The soundtrack for the animated adventure The Quest for Camelot -- the first animated feature produced by Warner Brothers since the Disney renaissance of the late '80s -- features 14 songs written by David Foster and Carole Bayer Sager. Like the film, the music is in the tradition of latter-day Disney masterpieces, combining big Broadway-bound showstoppers with adult contemporary ballads. And, like Disney, the songs are included in their original film versions, as sung by Bryan White and Andrea Corr, and in versions sung by such stars as Celine Dion, LeAnn Rimes and Steve Perry. Most of the songs aren't remarkable, but they're solid, well-constructed adult contemporary songs that become more memorable the more they're played. And if you wind up liking one of the songs, chances are you won't be disappointed by this soundtrack, even though the repetition of songs becomes frustrating after a while.
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AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine