It wasn't Disney's first-ever film, but 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' was the premiere soundtrack under Walt Disney Records. Fun fact: It was originally released as three 78rpm singles, before being reissued as a CD in 1993.
Mandy Moore voiced Rapunzel in 2010's 'Tangled' while Eartha Kitt played the evil Yzma in 'The Emperor's New Groove,' Miley was Penny in the animated movie 'Bolt,' and Priyanka voiced Ishani in 2013's 'Planes.'
Despite creating one of the most famous Disney songs in "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes," 'Cinderella' lost out on the 1950 Scoring of a Musical Picture Oscar to 'Annie Get Your Gun.'
Disney loves its boy bands, but has yet to enlist the Backstreet Boys for any type of musical contribution. 'N Sync sang with Phil Collins for 'Tarzan,' 98 Degrees was in 'Mulan' and All-4-One released a single off 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame' soundtrack.
It may not be the most famous Disney tune, but "All for Love" from 1994's 'The Three Musketeers' and performed by Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart and Sting was No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks. "A Whole New World" spent one week atop the chart, while "Let It Go" and "Colors of the Wind" peaked within the Top 5.
Skrillex contributed a remix of his track "Bug Hunt" to 2012 film 'Wreck-It Ralph.' Rihanna, Owl City, Kool & The Gang and AKB48 all appear on the soundtrack, too.
A character describes the Arabian country with, "Where they cut off your ear / If they don't like your face" and added, "it's barbaric, but hey, it's home." Disney received so much flack for the violent portrayal of Arabs that they changed the lyrics on the CD and home-video releases.
Christina Aguilera got her big break singing the classic Disney ballad "Reflection," while 98 Degrees and Stevie Wonder teamed up on the track "True to Your Heart."
While several have been nominated through the years, it was "A Whole New World" performed by Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle that actually won the coveted award in 1994.
Fall Out Boy recorded the song "Immortals" which was the first song in the 'Big Hero 6' compilation. But we'd love to see more pop-punk in the future!
Techno-pop girl group Perfume offered the song "Polyrhythm" to the Tokyo-set 'Cars' sequel.