Sly & Robbie
Toots & The Maytals
Easy Star All-Stars/Michael G.
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Ah, the days when Disney was actually good. Disney started out as Walt Disney starting a company to show kids’ cartoons. He started out with Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, his first cartoon. He later came out with Steamboat Willie, the absolute first Mickey Mouse Cartoon. He later added in characters Donald Duck and Goofy (the dog), not to mention Pluto. After tons of competition with Popeye the Sailor, he came out with his first movie, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the highest grossing kids’ movie, grossing in at about 12 billion—with a B—dollars. He continued on to more fame with Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, and other Fairy Tales. He also managed to build the world’s first theme park, Disneyland. Although he died abruptly in 1966, his fame and legacy continued. His company eventually came out with other movies, with tons of fame, including the classics, including The Jungle Book, The Little Mermaid (and its sequel 10 years later), and The Lion King, which had the famous Elton John writing the soundtrack. Eventually, when computer animation became popular, Disney bought Pixar Animation Studios, a film company exclusively for computer animation. Many popular hits were released, including Toy Story (and its famous two sequels), Monsters, Inc, A Bug’s Life, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, WALL-E, Up, and Ratatouille. These movies in particular combined children-style movies with adult themes. Each movie was a HUGE success, and about 100% of critics on Rotten Tomatoes liked these movies. Pixar consistently creates better and better movies, with funnier antics thrown is as well. The Pixar animated films are just pure excellence. They have many upcoming movies, including Cars 2, Brave, and Monsters, Inc. 2. I’m sure that they will be excellent. Anyway, in these soundtracks, there are many reggae style songs here, and this is a large compilation of all of them.