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Kung Fu Panda is the soundtrack of the film of the same name. It is composed by Hans Zimmer and John Powell and was originally released on June 3, 2008. It won an Annie Award in the category of "Best Music in an Animated Feature Production" for Hans Zimmer and John Powell.[1]

The Asian version of the soundtrack includes two more versions of "Kung Fu Fighting", each performed by Korean singer Rain and by Filipino singer Sam Concepcion. They are played instead of the original version by Cee-Lo Green and Jack Black in Asian screenings of the film.

Track listing

No. Track Name Length Scene(s) / Notes
1. "Hero" 4:42 The film's prologue where Po dreams of the Furious Five    Po's day at work
2. "Let The Tournament Begin" 1:59 Po struggles to gain access to the Palace's tournament
3. "Dragon Warrior Is Among Us" 2:57 Po is declared the Dragon Warrior by Master Oogway
4. "Tai Lung Escapes" 7:06 Tai Lung escapes from prison
5. "Peach Tree Of Wisdom" 1:53 Po and Oogway talk under the Peach Tree of Heavenly Wisdom
6. "Accu-flashback" 4:05 Tigress narrates the story of Shifu and Tai Lung
7. "Impersonating Shifu" 2:18 Po entertains the Five by imitating Master Shifu
8. "The Sacred Pool Of Tears" 9:51 Shifu brings Po to the Pool of Sacred Tears    Training montage of Po being taught Kung Fu by Shifu    Shifu presents Po with the Dragon Scroll    Po realizes the secret of the Dragon Scroll
9. "Training Po" 1:28 The "keep-away" sparring match between Po and Shifu over dumplings
10. "The Bridge" 3:23 The battle between the Furious Five and Tai Lung on the Thread of Hope
11. "Shifu Faces Tai Lung" 4:47 The fight between Shifu and Tai Lung
12. "The Dragon Scroll" 2:31 The "keep-away" battle between Po and Tai Lung over the Dragon Scroll
13. "Po vs. Tai Lung" 2:41 The final battle between Po and Tai Lung
14. "Dragon Warrior Rises" 3:22 Po is revealed to be the true Dragon Warrior
15. "Panda Po" 2:39 Po's theme    Played during the credits
16. "Oogway Ascends" 2:04 Oogway ascending to the Heavens
17. "Kung Fu Fighting" 2:30 Performed by Cee-Lo Green and Jack Black    Played during film credits
18. "Kung Fu Fighting" 3:27 Performed by Rain (East Asian Edition only)
19. "Kung Fu Fighting" 2:20 Performed by Sam Concepcion (East Asian Edition only)
20. "Kung Fu Fighting" 2:33 Performed by Mumiy Troll (Russian Edition only)
Total length: 60:16

Lyrics

Kung Fu Fighting

Everybody is kung fu fighting,
Your mind becomes fast as lightning
Although the future is a little bit frightening (a little bit frighting)
It's the book of your life that you're writing

You're a diamond in the rough,
A brilliant ball of clay,
You can be a work of art,
If you just go all the way,

Now what would it take to break?
I believe that you can bend,
Not only do you have to fight,
But you have got to win,

Everybody is kung fu fighting,
Your mind becomes fast as lightning
Although the future is a little bit frightening (a little bit frighting)
It's the book of your life that you're writing (life that you're writing)

You are a natural,
Why is it so hard to see?
Maybe its just because,
you keep on looking at me

The journeys a lonely one,
So much more than we know
But, sometimes you've got to go
Go on and be your own hero.

'Cause everybody is kung fu fighting, (kung fu fighting)
Your mind becomes fast as lightning
Although the future is a little bit frightening (a little bit frighting)
It's the book of your life that you're writing (life that you're writing)

You're a diamond in the rough,
A brilliant ball of clay,
You can be a work of art,
If you just go all the way,

Now what would it take to break?
I believe that you can bend,
Not only do you have to fight,
But you have got to win,

'Cause everybody is kung fu fighting, (kung fu fighting)
Your mind becomes fast as lightning.
Although the future is a little bit frightening (a little bit frighting)
It's the book of your life that you're writing

Accolades

Award Category Winner/Nominee Result
36th Annie Awards Best Music in an Animated Feature Production Hans Zimmer
John Powell
Won

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References

  1. AnnieAwards.org - "36th Annie Awards"
  2. NationalLedger.com - "The Big Screen Scene" by Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith. Published September 18, 2007. Retrieved September 11, 2010.

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