Tarzan was a Disney classic with a difference. While the 37th animated feature film from the studio had all the hallmarks of a traditional blockbuster – a heartstring-tugging plot, thrilling action scenes, unlikely romance, and a fearless hero – when it came to the soundtrack, Disney broke with convention.
From 1989’s The Little Mermaid to Hercules in 1997, show-stopping music had been an integral part of Disney’s renaissance. Each of these films featured songs that leaned heavily on the Broadway tradition – a mix of show tunes and power ballads sung by characters in the movie.
Tarzan was different. The filmmakers were keen for Tarzan’s songs to evoke the strong tribal rhythms of African music and rather than use Broadway-tested writers, looked to the rock world for inspiration. Music producer Chris Montan turned to Phil Collins, then one of the biggest solo stars on the planet.
2.You'll Be In My Heart
3.Son of Man
4.Trashin' the Camp
5.Strangers Like Me
6.Two Worlds Reprise
7.Trashin' the Camp(Phil And n Sync Version) (Provided)
8.You'll Be in My Heart(Phil Version)
9.Two Worlds (Phil Version)
10.A Wondrous Place(Score) (Provided)
11.Moves Like an Ape, Looks Like A Man(Score) (Provided)
12.The Gorillas(Score) (Provided)
13.One Family(Score) (Provided)
14.Two Worlds Finale