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Tarzan was the first Disney soundtrack to be recorded in multiple languages for different markets, by original singer Collins were English, Italian, German, Spanish and French versions. Phil Collins was helped by composer Eric Serra to record and produce French version of the songs.
The Tarzan soundtrack was released by Walt Disney Records on May 18, 1999. The soundtrack peaked at #5 on the Billboard charts during the week of July 10, 1999, coinciding with the film's theatrical run, and was a major comeback for Collins who also won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for "You'll Be In My Heart".
A promotion was held at the Disney Store. Customers who bought the soundtrack received a free and exclusive single of "You'll Be in My Heart". The soundtrack itself was labeled limited edition, including a holographic cover and an individual collector’s number.
- "Two Worlds" (Phil Collins) – 3:18
- "You'll Be in My Heart" (Glenn Close & Phil Collins Version) – 1:36
- "Son of Man" – 2:44
- "Trashin' the Camp" (Rosie O'Donnell & Phil Collins Version) – 2:16
- "Strangers Like Me" – 3:00
- "Two Worlds Reprise" – 0:51
- "Trashin' the Camp" (Phil Collins and 'N Sync Version) – 2:23
- "You'll Be in My Heart" (Phil Collins Version) – 4:18
- "Two Worlds" (Phil Collins Version) – 2:42
- "A Wondrous Place" (Score) – 5:18
- "Moves Like an Ape, Looks Like a Man" (Score) – 2:57
- "The Gorillas" (Score) – 4:28
- "One Family" (Score) – 3:48
- "Two Worlds Finale" – 1:16
|1999||The Billboard 200||5|
|1999||"You'll Be in My Heart"||Phil Collins||Billboard Hot 100||21|
|2000||"Strangers Like Me"||Adult Contemporary||10|
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