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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | December 7, 2023 |

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  • 1.  	Our House (02:58) performed by Phantom Planet 2.  	Bridge to Nowhere (03:16) performed by The Like 3.  	Run (05:58) performed by Snow Patrol 4.  	Pure Morning (03:48) performed by Placebo 5.  	Oblivion (04:24) performed by Annetenna 6.  	Spreading Happiness All Around (02:03) 7.  	Kidnapping the Wrong Charlie (02:07) 8.  	Dolphins (02:44) 9.  	Pot Casserole (02:25) 10.  	Digging Montage (07:07) 11.  	Parental Rift - The Chumscrubber (03:19) 12.  	"Not Fun Anymore..." (03:28) 13.  	A Confluence of Familes (08:16) 14.  	The End (03:23)


  • Sound engineer: Simon Rhodes
    Musiciens: James Horner (piano), Georges Doering (guitar)
    Synthesizer programming: Ian Underwood, Randy Kerber
    Studio: Todd-AO Scoring Stage, Studio City
    Music contractor: Peter Rotter

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