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JAMES HORNER FILM MUSIC | August 21, 2017 |

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  • 1.  	Main Title (03:14) 2.  	Intruder (02:08) 3.  	Being Watched (05:42) 4.  	Leon's Death (03:01) 5.  	Drug Bust (03:06) 6.  	Bail Denied (02:26) 7.  	Pete's Passion (11:15) 8.  	End Credits (04:22)
     


  • Musicians: James Horner, Ralph Grierson, Mike Fischer, Judd Miller, Ian Underwood
    Sound Engineer: Shawn Murphy
    Music editor: Alex Gibson

     

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