Stuart Little 2

Stuart Little 2


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When E. B. White's classic mouse adventure first ascended to the big screen, young moviegoers found a new hero in the charming Stuart Little. The furry rodent brings his optimistic worldview to his second movie adventure, and the soundtrack has "Little" family values written all over it. The film's heartwarming themes -- among them friendship, love, and silver linings -- resound in every track. Mandy Moore's smooth pop ballad "Top of the World" evokes Stuart's daring rescue of Margalo, a wounded bird: "You lift me up when I have fallen / You're my friend when I was calling / Now I'm on top of the world." Contemporary gospel duo Mary Mary's upbeat and soulful rendition of "Put a Little Love in Your Heart" will have kids clapping along. Equally soulful is Shawn Colvin's "Hold On to the Good Things," which ties her sweet vocals to reassuring lyrics: "Hold on to the good things, darlin' / Hold on to the silver lining / Hold on to the beautiful melodies /And leave those worries behind us." Adding a country-pop flavor to the mix, precocious preteen sensation Billy Gilman applies his surprisingly sophisticated vocals to the kid-friendly dance tune "Count On Me," on which he touts "what friendship's all about." When Margalo is kidnapped by the evil falcon, Stuart's lonely woes are appropriately marked with Gilbert O' Sullivan's "Alone Again (Naturally)" and Snowbell's humorous rendition of the rock hit "One," sung by Nathan Lane, who voices the character. But, of course, Stuart's determination to save his new friend brings out his wacky side -- perfectly expressed by Steppenwolf's "Born to Be Wild." With cheery tracks and stirring lyrics, this Little soundtrack has an awfully big heart.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/16/2002
Label: Sony
UPC: 0696998671928
catalogNumber: 86719
Rank: 109871

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Shawn Colvin   Track Performer
Céline Dion   Track Performer
Alan Silvestri   Conductor
Steppenwolf   Track Performer
Chantal Kreviazuk   Track Performer
Mandy Moore   Track Performer
Billy Gilman   Track Performer
No Secrets   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Garry Hughes   Producer
Marc Tanner   Producer
Marc Greene   Engineer
John Kalodner   Contributor
Jack Kugell   Arranger,Producer,Vocal Arrangements
Andy Marvel   Arranger,Producer
Mark McKenzie   Orchestration
Gabriel Mekler   Producer
Gordon Mills   Producer
Lloyd Puckitt   Engineer
Dennis Sands   Engineer
Alan Silvestri   Producer
Peter Solley   Producer
Rick Wake   Producer
Josh Deutsch   Producer
Larry Blank   Producer
Billy Mann   Arranger,Producer
Raine Maida   Producer
David Slonaker   Orchestration
Chuck Zwicky   Engineer
Richie Jones   Producer
Andreas Carlsson   Composer
Warryn Campbell   Producer
Kristian Lundin   Composer,Producer
Gregg Wattenberg   Producer,Engineer
Ross Peterson   Engineer
Jason Pennock   Producer
Lucy Fisher   Executive Producer
Douglas Wick   Executive Producer

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Stuart Little 2 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Put a Little love in your heart is the best song on the soundtrack! It adds flavor on the soundtrack!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Mandy Moore and Celine Dion DEFINITELY make the whole soundtrack. I saw the movie today and I fell in love with the Mandy Moore song...and Celine Dion is the greatest female singer, so naturally her song would be good. I think I am going to buy the soundtrack just for them!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love the Mandy Moore song. Can't get it out of my head!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have become so inspired through the story line... I play this at my pediatrics center and the parents love the "Little" Mouse!