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Disney's Karaoke Series: Duets is a 2004 Walt Disney Records album featuring karaoke versions of Disney songs.


  • Audio CD (March 30, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Karaoke
  • Label: Walt Disney Records
  • ASIN: B0001MZ7S2

Track listings

  1. So This Is Love (Instrumental Version)
  2. Winnie The Pooh (Instrumental Version)
  3. Toy Story: You've Got A Friend In Me (Instrumental Version)
  4. Monsters, Inc.: If I Didn't Have You (Instrumental Version)
  5. I Just Can't Wait To Be King (Instrumental Version)
  6. I Won't Say (I'm In Love) (Instrumental Version)
  7. The Bare Necessitites (Instrumental Version)
  8. Hakuna Matata
  9. So This Is Love (Vocal Versions)
  10. Winnie The Pooh (Vocal Versions)
  11. Toy Story: You've Got A Friend In Me (Vocal Versions)
  12. Monsters, Inc.: If I Didn't Have You (Vocal Versions)
  13. I Just Can't Wait To Be King (Vocal Versions)
  14. I Won't Say (I'm In Love) (Vocal Versions)
  15. The Bare Necessitites (Vocal Versions)
  16. Hakuna Matata (Vocal Versions)

Editorial Reviews

There is no sense picking up Duets or any of the Disney Karaoke series unless you, or whoever you are buying it for, has a karaoke machine, and Disney is forthright about letting potential buyers know it (the cover features a microphone prominently, and a TV screen below it alerts potential buddy-belters to its on-screen lyrics feature). The main consideration here, then, is not the music--which, for karaoke purposes, has to be kept fairly tepid--but the track selection. The producers picked wisely, going deep for half the songs and splitting the difference with a dose plucked from partner Pixar movies; thus, "Winnie the Pooh" butts up against "You've Got a Friend in Me" from Toy Story, etc. Vocal versions arrive on the heels of the instrumentals for anyone requiring a primer on inflection and phrasing, but the big fun, of course, is the side-by-side factor. Something about passing a mike back and forth, even when it's only in someone's basement, says "friends for life" as much as swapping diaries, only in a much cooler, if occasionally off-key, way. --Tammy La Gorce

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