I’ve blogged before about my love for multi-lingual music. My iTunes rocks the likes of Japanese, French, and Italian usually, with a couple of others sprinkled in there… Korean, Spanish, maybe a little Russian thanks to Regina Spektor. Well, the language count on my iPod soared with the discovery of this! I’m a big fan of Frozen– the movie, but especially the music. It all started when I stumbled across this video.
I was so impressed. My Idina Menzel worship remains unmatched, but I still found myself absolutely in awe that there were so many talented singers who could pull of this song well. I wanted more. I wanted to hear these foreign language versions in their entirety. Luckily, I’m not the only one who felt this craving: “Let it Go the Complete Set” exists. This album available for download on iTunes contains all 41 foreign language versions of “Let it Go” and 9 foreign language versions of the ending credits version of the song.
I listened to it non-stop for a couple of weeks, and I’m still not tired of it. I’m obsessed with the French version… the only other one I can actually understand in its entirety. I also like the Japanese and the Italian… sensing any patterns?
I happen to think this is phenomenally cool and highly recommend checking this album out! If anything, it can be your mantra for Friday… just a few working hours separate us from the weekend, so prepare to let it go!