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Album: The Road to El Dorado (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

Artist: Elton John

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • Copyright: ℗ 2000 SKG Music L.L.C.

Tracklist For The Road to El Dorado (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) By Artist Elton John

Title Artist Time
1
El Dorado Elton John 4:22 USD Album Only
2
Someday Out of the Blue (Theme Elton John 4:47 USD Album Only
3
Without Question Elton John 4:47 USD Album Only
4
Friends Never Say Goodbye Elton John 4:20 USD Album Only
5
The Trail We Blaze Elton John 3:53 USD Album Only
6
16th Century Man Elton John 3:39 USD Album Only
7
The Panic In Me Elton John 5:40 USD Album Only
8
It's Tough to Be a God Elton John & Randy Newman 3:49 USD Album Only
9
Trust Me Elton John 4:45 USD Album Only
10
My Heart Dances Elton John 4:51 USD Album Only
11
Queen of Cities Elton John 3:54 USD Album Only
12
Cheldorado (feat. Heitor Perei Hans Zimmer 4:26 USD Album Only
13
The Brig (feat. Triology) Hans Zimmer 2:58 USD Album Only
14
Wonders of the New World Elton John & Hans Zimmer 5:55 USD Album Only

Reviews For The Road to El Dorado (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) By Artist Elton John

  • amazing work by elton john

    5
    By Clara Taylor
    you can tell he worked hard on each of the songs, creating a unique and lively sounding album. it’s one of my favorite soundtracks of all time, and i’m sad most of these songs didn’t make it into the final cut of the movie. i see a lot of people complaining that “it’s tough to be a god” is not the one from the movie but i prefer his version much more. him and randy newman are an amazing duo!! love this album so much !!
  • Disappointed

    2
    By Topher339
    The first four songs are fine and seem to be as they are in the film. However, The Trail We Blaze and It's Tough to be a God are both obviously not the same as the film and not nearly as good. It's Tough to Be a God almost isn't even the same song outside of the lyrics. The rest of the songs are probably ones you won't remember or won't care about. The fact that you have to buy the whole album for the few songs you really want is rediculous.
  • Still a Great Album

    5
    By GreySniperWolfXXD
    All of the songs are the same from the movie except for “It’s Tough To Be a God”, which is sung really nicely but I would have preferred the one from the movie better. Besides that it’s still a really great album with beautiful and catchy music.
  • Not the same

    1
    By BunnyTummy93
    Not the same songs as the ones in the movie except for “the trail we blaze” but you have to buy the whole album
  • :(

    1
    By annamarie--90
    Not the original songs from the movie.
  • No

    1
    By Beardedbro
    Not the songs for the animated film Road to El Dorado, just renditions of them. iTunes, PLEASE come to an agreement about the soundtrack for the film - the original soundtracks are always better

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