WaterTower Music today announced the February 7, 2019, digital release of two albums of music from the exciting new animated adventure The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, the sequel to the critically-acclaimed global box office phenomenon that started it all, The LEGO Movie.
Both a soundtrack album and a score album will be released on February 7, the day before the film comes to theaters nationwide from Warner Bros. Pictures.
The new music featured on the soundtrack collection includes the end title song Super Cool, from Beck feat. Robyn & The Lonely Island, the infectious Catchy Song by Dillon Francis feat. T- Pain & That Girl Lay Lay, and two songs performed in the film by Tiffany Haddish – the solo Not Evil and a hilarious duet with Will Arnett entitled Gotham City Guys. Stephanie Beatriz performs on two songs – the solo 5:15 and, as part of a LEGO cast performance, one of the two reimagined versions of Everything is Awesome featured on the soundtrack. The second version of the song, titled Everything Is Awesome (Tween Dream Remix), is offered by comedy twosome Garfunkel & Oates. Come Together Now is performed by indie dance duo Matt & Kim; Yossi Guetta, Esther Guetta & Fiora Cutler perform Welcome to the Systar System; and Superorganism rounds out the album with Hello Me and You.
Five of the songs on the soundtrack were written by Canadian comedian Jon LaJoie.
In addition to the soundtrack album, WaterTower Music is releasing a buoyant 34-track score album by Mark Mothersbaugh, the famed composer, performer, author, producer, designer and visual artist whose work has become part of pop culture consciousness. He is the co-creator and front man for the seminal new wave band DEVO, which is one of the 2019 nominees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Mothersbaugh is an award-winning film and television composer who has scored huge hits like The Royal Tenenbaums, Rushmore, The LEGO Movie, Thor: Ragnarok, and the iconic television series Rugrats.
The The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part soundtrack is now available for preorder and will be available digitally on February 7, 2019. A CD will be available later this year.