There's an error or glitch on track 11 (first disc) around the 1:50 second mark. Also, others have noted, "I noticed these, too, when listening to the album last night on Amazon. I believe #1 and #3 are legitimate choices in order to showcase as much Alan Menken score as possible. I'll explain. The Esmeralda introductory music that's in the film (and in the "The World Outside" track on the Legacy album) differs from the version that's been on the "Topsy Turvy" track all these years on the original album. The one that's always been tacked on in front of "Topsy Turvy" is more robust and has a definitive ending whereas the film one is more pared down and trails off because it's meant to only be the few gypsies that are playing as Esmeralda dances. The Legacy producers probably decided to keep the soundtrack version in front of "Topsy Turvy" so it wouldn't be lost. Although I, personally, would've made it its own brief bonus track on disc 2 instead. As for the "Heaven's Light" reprise, I went back and compared the Legacy track ("Escape") to the same scene in the film. We're actually getting unused score in this track. My suspicion is that the scene originally played without the reprise and was just score, running a bit shorter. Then late in production, they decided to add the reprise and had to extend the scene to make it match. This explains why we have so many back-and-forth cutaways from Quasi to Esmy and Phoebus kissing. Some of those shots are late inserts. The commentary helps back up my theory because they mention that Tom Hulce's first version of the full "Heaven's Light" song was in a very high falsetto that they felt was too extreme, so they had him re-record it. The reprise you hear in the film I believe is taken from that first outtake of the full song. So the Legacy album producers were probably faced with, "Well, do we give them some never-before-heard Menken score or use the edit the film has?" I think they made the right call in giving us the original score, but like the issue with #1 above, they should've given us the complete falsetto "Heaven's Light" as a bonus track on disc 2. Another thing I noticed is they included the brief introduction to "Heaven's Light" that's always been on the soundtrack but never in the movie. Unlike the mess they did with (two versions of!) "Part of Your World" on The Little Mermaid's Legacy album, the segue from the score to the album track is more seamless on Hunchback. The "Cyclone" part of "And He Shall Smite the Wicked" is actually restored to the Legacy album which I was honestly shocked about. The snafu the Legacy album did was the track ends with Frollo chasing after Quasi and Esmeralda onto the balcony with his sword. Everything from him sneaking around the balcony all the way through to his death is completely missing on the album. In other words, the entire balcony climax. This issue is unforgiveable and has to be a slip-up in editing rather than a deliberate choice. This is what I believe happened: the producers decided to give the balcony climax its own track (which would explain why the "Wicked" track ends with reverb rather than being randomly cut off). But due to mislabeling, things got shifted around. On the Legacy album, the track labelled "Sanctuary!" isn't the sanctuary scene. It's the scene with Frollo crashing the court of miracles. Then you've got "And He Shall Smite the Wicked" which is the sanctuary scene and doesn't even include the part of the climax where that line is uttered. So I believe the intention was to be something like this: "Mine at Last" (2:19) "Sanctuary!" (8:02) "And He Shall Smite the Wicked" (1:47) And instead, the first track got labelled as the second, the second got labelled as the third, and the third track completely fell by the wayside. When I got to that error last night, it ruined my listening experience and had me steaming so much that I was only half paying attention to the bonus content that followed it. Disney needs to fix this pronto, and if the error made it onto the physical disc version, they need to offer an exchange program. And I, too, don't understand why we didn't get "As Long As There's a Moon." It's one of my favorite deleted Disney songs and, honestly, I like it even more than "In a Place of Miracles." I was really hoping we would get a clean version of "Moon" since I have a laserdisc rip that contains all the crazy sound effects of the gypsies trying to put up wedding decorations. One curious thing I noticed is that the demos we get of "Bells of Notre Dame" and "Hellfire" are actually the first versions with unused lyrics, but we don't get the later demos we got on the laserdisc that are closer to the film versions. Since we got multiple demos of the other songs, it's a little odd we didn't get multiples of those two. Also, "In a Place of Miracles" is the pure demo from start to finish and it doesn't have the recorded dialogue from Tom Hulce, Kevin Kline, and Paul Kandel that's on the laserdisc; it's Alan Menken saying those lines instead. In good news, though, in addition to the unused score during the Esmeralda and Phoebus kiss, we also get unused score during Quasi and Frollo's first scene together when they're reviewing the alphabet. There's more unused score during Phoebus' "She stood up for you!" scene with Quasi. And the opening "Bells of Notre Dame" includes the melodic bells you hear during the "Walt Disney Pictures Presents" title card (the soundtrack version only had silence in between the chorus and the big blast of music). The two inclusions from the German production are random. I love the German show, but that's already got a cast album. Either throw in that album as a disc three to this thing, or leave the two tracks off."