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12/19/2013 10:56 am ET

'Frozen' Joins List Of 10 Highest-Selling Animated Soundtracks

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First, "Frozen" became a massive box-office success; now, it ranks among the most popular animated-movie soundtracks of all time. It's only the 10th soundtrack to crack the Billboard Top 10, where it's now in the company of classics like "Aladdin" and "The Lion King." That means you're not the only one who rushed to download the album so you can dance around your house while belting out "Let It Go" on repeat all day long.

Here's a look at the 10 soundtracks that have claimed the honor (ordered chronologically), along with the records' most memorable tracks.

"Aladdin" (1992)
aladdin
Billboard peak: No. 1
Most memorable songs: "Arabian Nights," "Friend Like Me," "Prince Ali," "A Whole New World"
Movie's domestic box office: $217 million

"The Lion King" (1994)
the lion king
Billboard peak: No. 1
Most memorable songs: "Circle of Life," "I Just Can't Wait to Be King," "Hakuna Matata," "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"
Movie's domestic box office: $313 million (not including 2002 and 2011 re-releases)

"Pocahontas" (1995)
pocahontas
Billboard peak: No. 1
Most memorable songs: "The Virginia Company," "Colors of the Wind," "If I Knew You"
Movie's domestic box office: $142 million

"Space Jam" (1996)
space jam
Billboard peak: No. 2
Most memorable songs: Seal - "Fly Like an Eagle," R. Kelly - "I Believe I Can Fly," Monica - "For You I Will," All-4-One - "I Turn To You," B-Real, Busta Rhymes, Coolio, LL Cool J and Method Man - "Hit 'Em High (The Monstars' Anthem)"
Movie's domestic box office: $90 million

"Pokémon: The First Movie" (1999)
pokemon the first movie
Billboard peak: No. 8
Most memorable songs: Billy Crawford - "Pokémon Theme," M2M - "Don't Say You Love Me," Britney Spears - "Soda Pop," 'N Sync - "Somewhere, Someday," Blessid Union of Souls - "Brother My Brother"
Movie's domestic box office: $86 million

"Tarzan" (1999)
tarzan
Billboard peak: No. 5
Most memorable songs: "Two Worlds, "You'll Be in My Heart," "Strangers Like Me"
Movie's domestic box office: $171 million

"Shrek 2" (2004)
shrek 2
Billboard peak: No. 8
Most memorable songs: Counting Crows - "Accidentally in Love," Butterfly Boucher and David Bowie - "Changes," Jennifer Saunders - "Fairy Godmother Song," Antonio Banderas and Eddie Murphy - "Livin' La Vida Loca"
Movie's domestic box office: $441 million

"Cars" (2006)
cars
Billboard peak: No. 6
Most memorable songs: Sheryl Crow - "Real Gone," Rascal Flatts - "Life is a Highway," James Taylor - "Our Town," John Mayer - "Route 66"
Movie's domestic box office: $244 million

"Curious George" (2006)
curious george
Billboard peak: No. 1
Most memorable songs: Jack Johnson - "Upside Down," Jack White - "We Are Going to Be Friends," Ben Harper ft. Jack Johnson - "With My Own Two Hands"
Movie's domestic box office: $58 million

"Frozen" (2013)
frozen
Billboard peak: TBD (currently No. 10)
Most memorable songs: "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?," "In Summer," "Let It Go"
Movie's domestic box office: $168 million (and counting)

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