The Star Soundtrack is Here to Start the Holidays Early

The Star soundtrack

Epic Records wants to you to start the holiday festivities early with their upcoming release of The Star soundtrack. The 12-track album will go on sale later this month.

Get the Star Music Before Seeing the Film

The album will have all the songs from the film including the title track from Mariah Carey. Other featured artists include Fifth Harmony, Kelsea Ballerini, Kirk Franklin, A Great Big World, Zara Larsson, Yolanda Adams, Jake Owen, Casting Crowns, Jessie James Decker, Saving Forever, and Pentatonix. Epic will release The Star soundtrack on October 27, 2017, but you already get it from Amazon on pre-order now.

The Timothy Reckart animated film stars Steven Yeun, Gina Rodriguez, Zachary Levi, Keegan-Michael Key, Kelly Clarkson, Anthony Anderson, Kristin Chenoweth, Tracy Morgan, Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey. Sony Pictures will release it to theaters on November 17, 2017. You can learn more about it at the official movie website.

The Star Soundtrack Track List

  1. The Star – Mariah Carey
  2. Children Go Where I Send You – Kelsea Ballerini
  3. We Three Kings – Kirk Franklin
  4. Can You See – Fifth Harmony
  5. Life Is Good – A Great Big World
  6. Mary, Did You Know? – Zara Larsson
  7. Holy Night – Yolanda Adams
  8. What Christmas Means to Me – Saving Forever
  9. Breath of Heaven (Mary’s Song) – Jessie James Decker
  10. His Eye Is on the Sparrow – Casting Crowns
  11. What Child Is This? – Jake Owen
  12. Carol of the Bells – Pentatonix

The Star Film Trailer

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I am not a fan of doing holiday stuff before Thanksgiving. So, I am already disappointed with The Star. It is indeed an interesting take on the Christmas story tough. Kids will love it. I am not so sure about adults. From the trailer, the film looks like they are trying too hard to make the story a comedy. Such a stunt is not new, and others did much better than this. Still, the film might be a good way to teach children the tale. Either way, I will not see it. I will spend my birthday weekend doing something else.

If your kids want to see The Star, post your plans in the comments below. If not, you can post your favorite Christmas movie. Mine is Diehard. Until next time, feel free to read the other news posts here at Toon Radio.

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