The new Club Penguin song Anchors Aweigh, by the Penguin Band, is now on iTunes for certain countries. Depending on your currency/country the price will range a little bit. Right now the song is out in the United Kingdom and all(?) of Europe. I can’t buy it myself since it isn’t available in my country yet, but people in countries such as Ireland or England can.
Links to purchase the song are at the bottom of the post. Remember, the song will not be out for Australia, Canada, or the United States until tomorrow on August 28th. The song will be available for purchase in Mexico and Latin America starting September 4th, in roughly another week. If Amazon has another promotion that can be used to get this song for free like they did when The Party Starts Now I will definitely post about it.
Remember, it is illegal to download (or upload so others can download it) this song for free because it is copyrighted. If you cannot purchase this song because you’re not allowed or do not have the money, I’m sure Club Penguin will upload the full version to their YouTube Channel in the near future in high quality when they release the accompanying video for the song. You’ll just then be able to listen to it there. That, or maybe it will be on Spotify just like The Party Starts Now is.
Now for a little history/factual information. Anchors Aweigh is Club Penguin’s second official song that you can download, the first one being The Party Starts Now. This song was released last month to go along with the Ultimate Jam party. The Party Starts Now has a music video, ringtone, and actual song available to purchase.
I’m sure Club Penguin has a third song in the pipeline – which mascot do you think will be singing it? Maybe a random song from Rookie? A song about Puffles from PH the Puffle Handler? A song about inventions by Gary? Or maybe I’m wrong, and Club Penguin is just having their musical mascots (just Cadence and the Penguin Band) sing. I’m sure we’ll know their plans at some point.
Here are all the links to purchase Anchors Aweigh: