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Rio 2 (Music From the Motion Picture)


Download links and information about Rio 2 (Music From the Motion Picture). This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 39:07 minutes.

Release date: 2014
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 14
Duration: 39:07
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No. Title Length
1. What Is Love (Janelle Monáe / Janelle Monae) 3:31
2. Rio Rio (feat. B.o.B) (Ester Dean) 2:41
3. Beautiful Creatures (Rita Moreno, Andy García / Andy Garcia, Barbatuques) 2:07
4. Welcome Back (Bruno Mars) 1:08
5. Ô Vida (Carlinhos Brown, Nina De Freitas) 1:47
6. It's a Jungle Out Here (feat. UAKTI) [Brazilian Version] (Philip Lawrence) 3:59
7. Don't Go Away (feat. UAKTI) (Anne Hathaway, Flávia Maia / Flavia Maia) 2:38
8. Batucada Familia (Jamie Foxx, Rita Moreno, Carlinhos Brown, Siedah Garrett, Amy Heidemann, Rachel Crow, Andy García / Andy Garcia) 2:42
9. Poisonous Love (Kristin Chenoweth, Jemaine Clement) 3:30
10. I Will Survive (Kristin Chenoweth, Jemaine Clement) 1:51
11. Bola Viva (Carlinhos Brown) 3:22
12. Favo de Mel (Milton Nascimento) 3:08
13. It's a Jungle Out Here (Philip Lawrence) 4:00
14. What Is Love (Jamie Foxx, Carlinhos Brown, Anne Hathaway, Janelle Monáe / Janelle Monae, Jessie Eisenberg) 2:43



In scoring this second installment of Fox’s Rio animated franchise, English composer John Powell pondered this question: “When did we get melody? Our lives are filled with tunes, but when did it start? I realized it must have been the birds; hundreds of millions of years ago, birds gave the world song. We can only wonder at the force of nature that was able to attract a mate using a beautiful song.” Powell then bolstered his whimsical inspiration with a vibrant cocktail of Brazilian rhythms and musicians, including guitarist/singer/songwriter Milton Nascimento, eclectic vocalist Carlinhos Brown, and The Barbatuques, notable for using their own bodies as percussion instruments. The composer’s crowning touch was handing the baton to José Serebrier, the internationally renowned Uruguayan conductor. “José has conducted all the world’s orchestras,” Powell proudly notes. “But I was the first to persuade him to come over to the dark side and work in Hollywood. He of course took to it like the proverbial fish.”