Walt Disney Records will release a soundtrack album for the upcoming animated film Mars Needs Moms. The soundtrack features about 50 minutes of the original score by Academy Award-nominated composer John Powell. The album will be released digitally on March 8, 2011. To listen to audio clips from the soundtrack, visit Amazon. Mars Needs Moms centers on young boy named Milo, who gains a deeper appreciation for his mom after Martians come to Earth to take her away. The film is directed by Simon Wells (The Prince of Egypt, The Time Machine) and produced by Robert Zemeckis. The movie’s voice talent includes Dan Fogler, Mindy Sterling and Joan Allen. To find out more about the movie, watch the trailer below and visit the official movie webpage.


Here’s the album tracklisting:

1. Mars Observers
2. Abduction/Trashworld
3. Enjoy the Ride
4. Mars Needs Moms
5. Gribble’s Plan
6. Milo Escapes
7. Gribble’s Loss
8. Firing Squad
9. To the Surface
10. The Sacrifice
11. Transformation
12. Family Reunion
13. Mars Needs Moms Credits Suite
14. Martian Mambo

  1. Jxe says:

    Hell yes!

  2. Nacmac says:

    Great soundtrack from John, much better than the film deserves. The only criticism I have of the score is some of the cues harked back to How to train your Dragon. Overall though 8/10 for me on the score (4 out of 10 for the flick).