We all love a good Disney classic and what makes them even more memorable and enjoyable is the super catchy soundtracks that will remain etched in our minds forever. 'Toy Story' was universally acclaimed on its release in 1995 and won an Academy Award in the 'Special Achievement' category, while soundtrack 'You've Got A Friend' in me recorded by Randy Newman was nominated in two Oscar categories and one Golden Globe category.
In a recent calculation of the digital sales of the tracks from the triple disc 'Now That's What I Call Disney!' album, the track came out on top with 1,627 downloads since it was release on November 19th 2012. In second place with 1,441 downloads was 'A Whole New World' from 1992's 'Aladdin' which was written by Alan Menken and Tim Rice and became a number one hit in the US charts the following year. 'Circle of Life' from 'The Lion King' which came out in 1994 was number three with 1,343 downloads, closely followed by 'The Jungle Book's 'The Bare Necessities' from 1967 with 1,340 and 'Under The Sea' from 1989's 'The Little Mermaid' with 1,244.