Danny Elfman’s ALICE IN WONDERLAND score available for streaming

Joshua Brunsting

by: Joshua Brunsting
February 25th, 2010

Finally, something other than neo-pop-punk-emo music to talk about in relation to ALICE IN WONDERLAND.

Now officially a week out, it looks like Walt Disney Records has made clips of all 24 tracks from Danny Elfman’s score to the Tim Burton-directed ALICE available for streaming. Most of the publicity for the film musicwise has come from the "Almost Alice" companion disc, so while it’s really late in the game, it is nice to finally get a glimpse of the tracks that we will hear come next Friday.

It’s nothing really all that new or too interesting, but I do think that it works for what the film seems to ask of it. While the tracks are really kind of bland, it’s a much more visually striking film, so I think that it will be just perfect for what the film will need of it. I’m not the biggest Danny Elfman fan, but I do dig a few of these tracks, so of all of the things I’ve seen (or in this case, heard) from the film, this is one of the things that has me actually excited to check it out. Both discs will be available on March 2.

Here’s the track listing:

1. Alice's Theme
2. Little Alice
3. Proposal / Down the Hole
4. Doors
5. Drink Me
6. Into the Garden
7. Alice Reprise #1
8. Bandersnatched
9. Finding Absolem
10. Alice Reprise #2
11. The Cheshire Cat
12. Alice and Bayard's Journey
13. Alice Reprise #3
14. Alice Escapes
15. The White Queen
16. Only a Dream
17. The Dungeon
18. Alice Decides
19. Alice Reprise #4
20. Going to Battle
21. The Final Confrontation
22. Blood of the Jabberwocky
23. Alice Returns
24. Alice Reprise #5

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