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1.  	Main Title (01:59) 2.  	Strange Neighbors (01:49) 3.  	Shrunk (05:37) 4.  	A New World (03:31) 5.  	Scorpion Attack (03:34) 6.  	Test Run (02:08) 7.  	Flying Szalinsky (01:59) 8.  	Night Time (05:04) 9.  	Watering The Grass (04:13) 10.  	Ant Rodeo (03:45) 11.  	The Machine Works (02:05) 12.  	Lawn Mower (05:45) 13.  	Eaten Alive (02:44) 14.  	Big Russ Volunteers (01:24) 15.  	Thanksgiving Dinner (05:27)


Orchestrations: Greig McRichie
Sound engineer: Shawn Murphy
Music editor: Jim Henrikson
Ethnic woodwinds: Incantation (Tony Hinignan, Mike Taylor)
French horn: James Thatcher
Synthetizers: Ian Underwood
Studio: Abbey Road Studio 1, London




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