John Powell

How To Train Your Dragon 2 - Vinyl Soundtrack

€ 33,99 EUR

Release: July 14, 2023

Free shipping over €30

• 180 gram audiophile vinyl 

• Gatefold sleeve printed on heavy cardboard with leather laminate finish 

• Includes insert 

• Original Soundtrack by Academy Award-nominee John Powell (Solo: A Star Wars Story, Rio

• Features “Where No One Goes” by Jónsi (Sigur Rós) and “Into a Fantasy” by Alexander Rybak 

• Limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on flaming coloured vinyl



1. Dragon Racing 

2. Together We Map the World 

3. Hiccup the Chief / Drago's Coming 

4. Toothless Lost 

5. Should I Know You? 


1. Valka's Dragon Sanctuary 

2. Losing Mom / Meet the Good Alpha 

3. Meet Drago 

4. Stoick Finds Beauty 

5. Flying with Mother 


1. For the Dancing and the Dreaming 

2. Battle of the Bewilderbeast 

3. Hiccup Confronts Drago 

4. Stoick Saves Hiccup 

5. Stoick's Ship 


1. Alpha Comes to Berk 

2. Toothless Found 

3. Two New Alphas 

4. Where No One Goes (by Jónsi and John Powell) 

5. Into a Fantasy (by Alexander Rybak)

  • Release date: 14-07-2023
  • Composer: John Powell
  • Label: Music On Vinyl
  • Record size: 12"
  • Case type: Gatefold Sleeve
  • Movie genre: Action/Adventure/Fantasy
  • EAN: 8719262030961
  • Colour: Flame

How To Train Your Dragon 2 is the sequel to the massively successful 2010 animated feature film How To Train Your Dragon, and the second film in the trilogy by DreamWorks Animation. The story takes place five years after Hiccup and Toothless united the dragons and Vikings of Berk. While investigating a burnt forest, the pair discover a secret cave that houses hundreds of wild dragons and a mysterious Dragon Rider. The two find themselves at the center of a battle to protect the peace. 

Composer John Powell, who earned his first Academy Award-nomination for his music in the original How To Train Your Dragon movie, returned to score the sequel. It was conducted by Gavin Greenaway and recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London with a 120-piece orchestra, a 100-voice choir, and a wide array of ethnic instruments, including Celtic harp, uilleann pipes, tin whistle, bodhrán, and bagpipes. 

Sigur Rós-lead vocalist, Jónsi, who wrote and performed the song "Sticks and Stones" for the original movie, provided two new original songs for the sequel in collaboration with Powell. The track "Where No One Goes" that is featured on this release, is not only written, but also performed by Jónsi and Powell. Belarusian-Norwegian artist and Eurovision Song Contest winner Alexander Rybak, who voices Hiccup in Norwegian, also wrote and performs on the song "Into a Fantasy". 

How To Train Your Dragon 2 is available as a limited edition of 750 individually numbered copies on flaming coloured vinyl and includes an insert. 


• Free shipping over €30

• We ship to over 40 countries from our warehouse in the Netherlands.

• Our sturdy packaging is designed to ensure your vinyl arrives in pristine condition.

• If your order includes pre-order items, the entire order will be shipped on the latest pre-order release date. If you prefer not to wait, please place your orders separately.

• We ship most in-stock items within 2-5 working days.

frequently asked questions

What does 'pre-order' mean?

A pre-order product is a product which still needs to be produced. So, after your purchase, you won’t receive this product immediately. We strive to send these on the Release Date which you can find on the product page.

Keep in consideration that manufacturing processes can always turn out to be delayed so this Release Date, acts as a guideline.

I ordered a pre-order and an in-stock item. When will they ship?

If you place an order containing both pre-order and in-stock items, your entire order will be shipped on the latest pre-order date of any pre-ordered items. If you prefer not to wait, please place separate orders.

Pre-order items have an (expected) release date noted on the product page. We typically ship these items several days before their release date to ensure that you receive the record on—or as close as possible to—the release date.

The color of my vinyl differs from the image shown

Vinyl is a delicate material, and each pressing is unique. This means that some products may appear slightly different in person compared to their images on our website. We create mock-ups to provide the best possible representation of our products. Nevertheless, due to the distinctive pressing process of these items, we cannot guarantee they will look exactly the same as depicted. Color variations may occur, so please keep this in mind while shopping with us.

While your product might slightly differ from the picture on our website, it also means you possess a truly one-of-a-kind, very rare copy!

I have another question

Visit our complete FAQ or reach out via our contact form.