Moana (soundtrack)

Moana: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack is the soundtrack to the 2016 Disney animated film Moana. The soundtrack was released by Walt Disney Records on November 19, 2016. It features songs written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Mark Mancina and Opetaia Foa'i, with lyrics in English, Samoan, Tokelauan and Tuvaluan. The two-disc deluxe edition includes the score, which was composed by Mancina, as well as demos, outtakes and instrumental karaoke tracks. The record also produced two singles.

Moana: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
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Soundtrack album by
ReleasedNovember 19, 2016 (2016-11-19)
Recorded2016
StudioEastwood Scoring Stage, Warner Bros. Studios, Los Angeles (score) Elbo Studios, Avatar Studios, The Hit Factory, NRG Recording Studios, Red Horse Studios, University of the South Pacific
Genre
Length1:09:40
LanguageEnglish, Tokelauan, Tuvaluan, Samoan
LabelWalt Disney
Producer
Mark Mancina chronology
Planes: Fire & Rescue
(2014)
Moana: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
(2016)
Singles from Moana: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
  1. "How Far I'll Go (Alessia Cara version)"
    Released: November 3, 2016
  2. "You're Welcome (Dwayne Johnson version)"
    Released: December 7, 2016
  3. "You're Welcome (Jordan Fisher version)"
    Released: March 1, 2017

The album debuted on the Billboard 200 chart at number 16 and peaked at number 2, kept off the top spot by The Weeknd's Starboy.[1][2] "How Far I'll Go" was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song[3] and the Academy Award for Best Original Song.[4]

RecordingEdit

For the soundtrack, Disney wanted to combine traditional South Pacific culture with pop and Broadway sensibilities, which led to the hiring of Broadway playwright, songwriter and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda, composer Mark Mancina and Tokelauan singer-songwriter Opetaia Foa'i. The first song they completed was "We Know the Way", which Foa'i began after his first meeting with Disney in December 2013. The trio worked together in New Zealand and in Los Angeles.[5][6] At the same time, Miranda was also developing and starring in the Broadway musical Hamilton, which meant he was able to recruit Hamilton stars Phillipa Soo, Christopher Jackson, and Renée Elise Goldsberry as well as In The Heights star Marcy Harriell to help him record demos of his songs.[7]

The songs feature Foa'i's New Zealand-based vocal group Te Vaka, as well as a choir from Fiji.[6] The soundtrack contains seven original songs, two reprises, and two end-credits versions of songs from the film.[8] Mancina composed the score and produced both the score and the songs. In addition to guitars and strings, the score features Polynesian vocals and percussion, woodwinds made from bamboo from the South Pacific, and traditional hide-covered Tyka drums.[5]

According to Miranda, "Shiny" was inspired by the Flight of the Conchords' tribute to David Bowie at the Aspen Comedy Festival in 2004, as well as listening to Bowie's songs on a loop shortly after the singer's death in January 2016.[9]

Commercial performanceEdit

"How Far I'll Go" appears during the film performed by actress Auliʻi Cravalho, and during the end credits performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Alessia Cara.[10] A music video for Cara's version of the song was released on November 3, 2016.[11] It reached number 88 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of December 17, 2016.[12] South African singer Lira[13] and Filipino singer Janella Salvador[14] recorded two English-language versions of "How Far I'll Go" that played over the end credits on the South African and Filipino release of the film, while Indonesian singer Maudy Ayunda and Malaysian singer Ayda Jebat recorded their own versions of the song respectively in Indonesian[15] and Malaysian[16] language.

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jordan Fisher sing a duet on "You're Welcome", which plays over the end credits. The song as performed by Dwayne Johnson appears in the film.[17] Johnson's version of "You're Welcome" peaked at number 83 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of December 17, 2016.[18] The soundtrack also features Jemaine Clement, who voices the coconut crab Tamatoa.[19]

The album sold 509,000 copies in the United States by April 2017, making it the third soundtrack to surpass a half-million in sales that year after Suicide Squad and Trolls.[20] Moana sold 709,000 copies and earned 1,254,000 album-equivalents, finishing as the country's fifth best-selling album of the year and had its ninth largest overall album consumption.[21]

Critical receptionEdit

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic     [22]

Pable Ruiz of Rotascopers said "After the enormous success of Frozen, with its Broadway-type songs written by the married duo of Robert and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Disney decided to repeat the formula" [and use a Broadway star for the recording]. The Deluxe version includes demo songs and songs which were cut from the movie's theatric version.[23]

AccoladesEdit

At the 74th Golden Globe Awards, "How Far I'll Go" was nominated for Best Original Song.[3] It also received a nomination for Best Original Song at the 89th Academy Awards.[4]

Track listingEdit

Disc one
No.TitleLyricsMusicPerformer(s)Length
1."Tulou Tagaloa"Opetaia Foa'iFoa'iOlivia Foa'i and Opetaia Foa'i0:51
2."An Innocent Warrior"Foa'iFoa'iVai Mahina, Sulata Foai-Amiatu and Matthew Ineleo1:37
3."Where You Are"Lin-Manuel MirandaMiranda, Foa'i, Mark MancinaChristopher Jackson, Rachel House, Nicole Scherzinger, Auliʻi Cravalho and Louise Bush3:30
4."How Far I'll Go"MirandaMirandaAuliʻi Cravalho2:43
5."We Know the Way"Foa'i, MirandaFoa'iOpetaia Foa'i and Lin-Manuel Miranda2:21
6."How Far I'll Go (Reprise)"MirandaMiranda, MancinaAuliʻi Cravalho1:27
7."You're Welcome"MirandaMirandaDwayne Johnson2:43
8."Shiny"MirandaMiranda, MancinaJemaine Clement3:05
9."Logo Te Pate"Foa'iFoa'iOlivia Foa'i, Opetaia Foa'i and Talaga Steve Sale2:10
10."I Am Moana (Song of the Ancestors)"Miranda, Foa'iMiranda, Foa'i, MancinaRachel House and Auliʻi Cravalho2:42
11."Know Who You Are"Foa'i, MirandaFoa'i, Miranda, MancinaAuliʻi Cravalho, Vai Mahina, Olivia Foa'i, Opetaia Foa'i and Matthew Ineleo1:12
12."We Know the Way (Finale)"Foa'i, MirandaFoa'iLin-Manuel Miranda and Opetaia Foa'i1:09
13."How Far I'll Go (Alessia Cara version)"MirandaMirandaAlessia Cara2:55
14."You're Welcome" (featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda)MirandaMirandaJordan Fisher (produced by Illmind)2:17
15."Prologue" MancinaMark Mancina2:25
16."He Was You" MancinaMark Mancina0:50
17."Village Crazy Lady" MancinaMark Mancina0:45
18."Cavern" MancinaMark Mancina2:05
19."The Ocean Chose You" MancinaMark Mancina1:17
20."The Hook" MancinaMark Mancina1:09
21."Tala's Deathbed" MancinaMark Mancina2:00
22."Battle of Wills" MancinaMark Mancina3:10
23."Kakamora" MancinaMark Mancina4:33
24."Wayfinding" MancinaMark Mancina1:52
25."Climbing" MancinaMark Mancina0:54
26."Tamatoa's Lair" MancinaMark Mancina2:45
27."Great Escape" MancinaMark Mancina0:59
28."If I Were the Ocean" MancinaMark Mancina3:01
29."Te Ka Attacks" MancinaMark Mancina and Opetaia Foa'i1:41
30."Maui Leaves" MancinaMark Mancina2:05
31."Heartache" MancinaMark Mancina0:39
32."Tala Returns" MancinaMark Mancina1:01
33."Sails to Te Fiti" MancinaMark Mancina and Opetaia Foa'i5:46
34."Shiny Heart" MancinaMark Mancina0:36
35."Te Fiti Restored" MancinaMark Mancina and Opetaia Foa'i1:03
36."Hand of a God" MancinaMark Mancina0:30
37."Voyager Tagaloa" MancinaMark Mancina and Opetaia Foa'i0:57
38."Toe Feiloa'i" MancinaMark Mancina1:25
39."Navigating Home" MancinaMark Mancina0:47
40."The Return to Voyaging" MancinaMark Mancina and Opetaia Foa'i1:01
Total length:1:15:48
Disc two
No.TitleWriter(s)Performer(s)Length
1."Unstoppable" (outtake)Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa'i, Mark MancinaLin-Manuel Miranda3:59
2."More" (outtake)Miranda, Foa'i, MancinaMarcy Harriell3:16
3."More (Reprise)" (outtake)Miranda, Foa'i, MancinaMarcy Harriell2:38
4."Warrior Face" (outtake)MirandaLin-Manuel Miranda2:16
5."Where You Are" (demo)Miranda, Foa'i, MancinaLin-Manuel Miranda3:01
6."You're Welcome" (demo)MirandaLin-Manuel Miranda2:37
7."Shiny" (demo)Miranda, MancinaLin-Manuel Miranda3:04
8."Prologue" (score demo)MancinaMark Mancina2:26
9."Village Crazy Lady" (score demo)MancinaMark Mancina0:45
10."Cavern" (score demo)MancinaMark Mancina2:05
11."Kakamora (Ocean Creatures)" (score demo)MancinaMark Mancina3:58
12."It's Called Wayfinding" (score demo)MancinaMark Mancina0:53
13."Maui Leaves" (score demo)MancinaMark Mancina2:04
14."Sails to Te Fiti" (score demo)MancinaMark Mancina1:37
15."Maui Battles" (score demo)MancinaMark Mancina1:57
16."Sea Monsters" (score demo)MancinaMark Mancina0:45
17."Tala Returns" (score demo)MancinaMark Mancina1:15
18."How Far I'll Go" (instrumental)MirandaLin-Manuel Miranda2:44
19."You're Welcome" (instrumental)MirandaLin-Manuel Miranda2:44
Total length:44:04

ChartsEdit

TracksEdit

Track title Performer(s) Peak positions
US
[12][18][76]
AUS
[77]
CAN
[78]
NZ
[79]
UK
[80][81]
"How Far I'll Go" Auliʻi Cravalho 41 49 58 [a] 55
"How Far I'll Go" Alessia Cara 56 15 46 3 49
"You're Welcome" Dwayne Johnson 65 77 85 [b]
"We Know the Way" Opetaia Foa'i & Lin-Manuel Miranda 93 [c]
"Shiny" Jemaine Clement [d] [e]
"Where You Are" Christopher Jackson, Rachel House, Nicole Scherzinger, Auliʻi Cravalho & Louise Bush [f]
"I Am Moana (Song of the Ancestors)" Rachel House & Auliʻi Cravalho [g]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart.

CertificationsEdit

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[83] Platinum 70,000 
Canada (Music Canada)[84] 2× Platinum 160,000 
France (SNEP)[85] Gold 50,000 
Germany (BVMI)[86] Gold 100,000 
Mexico (AMPROFON)[87] Gold 30,000 
New Zealand (RMNZ)[88] Platinum 15,000 
Poland (ZPAV)[89] Platinum 20,000 
Singapore (RIAS)[90] Gold 5,000*
United Kingdom (BPI)[91] Platinum 300,000 
United States (RIAA)[92] 2× Platinum 2,000,000 

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
  Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "How Far I'll Go" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number one on the NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart.[79]
  2. ^ "You're Welcome" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number three on the NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart.[79]
  3. ^ "We Know the Way" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number two on the NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart.[79]
  4. ^ "Shiny" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number six on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[82]
  5. ^ "Shiny" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number five on the NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart.[79]
  6. ^ "Where You Are" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number six on the NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart.[79]
  7. ^ "I Am Moana (Song of the Ancestors)" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number eight on the NZ Heatseekers Singles Chart.[79]

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