inside-outThe full details of the soundtrack album for Pixar Animation’s Inside Out have been revealed. The album features the film’s original music composed by Academy Award winner Michael Giacchino (Lost, Star Trek, Tomorrowland, Jurassic World) who previously scored the studios’ features The Incredibles, Up, Ratatouille and Cars 2. The soundtrack will be released on June 16, 2015 by Walt Disney Records and is now available for pre-order on Amazon. Inside Out is directed by Pete Docter (Up, Monsters, Inc.) and features the voice talent of Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Mindy Kaling, Lewis Black and Phyllis Smith. The animated feature premiered last week at the Cannes Film Festival and will be released nationwide on June 19 by Walt Disney Pictures. Visit the official movie website for more information about the film.

Here’s the album track list:

1. Bundle of Joy
2. Team Building
3. Nomanisone Island/National Movers
4. Overcoming Sadness
5. Free Skating
6. First Day of School
7. Riled Up
8. Goofball No Longer
9. Memory Lanes
10. The Forgetters
11. Chasing the Pink Elephant
12. Abstract Thought
13. Imagination Land
14. Down in the Dumps
15. Dream Productions
16. Dream a Little Nightmare
17. The Subconscious Basement
18. Escaping the Subconscious
19. We Can Still Stop Her
20. Tears of Joy
21. Rainbow Flyer
22. Chasing Down Sadness
23. Joy Turns to Sadness/A Growing Personality
24. The Joy of Credits

  1. tiago says:

    Beautiful album cover! Congrats for Disney for that.

  2. Roger says:

    Giacchino’s end credits are always the best. John carter, up with credits, 7 plus minutes of musical heaven. this will probably be the same

  3. SDH says:

    Looks like they ran out of puns for this one’s track titles for the most part.

  4. tiago says:

    Just watched the movie today. Its score doesn’t look like anything Giacchino has done before. It is more like a mix of the Interstellar soundtrack, Rob Simonsen and the band Belle and Sebastian. In certain point, I was even afraid that Giacchino has used additional composers (he’s pretty busy this year, after all), but apparently he is just a more versatile composer than we thought.