The Monsters University soundtrack was composed by Randy Newman. It is his seventh collaboration with Pixar as composer. The soundtrack was released by Walt Disney Records on June 18, 2013.[1][2]

The songs "Main Title", "Rise and Shine", and "The Scare Games" feature the drum line from the Blue Devils group "BD Entertainment". The recordings for the percussion tracks were done at Skywalker Ranch,[3] and were written by Blue Devils Percussion Caption Head Scott Johnson.[4]

The songs "Island", by Mastodon, and "Gospel", by MarchFourth Marching Band, are featured during the film but do not appear on the soundtrack. The song "Party Hard" by Andrew W.K. is featured prominently in the teaser trailers but did not appear on the soundtrack or in the film.

Additionally, much of the drum line percussion music was performed by BD Entertainment,[5] a division of BD Performing Arts, which also manages the World Champion Blue Devils Drum & Bugle Corps.

Track listing

All music are composed by Randy Newman, except where noted.

  1. Main Title (score)
  2. Young Michael (score)
  3. First Day at MU (score)
  4. Dean Hardscrabble (score)
  5. Sulley (score)
  6. Scare Pig (score)
  7. Wasted Potential (score)
  8. Oozma Kappa (score)
  9. Stinging Glow Urchin (score)
  10. Field Trip (score)
  11. Rise and Shine (score)
  12. The Library (score)
  13. Roar - Axwell & Sebastian Ingrosso of Swedish House Mafia
  14. The Scare Games (score)
  15. Did You Do This? (score)
  16. Human World (score)
  17. The Big Scare (score)
  18. Goodbyes (score)
  19. Mike and Sulley (score)
  20. Monsters University (score)


  1. Walt Disney Records to Release Soundtracks for ‘The Lone Ranger’ and ‘Monsters University’
  2. [1]
  3. Blue Devils Press Release
  4. Blue Devils Staff Page
  5. Blue Devils

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