‘Now That’s What I Call Disney Junior Music’ Out Now

NOW That’s What I Call Music! and Walt Disney Records have once again teamed up for a special NOW album collection showcasing beloved Disney music hits, which I s available today for digital and CD preorder for release on March 16th in the US.  The CD is out now in the UK.

Building on the success of four previously released NOW That’s What I Call Disney and NOW That’s What I Call Disney Princess album collections, NOW That’s What I Call Disney Junior Music features 20 of the best hits from the Disney Junior channel. The album features songs from the channel’s most popular shows, including “Doc McStuffins,” “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,” “Puppy Dog Pals,” “Vampirina,” “Happy Helpers,” “Sofia the First,” and more. It’s the perfect soundtrack for young children and Disney fans alike!

Here is the track list:

  • DJ Shuffle
  • Time for Your Check Up – Doc McStuffins
  • Way Out (Miles from Tomorrowland Theme)
  • Hot Dog! – Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  • Jake and the Never Land Pirates (Main Title)
  • Get Up and Dance (Sheriff Callie and Minnie Mouse Version)
  • Choo Choo Boogie – Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  • Puppy Dog Pals Main Title Theme Puppy Dog Pals
  • Minnie’s Bowtique – Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
  • Blue Ribbon Bunny (Featuring Clover) Sofia the First
  • Happy Helpers Theme Song  Mickey and the Roadster Racers
  • Here Comes the Lion Guard
  •  Vampirina Theme
  • Elena of Avalor (Main Title)
  • Amazing Lucky Scarf Sheriff Callie’s Wild West
  • Sofia the First Main Title Theme (Featuring Sofia)
  • My Time Elena of Avalor
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Theme
  • The Birthday Song Choo Choo Soul
  • Zuka Zama The Lion Guard

Here is a look at the album cover:

You can pre-order this CD now from Amazon


One comment

  • Charlie

    This seems like a worthwhile collection to play for my two-year-old, but it’s light on songs from Puppy Dog Pals and Vampirina that she loves. And as short as these songs are, you’d think they could have easily doubled the track listing. We’re better off using the Disney Junior YouTube playlists like we do now.

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