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Planes: Fire & Rescue (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)


Download links and information about Planes: Fire & Rescue (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) by Mark Mancina. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 33 tracks with total duration of 56:35 minutes.

Artist: Mark Mancina
Release date: 2014
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 33
Duration: 56:35
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No. Title Length
1. Still I Fly (featuring Spencer Lee) 3:57
2. Runway Romance (featuring Brad Paisley) 2:44
3. All In (featuring Brad Paisley) 3:45
4. Planes: Fire & Rescue - Main Title 2:26
5. Propwash 1:56
6. Out of Production 1:09
7. Dusty Crash Lands 0:57
8. Fire! 1:29
9. An All New Mayday 1:04
10. Sad Mayday 2:00
11. Pontoons 0:45
12. A Special Kind of Plane 0:25
13. Training Dusty 2:20
14. We Got the Gear Box 0:37
15. Cad 1:24
16. Blazin’ Blade Mystery 0:22
17. Mystery of Blaze-Lightning 1:22
18. Lightning Storm Fire 1:46
19. (It's) Hip To Be Cad 2:28
20. Harvey & Winnie 0:40
21. Cheers 0:11
22. Nobody Has Your Gear Box 0:55
23. Fire By the Lodge 3:39
24. Behind Enemy Lines 2:24
25. Evacuation 1:25
26. Blade Is Down 1:04
27. Loopin’ Lopez 1:14
28. Tourist Trapped 2:28
29. Fire Heroes 2:18
30. Rescue Harvey & Winnie 2:09
31. Dusty Saves the Day 0:53
32. Saving Dusty 1:07
33. You Had Us Worried 3:12



Veteran Disney animation composer Mark Mancina says his music for the sequel to the studio’s aviation-themed 2013 hit finds the lead character—plane Dusty Crophopper—more grown-up. "So the music wanted to be a little more grown-up: a little bit richer," he says. "There’s an arc to his life, and the music needed to follow that arc.” The composer’s writing was inspired by the film’s natural settings: “It comes from an earthy direction, so there’s a lot of orchestral percussion, French horn, strings, and woodwinds.” Mancina also proudly notes “we were lucky enough to have Bruce Hornsby play piano on the score, which brought it a completely different color and a much more mature feel.” The soundtrack is anchored by a trio of pop songs: Kansas-born Spencer Lee’s ballad “You Make Me Fly” and a pair of cuts from country star Brad Paisley (“Runway Romance” and the self-penned “All In”). Paisley takes special pride in the latter, noting its first-responder theme has personal resonance: “My father’s a firefighter. And my brother-in-law and several family members are firefighters. I was really honored to pay tribute to them.“