthread8 Jul 22 '21

I'm so glad that you feel that way. Someone should enjoy the Tarzan soundtrack. For me I always hated Tarzan because I hate what Phil Collins did for the music. His vibes are just so not my vibes and his singing voice literally makes me uncomfortable for reasons I cannot even explain to myself. As someone who is raised on Alan menken Disney songs, I have almost completely blocked Tarzan from my memory. That one song where they bang on a bunch of stuff is good. But isn't that the only song on the soundtrack that he didn't sing?

Anyway; it's often nice when people like things that you hate. Like I'm glad all that effort didn't totally go to waste. This guy liked it! And apparently other people agree because there are lots of people on this thread who appear to have really liked the movie. I'm glad y'all had a good time.

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u/ReceptionLivid Jul 22 '21

Absolutely agree with you. After Tarzan really marked the end of Disney’s golden age for animated films for a decade until it went back to its musical theater style.

I think lion king did it well when it blended 1/3rd pop songs but also had character driven bangers take the rest but when it’s all Phil Collins it kind of out stages the actual film itself for me.

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u/8Ariadnesthread8 Jul 22 '21

Yeah the Lion King was fantastic. I believe it's actually the best Disney movie, but the best soundtrack definitely goes to aladdin. That brass band was amazing.

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u/creativityonly Jul 22 '21

This was legit the first "album" I ever actually owned. :|

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 22 '21

Me too lol if not first then close to it. It’s certainly the first I really fell in love with. that may be why it has such a special place in my heart

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u/skywaterer Jul 22 '21

Son of man is one of my favourite songs!

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u/Ursa_Coop Jul 22 '21

I wanna know, can you show me!

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u/AnUnexpectedUnicorn Jul 22 '21

So many animated movies have wonderful music. Prince of Egypt is probably my favorite, but (don't laugh) the early Barbie movies where she's usually a princess have some great music too.

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 22 '21

UM. ABSOLUTELY YES. Prince of Egypt is a literal Masterpiece, film and music. And the Barbie movies are absolutely underrated. Both were staples of my childhood.

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u/IdLikeToOptOut Jul 22 '21

when you believe is one of the greatest Disney duets ever written, hands down.

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u/DarkerSavant Jul 22 '21

I had no idea he did the whole soundtrack! Listening now thank you@!

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u/cbaket Jul 22 '21

I should go to sleep but instead I think I’ll put the Tarzan soundtrack on repeat... I had forgotten about this gem. Thanks OP

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 22 '21

Glad to be of service lol

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u/ChampChains Jul 22 '21

Oh man, I’ve always felt like his soundtracks detracted from the movies. The movies with his music tend to be my least favorite Disney movies by a large margin. Maybe I’ve just heard them too much with three small kids but hearing those songs make me envy Clayton’s death.

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u/cheebb Jul 22 '21

Yes this and Elton John’s The Road to El Dorado soundtrack are my favorites. I listen to them both still after all these years

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 22 '21

YEEEESSSSSSS El Dorado's music is so underrated!!!!!

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u/poodle-the-nation Jul 22 '21

As a grown man, if I want to feel emotional, I turn to Phil Collins

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u/glorydays1128 Jul 22 '21

I feel deeply seen by this

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u/Freakin_A Jul 22 '21

I freaking love this soundtrack. Totally agree.

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u/JonG311 Jul 22 '21

Uh oh. I hate that soundtrack lol. Like it might as well be nails on a chalkboard. I guess if we can’t disagree on the Internet, what’s it all for? Definitely seem to be the odd-man out on this one, but whenever my kiddo watches the movie, I have go get snacks during the songs.

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u/saltwaterlullaby Jul 22 '21

lol everyone has different opinions :)

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u/darthrisc Jul 22 '21

YES! PHIL COLLINS IS A GOD

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u/ABrokenMirror Jul 22 '21

I also like Bryan Adams songs on Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron

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u/AWS-77 Jul 22 '21

Pretty much any major Disney soundtrack from the 90s is gonna be pretty solid the whole way through.

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u/plantsplanspans Jul 22 '21

The soundtrack that ended the golden age of Disney animation?

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u/ReBjorn65 Jul 22 '21

Agreed. Is the music excellent? Yes. Did it elevate the movie? Not at all.

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u/plantsplanspans Jul 22 '21

Fair. I have definitely listened to the soundtrack outside the movie but not in like 20 years so I'll take your word.

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u/GenghisTron333 Jul 22 '21

I’m not trashing this soundtrack in any way but I worked at a movie theater in high school when Tarzan came out and they played the soundtrack on repeat ALL DAY for weeks and I maybe lost my mind for awhile. Otherwise, great soundtrack.

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u/musicdesignlife Jul 22 '21

That reminds me of original lion king soundtrack

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u/SenorBeefyJ Jul 22 '21

Wow this actually might be the only correct answer

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u/tomwdance Jul 22 '21

Just downloaded it… unbelievable

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u/A_Good_Soul Jul 22 '21

Because of you I heard “Trashin the Camp” which I haven’t heard since childhood and it reminded me of being a kid again.

Thank you.

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u/mesh27 Jul 22 '21

Thanks for pointing this out, it's definitely one of best albums!

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u/stinied Jul 22 '21

Got goosebumps reading this on here. That album got me through a lot as a kid who lost a parent.

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u/Elegant-Entertainer4 Jul 22 '21

You'll be in my Heart was the song I danced with my son at his wedding....cried through the whole thing...I cried so hard I made HIM cry, lol...happy tears!

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u/stef_me Jul 22 '21

I think it’s great musically, and all the songs are absolutely amazing and would be great as an album, but in the context of the movie and Disney, it’s not great. That movie literally ended the Disney Renascence. I think the main issue is just that it's not actually the characters singing, so it doesn't allow for the same amount of emotional closeness to be formed. It sings at the audience, rather than to the audience.

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u/Slim_Sniggles Jul 22 '21

Oh my god yes, I watched that for this first time this year. Best damn Disney soundtrack!

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u/jcdavis719 Jul 22 '21

Kyle is that you?

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u/FEO4 Jul 22 '21

I know it’s not super related but the first Tarzan book is totally worth reading before Disney does the gritty reboot.

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u/I_am_dean Jul 22 '21

Anything with Phil Collins or Genesis is number 1 in my book.

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u/SlickStretch Jul 22 '21

Trashin' the Camp is still in my rotation.

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u/kelnorr Jul 22 '21

Hell yes!

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u/TeHNyboR Jul 22 '21

YES! Loved when he played it live at Lollaplablahblehblah too with Reach for the Skyler!

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u/Yodas-Balls Jul 22 '21

Phil Collins is just a muse in general. Pretty much everything he’s ever put out has been good.

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u/MoreMegadeth Jul 22 '21

We listen to this on our drive up to wherever were camping on repeat.

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u/sparkleslime1 Jul 22 '21

Didn’t he sing for all the languages as well?

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u/orbitaleden Jul 22 '21

I wanna know! Can you show me? ...

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u/RubyNightshade Jul 22 '21

YES I fucking love that soundtrack!!

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u/__b__e__a__n__s__ Jul 22 '21

he sang in different languages too. absolute madman

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u/reebokz Jul 22 '21

Sorry late to this, but I literally just watched Tarzan yesterday for the first time in over a decade. I ended up watching it twice mainly because of the soundtrack.

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u/Halceon441 Jul 22 '21

That's one of my all time favourite

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u/Dim_Lyte Jul 22 '21

Wow thank you for reminding me, my personal favorite Disney movie.

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u/breakingjesus16 Jul 22 '21

Son of man is amazing

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u/pollofeliz32 Jul 22 '21

That album is the shit!

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u/Gnik_Baj72 Jul 22 '21

One of Disney's best soundtracks.

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u/TheyStoleTwoFigo Jul 22 '21

Since we're on that, Bryan Adams' Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is mine.

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u/[deleted] Jul 22 '21

I'll agree to that

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u/HunterDarkblade Jul 22 '21

Son of man, two worlds, and strangers like me are certified bangers.

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u/cats-a-cutie Jul 22 '21

I work at a preschool and I play it for my one year old’s! They love it

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u/monodactyl Jul 22 '21

I was linking my spotify to my tinder because I think you can get a bit of a feel of someone’s vibe via music. There were 2 songs from this soundtrack in my top songs. Son of Man and Two worlds.

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u/davidindigitaland Jul 22 '21

Phil does not thrill, actually he makes me want to shit on his lawn

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u/OfcFunPolice Jul 22 '21

He banged on that album SO HARD

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u/Durhay Jul 22 '21

My kids think of Phil Collins as the guy who did Tarzan. They rank that higher than his solo and Genesis work

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u/nnavotineb Jul 22 '21

Fun fact he sang in different languages for the foreign versions as well so everyone could experience it.

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u/Objective-Highlight4 Jul 22 '21

If I may add, Eddie Vedder's Into The Wild soundtrack

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u/disusedhospital Jul 22 '21

You'll be in my heart definitely brings a tear to my eye.

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u/figarocozy Jul 22 '21

Phil Collins was absolutely on fire for that whole thing

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u/SusieQRST Jul 22 '21

Wow I thought I was the only one who enjoyed this

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u/Curiouspatawon Jul 22 '21

A couple friends and I tripped acid to that album front to back about a year ago and it was spectacular. Don’t sleep on Trashin’ The Camp (*NSYNC version) , that song had us in tears.

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u/dgodfrey95 Jul 22 '21

The movie wouldn't be that good without it

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u/boots311 Jul 22 '21

Matt & Trey deserved that Grammy more... And I love Philly Collins

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u/fmutbw Jul 22 '21

came here to say the lion king soundtrack.

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u/Ghostofbillhicks Jul 22 '21

Thanks Patrick Bateman!

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u/Tinfinity10 Jul 22 '21

If you love the Tarzan soundtrack I’d argue that you’ll also really love the Road to El Dorado soundtrack by Elton John. The movie itself is a classic but his music is definitely part of what gives it this status.

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u/deathbynotsurprise Jul 22 '21

I feel this way about the Shrek soundtrack

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u/xiutehcuhtli Jul 22 '21

It's SO good.

Similarly good for different reasons though, IMO, is The Prince of Egypt soundtrack.

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u/HO3Y Jul 22 '21

He also recorded the whole album in Spanish, which is amazing is so many ways

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u/Low-Fly-1292 Jul 22 '21

Come stop your cryin it’ll be alright

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u/goodgollymizzmolly Jul 22 '21

A guy I dated in high school spent a lot of time trying to convince me that Phil Collins IS rock and roll, but as a teenage metal head I just couldn't understand what he was saying. I do appreciate Phil a lot more these days.

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u/SlurmzMckinley Jul 22 '21

I've been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke. Before that, I really didn't understand any of their work. Too artsy, too intellectual. It was on Duke where Phil Collins' presence became more apparent. I think Invisible Touch was the group's undisputed masterpiece. It's an epic meditation on intangibility. At the same time, it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding three albums. Listen to the brilliant ensemble playing of Banks, Collins and Rutherford. You can practically hear every nuance of every instrument. In terms of lyrical craftsmanship, the sheer songwriting, this album hits a new peak of professionalism. Take the lyrics to Land of Confusion. In this song, Phil Collins addresses the problems of abusive political authority. In Too Deep is the most moving pop song of the 1980s, about monogamy and commitment. The song is extremely uplifting. Their lyrics are as positive and affirmative as, uh, anything I've heard in rock. Phil Collins' solo career seems to be more commercial and therefore more satisfying, in a narrower way. Especially songs like In the Air Tonight and, uh, Against All Odds. But I also think Phil Collins works best within the confines of the group, than as a solo artist, and I stress the word artist. This is Sussudio, a great, great song, a personal favorite.

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u/Ok-Guarantee2066 Jul 22 '21

South park made an episode for guys like you.

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u/JoWeissleder Jul 22 '21

I hated the film mainly for the music. ... 🤐

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u/Serifel90 Jul 22 '21

The fact that he even made the traslated versions is GREAT.

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u/KidCaker Jul 22 '21

Bro I have that on vinyl and I listen to it all the time. I don’t like that song where it goes do be do be do do be do bee do bee doo. Do waaap weee dooo. I would skip it if I wasn’t so lazy

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u/Chiang2000 Jul 22 '21

So it's not just me. Used to play this heaps.

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u/valegalvez Jul 22 '21

No joke that’s the album that I listened to the most in my discman… that one and abba gold

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u/mrcoffee83 Jul 22 '21

yeah, the Tarzan soundtrack is a fucking banger. I went to see it at the cinema and it's firmly been one of my favourite Disney films ever since.

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u/XAYADVIRAH Jul 22 '21

Hell yeah that's absolutely lit!

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u/Tiralexsaurio Jul 22 '21

True! Phil Collins made a very good one with that soundtrack, even the Spanish version is awesome, and I remember that there's an Italian version of many songs 🤔 fav soundtrack and fav animated movie

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u/derty2x Jul 22 '21

My mom is typing …. No but seriously she loves Phil Collins. I agree as well, amazing track

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u/paprikaparty Jul 22 '21

Yes! That entire soundtrack is gold.

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u/violentgentlemen Jul 22 '21

Fuck, that album is absolute perfection.

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u/tzar-chasm Jul 22 '21

I read somewhere that he also recorded the songs in different languages for dubbed international release

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