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Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

"Weird Al" Yankovic, London Voices, John Ashton Thomas,

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1
Captain Underpants Theme Song
London Voices; John Ashton Thomas; Mark Graham; Thomas Bowes; Peer Astrom; Chris Fogel; Adam Anders; Alex Anders; Tighe Sheldon; Fredrik Jansson; Tim Davis; Sebastian Zuleta; Mike Babcock; Nikki Anders; Ryan Edgar; Luke Edgemon; Susan Fitzer; Nikki Leonti
2:14
2
A Friend Like You
Andy Grammer
3:40
3
Saturday
Kevin Hart; Thomas Middleditch
0:49
4
Think
Adam Lambert
3:00
5
1812 Ofarture
The Students Of Jerome Horwitz Elementary School
1:09
6
Hallelujah
Kevin Hart; Thomas Middleditch; Ed Helms
0:39
7
Oh Yeah
Lil Yachty
2:51
8
Saturday
Nathan Willett
3:30
9
Comic Book Opening
Theodore Shapiro
1:54
10
Saving The Day
Theodore Shapiro
7:22
11
The Prank For Good
Theodore Shapiro
5:39
Total Playing Time    32:47
“(‘Weird Al’ Yankovic’s theme song) is an appropriately epic tune that should have kids declaring it’s ‘wedgie power time!’ whenever possible.”
- Consequence of Sound

The soundtrack from Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie, a Dreamworks adaptation of Dav Pilkey’s bestselling children’s book series, mirrors the bright humour and irreverence of the film’s underpants-toting superhero. “Weird Al” Yankovic’s theme song sets the cheeky mood of the soundtrack, which also features a new track from Cold War Kids’s Nathan Willet and Lil Yachty’s cover of Yello’s Oh Yeah.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – DreamWorks Animation LLC Studio Masters

Tracks 9 - 11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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