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APOCALYPTO
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  • 1.  	From The Forest (01:55) 2.  	Tapir Hunt (01:31) 3.  	The Storyteller's Dream (03:41) 4.  	Holcane Attack (09:28) 5.  	Captives (03:06) 6.  	Entering The City With A Future Foretold (06:05) 7.  	Sacrificial Procession (03:40) 8.  	Words Through The Sky And The Eclipse (05:11) 9.  	The Games And Escape (05:15) 10.  	An Elusive Quarry (02:15) 11.  	Frog Darts (02:45) 12.  	No Longer The Hunted (05:50) 13.  	Civilisations Brought By Sea (03:20) 14.  	To The Forest... (07:41)


  • Additional vocal: Terry Edwards
    Flutes: Tony Hinnigan, Jan Hendrickse, Robert A. White, Guo Yi
    Percussions: Gary Kettel, Frank Ricotti
    Synthesizer programming: Ian Underwood, Aaron Martin
    Sound engineer: Simon Rhodes
    Musical editor: Jim Henrikson, Dick Bernstein
    Studio: EMI Abbey Road Studios, Londres
    Music contractor: Isobel Griffiths
    Apocalypto is the second collaboration between the composer and vocalist Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, after The Four Feathers in 2002.

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