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6 Degrees Entertainment

Title - 'Zombies 2' (Original TV Movie Soundtrack)
Artist - Various

Just as expected, 'Zombies 2' includes so many iconic performances and with the music having premiered on Disney Channel on February 14th, 2020, well, we haven't been able to get all the catchy songs out of our heads since!

After the humans and zombies unite in the first film, the sequel follows the arrival of another supernatural species: werewolves. And let's just say they're not as willing to make nice!

In addition to all of the flashy choreography and catchy melodies, the film also features empowering songs about embracing what makes you different, despite what other people think.

1. 'We Got This' - Cast
2. 'We Own The Night' - Chandler Kinney, Pearce Joza and Baby Ariel
3. 'Like The Zombies Do' - Kylee Russell, Chandler Kinney and Pearce Joza
4. 'Gotta Find Where I Belong' - Milo Mannheim and Meg Donnelly
5. 'Call To The Wild' - Meg Donnelly, Chandler Kinney and Pearce Joza
6. 'I'm Winning' - Cast
7. 'Flesh & Bone' - Cast
8. 'One For All' - Cast
9. 'Someday (Reprise)' - Milo Manheim and Meg Donnelly
10. 'The New Kid in Town' - Baby Ariel

As with the first movie and soundtrack, everything about this music from 'Zombies 2' is as magnificent, as fun, as pop bouncy as you could ever hope it to be!

From the anthemic, fists pumped to the sky opening of 'We Got This' on through to the funky pop bounce of 'Like the Zombies Do,' the sing-along, everyone come together vibe of 'I'm Winning,' and both the dancefloor brilliance of 'One for All,' and even a really sweet reprise of 'Someday' from the original movie (sung by Milo Manheim and Meg Donnelly), there simply isn't a dropped beat or faux melody to be found here!

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