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The soundtrack to the animated film Frozen is about to reach Titanic level history when it comes to records.
Industry sources have predicted that the soundtrack will sell around 85,000 copies in the tracking week which will conclude on Sunday, February 23rd, Billboard reported.
That might be enough sales to once again have the Frozen soundtrack take the No. 1 spot on the Billboard top 200 charts.
Eric Church's The Outsiders will likely be coming in the second spot on the charts.
Titanic was on top of the charts for five weeks in 1998. The soundtrack was propelled forward with the help of Celine Dion and the single "My Heart Will Go On," which spent 16 weeks at the top of the charts.
Frozen will join Titanic if the soundtrack is another number one again this week. It would become only the fifth soundtrack in history to be at the top of the charts for over five weeks.
Idina Menzel will be performing the original song from Frozen "Let It Go" at the upcoming Academy Awards. "Let It Go" is nominated for best original song and Menzel is currently preparing for her performance, Hypable reported.