Camp Rock 2 Soundtrack
Released  August 10, 2010
Format  CD
Previous  Camp Rock Soundtrack
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Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam (Soundtrack) is the official soundtrack of the film with the same name. The soundtrack was released on August 10, 2010, following four single releases.The soundtrack debuted at #3 on Billboard 200 album charts with over 41,000 copies was sold in the first week. Up to now, the soundtrack has sold over 400,000 copies in the United States.


According to Walt Disney Records, the following is the tracklist for the soundtrack of Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam.

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Brand New Day" Demi Lovato
2. "Fire" Matthew "Mdot" Finley
3. "Can't Back Down" Demi Lovato, Alyson Stoner and Anna Maria Perez de Tagle
4. "It's On" Demi Lovato, Matthew "Mdot" Finley, Meaghan Martin, Jordan Francis, Roshon Fegan and Alyson Stoner
5. "Wouldn't Change A Thing" Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas
6. "Heart and Soul" Jonas Brothers
7. "You're My Favorite Song" Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas
8. "Introducing Me" Nick Jonas
9. "Tear It Down" Matthew "Mdot" Finley and Meaghan Martin
10. "What We Came Here For" Demi Lovato, Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas, Alyson Stoner and Anna Maria Perez de Tagle
11. "This Is Our Song" Demi Lovato, Joe Jonas, Nick Jonas and Alyson Stoner
12. "Different Summers" Demi Lovato
13. "Walking In My Shoes" Matthew "Mdot" Finley and Meaghan Martin
14. "It's Not Too Late" Demi Lovato
15. "Rock Hard Or Go Home" Iron Weasel

International versions

Singer(s) Original title Song Language
Jullie feat. Joe Jonas "Wouldn't Change a Thing" "Eu Não Mudaria Nada Em Você" Portuguese
Demi Lovato feat. Stanfour "Wouldn't Change a Thing" English
Mia Rose feat. Joe Jonas "Nada Vou Mudar" Portuguese
Finley "Per la vita che verrà" Italian
Ewa Farna feat. Kuba Molęda "Nie zmieniajmy nic" Polish
Brigitta Némethy feat. Ádám Dando "És Ezt Érzem Így Van Jól" Hungarian
Miruna Oprea feat. Noni "Nu As Schimba Nimic" Romanian
Sita feat. Dean "Wouldn't Change a Thing" English
Atiye Deniz "İstemem Değişmesin" Turkish
Ewa Farna feat. Jan Bendig "Stejný cíl mám dál" Czech
Moroni Cruz, Lenora Hage, Carolina Calheiros & Bernardo Falcone "What We Came Here For" "O Que Viemos Fazer" Portuguese
André Cruz, Catarina Boto, Mariana Tavares, Márcio Costa & Solange Hilário "This is our song" "A nossa canção" Portuguese
Melocos "Nuestra Canción" Spanish
Shannon (Winner of My Camp Rock 2 UK) "Can't Back Down" "Can't Back Down" English
Léa Castel "N'abandonne Pas" French
Soraia Barros (Winner of My Camp Rock 2 Portugal) "You're My Favourite Song" "Tu Dás O Ritmo Ao Meu Coração" Portuguese
Lucia Gil "Tú Eres Mi Canción" Spanish
Blindflug "It's Not Too Late" "Es Ist Noch Nicht Zu Spät" German
Julia (Winner of the Polish My Camp Rock 2) "It's Not Too Late" English
Cheyenne & Mayleen (Winners of the Dutch/Belgian My Camp Rock) "It's Not Too Late" English
Noémie & Nicolas (Winners of the French My Camp Rock 2) "It's On" "It's On" French
Da Mouth "It's On" Mandarin
Ola Svensson, Mohamed Ali & Endre Nordvik "Fire" "Fire" English
Team Treble (Winners of My Camp Rock 2 Australia) "Brand New Day" English

Hindi versions

All the songs were Dubbed in Hindi for India. The movie with the songs premiered on October 15, 2010.

  1. "Introducing Me" ("Begaana kahi")
  2. "Fire"
  3. "Tear It Down" ("Hum hai number one")
  4. "This Is Our Song"
  5. "It's On"
  6. "What We Came Here For" ("Ban ke sitaare")
  7. "Brand New Day" ("Ban ke sitaare")
  8. "Can't Back Down" (Na Haar Manenge)
  9. "Heart and Soul" ("Rock and Roll")
  10. "You're My Favorite Song" ("Tum ho mere geet")
  11. Wouldn't Change a Thing" ("Tum, Mera jahan!")


  • "Can't Back Down" is the first single. On April 25, the song was released on Radio Disney, as well as a cut version of the movie scene on Disney Channel. However, Disney Channel Germany brought the full-length movie scene of the song to YouTube, but didn't show it on TV.
  • "It's On" is the second single. On May 16, the song was released on Radio Disney, as well as a music video featuring the rival camps competing in a dance-off on Disney Channel. The music video did not feature scenes from the movie unlike "Can't Back Down."
  • "Fire" is the third single. On June 25, the song was released on Radio Disney during a Take Over with Meaghan Martin and Matthew Finley.
  • "Wouldn't Change a Thing" is the fourth single. On July 11th, the song was leaked. Song premiered on Radio Disney on July 23rd.

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